ME Redbook Questions - CWS Honors The Middle East Red Book Assignment 55 Possible Points Due 13 December 2010 Name Maitri Pancholy Date 10 December 2010

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CWS Honors Due: 13 December 2010 The Middle East -- Red Book Assignment 55 Possible Points Name: Maitri Pancholy Date: 10 December 2010 Mod: 7 Directions : Read pages 70-83 (stop at Mediterranean Neighbors) in your red book. Be sure to read for context, as we will be using the information for future class material and discussions. Once you have thoroughly read the sections entitled The Sword of Islam and Israel and the Arabs , and The Persian Gulf War, and The Iraq War answer the following questions in paragraph form (#6 does not need to be in paragraph form). All responses are to be typed. 1. There are many different fundamentalist groups in the Middle East, with exceedingly different ideals and objectives. Please identify the basic ideals of the following groups: Muslim fundamentalists (generally speaking), Islamists, and the Taliban. Secondly, explain briefly some of the progress and problems Afghanistan has experienced from 2001 through present day. In general, Muslim fundamentalists believe in following the teachings of Islam in all aspects of life and being peaceful toward others. Islamists, on the other hand, tend to be more violent. They reject Western ideals and feel that the Islamic country of Palestine should replace Israel and the Jewish state.
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