Arab spring 2010 2014 17 Syrian war starts in 2011 Tunisia Dec 2010 Jan 2011

Arab spring 2010 2014 17 syrian war starts in 2011

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16. Arab spring 2010-2014 17. Syrian war starts in 2011 Tunisia Dec 2010-Jan 2011: revolution in Tunisia, president Zine ben Ali Flees. Jan 2011: Tunisian style protests spread to Algeria, Yemen, Brahrain and especially to Egyoe Oct 2011: Rachid Ghannouchi;s islamist Ennahda party wins national elections. Egypt: 2011: Massive protests, Hosni Mubarak forced to resign 2012” Muslim brothers win elections and Salafist Nour party comes second. Muslim brotherhoods Libya 2011: Islamic movements helps by Nato, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates reach Tripoli, take over Libya and kill Qaddafi
Syria 2000-2010: Sporadic bombings around Syria by Islamic militants June 2011-2018: Syria war, more than 450,000 killed; 1.2 million wounded, 14 million displaced, 7 cities destroyed. Shift in 2018: 1) Arab traditionalist states (13 countries) Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Ira1 Final exam Only materials from midterm Status of Arab women Religion and Instrumentalization Urban structure of the Arab World - Seven leading women - Improvement in the status of women under Islam - Eight elements of the status of women in the 19 th century - Progress of Arab women in employment - Arab women struggle for freedom/emancipation - Three approaches to Arab studies (gender analysis) - Arab family, mother, father, extended family - Arab tribe and five Bedouin values - Arab village traditions motherhood, folk dance, folk religion - Arab rural- urban migration, urban revolution with rural roots according to Hanna Batatu. - Five characteristics of the Ara bcity and Arab countries that are almost city states (Kuwai, Dubai, Doha) - Traits of the neighborhood in the Arab city-Neighborhood divisions in Cairo, Beirut and Bagdad. - Monotheist religion in the Arab world and background on each one - Definitions: Maghran-mashreq religion, sect - Religious diversity In Iraq, Syria and Lebanon - Concepts of instrumentalization: three reasons for its use in Arab world
- Arab culture as a struggle between modernist and traditionalist - - -

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