wnac was I C v c a ~ ~ u , - , -_ , ., ,the books given to Moses and Jesus a i d the prophets from their Lord, who ma no distinction between them." So we agree, Salarn Aleikum-peace be upon you
B. FRAMEWORK FOR PEACE AGREED TO AT CAMP DAVID, SEPTEMBER 1
Modern MENA Colonial Algeria 20 January and 1 February 2011 I. French Conquest and Local Resistance to It A. Chronological Overview, 1830-1871 1. The French conquest of Algiers, 1830 2. Abd el Kaders Resistance, 1835-1847 3. The Kabylie Insurrection, 1871
Modern MENA 13 January 2011 The Barbary Wars I. The Barbary Wars, 1801-1805 and 1814-1815 A. Defining the Issues: Were Corsairs pirates or privateers? B. US Goals in Barbary Wars 1. Explicit Goals a. To Free American Captives b. To Create Permanent Soluti
History 246 Spring 2011 Modern Middle East and North Africa Place: Day and Time: Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Email: Teaching Assistant: Office: Office Hours: Email: CIVL 1144 Tuesday/Thursday 10:30 am-11:45 am Professor Holden UNIV 127 Tuesday/Thurs
10 The Occupation under the Coalition Provisional Authority
intent to rule directly for a year. Office of Reconstruction and
It did so first under the Assistance (ORHA),
which was set up i
9 The Invasion of Iraq, 11 September 2001-1 May 2003
strongly believed that Saddam Hussein should be overthrown in order to protect American interests. The events of September
11th and President Bus
8 The Persian Gulf War and Sanctions, 1990-2002
On 2 August 1990, only two years after the end of the IranIraq War, Iraq invaded Kuwait with the intention of annexing this oil-rich country. Saddam Hussein ordered his troops to First, Hussein was
7 The Iran-Iraq War, 1980-1990
Saddam Hussein assumed the Baathist presidency in 1979, and within one year Iraq became embroiled in a cataclysmic conflict with neighboring Iran. In retrospect, the lead-up to the Iran-
Iraq war actually began when two very
6 Consolidating Baathist Power, 1968-1979
77 Iraqs Arab Baath Socialist Party organized a coup detat on 17 July 1968, replacing the government of Abd al-Rahman Arif. There are many factors that contributed to the Arif regimes downfall. The government, for
4 Ending the Old Regime, 1941-1958
Introduction The years between 1941 and 1958 are critical for
understanding the Coup of 1958 that would put an end to the Hashemite Monarchy. This period begins with a coup by Rashid
Ali al-Kaylani on 10 April 1941, one
3 The Hashemite Monarchy, 1932-1941
Introduction In Iraq, the Mandate system lasted began only in ten years. and the
discussions between British and Iraqi politicians led to the signing Through of this the Anglo-I
2 The British Mandate, 1920-1932
Introduction Though the Armistice was signed on 11 November 1918, the postwar fate of Iraq would not be decided until spring 1920. During World War I, the British occupied the Ottoman provinces of Basra, Baghdad and Mosul.
1 Ottoman Mesopotamia, 1903-1920
Introduction In the early-twentieth century, Iraq was not an independent state. Instead, the area of present-day Iraq consisted of three
provinces of the Ottoman Empire, and this imperial polity had ruled over them for nea
Modern MENA Participation Worksheet 20 January 2011 Short Answer: 1. What moment in timeand specific incidentis this chapter documenting?
2. How does the author want you to feel toward the French? Toward Algerians?
3. What are the three sources used by th
Women at a demonstration in Tehran after the revolution.
R andy Goodman
n e unique and striking feature of the Iranian revolution, from the very beginning, was the mass participation of women in the street mobilizations. Never before in the
THE ERA OF D ~ E N T E1969-1 979 ,
remain an isolated example of what can be accomplished when statesmen set out deliberately to break the chains of past ideas and animosities.
EXCERPT FROM SADAT'S SPEECH IN ISRAEL, NOVEMBER 20,1977
I have chosen to set a