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” Manhal Al-Habbobi looked straight into the eyes of his audience.
“Some say Christians should stay to maintain the historical presence, but it has become very difficult. “The Christians coming out of Iraq and Isis areas in the Middle East all say the same thing, there is no way they are ever going back.Here are some of the highlights (or lowlights) of the book: Honor and Sexual Conduct in the Arab World..most important connotation of honour in the Arab world is related to the sexual conduct of women.If a woman is immodest or brings shame on her family by her sexual conduct, she brings shame and dishonor on all kin.Iraq and Australia have enjoyed official diplomatic relations since the Australian government of Gough Whitlam recognised the Iraqi Republic in 1973.Contacts between Australia and Iraq however were much earlier, dating back to British Mandatory Iraq and the British Protectorate Kingdom of Iraq from 1935.With the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait starting the First Gulf War in August 1990, relations between the two countries became severely strained and diplomatic relations were severed in January 1991 with the withdrawal of Ambassador Peter Lloyd immediately prior to Operation Desert Storm.
Relations remained severed until the overthrow of the regime of Saddam Hussein and the establishment of the Australian Mission in Baghdad on , immediately following the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
I would call Iraq a socially-dysfunctional society, where the rules, mores and rituals of Arabic culture and Islamic tradition form a heady syncretism which seeks, keeps and binds Iraq's women.
If you follow the Iraqi blogosphere, there is a lack of illumination on women's issues.
The first three centuries of Abbasid rule were a golden age in which Baghdad and Samarra’ functioned as the cultural and commercial capitals of the Islamic world.
During this period, a distinctive style emerged and new techniques were developed that spread throughout the Muslim realm and greatly influenced Islamic art and architecture.
Under the Abbasids, the mosque developed a new character as an exclusively religious institution.