From The River to the Sea

historical map of Palestine - from the river to the sea

This map illustrates the diverse topography of Palestine from the river to the sea, stretching from the Mediterranean Sea in the west to the deserts in the east. Key geographical features such as the Jordan River, which flows into the Dead Sea, are prominently depicted. The hilly and mountainous regions are marked, showcasing the rugged terrain that has influenced the history and development of the area.

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EBC Group

EBC Financial Group: Bridging History and Modernity in Malaria Prevention

Malaria has long stood as a formidable challenge in global health, affecting millions worldwide for centuries. This disease has shaped historical health trends and socio-economic developments, particularly in tropical and subtropical regions. The involvement of corporate entities like EBC Financial Group in fighting this disease marks a modern chapter in the ongoing battle against malaria, demonstrating a commitment to corporate social responsibility that aligns with historical efforts.

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menj kena tangkap

Menj Kena Tangkap? Pukimak Kau!

There is this group of idiotic lowyat hnggghhh people who call themselves /k at Kopitiam LYN Forum who are obsessed with the idea of menj kena tangkap. The only reason for their abuse and vendetta towards menj youtube is simply because The Muslim Apologist has exposed these pukimak anak haram jadah for their lies, racism, xenophobia, and their hatred towards Islam and the Muslims in general.

So it should not be surprising that when news of menj kena tangkap appeared, these moronic fools and sons of dogs and pigs on the menj lowyat were celebrating and partying over the news that menj kena tangkap. Needless to mention, like the faceless cowards that these lowyat hnggghhh /k anjing pukimak are, they call menj in lowyat forum with all sorts of names and disgusting fitnah stories, knowing full well that The Muslim Apologist will not be able to answer them directly as menj lowyat member.

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a famosa malacca

Description of A Famosa and Its Demolition

Hikayat Abdullah


Now at this time, I had no other employment than that of constantly reading manuscripts or writing, this only; when shortly there came a rumour to Malacca that the English intended to destroy the fort, but none of the races of people inhabiting the town would believe that such could be done so easily, saying one to another, that the life of the Governor would not be long enough to finish such an undertaking. This was, in their opinion, owing to the strength, workmanship, and hardness of the stones, and its extraordinary position. And on account of these circumstances, such an event could not come home to their understandings, nor that the fort could be quickly knocked down. So many people went about saying, Now is the time coming for poor people to get rich in earning wages at the fort demolition. Another one would suggest that if they meddled with it many would die, for how many of the devil’s imps were inside of it! Again, half the people cried that it comes off the knowings of the English, this destroying the fort; for should it happen to fall into the hands of another power, it would be a long war to get it back owing to its great strength and the skill with it had been constructed.

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Malaysia in 1970

The Federation of Malaysia in a documentary film. Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia. The federal constitutional monarchy consists of 13 states and three federal territories, separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia (Malaysian Borneo).

Peninsular Malaysia shares a land and maritime border with Thailand and maritime borders with Singapore, Vietnam, and Indonesia. East Malaysia shares land and maritime borders with Brunei and Indonesia and a maritime border with the Philippines and Vietnam.

Kuala Lumpur is the national capital and largest city while Putrajaya is the seat of federal government.