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الخميس، 21 سبتمبر، 2017

موضوع عن الحرية بالانجليزي

موضوع عن الحرية بالانجليزي
حرية التعبير بالانجليزي
paragraph about freedom
paragraph about freedom of life
عبارات عن الحرية بالانجليزي
تعبير انجليزي حرية التعبير
موضوع عن الحرية بالانجليزي
حرية التعبير بالانجليزي
عبارات عن الحرية بالانجليزي
short essay about freedom
paragraph about freedom
paragraph about freedom of life
ترجمة اغنية freedom
what is freedom
 حرية التعبير بالانجليزي
برجراف عن الحريه
عبارات عن الحرية بالانجليزي
paragraph about freedom
short essay about freedom
ترجمة اغنية freedom
paragraph about freedom of life
short essay about freedom
what is freedom
presentation about freedom
ترجمة freedom
طلب تعبير عن الحريه
موضوع بالانجليزي عن الحرية

Freedom of expression
Freedom of expression is the right of the individual to make known the proceeds of his or her intellectual activity to those around him1.
It proceeds from the faculty of communicating between humans, which has long been regarded merely as a natural phenomenon conditioning social life, before being solemnly erected into individual freedom, now legally guaranteed but in reality rather narrowly framed.
International Standards
Given the declarative and universal nature of most proclamations relating to rights and freedoms, international society has become increasingly interested in the fact that recognition at its level constitutes a guarantee against changes and cyclical reversals depending on national contexts . Thus today the freedom to have convictions, especially religious beliefs, and to express them by making them known or practicing a cult, are proclaimed within the framework of organizations with a global as well as a regional vocation.
At the global level, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights enshrines them in Articles 18 and 1943. While these provisions do not have the binding force of the provisions of an international treaty, each of the 193 States which have acceded to the treaty, UN is deemed to accept them. In any event, they have been included in articles 18 and 1944 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 16 December 1966, an international treaty ratified by 168 of them.
At the regional level, while in Asia political and cultural differences have so far opposed the adoption of a general proclamation, other continents have seen in this process a means of marking the existence of a community of values, factor of unity.
In Europe freedom of religion and expression are both guaranteed by Articles 9 and 1046 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms which binds the 47 member states of the Council of Europe, and by Articles 10 and 1147 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union applicable to the 28 of them today grouped in the European Union.
In America, the same freedoms are proclaimed in Articles III and IV48 of the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, signed in Bogotá on April 30, 1948, within the framework of the Organization of American States.

In Africa, Articles 8 and 949 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights, adopted in Nairobi on 26 June 1981, guarantee freedom of religion and expression.

تعبير انجليزي عن بقرة تضع عجلا براسين

تعبير انجليزي عن بقرة تضع عجلا براسين
حالة نادرة.. بقرة تضع عجلا برأسين
بقره تضع عجلا برأسين متلاصقين فى رقبه واحده
 بقرة عجلاً برأسين ملتصقين
البعض يعتقد بأن هذا نعمة من الله والثاني يعتقد بأنه فأل شؤم.
 تعبير انجليزي حدث غريب
تعبير عن حادثة وقعت لك بالانجليزي
تعبير عن موقف حصل لك بالانجليزي
تعبير عن حادث بالانجليزي قصير
تعبير عن حوادث بالانجليزي قصير
تعبير عن حدث مهم في حياتك بالانجليزي
وصف حادث مروري قصير بالانجليزي
تعبير كتابي حادث شاهدته
تقرير عن حادث بالانجليزي
حدث غريب عجيب 
خبر غريب (قصة قصيرة)

تقرير عن حادث بالانجليزي


The animal is apparently healthy but it is "impossible to predict its future".

A cow recently gave birth to a calf with two heads near Fez, in the center of Morocco. The animal is apparently healthy.
The cow laid down on Monday 30 December, in the early morning, under normal conditions, in Sefrou, a town located on the first slopes of the Middle Atlas.
"The calf was baptized 'Sana saïda'" because it was born on a New Year's day, "said the owner of the animal. This mother of five children said she was" surprised " but assured "not to have been afraid", evoking "a work of god".

The end of year 2013 hosted a rare event in a village not far from Fez, in the center of Morocco. A cow has thus given birth to a calf with two heads, this Monday December 30. The animal is apparently healthy.

The cow laid down on Monday morning, under normal conditions, in Sefrou, a town located on the first slopes of the Middle Atlas. "The calf was baptized" Sana saïda "(" Happy New Year ") because she was born on a New Year's day," said the owner of the animal.The mother of five said she was "surprised" but assured "not to have been afraid", evoking "a work of god".
Impossible to predict the future of this calf

The animal appears healthy and building it among the olive trees has become the attraction of the region. The veterinarian of Sefrou, Mohammed Bakal, said it was "impossible to predict the future of this animal". "It is a congenital malformation but his diagnosis remains complicated to be confirmed in the absence of the adequate means," he added.

تعبير انجليزي عن بقعة عريقة من بقاع فلسطين

تعبير انجليزي عن بقعة عريقة من بقاع فلسطين
اين تقع قلقيلية
حديقة الحيوانات في قلقيلية اوقات الدوام
يافا
معرض الاشقر قلقيليه
حديقة الحيوانات في تل ابيب
حيفا
محل هاي فاشن قلقيلية
اسماء مدن فلسطين
 قرى ومدن محافظة طولكرم وقلقيليه -
المدن الفلسطينية.معلومات عن جميع المدن الفلسطينية
قلقيليه: كل شيء عن قلقيلية-
 تعبير انجليزي تاريخ فلسطين
موضوع عن فلسطين بالانجليزي قصير
عبارات عن فلسطين بالانجليزي
موضوع عن القدس بالانجليزي مترجم بالعربي
موضوع عن فلسطين قصير
موضوع عن فلسطين بشكل عام بالانجليزي
موضوع عن المسجد الاقصى بالانجليزي
كلام عن فلسطين بالانجليزي مترجم
موضوع عن فلسطين بالانجليزي قصير مترجم
 تعبير انجليزي عن مدينة فلسطينية
بحث عن فلسطين بالانجليزي
موضوع عن فلسطين قصير
كلمة القدس بالانجليزي
كلام عن القدس بالانجليزي
موضوع تعبير بالانجليزي عن المسجد الاقصى
موضوع عن فلسطين بشكل عام
palestine location
معنى كلمة jerusalem
بير انجليزي عن مدينة قلقيلية
اين تقع قلقيلية
موضوع عن السياحة بالانجليزي قصير
تعبير بالانجليزي عن فلسطين
موضوع عن فلسطين قصير
بحث عن فلسطين بالانجليزي
تعبير عن السياحة بالانجليزي قصير
تعبير انجليزي عن السياحه قصير

Qalqilya is a Palestinian city in the West Bank. Qalqilya is an agricultural town with a population of about 45,000 (recent estimate). Its altitude varies from 45 m to 125 m above sea level and its climate is Mediterranean (mean annual precipitation is 550 mm). Qalqilya is very close to the sea (12 km), against the green line (which is the border between Israel and the West Bank since 1949) and is located on the Tel-Aviv-Nablus road.
Today, Qalqilya is almost completely surrounded by the "separation wall".

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Qalqilya is located on a site occupied by man since prehistory. The city is attested in Roman times under the name of Kalkaliya. A proposed etymology would derive the name of Arabicqala'at (the fortress) + alaat '(high).
A local council was established in Qalqilya in 1909, at the end of the Ottoman period, and 1945 saw the creation of a municipal council.
In 1948, after the Arab defeat, the city saw the arrival of thousands of Palestinian refugees who settled in a part of the city (they are called "Kufre Saba and Arab Abu Kishek"). Qalqilya never saw the creation of a refugee camp because they were integrated into the city in exchange for UNRWA support. When the State of Israel was created, the Qalqilya municipality was amputated from all the lands on the other side of the 1949 armistice line.
Between 1949 and 1967, the city passed under Jordanian sovereignty. The farmers of the city regularly tried to cross the border to work their land annexed. To punish these infiltrations, the Israeli army attacked Qalqilya several times and destroyed many artesian wells.
Since the Six-Day War, the city has been occupied by Israel, like the rest of the West Bank.
After the Oslo Accords, the city came under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority (zone A).
Despite these agreements, and especially since the outbreak of the second intifada, the Israeli armed forces regularly enter Qalqilya, often on the grounds of arrests.
In 2003, Israel began building the "separation wall". The construction of the wall is now complete and surrounds almost completely Qalqilya. The route of the wall does not follow the 1967 frontier, it enters deep into the Palestinian territory, and now separates the district of Qalqilya from 50,000 dunums (1 dunum = 1,000 m2) of its cultivated land, 50 per cent of the total land in the district.
Economy
Until 1995, almost 80 per cent of Qalqilya's labor force worked in the agricultural sector for Israeli companies (e.a. in the construction sector). The remaining 20% ​​of the working population lived on trade between Israel and the occupied territories.
Since 2003, commercial activities have collapsed, following the construction of the wall which made Qalqilya very difficult to access. The conditions for access to farmland on the other side of the wall have become extremely difficult, if not impossible, for farmers in Qalqilya. Finally, no one in Qalqilya finds employment in Israel.

Since the parliamentary elections in January 2006, the European Union has stopped its funding to the Palestinian Authority. Many officials have not been paid since.

تعبير بالانجليزي عن بغداد

تعبير بالانجليزي عن بغداد
انشاء باللغة الانجليزية عن العراق
انشاء باللغة الانجليزية عن مدينة اربيل
انشاء عن مدينة بغداد
انشاء عن بغداد باللغة الانجليزية للصف الثاني متوسط
انشاء عن مدينة بغداد بالانجليزي للصف الثاني متوسط
انشاء عن العراق انكليزي للصف الاول متوسط
كلمة بغداد
كلمة بغداد بالانجليزي
تعبير انجليزي عن العراق انشاء عن حضارة العراق بالانجليزي
معلومات عن العراق بالانجليزي كيف تكتب العراق بالانجليزي
 كيف تكتب كلمة عراق بالانجليزي بغداد
 المتحف البغدادي Baghdadi Museum
نبذة عن بغداد بغداد عاصمة جمهورية العراق ، ومركز محافظة بغداد
انشاءات اللغة الانكليزية الصف الثاني متوسط
 تعبير بالانجليزي عن baghdad
انشاء باللغة الانجليزية عن العراق
انشاء باللغة الانجليزية عن مدينة اربيل
انشاء عن مدينة بغداد
انشاء عن بغداد باللغة الانجليزية للصف الثاني متوسط
انشاء عن مدينة بغداد بالانجليزي للصف الثاني متوسط
انشاء عن العراق انكليزي للصف الاول متوسط
انشاء عن العراق انكليزي مترجم
اختصار كلمة baghdad
الانجليزية للعراق الاول المتوسط الوحدة
أنشاءات اللغة الانكليزية للصف الاول متوسـط
انشاء للصف الاول المتوسط
ملزمة أنشاءات اللغة الانكليزية للصف الاول متوسـط English
 انشاء عن العراق انكليزي للصف الاول متوسط
انشاء عن العراق انكليزي مترجم
انشاء عن حضارة العراق بالانجليزي
انشاء عن العراق باللغة الانكليزية للصف الاول متوسط
انشاء عن العراق بالانجليزي مترجم
انشاءات انكليزي اول متوسط
انشاء عن العراق العظيم
انشاء عن العراق بالانجليزي للصف الثالث متوسط
انشاء باللغة الانجليزية عن بغداد
 انشاء عن بغداد باللغة الانجليزية للصف الثاني متوسط
انكليزي للصف الثاني متوسط الوحدة الخامسة
انشاء انكليزي للصف الثاني متوسط يونت 5
انكليزي للصف الثاني متوسط 2015
انكليزي للصف الثاني متوسط العراق
انشاء انكليزي للصف الاول متوسط
انشاء انكليزي للصف الثالث متوسط
انكليزي للصف الثاني متوسط يونت 1

انشاء انكليزي للصف الثاني متوسط الوحدة السابعة

Baghdad or Baghdad is the capital of Iraq and the province of Baghdad. It is located in the center-east of the country and is crossed by the Tigris. Its inhabitants are called Baghdadis.
With an urban area comprising a population estimated at 7 million, it is the largest city in Iraq and the second most populous city in the Arab world and the Middle East. It is a crossroads of air, road and rail communications of great strategic importance to this country.
The origins of the present town go back to at least the 8th century, probably with the presence of several small homes of pre-Islamic period. It was the capital of the Abbasid Empire from the eighth century and a center of culture and knowledge very important for centuries, until the middle of the thirteenth century. Since 2003, Baghdad has been the center of a violent conflict due to the Iraq war. It has become a city of fortified enclaves governed by Iraqi army soldiers, federal police officers, local police officers and private security agents.
Capital of Iraq and its largest city, Baghdad is a crossroads of air, road and rail communications of the most strategic for the country. It is also the second most populous city in the Arab World and the Middle East, with an estimated population of 7 million. Etymologically, the name of the city "Baghdad" would be a Persian compound name which means "Gift of God" (Bhagal ("God") + dad ("to give"). Al Mansour, even though it is quoted in the Talmud, 2 centuries earlier, which suggests that it is much older, Baghdad plays the role of one of the capitals of Islam and will remain so until half from the 13th century, the city was round four kilometers in diameter and had four gates: Bab Echam, Bab Khorassane, Bab Bassora and Bab Al Koufa, all protected by a 20 meter wide ditch and a double circular enclosure, and in the center, the mosque, the palace and the barracks, and the city soon grew larger and thus lost its original round shape, a remarkable element in Baghdad, the green dome measuring 48.36 meters , built on the palace, dominating the city, and which made the glory of Baghdad. He would have collapsed in 941, struck by lightning. In the Middle Ages, European travelers confused Baghdad with Babylon. If you visit the city today, here are the must-see monuments: - Al Mustansiriya College; - The hands of Victory; - The Mirjan Mosque; - The Abbasid Palace; - The Great Saddam Mosque or Al Rahman Mosque.
Sights and attractions Baghdad
Baghdad is in the Middle East. It is the capital of Iraq and the province that bears its name. It is established on the tiger. This city in the western center of the country is one of the largest cities of the Arab countries. It enjoys a privileged location, as it is a major transportation hub. It is one of the hottest cities in the world with a temperature that can rise to 45 ° C in summer. But there are times when the temperature can fall below 0 ° C. The Great Saddam Mosque or Al-Rahman Mosque is one of the great architectural buildings of the city. There is also the Abbasid Palace.
Monuments and places
• Abbasid palace (twelfth century)
• Abu Hanifa Mosque
• al-Mustansiriyah University (13th century)
• Khan Mirjan is a brick building built in 1359 by the governor of Baghdad, Amin ud-Din Mirjan. It was designed to serve as a caravanserai, whose income would go to the foundation (Waqf) created for the maintenance of Madrasa Mirjaniyya, as the inscription above the front door recalls. The building of 31.5 ms 45 has two floors arranged around a central space, whose vaults rise to 14.5 m. In the 1990s, the Iraqi government transformed it into a restaurant.
• Madrassa Mirjaniyya

• Mausoleum of Zumurrud Kathun, located in Karkh, dates from 1202. It was built to house the remains of the widow of the Abbasid Caliph Al-Mustadhi. It is sometimes confused with the tomb of Zubayda, the wife of the caliph Harun ar-Rashid. A conical dome dehorned by muqarnas (stalactites), surmounts an octagonal base.
• Mosque al-Rahman ("the Merciful One"). Link Googel Map 33 ° 18 '37.79 "N 44 ° 20' 55.39" E [archive], whose construction started under Saddam Hussein and which has never been completed.
• Le Corbusier Gymnasium (20th century) 34
• Al-Shaab Stadium (20th century)
• Monument al-Shaheed (Monument to the Martyrs of the Iran-Iraq War, 20th century)
• Hands of Victory (20th century)
• National Museum of Iraq (20th century)

• Baghdad Zoo. Opened in 1971 under Ahmad Hassan al-Bakr, it is the largest zoo in the Middle East35, covering an area of ​​81 ha. It now houses about 1,070 animals.

تعبير بالانجليزي عن التعليم عن بعد

سلبيات وايجابيات التعليم عن بعد. التعليم عن بعد (Distance Learning ):
مميزات التعلم عن بعد التعليم عن بُعد التعليم
مزايا وعيوب التعليم عن بعد
التعليم عن بعد بين الرفض والقبول
مشاكل وسلبيات التعليم عن بعد
 مزايا وعيوب التعليم عن بعد مشاكل وسلبيات التعليم
عن بعد معوقات التعليم عن بعد مزايا التعليم عن
 بعد متطلبات التعليم عن بعد اهمية التعليم عن بعد تعبير ع
 ايجابيات سلبيات التعليم عن بعد
معوقات التعليم عن بعد
اهمية التعليم عن بعد
ايجابيات وسلبيات التعليم التقليدي
عيوب التعليم الالكتروني
متطلبات التعليم عن بعد
مميزات التعليم عن بعد جامعة الملك عبدالعزيز
اهداف التعليم عن بعد
مزايا و عيوب التعليم عن بعد
Definitions of E-learning | التعلم الالكتروني والتعليم عن بعد
information about english study | دراسة اللغة الإنجليزية عن بعد
برجراف عن التعليم الخاص بالانجليزي
تعبير بالانجليزي عن التعليم عن بعد
برجراف عن التعليم باللغه الانجليزيه
برجراف عن التعليم عن بعد بالانجليزي
بحث عن e-learning بالانجليزي
بحث عن التعليم الالكتروني بالانجليزي
موضوع عن التعليم الالكتروني
تعبير عن التعليم الالكتروني بالانجليزي
مزايا وعيوب التعليم عن بعد بالانجليزي
الفرق بين التعليم التقليدي والتعليم عن بعد

برجراف عن التعليم باللغه الانجليزيه
بحث عن التعليم الالكتروني بالانجليزي
موضوع عن التعليم الالكتروني
برجراف عن التعليم عن بعد بالانجليزي
تعبير عن التعليم عن بعد بالانجليزي
تعبير عن التعليم الالكتروني بالانجليزي
paragraph about distance learning
الفرق بين التعلم والتعليم الالكتروني
 بحث عن التعليم الالكتروني بالانجليزي
paragraph about distance learning
انواع التعليم الالكتروني
التعليم الإلكتروني
التعلم الالكتروني فوائده ومعيقاته
وسائل التعليم الالكتروني
تعبير عن التعليم الالكتروني بالانجليزي
بحث عن e-learning بالانجليزي
paragraph about distance learning
برجراف عن التعليم عن بعد بالانجليزي
تعبير عن التعليم عن بعد بالانجليزي
برجراف عن التعليم باللغه الانجليزيه
موضوع عن التعليم الالكتروني
بحث عن التعليم الالكتروني
مفهوم التعليم الالكتروني

مزايا وعيوب التعليم عن بعد بالانجليزي

Distance education, distance education, which includes open and / or distance learning (FOAD), refers to all distance learning devices, such as correspondence courses, MOOC or online training. It applies to both continuing education and initial training, both individually and collectively. These courses increasingly use the digital tools and the means of the Internet.
If distance training can respond to situations of remoteness with the desired training, it can also be put forward for situations of disability, training not requiring practical work, unavailability for the person wishing to follow a training, financial constraints, etc. It may concern both pupils, students, persons in periods of inactivity and persons in periods of activity.
Remote formations can be characterized by their flexibility which makes it possible to designate them as "open", in the sense that they do not require any prerequisites other than technical1. The learner can then independently manage the time spent on learning and can choose to enter or leave a device freely. In addition, training is "open" to the extent that it is readily accessible materially. Finally, "open", "flexible" training is meant to be accessible to the greatest number of people, and to anyone who wishes to take part in training, contrary to the lessons learned in a normative academic curriculum.
Tutoring, apprenticeships and traditional classroom sessions can be associated. There are remote tutorials.

Training by correspondence
In correspondence courses, the person must have a mailing address to receive training materials (DVD, books, software) in order to return his / her work for correction using a courier service. The formation is then carried out asynchronously. Sometimes, the student can also study on a dedicated e-learning space. In France, distance training is available through private organizations (European Training Center, Educatel ...), universities on certain diplomas or the French National Center for Distance Learning (CNED), a French public institution specializing in teaching by correspondence.
Online formation
This type of teaching is recent (appeared in the 1990s). It has been allowed by the advances in computing associated with those of telecommunication means (telephony, videoconferencing, Internet and e-mail, discussion forum, instant messaging ...) 2.
Online training allows teachers to send documents to students simultaneously, regardless of distance. Students can download or view various media on-line. The course can offer greater interactivity, allowing students to have live conversations to ask questions or answer questions. Distance learning is therefore a new way to increase student participation and understanding.
Beyond a greater flexibility in the timetable, online training allows a broad appropriation of university time. The fact of benefiting from more innovative and less educational teaching tools allows a learning more personalized and adapted to the needs of each one. On-line training therefore contributes to the decompartmentalization of knowledge and the flexibility demanded today by students who wish, in parallel with their studies, to acquire professional experience through internships in companies.
This requires the use and often the possession of a way to connect to the Internet but allows real-time access to many content depending on the technologies used on the educational platform. Distance education organizations often offer access to videos and offer live devices (chat, voip, videoconferencing) according to a well-defined time slot.
Small face-to-face training
Reduced distance training is done with the majority of distance learning. There is considerable flexibility in the management of learning times: the learner chooses the moments he devotes to training. This is an appropriate formula for employees returning to school, for example: the premises of the training center are used only occasionally, and the rest of the training is done via the Internet, which ease with these tools as well as a great autonomy in the work.
Some risks are inherent in this type of modality where the dominant paradigm is self-training: feeling isolated, discouraged, dropped out and abandoned. Shoring strategies can limit these risks. These include creating a community of learners via an ENT or organizing tutoring:
• Tutoring can take synchronous forms (telephone, videoconferencing, virtual classroom, chat) or asynchronous (mail, discussion forum, virtual office).
• Organizing a community of learners may also limit the risk of dropping out. The community can find itself on an ENT dedicated to learning and trigger phenomena of emulation, stimulation, networking, etc.
• Lastly, some meetings can have several advantages: to energize the community, to insist on essential or difficult points of the course, to check the learning by putting in place concrete situations, tutorials, etc.
The pros and cons
This mode of learning can be a disadvantage or advantage depending on the personality and maturity, autonomy, and sociability of the learner apart from factors related to the budget, the distance and the timetable of the learner, this.
Benefits (for organization and participant)
• Pragmatic approach to training topics;
• Exchanges of experience;
• Set-up of the program à la carte;
• No disturbance due to lack of staff.