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Marwan M. Obeidat
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Jan 31,2019
Sometimes, it can be difficult to live without realising that someone, or something, may not be able to succeed all the time without undergoing some kind of failure.
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Jan 17,2019
Many of us, in the upper administration level of various organisations, bodies and institutions of all types, often try to keep tension at work under the surface.
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Jan 03,2019
To be successful, in my view, is to be able to alert the thoughts, sentiments and feelings of other individuals around us. To be sure, one’s ability to involve oneself in one’s environment is a matter of success, vitally connected with self-confidence.
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Dec 20,2018
In almost all the dictionaries and encyclopedias that I know of, “corruption” is generally defined as the abuse and exploitation of the power that someone enjoys, whether given to him/her by legacy, schooling, social class, employment or anything else for that matter, for persona
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Dec 06,2018
Whether plural or individual, hypocrisy — the contraption of a fake facade of righteousness or virtuousness, hiding real personality, including, among other things, concealment, deceit or fraud, a practice of being involved in the same behaviour or activity for which an individua
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Nov 22,2018
One of the worst socio-psychological phenomena affecting our society these days is the rumour culture, a series of explanations of events circulating from one person to another, often pertaining to a central idea, incident or subject of public concern.
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Nov 08,2018
In the eyes of many around the globe, myself included, a two-state solution leading to an independent, sovereign Palestinian state on the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital and based on international law and relevant UN resolutions, is the only feasible solution tha
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Oct 25,2018
Western understanding of Arabic has, in part, suffered from the same stereotyping as its speakers have, and some Western Arabists look at it merely as a strange and unusual language emblematic of the Arab mentality, psychology, society, history, religion and ethos.
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Oct 11,2018
I have recently read Kelly J.
By Marwan M. Obeidat - Sep 27,2018
From the 1850s through the 1950s, nothing was more vital for the interpretation of the Arab-Muslim Middle East than the traveller was in the United States.



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