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Let The Quran Speak - Br Shabir explains why the bodies and minds we have need to be kept healthy and clean. He analyzes Islamic resources that focus upon physical and mental conditions and why it is an important practice within the religion. Segment aired on October 11, 2008 on CTS
Get free access to more videos like this, plus 95+ audio mp3s, videos, PDFs and other Arabic resources here: https://www.arabicanywhere.com/p/free In this lesson, Sohail and Hani get practical. In this lesson we will teach you a phrase that can be used for many situations and is almost indispensable. This mini lesson is a part of our Tasali series, where we bring you small bite sized lessons on practical phrases in the Arabic language, so you are in the know-how of how to effectively use the language. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H5lVQY0XfE Visit our website: https://www.arabicanywhere.com/p/free LIKE us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QasidInstitute/ FOLLOW us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/qasidinstitute
Saudi TV host Nadine Al-Budair talked about the contradictions in Arab society regarding attitudes toward women, saying that men prevent women from stepping out of their homes out of fear for their wellbeing, but "violently rape, burn, and kill their women at home." Al-Budair, speaking on her Khalijiyya TV show on May 7, blamed the curricula and the religious establishment and culture for double standards toward women and said that "the situation of Arab women is in terrifying decline." Disclaimer: MEMRI TV is a non-partisan, independent research institute providing research, analysis and translation of primary materials covering a wide range of issues, including on terrorism and ideological trends in the middle east. These video clips are provided as a public service to an international...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraphtv/ Ten steps to happiness have been outlines in an attempt to improve our wellbeing. Buying a cup of coffee for a complete stranger is one of them. But does it help improve the mood?
Mental Health is "the emotional and spiritual resilience which enables us to enjoy life and survive pain, suffering and disappointment. It is a positive sense of wellbeing and an underlying belief in our and others dignity and worth. It is influenced by our experience and our genetic inheritance." (World Health Organisation) The Office of Student Well-being at AUC was organizing an important lecture regarding Mental Health called (Promoting Positivity: The Science of Well-being) by professor Ahmed Okasha as it was on Thursday May4th, 2017. About Prof. Ahmed Okasha Ahmed Okasha M.D., PhD, FRCP, FRCPsych, FACP(Hon.) is an Egyptian psychiatrist. He is a professor of psychiatry at Ain Shams University Faculty of Medicine, Cairo, Egypt. He wrote books and articles about psychiatry and mental...
Discussion: Measures of Rural Well-being Chair: Rima Habib, American University of Beirut François Ireton, keynote - Data production and use for the measurement of rural well-being and its analysis: exploratory considerations taking the Egyptian case as example. National Council for Scientific Research (CNRS), France. Nader Fergany, keynote - Authoritarian rule and knowledge in counterrevolutionary times in the Arab world: the case of human poverty in Egypt, with reference to rural/urban differentials. Almishkat Centre for Research, Egypt. Conference presentation "Measures and categories in the production of knowledge about rural transformation in the Arab World", at the American University of Beirut, September 18, 2016 . (http://www.athimar.org/Article-93)
Ala'a AlSallal of Jamalon, the Amazon of the Arab World, discusses at the World Economic Forum how he found a gap in the market for online sales of Arabic language books. AlSallal explains how he works to educate the market and connect with his customers, using cash on delivery to gain consumers' trust, and using social media and events to build a relationship with his customers. He's only 25 years old- when asked if he's ever been afraid to start up his company, he says, "The entrepreneur's life is all about joy and fear."
Product development and reformulation in response to the needs for improved nutrition, health and wellbeing requires a multi-disciplinary approach
The Arab Health Exhibition and Congress attracts a wide range of visitors across the spectrum of healthcare including: medical manufacturers, general practitioners, hospital doctors, hospital managers, hospital nursing staff, hospital technical managers, laboratory managers, physiotherapists, medical assistants and dealers and distributors. Each year, Arab Health becomes an even more international event, attracting healthcare and medical professionals from the region as well as from across the globe. In 2014, more than 93,000 visitors came from 151 countries, proving that Arab Health is truly where the healthcare world comes to do business. http://www.arabhealthonline.com/
Martine Durand (OECD) chairs the session on "Why Should Policy Makers Care about People's Wellbeing? Panellists: Ohood Al Roumi (Minister of State for Happiness, United Arab Emirates) Eva Christiansen (German Chancellery) Oliver Letwin (former UK Cabinet Minister) Vincent Aussilloux (France Stratégie) The conference "Subjective well-being over the life course: Evidence and policy implications" was held at the London School of Economics and Political Science on 12-13 December 2016 and was organised by OECD, CEPREMAP, What Works Centre for Wellbeing , and the CEP. Why should governments care about people's wellbeing? How would policy change if raising wellbeing was the objective? Supported by the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, this event was a landmark conference reporting the first res...
Dearborn, MI is the first emerging No-Go Zone in the United States for Christians and Jews. Islamic law or in Arabic Shariah Islamiyya, considers proselytizing any other faith besides Islam blasphemous and an offense to Allah. Dearborn has the largest percentage of Muslims per population than any other county in the United States at 46%. During the 2009 Dearborn Arab International Festival Christians began openly proselytizing resulting in arrests and escalating violence each and every year. 2009 - George Saieg was arrested for handing out Christian literature during the Arab International Festival. The Thomas More Law Center took his case and a court of law proved that his 1st Amendment rights were violated. That same year Christians David Wood, Nabeel Qureshi and their team were p...
Session (3): Public health and wellbeing Chair: Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Eltoum, Consultant Physician and Nephrologist, Fairfield General Hospital, Manchester – United Kingdom Rapporteur: Dr. Babikir Ismail, Consultant Histopathologist, Ashford & St Peter’s NHS Trust, London – United Kingdom The role of Diaspora and other partners in improving health and wellbeing from grassroots and sustainability perspectives Dr. Mayada Abu Affan Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council and Honorary Lecturer, University of Birmingham, Birmingham – United Kingdom Session (3): Public health and wellbeing 4th Diaspora International Conference TOGETHER THE WORLD IS BETTER Hilton London Canary Wharf London, United Kingdom Saturday 8th July 2017
Created by a small crew of University of Southern Queensland students, this television-style healthy eating program includes interviews with Toowoomba healthy eating and well being experts, and gathers information from the public about healthy eating habits. CREDITS Hosted by Karli Reisen Guests: * Elspeth Haswell-Smith from Food For Life * Jen Shaw, Barefoot Kitchens * Sherry McDowell, RAW As Toowoomba * Emily Plant and Georgia Butler, USQ Students Executive Producer: John Hetherington Producer: Luke Betts Director: Jacob Fagg Director's Assistant: Kelsey Revell Sound Recordist: Luke Betts Lighting Technician: Kelsey Revell Camera Operator: Will Wood Editor: Will Wood
The International Institute of Islamic Thought hosted a panel on American Muslim Youth on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, during the Winter Student Program. Dr. Nahid Kabir and Dr. Madiha Tahseen presented their research findings for students attending the Winter Student Program at IIIT as well as community members. The panel was titled, “American Muslim Youth: Challenges Surrounding Identity and Well-Being.” Dr. Nahid Afrose Kabir is an adjunct senior research fellow in the School of Education in the University of South Australia. She is also a Visiting Researcher at the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington DC, USA. She was a visiting fellow in the “Islam in the West” program at...
21 March 2014: The Legatum Institute hosted a livestreamed panel discussion to mark the launch of a report, 'Wellbeing and Policy', which aims to stimulate debate around if, and how, wellbeing analysis should influence government policy. The commissioners and authors of the report included Lord O'Donnell (former UK Cabinet Secretary & Chair of the commission), Angus Deaton (Princeton University), Martine Durand (OECD), David Halpern (Behavioural Insights) and Richard Layard (London School of Economics). Opening remarks provided by Graeme Leach, Director of Economics and Prosperity Studies (Legatum Institute). Further information www.li.com/wellbeing-policy
Professor Moiz Bakhiet Professor and Chairman, Department of Molecular Medicine, CMMS, Arabian Gulf University, Consultant Neurologist, King Abdulla Medical City and Director, Princess Al-Jawhara Center for Molecular Medicine, Genetics and Inherited Disorders, Manama – Bahrain Session (3): Public health and wellbeing 4th Diaspora International Conference TOGETHER THE WORLD IS BETTER Hilton London Canary Wharf London, United Kingdom Saturday 8th July 2017