In my opinion, the grandfather is not a greedy man. Life , progress and great achievements are built on the shoulders of such tough men. If you have a contradictory opinion log in and write it !

The Gift of Magi

1.     How much has Della put aside for mont hs?

a. one dollar & eighty cents.                 b. hundred and eighty seven cents.

c. two dollars                                        d. eight seven cents

 

2.     Why did Della put her money aside?

a. to buy a gift for herself                     b. to buy a gift for her spouse.

c. to buy gift for newborn children      d .to live happily with her husband

 

3.     Where does Della live?

a. in a big nice house                           b. in a furnished small room

c. whit her parents                              d. in a small nice house

 

4.     How much has Mr. James Dillingham Young been paid when his name was placed near the front door?

a. $1.87 a week                                   b. a dollar a week

c. 20 dollars a week                            d. 30 dollars a week

 

5.     The James Dillingham Young were proud of two things. What are they?

a. the watch & the combs                    b. the watch & the chain   

c. the watch & the chain                     d. the watch and Della’s hair

 

6.     From where did Jim have his golden watch?

a. he inherited it                                b. he sold it to get the money to buy the combs

c. his mother gave it to him              d. he bought it

 

7.     What’s the colour of Della’s hair?

          a. pretty black                    b. brown                  c. yellow               d. white

 

8.     What does Della look like?

a. she is quite fat                                b. she is quite thin     

c. she is an ugly                                 d. she is a normal woman  

 

9.      Who are the Magi?

a. they are wise men                         b. they are wise women

c. they are normal people                 d. they are wise children

 

10. Who has bought Della’s hair?

a. Mr. Sofronie             b. Mrs. Sofronie           c. Miss. Sofronie

d. all the above options are correct.

 

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The feathertop

1.     The character Feathertop is …

a. a young boy           b. a scarecrow     c. Mother Rigby            d. an important man

 

2.     This story begins in which season?

a. Winter                    b. Spring              c. Summer                    d. Autumn

    

3.     Feathertop gets his name from…

a. the feather in his hat                               b. his hairstyle that looks like a bird 

c. his father’s name                                  d. how good he is at scaring birds

 

4.     What happens after Feathertop smashes his pipe?

a. He buys a new one                               b. He falls in love with Mother Rigby

c. He is not longer a man                        d. He leaves Mother Rigby’s house

 

5.     Mother Rigby has “strange powers”. In the story, they call her a …

a. magician          b. queen  

                 c. doctor                  d. witch

 

6.     Why is Feathertop’s pipe important?

a. Smoking gives him life                         b. He loves to smoke

c. The pipe is Mother Rigby’s                  d. It keeps the birds away

 

7.     Why does Mother Rigby give Feathertop money?

a.To buy bread                                           b. To marry the girl he likes

c. To be important, like other men            d. To give to the little boy

 

8.     Why does Mother Rigby want to make “something that looks like a man”?

   a. To scare the birds away from her corn           

    b. To not be so lonely

    c. To show off at the village fair                      

   d. To confuse her neighbours

 

9.     Mother Rigby makes a scarecrow from an object, her magic…

a. feather                   b. pipe             c. pumpkin            d. broomstick

 

10.       What makes Feathertop realize that he can’t pretend to be something he is not?

a. He falls in love                                             b. A shopkeeper gives him a job

c. A little boy says Feathertop’s face is a pumpkin

         d. Mother Rigby creates a magic spell.

 

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A handful of Dates    By  El-Teib Saleh

 

1-     The main character in “ A handful of dates” is

a-      the dates sellers.

b-     the dates buyers.

c-     the boy.

d-     the grandfather

 

2-     A typical setting for “ A handful of Dates” is

a-      Sothern Sudan.

b-     Western Sudan.

c-     Eastern Sudan.

d-     Northern Sudan.

   

3-     Unlike the other boys of the village, the boy loves to go to mosque for learning because he

a-      feels bored at home.

b-     quick in keeping Koran by heart.

c-     the mosque is close to his home.

d-     he loves his teacher.

       

4-     The main theme of the story can be

a-  greediness.

c- cooperation.

b-solidarity.

c-curiosity.

 

5-     At the end of the story “ A handful of Dates” the boy’s feeling towards his grandfather has

a-      become stronger.

b-     remained the same.

c-     changed dramatically.

d-     become weaker.

 

6-     “ A handful of Dates “ was written by

a-      Al-Teib Saleh.

b-     Najeeb Mahfooz.

c-     W. Shakespeare.

d-      A boy.

 

7-     “Masood” is represented in  “A handful of Dates” as

a-      a cruel person.

b-     a victim.

c-     a hero.

d-     a greedy man.

 

8-     “The boy put his finger into his throat and spewed up the dates” because

a-      he did not like dates.

b-     he had stomachache.

c-     he hated his grandfather’s greediness.

d-     He hated Masood.

 

     9-“ Don’t cut the heart of the palm”. The statement above reveals      

      a- Masood’s ignorance of language use.

      b- Masood’s attachment to palm tress.

      c- Masood’s greediness.

      d- Masood’s feeling towards the grandfather

 

   10 The grandfather thinks that women are 

            a- Blissful.

      b- Sources of happiness 

  c- drivers of poverty  d- dear friends.       

 

 

 

 

 

 

151 Responses to “In my opinion, the grandfather is not a greedy man. Life , progress and great achievements are built on the shoulders of such tough men. If you have a contradictory opinion log in and write it !”

  1. razan kamal osman Says:

    IT 1.b 2.b 3.b 4.c 5.c 6.a 7.b 8.c 9.b 10.c g.2one razan kamal osman

  2. Gloria Andrew Says:

    The Gift of Magi
    (1,b-2,b-3,b-4,a-5,d-6,a-7,b-8,b-9,a-10,c)
    Ahandful of dates byel-TeibSaleh.
    (1,c-2,d-3,b-4,a-5,c-6,a-7,b-8,c-9,b-10,c) gloria andrew groub 3 IT

  3. sahar ahmed Says:

    1-the gift of magi
    (1-a,2-c,3-a,4-b,5-a,6-d,7-b,8-b,9-c,10-d)

    ahandful of dates byel-teibsaleh

    (1-b,2-c,3-c,4-a,5-b,6-a,7-c,8-a,9-b,10-a)

  4. suha Says:

    (1-b.2-d.3-a.4-c.5-c.6-b.7-c.8-a.9-b.10-b)

  5. ahmed salah el din ahmed(MD) Says:

    (2)
    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/c
    5/d
    6/a
    7/b
    8/c
    9/d
    10/c

  6. Salwa hurry Says:

    (A)(nursing)
    1-a, 2-c , 3-a, 4-b 5-c ,6-c , 7- d ,8- c ,9- c ,10-d
    (B)
    1-A 2-B 3-C 4-a 5- d 6- c 7-b 8- a 9-c 10-c

  7. hadia mohammed(nursing) Says:

    1-a,2-c,3-b,4-a,5-c,6-a, 7-b,8-d ,9-a ,10-b
    (A)
    (B)
    1-a,2-c,3-d 4-b,5-a,6-a,7-b,8-c,9-b,10-c

  8. wegdan awad(nursing Says:

    (A)

    1-a 2-c 3-b 4-c 5-b 6-a 7-a 8-c 9-c 10 a
    B
    a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/c
    5/d
    6/a
    7/b
    8/c
    9/d
    10/c

  9. abeer alamin(MIS) Says:

    I live the distict of khartoum alklakla. I suffer alot from pollution . Please donot pollute our neighourhood. klakla is swims in stagnant water ,anamial waste ,and hills of foot from bags .the city has been suffering from pollution in the a misplaced plastic factory.

  10. razan kamal osman Says:

    Razan kamal osman
    Mis First year
    I live in Omdurman – Althawra Alkhamsa .in our aria there is a lot of gabage is burying alhara . every body who don’t have sanitation in his house dropped the polluted water in the street , also the dust and the dirt from houses are kept in the street until the hygiene car come and take the dirt and waste . some times the car doesn’t come and the dirt is burying the place
    Medical Terminology

  11. alla mohamed _mls Says:

    1/a 2/b 3/d 4/b 5/d 6 /d 7/c 8/b 9/a 10/c

  12. kowther_nursing_group2 Says:

    1/a 2/b 3/c 4/c 5/d 6/a 7/b 8/c 9/d 10/c

  13. abeer musa(nursing) Says:

    1.a
    2.b
    3.c
    4.b
    5.d
    6.d
    7.d
    8.b
    9.a
    10.d

  14. nistiha mohamed(mls) Says:

    1.a
    2.b
    3.c
    4.b
    5.d
    6.d
    7.d
    8.b
    9.a
    10.d

  15. nastexa (mls) Says:

    1.a
    2.b
    3.d
    4.b
    5.a
    6.d
    7.a
    8.b
    9.a
    10.d

  16. malaz(mls) Says:

    1.a
    2.b
    3.d
    4.b
    5.a
    6.d
    7.a
    8.b
    9.a
    10.d

  17. nastexa(mls) Says:

    1.a
    2.b
    3.d
    4.b
    5.a
    6.d
    7.a
    8.b
    9.a
    10.b

  18. malaz(mls) Says:

    .a
    2.b
    3.d
    4.b
    5.a
    6.d
    7.a
    8.b
    9.a
    10.a

  19. abeer alamin(MIS) Says:

    I live the distinct of Khartoum alklakla. I suffer allot from pollution. Please don’t pollute our neighborhood. Kalka is swims in stagnant water, animal waste, and hills of foot from bags .the city has been suffering from pollution in the a misplaced plastic factory .The pollute in our aria its not to match because there isn’t allot of factories.

  20. malaz group2 mls Says:

    1.a
    2.b
    3.d
    4.b
    5.a
    6.d
    7.a
    8.b
    9.a
    10.b

  21. raniea sallah mis tearm 1 Says:

    ilive in omdorman ,ombadah the pullation in my city is found for any plaese . ovre flows and run off from farms and city streats close thousands of mile and Air pollution Air a foom the factory around area . plesae and the page for any please

  22. sajid El-naeem mohamed ali Says:

    I live in bahri, In my cities the place is full of pollution that affects health such as stagnant water caused by factories. We do not work hard to Stop pollution of our environment

  23. Gloria Andrew Says:

    Gloria Andrew(MIS) I live in Gabrha … my area is very clean , their isn’t garbage because we clean it every week , the air in Gabrha is so clear . It isn’t polluted . We do not have many streets so this reduces the large number of cars that pollute the AGOA carbon dioxide. I hope from health care staff to clean all localities and states Sudan clean and free from toxic pollution EGWA .to live in a healthy environment.

  24. abeer musa(nursing) Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/b
    5/d
    6/d
    7/d
    8/b
    9/a
    10/a

  25. tayseer abdalgalil(mis) Says:

    we have pollution in the area of gabrha is not ver clear. people we have awareness of the importance of hygiene and the harmful effects of pollution and diseases caused by .and the streets within the gabrha is not place for dirt. and dirt car comes in twice a week to take dirt . there are no factories near the gabrha to be cause of pollution . but the streets are not clean and clear in order to fight the dirt , pollution and disease. and show the city beautiful and upgrade the city’s.

  26. yatalaki (mis )G2 Says:

    I live in city house in the south of Khartoum, which accumulated a lot of people ….a fact known to be harmful to public and individual health

  27. agaw kuthia de mabior Says:

    I am resident alhaj yusuf -alrdmia porpoption of contamination is not high because of the lack of factory or home alaoesh vinql by adirt -haj yusuf would not talk in general ,dut the district were ilive

  28. eman awad hassan Says:

    1-a
    2-b
    3-d
    4-c
    5-d
    6-d
    7-a
    8-b
    9-d
    10-b

  29. marwa idris medicine Says:

    1-a
    2-b
    3-d
    4-d
    5-d
    6-d
    7-a
    8-b
    9-d
    10-b

  30. yata (mis )G2 Says:

    I live in city housing in the south of Khartoum that there are no Ilut only a few remnants of the cars passing
    Nlk and dust resulting from the desert of Dar es Salaam, which left the former Mount Saknehaaly parents because of the planning year

  31. yata (mis )G2 Says:

    I live in city housing in the south of Khartoum that there are no Ilut only a few remnants of the cars passing
    Nlk and dust resulting from the desert of Dar es Salaam, which left the former Mount Saknehaaly parents because of the planning year.

  32. sheema-mls Says:

    1-a 2-c 3-b 4-c 5-b 6-a 7-a 8-c 9-c 10-a

    1-a 2-b 3-c 4-c 5-d 6-a 7-b 8-c 9-d 10-c

  33. Asma Mohamed Says:

    G2
    asma Mohmed
    MLS
    35.NO
    36.NO
    37.YES
    38.YES
    39.NOT given
    40.yes

  34. Modawi Abd Alazeem Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/c
    5/d
    6/a
    7/b
    8/c
    9/d
    10/c

  35. namarig margani Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/c
    5/d
    6/a
    7/b
    8/c
    9/d
    10/c

  36. Modawi Abd Alazeem Says:

    35/no
    36/no
    37/not given
    38/yes
    39/yes

  37. ahmed salah ahmed (MD) G 2 Says:

    35/no
    36/yes
    37/not given
    38/yes
    39/not given
    40/no

  38. namarig mergani (nursing) G 2 Says:

    35/no
    36/yes
    37/not given
    38/no
    39/yes
    40/notgiven

  39. namarig mergani (nursing) G 2 Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/a
    5/d
    6/c
    7/b
    8/a
    9/d
    10/a

  40. ayat bashier g2 (nursing) Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/a
    5/d
    6/b
    7/d
    8/a
    9/c
    10/d

  41. agaw kuthia de mabior Says:

    I live in Al haj yusuf -alrdmia There are many sources of contamination. However, itis not very high because of the lack of factories. Talking generally, Haj yusuf is not a dirty place ….but the distrivt where we live is an ideal example for polluted areas.

  42. makki esmail makki Says:

    I in live Omdurman A mrbeat. There is a high percentage of pollution in the
    neighborhood but the Ministry of heath did not raise any interest in spite of the complaints repeatedly raised by the people of Al-Murabat.

  43. somia basheir Says:

    1-no

    2-no

    3-yes

    4-no

    5-yes

    6-yes

  44. sara taha Says:

    sara taha
    1.NO
    2.YES
    3.yES
    4.nO
    5.No given
    6.Yes

  45. hajer almamoun Says:

    hajer almamoun
    1.no
    2.yes
    3.yes
    4.no
    5.no given
    6.yes

  46. alaa mohamed-group2-mls Says:

    35/no
    36/not given
    37/no
    38/no
    39/yes
    40/no

  47. wegdanawad Says:

    1-yes
    2-yes
    3-no
    4-yes

  48. kowtheraebwd-group2-nursing Says:

    35/no
    36/notgiven
    37/yes
    38/yes
    39/no
    40/notgiven

  49. Dalal Omer Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/b
    5/d
    6/d
    7/d
    8/b
    9/a
    10/d

  50. Nisteh (MLS) Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/b
    5/d
    6/d
    7/d
    8/b
    9/a
    10/d

  51. Abeer mUSA Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/b
    5/d
    6/d
    7/d
    8/b
    9/a
    10/d

  52. ayat bashier(nursing) g2 Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/b
    5/d
    6/a
    7/c
    8/b
    9/d
    10/a

  53. ayat bashier(nursing) g2 Says:

    35/no
    36/yes
    37/yes
    38/not geven
    39/no
    40/notgeven

  54. afaf abdo alrhman(nursing) g2 Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/c
    4/c
    5/d
    6/a
    7/b
    8/d
    9/c
    10/d

  55. afaf abdo alrhman(nursing) g2 Says:

    35/no
    36/yes
    37/yes
    38/no
    39/yes
    40/notgeven

  56. Hadia (Group 2 Nursing) Says:

    1/yes
    2/yes
    3/not given
    4/yes

  57. Malaz Alhadi (Group 2 MLS) Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/d
    4/b
    5/a
    6/d
    7/a
    8/b
    9/a
    10/b

  58. malaz alhadi G2 mls Says:

    1/yes
    2/yes
    3/no
    4/yes
    5/not given

  59. sulafa awad Says:

    35.no
    36.yes
    37.yes
    38.no
    39no
    40.no given

  60. abeer musa(nursing) Says:

    1/yes
    2/yes
    3/no
    4/no
    5/yes
    6/not given

  61. nasteha(mls) Says:

    1/yes
    2/yes
    3/no
    4/no
    5/yes
    6/not given

  62. saharahmed Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/d
    4/a
    5/c
    6/
    7/a
    8/b
    9/a
    10/b

  63. mathaba sdige Says:

    1- yes
    2-no
    3-no give
    4-yes

  64. ayat badereldin-medicine Says:

    1-a
    2-b
    3-d
    4-d
    5-d
    6-a
    7-a
    8-b
    9-d
    10-b

  65. daly (mis) 2 Says:

    1-yes
    2-no
    3-yas
    4-yas
    5-not given
    6-no

  66. Dania Sir-elkhatim Says:

    Dania Sir-elkhatim–medicine G2

    what is port city

    1/yes
    2/yes
    3/no
    4/no
    5/yes
    6/not given

  67. agaw kuthia de mabior Says:

    power in the sudan aklaat important in the diat,but to cause choleraif they do not wash well.

  68. mathaba sdige_nursing_group2 Says:

    1a
    2p
    3c
    4c
    5d
    6a
    8c
    9d
    10c

  69. razan kamal osman Says:

    MIS First year

    In Sudan there is a lot of delicious sort of food. one of them is salad , it’s a very important to our body because it gives us the minerals and vitamins. There are a lot of things we can use in salad like tomatoes , carrot , cucumber , lemon , onion , garlic and also we can put on it some favorite taste like ( salt , pepper , oil , cheese …) . salad is a main dish in Sudan .

  70. yata / MIS Says:

    Transport in Sudan
    Transportation is the transportation of people from place to another, because of economic reasons, political, material.
    In the Sudan, we find a lot of large and small vehicles carrying workers to their place of work, and also carried goods from the factories and companies to the scene to facilitate the movement of marketing customs, and the proportion of the intensity of the transport Almaidp because Sudan Mokhtlvpalora of races and ideas, so it must be where the heavy transport

  71. raniaSalah Says:

    Allahabad is one of the main and most important, which should not be dispensed by any table
    This dish, which provides each member of the family, including Vitamin needed salts and minerals to regulate the digestive system and control the movement of the intestine, because this dish as it contains vitamins to the body’s cells and minerals are the reason for the continued survival of these cells, these vitamins and minerals exist in the fresh vegetables in the Sudan and there are a number of vegetables, which supplies the body. Green power plays key roles in helping the body gets rid of salt and avoid high blood pressure.

  72. tayseer abdalgalil Says:

    medical terminology
    mis first year
    salad in the sudan are very important from the main dishes at every meal because it contains many of the necessary materials needed by the body such as iron , potassium , vitamins and calcium and thus help to build and protect the body against diseases and growth of hair and glasses for skin and eyes . as well as open the appetite. and the main components of the salad tomato , radish , lettuce , carrots and watercress….ect

  73. abeer alamin(mis) Says:

    In Sudan the tomatoes is very available especially in the summer .the tomatoes of the components dish of Salta in other way in Sudan the dish of Salta is very important in each families . Its very important health of the body, its give vitamin and mineral. Help the body to be healthy .the test of tomato is delicious.

  74. esraaabdalgleel Says:

    Salad is one of many types of important food the body needs. It is delicious as well as containing various nutrients. Next, it protects the body from many diseases. It also helps to improve the human appetite.

  75. sara taha Says:

    sara taha
    1.a
    2.b
    3.c
    4.a
    5.d
    6.b
    7.d
    8.a
    9.c
    10.d

  76. hager almamoun Says:

    hager almamoun
    1.a
    2.b
    3.c
    4.a
    5.d
    6.b
    7.d
    8.a
    9.c
    10.d

  77. eman awad hassan-medicine-group2 Says:

    -sarah
    2-kay gallant
    3-sylive.grandmother.stranger and white heron
    4-grandmother
    5-hunting
    6-ten dollars
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron
    10-sylvie

  78. sulafa awad Says:

    1_sara
    2_kay gallant
    3_sylive
    4_grandmother
    5_collect
    6_ten dollars
    7_pine
    8_nest
    9_heron
    10_ ??? what ?

  79. Asma Mohamed Says:

    G2
    MLS
    1-Sara
    2-Kay Gallant
    3-Sylvie
    4-Grand mother
    5-Collect
    6-10dolar
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron
    10-trunk

  80. hager almamoun Says:

    -Sara
    2-Kay Gallant
    3-Sylvie
    4-Grand mother
    5-Collect
    6-10dolar
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron

  81. sara taha Says:

    Sara
    2-Kay Gallant
    3-Sylvie
    4-Grand mother
    5-Collect
    6-10dolar
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron

  82. malaz alhadi G2 mls Says:

    1/sarah
    2/kay gallant
    3/sylvie
    4/grandmother’s
    5/collect
    6/young man
    7/pine
    8/nest
    9/heron
    10/

  83. Sulafa Awad Says:

    1-sarah
    2-kay Gallant
    3_sylvie
    4_grandmother
    5-collect
    6_ten dollars
    7_pine
    8_nest
    9_heron

  84. kother G2 N Says:

    1-sarah
    2-kay Gallant
    3_sylvie
    4_grandmother
    5-collect
    6_ten dollars
    7_pine
    8_nest
    9_heron

  85. NASTEXA MLS Says:

    1-sarah
    2-kay Gallant
    3_sylvie
    4_grandmother
    5-collect
    6_ten dollars
    7_pine
    8_nest
    9_heron

  86. ABEER MUSA Says:

    1-sarah
    2-kay Gallant
    3_sylvie
    4_grandmother
    5-collect
    6_ten dollars
    7_pine
    8_nest
    9_heron

  87. AGAW KUTHIA DE MABIOR Says:

    THE TASK THE HUMAN IMMUNE SYSTEM IS PROTECTS TO BODY FORM DISEASES. YOU CAN KEEP,IT BUT SPORT AND HEALTHY EATING AND MEANING FUD .NOT FOR THE IMMUNE SYSTEM DISEASE DIED LESS RIGHTS.

  88. Hadia Mohammed (G2) Nursing Says:

    1- Sarra
    2-Kay Gallant
    3-Sylvie
    4-Grant Mother
    5-Hunting
    6-Ten Dollars
    7-Pine
    8-Nest
    9-Heron
    10-

  89. Hadia Mohammed (G2) Nursing Says:

    9/4/2009
    1- B
    2- B
    3- D

  90. wegdangroup2 Says:

    1-sarah
    2-kaygallant
    3-sylvie
    4-grandmoeher
    5-collest
    6-tendollars
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron

  91. wegdangroup2 Says:

    1-b
    2-b
    3-d

  92. tayseer abdalgalil (mis) terminology Says:

    tayseer abdalgalil
    medical terminology(mis)
    first year

    Exercise is very important to the health of the body. And assist in the development of our immune. And strengthen the muscles of the body. Regular exercise can protect against disease. And ways to exercise many of them continued walking and running continued for a period of time, cleaning and Weightlifting.

  93. esraa abdalgleel Says:

    Immune system is an organ of the body from many diseases , when there is weakness in the immune system less protected and thus could become the human diseese

  94. rania Salah Says:

    Exercise is very important of the body. Exercise works to renew the body’s cells. Help to maintain ca nerves. Protects the body from disease. Reduce the inflammation of the joints.

  95. abeer alamin (MIS) Says:

    The immune system is very important for the body because it gives body health
    And protect the body for disease inside it .how the immune system protection by the known white blood cell, also it network of cells and organs that work together to defend the body against attacks by foreign invaders to keep body healthy. How development the immune system by eats the health food, exercises regular.

  96. Gloria Andrew(MIS) Says:

    exercise is importance because when you exercise, your body uses energy to keep going. Aerobic exercise involves continuous and rhythmic physical motion, such as walking and bicycling. It improves your stamina by training your body to become more efficient and use less energy for the same amount of work. As your conditioning level improves, your heart rate and breathing rate return to resting levels much sooner from strenuous activity.

  97. Marwa Idris -medicine Says:

    1- Sarah Orne
    2-Kay Gallant
    3Sylvie
    4-grandmother
    5-collected birds
    6-Ten dollers
    7-Pine
    8-Nest
    9-Heron
    10-sylvie

  98. Marwa Idris -medicine Says:

    Epidemiology may be defines as the study of distribution and determinats of disease in population.
    In most countries,for more money is spent on curative medicine than on preventive medicine.
    Personal,place and time factors influence whether or not people become ill.
    Age is one of the most important factors in epidemiology. In developing countries death rates is the first few years of life are usually very high.
    Epidemice of infectious diseases have been of importance since early in man,s history and still familiar events in most countries of the wold.
    Epidemics of non-infectious diseases may also occur.

  99. Hadia Mohammed G2nursing Says:

    The epidemiological approach to Medicine for prvent of disease’itis very important becouse keeptomy health life and money.they are some factors effect:Time,place,persons,Age,sex,Ethnic,cultural,social class,Occupation,geographyand time trends
    at last ovid all infectious diseases or non infectious diseases.

  100. razan kamal osman Says:

    Razan Kamal Osman
    MIS First Year

    The Human Immune System

    The human immune system is one of the world’s wonders. It’s protecting us from hurt and infections by the whit blood cells for along time or maybe for ever. Vaccines are stimulating the immune system to fight against the foreign bodies like (bacteria, viruses, parasite, fungi …). We can provide our immune system by eating a nutritious food, exercising regularly and has a good ways for living.

  101. yusra eltaib group2 mls Says:

    sarah
    2-kay gallant
    3-sylive.grandmother.stranger and white heron
    4-grandmother
    5-hunting
    6-ten dollars
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron
    10-sylvie

  102. yusra eltaib group2 mls Says:

    The immune system is very important for the body because it gives health
    And protect the body for disease inside it . the immune system protection by the known white blood cell, also it network of cells and organs that work together to defend the body against attacks by foreign invaders to keep body healthy.

  103. yusra eltaib group2 mls Says:

    1/a
    2/b
    3/b
    4/a
    5/c
    6/
    7/a
    8/b
    9/a
    10/b

  104. yusra eltaib group2 mls Says:

    1-no

    2/yes

    3-yes

    4-no

    5-yes

    6no

  105. mogahed(mls) Says:

    Sara
    2-Kay Gallant
    3-Sylvie
    4-Grand mother
    5-Collect
    6-10dolar
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron
    10-trunk

  106. mogahed(mls) Says:

    1=Sara
    2=Kay Gallant
    3=Sylvie
    4-Grand mother
    5-Collect
    6-10dolar
    7-pine
    8-nest
    9-heron
    10-trunk

  107. mogahed(mls) Says:

    1.a
    2.b
    3.c
    4.a
    5.d
    6.b
    7.d
    8.a
    9.c
    10.d

  108. mogahed(mls) Says:

    35=no
    36=yes
    37=yes
    38=no
    39=no
    40=no given

  109. yata / MIS Says:

    immune system

    Is a set of biological processes within a living organism, and this organism is free from diseases and cancer cells, n, viruses, parasites, worms.
    Require cells to health, to work on the safety of the body because of high sensitivity and great in the work of maintaining good health.

  110. Abeer Musa(NURSING) Says:

    The Epidemiological Approach to Medicine
    Population and disease:
    Epidemiology may be defined as the study of distribution and determinants of disease in population s.
    Time, place, persons:
    It has been known since the time of Hippocrates that personal, place and time factors influence whether or not people become ill.
    Age and sex of the personal factors:
    Age is one of the most important. In developed countries death rates, except in the first year of life.
    Ethnic and cultural factors:
    These factors have important influences, though it is often difficult to separate their individual effects. Few Seventh day Adventists die of lung cancer; cigarette smoking is not encouraged in that sect.
    Social class:
    Some striking patterns emerge when social class and morbidity or mortality are examined.
    Occupation:
    Occupation affects health in a variety of ways. Firstly, there are jobs dangerous in that physical, second, there are jobs relatively poorly paid.
    Geography:
    Patterns of disease and death tend to vary throughout the world.
    Time Trends:
    Variation in disease patterns also occur with time the text shows how lung cancers deaths in males have increased dramatically in Britain during this century and how some of the factors that have been suspected as being causal have varied over the same period.

  111. mahady .nursing,assignmet1 Says:

    Malaria is the most important tropical disease, remaining widespread throughout the tropics, but also occurring in many temperate regions. It exacts a heavy toll of illness and death

    When you need to eradicate malaria we needed to follow-up four phases
    First phase detetermin oll people who have malaria
    Scend phase control all the condition that you have recognaized
    And treat allthe condition after that killed all maicro organism that couse malaria

  112. Amira Naser-al-Deen(Nursing AS 1) Says:

    eradication control of disease we can do it by figting the mosqutoes in all stage ,dryness of water in the streats ,uses of technologe it isnessessary condition like education and water filter, spreaying the water in the hole ,spreay insect side ,bioligical mothe,cleaning and cutting grassing ,clean enviroment and make them less conductive to mosquitoes ,duming and treatment of evacuated waste ,discover the carear and treatment them usesthe bed net, labrican the body by cirame aganist the mosquitoes, eradicatingan inter mediate host like mosquitose

  113. nursing_azza_as(1) Says:

    We can eradicate the malaria by many method one of this is to kill the mosquito because the malaria cause by the plasmodium the second use the bed net is the most effective to prevent malaria the other method is to cut the tree and not but the dirty in the water other method the people use the treatment in the proper way the other method we tell about health education and community health and tell about the sign and the symptoms of the malaria to use the treatment

  114. nursing_azza_as(1) Says:

    We can eradicate the malaria by many method one of this is to kill the mosquito because the malaria cause by the plasmodium the second use the bed net is the most effective to prevent malaria the other method is to cut the tree and not but the dirty in the water other method the people use the treatment in the proper way the other method we tell about health education and community health and tell about the sign and the symptoms of the malaria to use the treatment

  115. nursing.esraa.as1 Says:

    The malaria is one of disease that can spread in Sudan. it can effect all the people
    And causes by plasmodium parasite ‘carry by mosquito
    The eradicate of malaria it need to multiple sharing effort between
    Hospital and community that it:
    The first way is dry the water
    The second it accumulation of water
    The third it cut the grass
    The fourth it dry the sloughs
    The fifth it sleeping under bed net
    The sixth it use lubricant or cream that can kill mosquito
    The seventh it sprays the stay water by insect side or oil to stop
    Of boring of mosquito

  116. nursing misska as1 Says:

    Malaria is very common disease in Sudan
    To eradicate malaria start by cover any dirty and contaminated water because stop borne of parasite and mosquito
    To prevent malaria use bed net and use cream to protect from mosquito
    To eradication malaria keep environment healthy by spray insctside in contaminated water to kill any parasite live in water and treated causes of malaria in community by worker together to keep the community free of malaria

  117. misska nursing as1 Says:

    Malaria is very common disease in Sudan
    To eradicate malaria start by cover any dirty and contaminated water because stop borne of parasite and mosquito
    To prevent malaria use bed net and use cream to protect from mosquito
    To eradication malaria keep environment healthy by spray insctside in contaminated water to kill any parasite live in water and treated causes of malaria in community by worker together to keep the community free of malaria

  118. nursing esraaas1 Says:

    The malaria is one of disease that can spread in Sudan. it can effect all the people
    And causes by plasmodium parasite ‘carry by mosquito
    The eradicate of malaria it need to multiple sharing effort between
    Hospital and community that it:
    The first way is dry the water
    The second it accumulation of water
    The third it cut the grass
    The fourth it dry the sloughs
    The fifth it sleeping under bed net
    The sixth it use lubricant or cream that can kill mosquito
    The seventh it sprays the stay water by insect side or oil to stop
    Of boring of mosquito

  119. nursing haram as1 Says:

    We need to eradicate malaria. some steps that can help include:
    1. Spray of insect site
    2. Use bed net
    3. Spray of swage water
    4. Descovered new causes of malaria and treted it
    5. Control of parasite
    6. Health education of people about malaria disease
    And how avoid infection by malaria.

  120. arwa nursing as1 Says:

    How to eradicate malaria in Sudan:
    The scientist use program to eradicate of malaria includes:
    1-search: to identify people at risk.
    2-eleminate: a-use proper water supply and good sanitation b-avoid any good environment to growing of mosquito
    3-Educate: a-to use the bed net at night
    b- Use cream to kill mosquito c-spray insect side product d-eliminate of all swamps
    4-vaccination

  121. sherien nursing as1 Says:

    How to eradicate malaria in Sudan:
    Malaria is the most common disease and leads to death. for these reasons, we should make aprogram to eradicate it:
    The main points of this program are:
    1-early identifying of risk areas for disease
    2-elimante all sloughs to prevent fertilization of mosquito
    3-encourage people to use the bed net during sleeping
    4-spray insectsides to kill mosquito
    5-educate people about malaria and how to prevent it
    6- Apply a vaccination program.

  122. rania hassan nursing as1 Says:

    Malaria is a tropical disease and it can affect all people of all ages and sexes. We can eradicate it by these methods:
    1-search for risk area
    2-tell people to sleep under bed net
    3- having a clean environment
    4- Health education and community health program
    5- Eliminate the vectors by cutting grass
    6- Eliminate all swamps to avoid the production of mosquito

  123. sanaa.nursing,assignmet1 Says:

    To eradicate malaria in sudan we need important steps
    1.fight against mosquito and kill it
    2.sleep under mosquito net or bed net
    3.mantain good environment and good sanitation for all people
    4.study all new cause of malaria and found proper treated
    Of malaria
    Teach the patient with malaria about good hygien

  124. yata / MIS Says:

    Pressure in my life

    Is a natural feeling of pressure is happening to everyone in time to time
    The different degree of influence and its strategy as a result of another serious problem, identify the mental health of the individual and the pressure produced when the death or loss of a dear friend, and the pressure is the pressure in my work home, I felt very compact and I built one in the house.

  125. agaw kuthia de mabior Says:

    I had one great shock over the periord of my life, ….is that when my uncle dr.john garang de mabior died. He was the hope of the sudan when I tried to absorb the shock of grief on the day of the sad depature … It was great stress great sadness.

  126. khansa (Nursing) Says:

    the melaria can be eradicated by using oil in the dirty water and killing the mesquto by spraying and using effective tretments of melaria like coloraqin

  127. A beer alamin (MIS) Says:

    The stress
    The stress in our life causes problems to almost all people.
    Stress comes due to people inability to satisfy some or all requirement, and to face the complex problems in their lives. All this causes stress.
    Stress can be temporary or permanent according to the causes.
    Stress causes too many diseases such as craziness, hypertension cardiac diseases.
    Stress my be treated if we know the elements effecting it.
    .

  128. Rania Salah Says:

    Stress is a problem for everyone .stress and a lot of reasons, including the circumstances of life. and no one in our time of aryan stress . stress and cause many diseases such as heart disease and ulcers.

  129. Aminat olabode folashade( Nursing) Says:

    Sources of Islamic Law
    By Huda, About.comislamic law

    quran
    sunnah of prophet muhammamed
    Islamic law is based upon four main sources:

    The Qur’an

    Muslims believe the Qur’an to be the direct words of Allah, as revealed to and transmitted by the Prophet Muhammad. All sources of Islamic law must be in essential agreement with the Qur’an, the most fundamental source of Islamic knowledge. When the Qur’an itself does not speak directly or in detail about a certain subject, Muslims only then turn to alternative sources of Islamic law.

    The Sunnah

    Sunnah is the traditions or known practices of the Prophet Muhammad, many of which have been recorded in the volumes of Hadith literature. The resources include many things that he said, did, or agreed to — and he lived his life according to the Qur’an, putting the Qur’an into practice in his own life. During his lifetime, the Prophet’s family and companions observed him and shared with others exactly what they had seen in his words and behaviors — i.e. how he performed ablutions, how he prayed, and how he performed many other acts of worship. People also asked the Prophet directly for rulings on various matters, and he would pronounce his judgment. All of these details were passed on and recorded, to be referred to in future legal rulings. Many issues concerning personal conduct, community and family relations, political matters, etc. were addressed during the time of the Prophet, decided by him, and recorded. The Sunnah can thus clarify details of what is stated generally in the Qur’an.

    Ijma’ (consensus)

    In situations when Muslims have not been able to find a specific legal ruling in the Qur’an or Sunnah, the consensus of the community is sought (or at least the consensus of the legal scholars within the community). The Prophet Muhammad once said that his community (i.e. the Muslim community) would never agree on an error.

    Qiyas (analogy)

    In cases when something needs a legal ruling, but has not been clearly addressed in the other sources, judges may use analogy, reasoning, and legal precedent to decide new case law. This is often the case when a general principle can be applied to new situations. (See the article Smoking in Islam for an example of this process at work.)

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  130. tayseer abdalgalil Says:

    medical terminology (mis)
    the stress
    pressure to come from the lack of time management to avoid discompose the times recent , heightened sensitivity in dealing with the problems of everyday life , the pressures of study , the requirements of daily life , crowded places , pollution , changes in mood , difficulty concentrating , low productivity , and lack of allotted time for rest and the performance of things enjoy the .

  131. Aminat olabode folashade( Nursing) Says:

    A History of the Sudan from the Coming of Islam to the Present Day

    Reviewed by: Dr. Justin Willis
    University of Durham

    First published in 1961, Holt’s Modern History of the Sudan deservedly established itself as the standard introduction to the subject. Holt revised the work in 1963; since 1979 he has collaborated with Martin Daly on further – slightly retitled – editions, of which this is the most recent. The collected prefatory notes of these various editions, all reproduced here, provide in themselves a sombre reminder of the continuing political turmoil of the years since the early 1960s, and this new edition offers a summary of events up to 1998 which will be welcomed as a guide to the multiple twists – as well as the tragic continuities – of the history of the Sudan.

    The new edition has the same strengths and weaknesses as its predecessors. Holt and Daly are scholars of remarkable, and in many ways complementary, knowledge and abilities. Daly’s unrivalled knowledge of the archival sources on the period of British rule has supplemented the mastery of Arabic sources, and firsthand familiarity with northern Sudan in the late-colonial period, which were the strengths of Holt’s original work; their collaboration provides a concise and readable summary of around 1400 years of history. They begin their story with the initial Muslim contacts – and conflicts – with the Christian Nubian states, and follow the disintegration of those states and the establishment of a variety of Muslim, and largely Arab, communities in what is now the north of the Sudan; and then trace the dramatic changes of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, during which the Sudan was subject to Turco-Egyptian imperialism and saw a war of resistance against that imperialism in which General Gordon died (supplying late-Victorian Britain with one of its most famous colonial martyrs). The subsequent conquest of the whole of the country by the British, in a nominal alliance with Egypt, led to the unique arrangement of ‘Condominium’ rule over a territory which, crucially, extended over an area which stretched farther south and west than effective Turco-Egyptian rule ever had, into territories which were neither Muslim nor Arabized.

    Holt and Daly show how British control over this vast territory was constantly complicated by the larger imperial issue of relationships with Egypt, and Sudan’s independence at the end of 1955 – coming before that of any other of Britain’s African possessions – was driven by these complex politics, which soon swept away vague British schemes for separating off the southern portions of the Condominium. Thus was created an independent state embracing north and south, in which political power lay largely in the hands of Muslim northerners; the latter section of the book devotes considerable space to the political conflict over the unequal distribution of power and resources between north and south, which has fuelled a protracted and appallingly destructive war which has run – with an interlude from around 1972 to 1983 – since the early 1960s, compounding the manifold problems of the post-colonial state in the Sudan. This book is especially damning about the abuses and incompetence of Gaafar Nimeiri’s lengthy rule; that it has rather less to say about the current regime (which has continued to prosecute a bloody war in the south in the name of Islam and the state, and has reduced many societies in northern Sudan to ever-greater poverty) is presumably because sources are so scanty.

    To summarise this remarkable and diverse history is a considerable achievement; inevitably the task of summary requires decisions about what to include, and about the perspective of the work. The weakness of this work arguably lies in those decisions, and while Holt’s original 1961 work has been much revised over the years, the structure and assumptions of that first edition still permeate the book. It is not simply that some of his original prose reads a little quaintly now (is it really enough to explain Baqqara involvement in the Mahdi’s revolt by describing them as ‘fickle’ and ‘light-hearted’; or to designate certain political factions as ‘moderate’?). More importantly, the tone of the original work has been maintained in two crucial ways: this is, overwhelmingly, a political history of local elites and foreign rulers, in which Sudanese societies (especially those in the south) apparently only come into historical existence through their subordination. And it is a history which emphasises the uniqueness of the Sudan, and refuses to draw on any of the comparative or theoretical insights on colonialism, and the post-colonial situation, across the rest of the African continent.

    When Holt wrote the first edition, the academic study of African history in the UK had only recently begun, and comparative insights were hard to come by. But there has been a great deal of good historical work done on Africa in recent years, and it seems decidedly obtuse that the discussion of nineteenth-century societies should not draw on this work, or that the discussion here of the colonial policy of Indirect Rule – a policy whose ironies and contradictions Daly has explored in splendid and often impassioned detail -should make no reference at all to the wider importance of this in British imperial thought at the time. While it may be true that – as this book argues – many members of the Sudan Political Service interacted little with the administrators of other territories, it is also true that there were crossovers of personnel and ideas, with a number of administrators and technical officials serving in other African territories before coming to the Sudan: Symes and Tothill are obvious examples. Similarly, the discussion of the post-colonial state here would surely have benefited from a brief dip into the very extensive literature on the ‘neopatrimonial’ politics of late twentieth-century Africa.

    This book reads then, very much as the history of the Sudanese state, understood as a unique phenomenon. That means that there is an implicit teleology here about the story of the Sudan, derived from Holt’s first edition, which is evident in the choice of the ‘coming of Islam’ as the starting point. This is a narrative in which conquest is called pacification (curiously, since Daly has elsewhere written with exceptional detail and clarity on the violence of this process), and in which coming to history is identified with subordination to a state whose forms and political orientation were northern, riverain and Islamic. The south, as the text says, was a place of a ‘bewildering variety’ of tribes; presumably the implication is that only the imposition of state control from the north could reduce such societies to comprehensible order. The comment that the distinction between north and south was and is being ‘modified by the processes of history’ is surely of central importance: the assumption is that historical inevitability is making the south more like the north (and, presumably, is making the marginal parts of the north more like the riverain political centre). On the last page of the book – a page appropriately sombre in tone – the authors return explicitly to the theme of the ‘spread of a northern riverain culture’ to ‘peripheral peoples’ whose ability to ‘withstand the onslaught is seriously in question’. This theme is indeed an important one; but is it really safe to present the history of all the societies living in what is now the Sudan solely as the narrative of this process, and so to present their experience as unique and their fate as inevitable?

    February 2001

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  132. israa mohmed musa Says:

    1/a group2 N
    2/b
    3/b
    4/a
    5/c
    6/
    7/a
    8/b
    9/a
    10/b

  133. israa mohmed musa Says:

    group2

    1-no

    2/yes

    3-yes

    4-no

    5-yes

    6no

  134. israa mohmed musa nursing Says:

    The Epidemiological Approach to Medicine
    Population and disease:
    Epidemiology may be defined as the study of distribution and determinants of disease in population s.
    Time, place, persons:
    It has been known since the time of Hippocrates that personal, place and time factors influence whether or not people become ill.
    Age and sex of the personal factors:
    Age is one of the most important. In developed countries death rates, except in the first year of life.
    Ethnic and cultural factors:
    These factors have important influences, though it is often difficult to separate their individual effects. Few Seventh day Adventists die of lung cancer; cigarette smoking is not encouraged in that sect.
    Social class:
    Some striking patterns emerge when social class and morbidity or mortality are examined.
    Occupation:
    Occupation affects health in a variety of ways. Firstly, there are jobs dangerous in that physical, second, there are jobs relatively poorly paid.
    Geography:
    Patterns of disease and death tend to vary throughout the world.
    Time Trends:
    Variation in disease patterns also occur with time the text shows how lung cancers deaths in males have increased dramatically in Britain during this century and how some of the factors that have been suspected as being causal have varied over the same period.

    :

  135. nasaem elamen Says:

    group2 N
    The Epidemiological Approach to Medicine
    Population and disease:
    Epidemiology may be defined as the study of distribution and determinants of disease in population s.
    Time, place, persons:
    It has been known since the time of Hippocrates that personal, place and time factors influence whether or not people become ill.
    Age and sex of the personal factors:
    Age is one of the most important. In developed countries death rates, except in the first year of life.
    Ethnic and cultural factors:
    These factors have important influences, though it is often difficult to separate their individual effects. Few Seventh day Adventists die of lung cancer; cigarette smoking is not encouraged in that sect.
    Social class:
    Some striking patterns emerge when social class and morbidity or mortality are examined.
    Occupation:
    Occupation affects health in a variety of ways. Firstly, there are jobs dangerous in that physical, second, there are jobs relatively poorly paid.
    Geography:
    Patterns of disease and death tend to vary throughout the world.
    Time Trends:
    Variation in disease patterns also occur with time the text shows how lung cancers deaths in males have increased dramatically in Britain during this century and how some of the factors that have been suspected as being causal have varied over the same period.

    :

  136. Abdullah Abdulkareem{medicine} Says:

    Shahadah (Testimony of Faith)
    The first pillar of Islam is to believe and declare the faith by saying the Shahadah (lit. ‘witness’), known as the Kalimahtusshahada.that any convert must reciet before be fully accepted as a believer in islam.becouse he most believe in Allah and is messenger.
    La ilaha ila Allah; Muhammadur-rasul Allah. ‘There is no god but Allah; Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.’

    The meaning is better understood in English as saying that there is no deity worthy of worship throughout the creation, only the Creator is worth of any worship.
    Or as we say: “Worship the Creator – Not His Creations.”
    This declaration contains two parts:
    The first part LA ILAHA ILA ALLAH.

    This first part refers to God Almighty, the Creator of everything, the Lord of the Worlds;which means there is no God but Allah.
    Allah say in the holy Qur”an suratu iklas{The unity}
    say he is Allah,the one
    Allah,the eternally besought of all.
    He begetteth not nor was begotten.
    And there is none comparable unto him.
    The oneness of Allah is in many verses of The holy qur”an.
    The second part
    muhamadur-rasul Allah.
    the second part refers to the Messenger, Muhammad (pbuh) a prophet and a human being, who received the revelation through the Archangel Gabriel, and taught it to mankind.
    Not Other Gods

    By sincerely uttering the Shahadah the Muslim acknowledges Allah as the sole Creator of all, and the Supreme Authority over everything and everyone in the universe. Consequently the Muslim closes his/her heart and mind to loyalty, devotion and obedience to, trust in, reliance on, and worship of anything or anyone other than Allah. This rejection is not confined merely to pagan gods and goddesses of wood and stone and created by human hands and imaginations; this rejection must extend to all other conceptions, superstitions, ideologies, ways of life, and authority figures that claim supreme devotion, loyalty, trust, love, obedience or worship. This entails, for example, the rejection of belief in such common things as astrology, palm reading, good luck charms, fortune-telling and psychic readings, in addition to praying at shrines or graves of “saints”, asking the dead souls to intercede for them with Allah. There are no intercessors in Islam, nor any class of clergy as such; a Muslim prays directly and exclusively to Allah.

    The kalmah is also say in another way”
    Ash”adu an Lah ilaha ila Allah wa ash”adu ana muhammadu abdu wa rasuluhu.
    This is recieted mostly in prayer everyday.
    Quesion-
    1what is kalmatusshada?
    2write the testimony.
    3how many part is the testimony divided?
    4List the parts.
    5where is the kalma mostly recieted?
    6Any convert most blive in the kalma why.

  137. HAMINT OLABODE FOLASHADE Says:

    FATWA IN ISLAM
    WHAT IS FATWA?

    FATWA:What is authorized tom give one amd all muslims must follow it.

    Sources of Islamic Law

    By Huda, About.comislamic law

    quran
    sunnah of prophet muhammamed
    Islamic law is based upon four main sources:

    The Qur’an

    Muslims believe the Qur’an to be the direct words of Allah, as revealed to and transmitted by the Prophet Muhammad. All sources of Islamic law must be in essential agreement with the Qur’an, the most fundamental source of Islamic knowledge. When the Qur’an itself does not speak directly or in detail about a certain subject, Muslims only then turn to alternative sources of Islamic law.

    The Sunnah

    Sunnah is the traditions or known practices of the Prophet Muhammad, many of which have been recorded in the volumes of Hadith literature. The resources include many things that he said, did, or agreed to — and he lived his life according to the Qur’an, putting the Qur’an into practice in his own life. During his lifetime, the Prophet’s family and companions observed him and shared with others exactly what they had seen in his words and behaviors — i.e. how he performed ablutions, how he prayed, and how he performed many other acts of worship. People also asked the Prophet directly for rulings on various matters, and he would pronounce his judgment. All of these details were passed on and recorded, to be referred to in future legal rulings. Many issues concerning personal conduct, community and family relations, political matters, etc. were addressed during the time of the Prophet, decided by him, and recorded. The Sunnah can thus clarify details of what is stated generally in the Qur’an.

    Ijma’ (consensus)

    In situations when Muslims have not been able to find a specific legal ruling in the Qur’an or Sunnah, the consensus of the community is sought (or at least the consensus of the legal scholars within the community). The Prophet Muhammad once said that his community (i.e. the Muslim community) would never agree on an error.

    Qiyas (analogy)

    In cases when something needs a legal ruling, but has not been clearly addressed in the other sources, judges may use analogy, reasoning, and legal precedent to decide new case law. This is often the case when a general principle can be applied to new situations. (See the article Smoking in Islam for an example of this process at work.)

    Suggested Reading

    More on Islamic LawQur’an & HadithMosques

    NAME:AMINAT OLABODE FOLASHADE

    DEPARTMENT:NURSING

    COURSE:ISLAMIC CULTURE

    SUPERVISOR:USTAZ TARIQ

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    QUESTION:

    1_What is fatwa?

    2_What are sourses of fatwa?

    3_Give examples of fatwa?

    4_Explain what is qiyas?

  138. esraa abdaljleel Says:

    Hummer pressure is normal in this life, but dealing with it varies from person to person.
    Marafphal pressure because of the problems we are facing, or the pressure over the failure of a university, or Balammerd pressure due to injury or pressure because of the inability to take responsibility.

  139. esraa abdalgleel mis Says:

    I live in Jabrah where there in pollution generates mosquitoes and diseases,and there is often some food waste ,which also causes pollution,there are some scavengers in the streets

  140. Gloria Andrew Says:

    Lengths recent years, Sudanese suffering from malaria, transmitted by mosquitoes, which breed in stagnant water and infections, are increasing in the capital and the provinces. The malaria control requires the cooperation of the community health center to achieve the following
    1 / dissemination of health awareness among citizens about the danger of malaria and
    2 / to maintain the cleanliness of the house and neighborhood markets and
    3 / removal of sites housing Anomic valleys, stagnant water and mosquitoes, which breed
    4 / avoid the use of mosquito nets when sleeping or vehicles insect repellant.

  141. razan kamal osman Says:

    Malaria: An infectious disease caused by protozoan parasites from the Plasmodium family that can be transmitted by the sting of the Anopheles mosquito or by a contaminated needle or transfusion. Falciparum malaria is the most deadly type.
    Malaria transmission occurs primarily between dusk and dawn because of the nocturnal feeding habits of Anopheles mosquitoes.
    Malarial attacks present over 4 to 6 hours with shaking chills, high fever, and sweating, and are often associated with fatigue, headache, dizziness, nausea .
    • complete medical history of symptoms and travel
    • physical examination
    • blood tests
    Drugs include chloroquine, mefloquine, primaquine, quinine, pyrimethamine-sulfadoxine (Fansidar), and doxycycline Malaria, which is both preventable and curable, kills more than one million people a year, 90 percent of whom live in Africa.
    It enlarges the spleen and destroys blood cells if not treated early enough. The disease can cause anemia and water in the lungs, weaken the heart, inflame the stomach wall, induce diarrhea, affect the brain and lead to death.

  142. rania salah Says:

    Malaria a serious disease affecting humans. Female mosquitoes, which caused plasmodium designate. Human infection due to the presence of Standing water and swamps and ponds, which provide a good environment in which to live. Malaria has a number of symptoms including severe headache, chills and sweat pain and fever and arthritis. Spread of malaria in the Sudan in quantities of up to 90% in the capital, particularly to the presence of Standing Water and Waste and scavengers. And has a number of campaigns to roll back malaria in the Sudan to reduce the incidence of malaria

  143. tayseer abdalgalil Says:

    medical terminology (mis)
    Malaria
    Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite. People with malaria often experience fever, chills, and flu-like illness. Left untreated, they may develop severe complications and die. Each year 350-500 million cases of malaria occur worldwide, and over one million people die, most of them young children in Africa south of the Sahara.
    This sometimes fatal disease can be prevented and cured. Bed nets, insecticides, and ant malarial drugs are effective tools to fight malaria in areas where it is transmitted. Travelers to a malaria-risk area should avoid mosquito bites and take a preventive ant malarial drug.
    The general symptoms include:

     Headache
     Nausea
     Fever
     Vomiting and
     Flu-like symptoms
    Treatment of malaria depends on the following factors:

     Type of infection.
     Severity of infection.
     Status of the host.
     Associated conditions/ diseases.

  144. esraa abdalgleel mis Says:

    Malaria is the result of neglect and the spread of a favorable environment for mosquito breeding in other parts of Sudan and the negligence of the health of the environment is fully integrated, has not been, and continues to evolve its efforts and fight against a few people now because they have no interest in the culture of the environment we find standing water on the streets and places that are mosquito breeding

  145. abeer alamin(mis) Says:

    Malaria is act very disease divuioss from devehoped country. and over one million people die, most of them young children in Africa south of the Sahara.malaria for disease transport by mosquito parasite causes malarias.
    The symptom of malaria Include fever and flu-like illness, including shaking chills headache, muscle aches, and tiredness. Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea may also occur.
    The complication of malaria may cause anemia and jaundice (yellow coloring of the skin and eyes) because of the loss of red blood cells. Infection with one type of malaria, Plasmodium falciparum, if not promptly treated, may cause kidney failure, seizures, mental confusion, coma, and death
    The prevention and treatment of malaria can be cured with prescription drugs. The type of drugs and length of treatment depend on the type of malaria, where the person was infected, their age, whether they are pregnant, and how sick they are at the start of treatment.
    This sometimes fatal disease can be prevented and cured. Bednets, insecticides, and antimalarial drugs are effective tools to fight malaria in areas where it is transmitted. Travelers to a malaria-risk area should avoid mosquito bites and take a preventive antimalarial drug

  146. ayat ali mohamed hamdan(Medicine) Says:

    Handful of dates by Al-Teib Salah(رحمه الله)
    1 (c)
    2 (d)
    3 (b)
    4 (a)
    5 (c)
    6 (a)
    7 (b)
    8 (c)
    9 (b)
    10 (c)

  147. sherien.nursing,assignmet2 Says:

    1. how long have you been feeling fever ?
    I have been feeling fever for three days
    2. how long have you been having nausea ?
    I have been nausea for two days
    3. how long have you been having headache ?
    Ihave been headache also for two days
    4. how long have you been vomiting ?
    I have been vomiting for three days
    5. how long have you been having joint pain ?
    For two days
    6. how long have you been feeling fatigue ?
    For four days
    7.how long have you been sleeping dsiturbance?
    For three days
    8. Ihow long have you been feeling diziness?
    Ihave been feeling dizinees when I standing up
    9.how long have you been having abdomenal pain ?
    I have been feeling abdomenal pain for three days
    10.have you been recieving any drugs?
    Yes I was received panadol
    My nursing diagnose is
    1. nutition alteration
    2. sleeping alteraion
    3. fatigue

  148. nursing sanaa as(1) Says:

    1. How long have you been alter body temperature?
    I have been fever about 3days
    2. How long have you been headache?
    I have been headache about 2days
    3. Are you feeling with fatigue?
    Yes
    4. What it is your body temperature?
    40
    5. Are you resave any drug?
    No
    6. How long have you been vomiting?
    I have been vomiting about one day
    7. How long have you been insomnia?
    I have been insomnia all day
    8. Are you feeling with abdominal pain?
    Yes
    9. Are you feeling with fear about this disease?
    Yes
    10. Are you go to investigation?
    No
    Nursing diagnoses:
    1.Alter body temperature more than body requirement.
    2.headache

  149. Sulafa Awad Mustafa Says:

    6-infections diseases are caused by small (minute bodies )
    7-persian physician avicenna
    8-wrote atreatis called on the plague
    9-to spread by air-multiply by themselves
    10-poison gas in sick people
    11-by anton van leeuwenhoek

  150. thuweiba ali bagadi m.l.s Says:

    6-infections diseases are caused by small (minute bodies )
    7-persian physician avicenna
    8-wrote atreatis called on the plague
    9-to spread by air-multiply by themselves
    10-poison gas in sick people
    11-by anton van leeuwenhoek

  151. fatima altag Says:

    health is as state of complet physical-mental-and social well.being and not merely the absence of disease or infimity.
    the health is very important for life and to mantaine of health the in
    dividual should followed aceratin program for deit andsport andvisits.
    The important nutreint to individual shuold taken her to be healthy:carbohydrate -proteins -fatts -menirals and vitamins.The proper balance of these nutreints essential for mantain the health.
    The carbohydrates are suplly the body by energy and proteins are helps in building of tissues-fatts are suplly the body by energy and keep the body warms.and vitamins and menirals are prevent the body from disease.
    This nutrient shuold taken according to the requeried of body.
    olso to mantain the health style the individual shuold take enough dose of sleeping and avoid the smoking .and must going into juorney withe familey or with their friends.

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