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    افتراضي مشاريع الإستيطان اليهودي منذ قيام الثورة الفرنسية و حتى نهاية الحرب العالمية الأولى

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    افتراضي

    الإسلام والعلمانية وجها لوجه


    المؤلف

    يوسف القرضاوي

    http://www.waqfeya.com/books/03/0203.rar

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    افتراضي A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything


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    Economics is not widely considered to be one of the sexier sciences. The annual Nobel Prize winner in that field never receives as much publicity as his or her compatriots in peace, literature, or physics. But if such slights are based on the notion that economics is dull, or that economists are concerned only with finance itself, Steven D. Levitt will change some minds. In Freakonomics (written with Stephen J. Dubner), Levitt argues that many apparent mysteries of everyday life don't need to be so mysterious: they could be illuminated and made even more fascinating by asking the right questions and drawing connections. For example, Levitt traces the drop in violent crime rates to a drop in violent criminals and, digging further, to the Roe v. Wade decision that preempted the existence of some people who would be born to poverty and hardship. Elsewhere, by analyzing data gathered from inner-city Chicago drug-dealing gangs, Levitt outlines a corporate structure much like McDonald's, where the top bosses make great money while scores of underlings make something below minimum wage. And in a section that may alarm or relieve worried parents, Levitt argues that parenting methods don't really matter much and that a backyard swimming pool is much more dangerous than a gun. These enlightening chapters are separated by effusive passages from Dubner's 2003 profile of Levitt in The New York Times Magazine, which led to the book being written. In a book filled with bold logic, such back-patting veers Freakonomics, however briefly, away from what Levitt actually has to say. Although maybe there's a good economic reason for that too, and we're just not getting it yet. --John Moe --This text refers to the Roughcut edition.

    From Publishers Weekly
    Starred Review. Forget your image of an economist as a crusty professor worried about fluctuating interest rates: Levitt focuses his attention on more intimate real-world issues, like whether reading to your baby will make her a better student. Recognition by fellow economists as one of the best young minds in his field led to a profile in the New York Times, written by Dubner, and that original article serves as a broad outline for an expanded look at Levitt's search for the hidden incentives behind all sorts of behavior. There isn't really a grand theory of everything here, except perhaps the suggestion that self-styled experts have a vested interest in promoting conventional wisdom even when it's wrong. Instead, Dubner and Levitt deconstruct everything from the organizational structure of drug-dealing gangs to baby-naming patterns. While some chapters might seem frivolous, others touch on more serious issues, including a detailed look at Levitt's controversial linkage between the legalization of abortion and a reduced crime rate two decades later. Underlying all these research subjects is a belief that complex phenomena can be understood if we find the right perspective. Levitt has a knack for making that principle relevant to our daily lives, which could make this book a hit. Malcolm Gladwell blurbs that Levitt "has the most interesting mind in America," an invitation Gladwell's own substantial fan base will find hard to resist. 50-city radio campaign. (May 1)
    http://rapidshare.com/files/10262746...evitt.zip.html
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    افتراضي The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century


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    Thomas L. Friedman is not so much a futurist, which he is sometimes called, as a presentist. His aim, in his new book, The World Is Flat, as in his earlier, influential Lexus and the Olive Tree, is not to give you a speculative preview of the wonders that are sure to come in your lifetime, but rather to get you caught up on the wonders that are already here. The world isn't going to be flat, it is flat, which gives Friedman's breathless narrative much of its urgency, and which also saves it from the Epcot-style polyester sheen that futurists--the optimistic ones at least--are inevitably prey to.

    What Friedman means by "flat" is "connected": the lowering of trade and political barriers and the exponential technical advances of the digital revolution have made it possible to do business, or almost anything else, instantaneously with billions of other people across the planet. This in itself should not be news to anyone. But the news that Friedman has to deliver is that just when we stopped paying attention to these developments--when the dot-com bust turned interest away from the business and technology pages and when 9/11 and the Iraq War turned all eyes toward the Middle East--is when they actually began to accelerate. Globalization 3.0, as he calls it, is driven not by major corporations or giant trade organizations like the World Bank, but by individuals: desktop freelancers and innovative startups all over the world (but especially in India and China) who can compete--and win--not just for low-wage manufacturing and information labor but, increasingly, for the highest-end research and design work as well. (He doesn't forget the "mutant supply chains" like Al-Qaeda that let the small act big in more destructive ways.) Friedman tells his eye-opening story with the catchy slogans and globe-hopping anecdotes that readers of his earlier books and his New York Times columns will know well, and also with a stern sort of optimism. He wants to tell you how exciting this new world is, but he also wants you to know you're going to be trampled if you don't keep up with it. His book is an excellent place to begin. --Tom Nissley

    Where Were You When the World Went Flat?



    Thomas L. Friedman's reporter's curiosity and his ability to recognize the patterns behind the most complex global developments have made him one of the most entertaining and authoritative sources for information about the wider world we live in, both as the foreign affairs columnist for the New York Times and as the author of landmark books like From Beirut to Jerusalem and The Lexus and the Olive Tree. They also make him an endlessly fascinating conversation partner, and we'd happily have peppered him with questions about The World Is Flat for hours. Read our interview to learn why there's almost no one from Washington, D.C., listed in the index of a book about the global economy, and what his one-plank platform for president would be. (Hint: his bumper stickers would say, "Can You Hear Me Now?")


    http://rapidshare.com/files/10265285...ry_1_.zip.html

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    افتراضي The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding Globalization



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    One day in 1992, Thomas Friedman toured a Lexus factory in Japan and marveled at the robots that put the luxury cars together. That evening, as he ate sushi on a Japanese bullet train, he read a story about yet another Middle East squabble between Palestinians and Israelis. And it hit him: Half the world was lusting after those Lexuses, or at least the brilliant technology that made them possible, and the other half was fighting over who owned which olive tree.
    Friedman, the well-traveled New York Times foreign-affairs columnist, peppers The Lexus and the Olive Tree with stories that illustrate his central theme: that globalization--the Lexus--is the central organizing principle of the post-cold war world, even though many individuals and nations resist by holding onto what has traditionally mattered to them--the olive tree.

    Problem is, few of us understand what exactly globalization means. As Friedman sees it, the concept, at first glance, is all about American hegemony, about Disneyfication of all corners of the earth. But the reality, thank goodness, is far more complex than that, involving international relations, global markets, and the rise of the power of individuals (Bill Gates, Osama Bin Laden) relative to the power of nations.

    No one knows how all this will shake out, but The Lexus and the Olive Tree is as good an overview of this sometimes brave, sometimes fearful new world as you'll find


    http://rapidshare.com/files/10265995...tion_.zip.html

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    Thumbs up فلسطين: سلام و ليس فصل عنصرى.... الكتاب الجديد لجيمى كارتر بإهداء من العزيزMaverick






    إضغط على صورة كتاب جيمى كارتر الجديد و حمّل الملف الصوتى الذى يمكنك من خلاله الإستماع إلى الكتاب بصوت جيمى كارتر نفسه (مع جزيل الشكر للعزيز Maverick , حيث أن الكتاب من إهداء الأستاذ Maverick لمكتبة الواحة)








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    افتراضي

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    تم اليوم الإنتهاء من إعادة إدراج روابط تحميل نشطة و تعمل (و تم تجربتها) لكافة الكتب بمكتبة الواحة للعلوم الإقتصاديّة و السياسيّة و الإستراتيجيّة (رابطى تحميل لكل كتاب , رابط أساسى للتحميل بالنقر على إسم الكتاب , و رابط إحتياطى للتحميل بالنقر على غلاف الكتاب) , و بذلك يكون قد تم إستكمال إدراج كافة الكتب التى تم فقد روابط تحميلها فى كافة أقسام مكتبة الواحة المصريّة.

    تحيّاتى




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    افتراضي المخابرات الأمريكيه Cia



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    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة Disappointed ; 11-09-2007 الساعة 07:58 AM سبب آخر: إعادة إدراج رابط تحميل نشط

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    افتراضي مشكلة إنتاج الغذاء فى الوطن العربى - د. محمد على الفرا

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    افتراضي المسلمون والإستعمار الأوربي لأفريقيا - د عبد الله عبد الرازق ابراهيم

    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة Disappointed ; 11-09-2007 الساعة 08:01 AM سبب آخر: إعادة إدراج رابط تحميل نشط

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