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1. Project 369: The Law of Attraction Guided Workbook for Manifesting Your Dreams and Desires Using the 3-6-9 Power, Affirmation Technique, law of … manifestation workbook, manifest journal

Author: by N Mezili Publishing
B08XTS2J11
English
120 pages

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PROJECT 369 First Edition: The Law Of Attraction Guided Workbook For Manifesting Your Dreams And Desires. You have big dreams and you just know that you are meant for more, this is going to be your journal! This super simple manifestation journal focuses on what works to help make your desires come to life.

What is it you want to manifest for yourself? Maybe money, love, a new job, a fit body, new friends, or a life full of purpose, , weight loss, or whatever you desire. No matter what it is that you want, this manifestation planner will help you focus on your intentions and make you a deliberate creator of your life.

This manifestation book will show you the ways on how to manifest step by step and will guide you with the steps to truly manifesting the life you desire. TABLE OF CONTENTS-LAW OF ATTRACTION What is the Law of Attraction?

What does Science say? The Use Law of Attraction -CHECKS FROM THE UNIVERSE-THE SIGNIFICANCE OF 369 -369 METHODS Stage 1. Choose Your Manifestation Stage 2. Journal 3 Times in The Morning Stage 3. Journal 6 Times at Midday Stage 4. Compose Your Desire 9 Times Before Bed -DAY OF JOURNALING -MEDITATION Step By Step Instructions to Meditate -FREQUENCIES The Healing Frequencies of the Human Body Ways Sound Frequency Healing Can Improve Your Health -HOW TO MANIFEST LOVE -SIGNS OF THE UNIVERSE -AFFIRMATIONS When and how to Repeat Affirmations Day by day Affirmations for Success


2. 369 Manifestation Journal-Turning My Dream Into Reality: Nikola Tesla Manifestation Method-Affirmation Journal Writing Exercise For Women & Men-33 Days Of Abundance

Author: by Manifesting Miracle Publishers
B08WK2LJ22
English
140 pages

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Click on the LOOK INSIDE feature next to the book image to get a view of the beautiful interior of the pages in this journal. The 3 6 9 Manifestation/Affirmation Journal is a 33/45 day guide to manifest your realities. According to Nikola Tesla, Using the divine numbers of 3,6 and 9 this journal will amplify your desires.

The journal provides you with enough pages to do 2 rounds of 33 day manifestation of your desire. How to use this journal: (As Guided In The Book)During the day you will write your affirmation 3 times, In the afternoon you will write your affirmation 6 times and in the evening you will write your affirmation 9 times.

Do this daily and see your manifestations come to reality. Grab a copy for a Friend, Beloved Ones and Colleaguesand share & start the best manifestation journey together! Make a purchase now and relax!! Book Details: Book Size: 8. 5 x 11 inches Book Pages: 140 High Quality PagesBook Cover: Soft Matte Finish CoverBest Manifestation Journal Under $10 !!


3. Arabs: A 3,000-Year History of Peoples, Tribes and Empires

Author: by Tim Mackintosh-Smith
English
656 pages
0300251637

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A SUNDAY TIMES AND TLS BOOK OF THE YEAR “Masterly and brilliant”Simon Sebag Montefiore “A book of vast scope and stunning insight.”Anthony Sattin, Spectator Commanding erudition and a swashbuckling style define this history of the ArabsJustin Marozzi, Sunday Times This kaleidoscopic book covers almost 3,000 years of Arab history and shines a light on the footloose Arab peoples and tribes who conquered lands and disseminated their language and culture over vast distances.

Tracing this process to the origins of the Arabic language, rather than the advent of Islam, Tim Mackintosh-Smith begins his narrative more than a thousand years before Muhammad and focuses on how Arabic, both spoken and written, has functioned as a vital source of shared cultural identity over the millennia.

Mackintosh-Smith reveals how linguistic developmentsfrom pre-Islamic poetry to the growth of script, Muhammad’s use of writing, and the later problems of printing Arabichave helped and hindered the progress of Arab history, and investigates how, even in today’s politically fractured postArab Spring environment, Arabic itself is still a source of unity and disunity.


4. The Fires of Babylon: Eagle Troop and the Battle of 73 Easting

Author: by Mike Guardia
B0113IL7MM
August 4, 2015
English

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A riveting true story of tank warfare in Iraq during Operation Desert Storm under the command of Captain H.R.McMaster. As a new generation of main battle tanks came onto the line during the 1980s, neither the United States nor the USSR had the chance to pit them in combat.

But once the Cold War between the superpowers waned, Iraq’s Saddam Hussein provided the chance with his invasion of Kuwait. Finally the new US M1A1 tank would see how it fared against the vaunted Soviet-built T-72. On the morning of August 2, 1990, Iraqi armored divisions invaded the tiny emirate of Kuwait.

The Iraqi Army, after its long war with Iran, had more combat experience than the US Army. Who knew if America’s untested forces could be shipped across the world and then contest the battle-hardened Iraqis on their home ground? The Kuwaitis had collapsed easily enough, but the invasion drew fierce condemnation from the United Nations, which demanded Hussein’s withdrawal.

Undeterred by the rhetoric, the Iraqi dictator massed his forces along the Saudi Arabian border and dared the world to stop him. In response, the United States led the world community in a coalition of 34 nations in what became known as Operation Desert Storma violent air and ground campaign to eject the Iraqis from Kuwait.


5. Desert Storm Volume 2: Operation Desert Storm and the Coalition Liberation of Kuwait 1991 (Middle [email protected])

Author: by E.R. Hooton
English
80 pages
1913336352

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Early in the morning of 2 August 1990, aircraft of the Iraqi Air Force bombed Kuwaiti air bases, and then the Iraqi Republican Guards stormed into the country. Thus began what would be called the Gulf War’ or the II Gulf War’ or II Persian Gulf War’ fought between January and March 1991.

Although encountering some problems, the Iraqi forces occupied Kuwait in a matter of a few days. However, when President Saddam Hussein of Iraq unleashed his military upon Kuwait, little did he know what kind of reaction he would provoke from the Western superpowers, and what kind of devastation his country would suffer in return.

Concerned about the possibility of Iraq continuing its advance into Saudi Arabia, the USA in coordination with Great Britain, France, and several local allies reacted by deploying large contingents of their air, land and naval forces to the Middle East.

Months of fruitless negotiations and the continuous military buildup Operation Desert Shield followed, as tensions continued to increase. Determined to retain Kuwait, and despite multiple warnings from his own generals, Saddam Hussein rejected all demands to withdraw. The USA and its allies, the Coalition’, were equally as determined to drive out the invader and restore Kuwaiti independence.


6. Tornado: In the Eye of the Storm

Author: by John Nichol
English
1471180522
978-1471180521

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Former Tornado Navigator John Nichol tells the incredible story of the RAF Tornado force during the First Gulf War in 1991; the excitement and the danger, the fear and the losses. It is an extraordinary account of courage and fortitude. We were doing about 620 miles-per-hour, 200 feet above the desert, in total darkness.

Everything was running on rails as we approached the target. Then all hell broke loose. I remember the missile being fired at us; I broke left and shouted, Chaff! All I could see was a flame, like a very large firework, coming towards me.

Then there was a huge white flash. I remember an enormous wind and then I was knocked unconscious. My last thoughts were that I was going to die.’In 1990, Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein ordered the invasion and occupation of neighbouring Kuwait, setting in motion a chain of events that had unimaginable political, military and personal repercussions, which still reverberate around the globe today.

This is the story of the aircrew at the heart of Operation Desert Storm, almost none of whom had any prior experience of armed combat. It is the story of the Tornado’s missions, of those who did not return – and of the families who watched and waited as one of the most complex conflicts in recent history unfolded live on television.


7. Republic of Fear: The Politics of Modern Iraq, Updated Edition

Author: by Kanan Makiya
English
323 pages
0520214390

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First published in 1989, just before the Gulf War broke out, Republic of Fear was the only book that explained the motives of the Saddam Hussein regime in invading and annexing Kuwait. This edition, updated in 1998, has a substantial introduction focusing on the changes in Hussein’s regime since the Gulf War.

In 1968 a coup d’tat brought into power an extraordinary regime in Iraq, one that stood apart from other regimes in the Middle East. Between 1968 and 1980, this new regime, headed by the Arab Ba’th Socialist party, used ruthless repression and relentless organization to transform the way Iraqis think and react to political questions.

In just twelve years, a party of a few thousand people grew to include nearly ten percent of the Iraqi population. This book describes the experience of Ba’thism from 1968 to 1980 and analyzes the kind of political authority it engendered, culminating in the personality cult around Saddam Hussein.

Fear, the author argues, is at the heart of Ba’thi politics and has become the cement for a genuine authority, however bizarre. Examining Iraqi history in a search for clues to understanding contemporary political affairs, the author illustrates how the quality of Ba’thi pan-Arabism as an ideology, the centrality of the first experience of pan-Arabism in Iraq, and the interaction between the Ba’th and communist parties in Iraq from 1958 to 1968 were crucial in shaping the current regime.


8. Kuwait Transformed: A History of Oil and Urban Life

Author: by Farah Al-Nakib
0804798524
Stanford University Press
English

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As the first Gulf city to experience oil urbanization, Kuwait City’s transformation in the mid-twentieth century inaugurated a now-familiar regional narrative: a small traditional town of mudbrick courtyard houses and plentiful foot traffic transformed into a modern city with marble-fronted buildings, vast suburbs, and wide highways.

In Kuwait Transformed, Farah Al-Nakib connects the city’s past and present, from its settlement in 1716 to the twenty-first century, through the bridge of oil discovery. She traces the relationships between the urban landscape, patterns and practices of everyday life, and social behaviors and relations in Kuwait.

The history that emerges reveals how decades of urban planning, suburbanization, and privatization have eroded an open, tolerant society and given rise to the insularity, xenophobia, and divisiveness that characterize Kuwaiti social relations today. The book makes a call for a restoration of the city that modern planning eliminated.


9. Crusade : The Untold Story of the Persian Gulf War

Author: by Rick Atkinson
Houghton Mifflin
English
575 pages

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Integrating interviews with individuals ranging from senior policymakers to frontline soldiers, a look at the Persian Gulf War shows how the conflict transformed modern warfare

10. Hunting the Caliphate: America's War on ISIS and the Dawn of the Strike Cell

Author: by Dana J. H. Pittard
Post Hill Press
English
352 pages

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As seen on Fox News! See America’s campaign against ISIS through the eyes of the men on the ground. In this vivid first-person narrative, a Special Operations Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) and his commanding general give fascinating and detailed accounts of America’s fight against one of the most barbaric insurgencies the world has ever seen.

In the summer of 2014, three years after America’s full troop withdrawal from the Iraq War, President Barack Obama authorized a small task force to push back into Baghdad. Their mission: Protect the Iraqi capital and U.S. Embassy from a rapidly emerging terrorist threat.

A plague of brutality, that would come to be known as ISIS, had created a foothold in northwest Iraq and northeast Syria. It had declared itself a Caliphatean independent nation-state administered by an extreme and cruel form of Islamic lawand was spreading like a newly evolved virus.

Soon, a massive and devastating U.S. Military response had unfolded. Hear the ground truth on the senior military and political interactions that shaped America’s war against ISIS, a war unprecedented in both its methodology and its application of modern military technology.

11. Gassed in the Gulf: The Inside Story of the Pentagon-CIA Cover-up of Gulf War Syndrome

Author: by Patrick Eddington
iUniverse
English
383 pages

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Eddingtons book comes off as a well-written, well-documented account of what happens when a CIA employee rocks the boat. It raises concerns that go beyond Desert Storm, a fear that the CIA has given up its independence form the Pentagon.

The Birmingham News, 7/13/97

12. Desert Storm. Volume 1: The Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait & Operation Desert Shield 1990-1991 (Middle [email protected])

Author: by E.R. Hooton
English
112 pages
1911628224

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Early in the morning of 2 August 1990, aircraft of the Iraqi Air Force bombed Kuwaiti air bases, and then the Iraqi Republican Guards stormed into the country. Thus began what would be called the Gulf War’ also the II Gulf War’, and sometimes the II Persian Gulf War’ fought between January and March 1991.

Although encountering some problems, the Iraqi forces occupied Kuwait in a matter of few days. However, when President Saddam Hussein of Iraq unleashed his military upon Kuwait, little did he know what kind of reaction he would provoke from the Western superpowers, and what kind of devastation his country would suffer in return.

Concerned about the possibility of Iraq continuing its advance into Saudi Arabia, the USA in coordination with Great Britain, France, and several local allies reacted by deploying large contingents of their air, land, and naval forces to the Middle East.

Months of fruitless negotiations and the continuous military buildup Operation Desert Shield followed, as tensions continued to increase. Determined to retain Kuwait, and despite multiple warnings from his own generals, Saddam Hussein rejected all demands to withdraw. The USA and its allies, the Coalition’, were as determined to drive out the invader and restore Kuwaiti independence.

13. America's First Clash with Iran: The Tanker War, 1987–88

Author: by Lee Allen Zatarain
B004DI7R3S
Casemate
English

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A revealing account of the US conflict with Iran over the Persian Gulf during the Reagan eraand the groundwork it set for today’s tensions. In May 1987, the US frigate Stark was blown apart by an Iraqi jet fighter in the Persian Gulf, jumpstarting a major conflict with Iran that came to be known as the Tanker War.

In America’s First Clash with Iran, author Lee Allen Zatarain employs Pentagon documents and firsthand interviews to reveal the full story of a conflict that may have presaged further battles to come. At the climax of the Iran-Iraq War, Iran was losing on the battlefield.

Ayatollah Khomeini decided to close the Persian Gulf against shipping from Iraq’s oil-rich backer, the emirate of Kuwait. When the United States sent a fleet to the Gulf, raising the Stars and Stripes over Kuwait’s commercial tankers, a tinderbox was set off.

The Iranians laid mines throughout the narrow passage and launched attack boats against both tankers and US warships. The US Navy fought its largest surface battle since World War II against the Ayatollah’s assault boats. As Saddam Hussein looked on, Iranian gunners fired missiles against US forcesactions which, if made known at the time, would have required the US Congress to declare war against Iran.

14. Inside the Danger Zone: The U.S. Military in the Persian Gulf, 1987-1988

Author: by Harold Lee Wise
Naval Institute Press
English
272 pages

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From the Iraqi attack on the USS Stark to Iranian mine fields to Revolutionary Guard gunboats, the 1987-88 Persian Gulf was a place of shadowy danger for U.S. Navy ships assigned to protect oil tankers during the Iran-Iraq War.

A low-profile escort mission quickly became an international test of wills between the United States and Iran. The conflict escalated to involve secret missions and special operations until finally the United States and Iran engaged in open combat, most notably during Operation Praying Mantis in April 1988, the world’s largest sea-air battle since World War II.

It was the largest deployment of American forces between the Vietnam War and Desert Storm and one with dramatic implications for subsequent events. Yet, the story remained mostly untold and misunderstood for almost two decades. Inside the Danger Zone is the first book ever published to focus on this period, a fourteen-month span that saw an unprecedented series of American military action in this volatile region.

15. Kuwait Travel Guide: Tourism

Author: by Jesse Russell
English
120 pages
1709540389

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Kuwait Travel Guide.Tourism. In the past, Kuwait had to undergo tough war times, but nowadays it’s a peaceful country, which billion dollar oil industry allowed performing of a massive restoration and building modern metropolises. Nowadays, the country attracts numerous travelers who come to rest on Failaka Island, discover sights of Kuwait City and enjoy spectacular beach rest.

Scuba diving and snorkeling become increasingly popular in Kuwait. In order to make underwater life even more picturesque, many coral reefs are being restored in the country. Even without diving, beautiful white sand beaches are very captivating, so rest in one of numerous resorts of the country will leave many pleasant memories.

Kuwait Towers have quickly become a symbol of Kuwait City, the capital of the country. The three towers were finished in 1979. The main tower is 187m high and is open for visitors. There are an observation deck and a restaurant at the height of 123 meters; the tower rotates slowly and makes a full circle in 30 minutes.