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Should The Olympics Be Held In The Month Of Ramadan?
The 2012 olympics will be held during the month of ramadan meaning Muslim atheletes are disadvantaged if they fast. They will not be able to eat and drink during daylight hours. It is possible to defer ramadan to a later time in the year but should Muslim atheletes be put in the position of chosing between their faith and there sporting event?
(This debate is particularly concentrated on tectonic hazards such earthquakes and volcanoes)
I have noticed that in other arguements, people have stated that in hazards, people are lost in both the primary effects (such as pyroclastic flow) and secondary effects (such as drought) of a hazard.
This debate is to find out which you think is the effect what causes the biggest toll in: death, money,resources,etc.
P.S I hope I have made this debate the way your surposed to.
Telecommunications’ Managers take care of communications technologies in an organization, such as telephones, PCs/laptops, tablets, mobile phones, and fax machines, so that its daily operations happen seamlessly.With the arrival of the Internet and video conferencing, the ways in which businesses communicate with their vendors and clients have become more comfortable. It is the responsibility of Telecommunications Managers to ensure that these technologies work uninterruptedly. They are, in fact, the intermediaries between their organizations and the providers of these services.
The destruction and devestation caused by a natural disaster varies according to which country it hits. Countries that have a higher GNP are less likely to have a high mortality rate from the disaster and less likely to suffer a large economic impact.
The Brazilian government has to develop it's natural resources in order for it to be able to develop. This will mean a continuation of the rainforest destruction that has seen 18% of the Amazon disappear already. The Brazilian government has to put the needs of the Brazilian people before global environmental concerns.