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The different uses and vales of camel culture in the past and present .

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Camel culture in the UAE FRESHEMEN COMUNICATION 151 ASSIGNMENT 2 DONE BY: ADNAN MOHAMMED AHMED ALI ALMENHLI ID: 020900090 T0: D. RONALD Abstract: This report will talk about the different uses and vales camel culture in the past and present . Content Introduction:...........................................................................3 I-In the past:...........................................................................3 * A-Traveling and Trading: ................................................4 * B- Camel's Milk.............................................................4 * C- The Value of Camel......................................................5 I-In the present :.......................................................................5 * A Compition..................................................................6 o A.1 Camel racing....................................................6 o A.2 Al Muzayna.....................................................6 * B-The value of camel........................................................7 Conclusion:............................................................................7 Glossary.................................................................................8 Works Cited............................................................................9 Camel culture in the U.A.E Introduction: In the past, citizens used camel for traveling and trading as well as their milk. However, local people in the U.A.E mainly use camels just for entertainment in racing or in tourism These changes happened in the U.A.E because of the demand of life after discovering oil which makes people use cars and trucks instead of camel in trading and traveling. Nevertheless, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahyan encourages local people to re-care about camels by making camel racing and Al muzayan(1) competitions. ...read more.

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B- Camel's Milk "My grand mother can hold a camel down by her hands. However, if you ask any girls or even men, they can't do it because people in the past used to drink camels milks" Mohammed A. Almenhali Camel's milk is so tasty and can give the human strange bones but the problem is how they can clean camel's milk and what is the old process of cleaning camels? "You should boil it and wait for bubbles of milk. Afterthat , you should take the bubbles from the milk and untile it is cold then drink it after saying The Name of GOD" Mohammed A. Almenhali The process in the past was so easy but no one from foreign people will drink it after this cleaning because they think that it is not enough. C- The Value of Camel In the past, the value of camels was diffenet according to ability of carrying goods and their tasty milk. Also, if the female camel can breed more babies , that would rise its value even in the present. ...read more.

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B-The value of camel The ruler of the U.A.E has a big grace because he keeps camel uses safe from existence in the U.A.E. Unfortunately, these caring from his highness rised the value and the price of camels to millions especially the winner camel at either camel racing or Al_muzayna . .However , Sheikh Zayed ordered camel's merchants to reduse the price of camel which it for slaying in wedding. Conclusion: In the past, local people used camels for traveling or either their milk. However, discovering oil was the turning point in the U.A.E for using camels according to the demands of lifestyle. So, citizens changed their camels into cars because of the speed and luxuriousness of cars. Fortunately, Sheikh Zayed played the major role to encorage citizens to re-care about camels by making a couple of competitions such as camel racing and Al Muzayna every season. Glossary (1)AlMuzayna: A completion of the tasty milk of camels . (2)Qafila: a group of camels, going together in one direction . (3)Howdaj: a big box with a comfortable pads for women and children (4)AL-Amear: a leader of the al Qafila who know the direction of the way. ...read more.

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