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1. Buddhism gets its name from a man known by his followers as the Buddha. He was born in a princely family in a region of Northern India  2. There are about 500 million Buddhists worldwide.  3. Buddhism is based on the teachings of Siddharta Gautama, known as the Buddha. His basic teachings are The Four Noble Truths and The Noble Eightfold Path.

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- Al- Qaeda is an international Islamic terrorism organisation. - Al-Qaeda established around 1988 by bin Laden - It was started by Osama Bin Laden - They operate mostly in Afghanistan and Pakistan - Al- Qaeda is responsible for the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, - they want American influences removed from muslim nations

Al-Qaida’s South Asian region’s spokesman Osama Mehmood expressed his solidarity towards the Taliban attack on the military-run school in Peshawar saying that they were “bursting with pain” over the attack.

- Shabbath is a special day for them and starts at sundown on Friday and finishes at sundown on Saturday, every week, celebrating God's day of rest after Creation.  - they celebrate Passover, which is a week long holiday celebrating the Hebrew slaves escaping from Egypt with Moses help.  - When a Jewish girl is twelve, or a Jewish boy thirteen, they have their Bar Mitzvah, which is a rite of passage into adulthood.

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Picture of Deep South farmers living in crippling poverty that helped persuade the wealthy elite to back Roosevelt's New Deal

Four African-American men and women fishing in creek near cotton plantations outside Belzoni, Mississippi in October (FSA photographer Marion P. Wolcott, Library of Congress)

When Franklin D. Roosevelt took office on 4 March 1933, unemployment was at 25 percent nationwide

Term Limit - The name is self explanatory, however this decree was set in place after Franklin D. Roosevelt served a whopping 4 terms as the President of the United States.

This photo captured After Roosevelt gave one of hşs famous fireside chats.The fireside chats were a series of thirty evening radio addresses given by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt between 1933 and 1944.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Christmas Eve Fireside Chat broadcast on the radio on December [Video]. During the president Roosevelt used nightly radio chats called "fireside chats" to communicate with the public.