By Ghazi A. Algosaibi
First released in 1982. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
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And some of them are completely blind to the moral problem and proceed as though taking a bribe were a natural thing like drinking water or eating and breathing. Yet the bribeocrat, in spite of all his gains, does not know happiness. He cannot be happy with his wealth. On the one hand, he is forced to conceal the greater part of his wealth. ) On the other hand, he is too busy making money to enjoy spending it. Nor can the bribeocrat enjoy his undoubted intelligence. This intelligence is in constant use in discovering new methods of acquisition, or in shielding himself from discovery, leaving no room for innovation, invention or for achieving any higher principle beyond mere self-interest.
Following Syria's secession from the Union in September 1961, Nasser declared a new hard line policy aimed at combating 'reactionaries' who were held to blame together with the 'imperialists' for Syria's breakaway. The Saudi regime reacted by adopting an anti-socialist role. All the differences and disagreements between the two regimes came to the force. Violent propaganda attacks were exchanged. e. Syria, Yemen and Jordan. Yemen, following the 1962 revolution which abolished the Imamic regime and led to a counter-revolution, became the battleground for the warring revolutionary and conservative camps.
It aims at providing the student with ideal conditions for everything related to his studies. It aims at enabling him to attain the skills and necessary capabilities for his chosen field of specialization, as well as leading the intellectual and scientific movement in the country, with full participation in many aspects of responsible life in the community. This second philosophy is the one that it is most fitting for us to adopt in Saudi Arabia. Our universities are still growing and we, young country as we are, are still equal to the task of searching for the best in every field.