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Geography of Denmark

Denmark is a Nordic country located in Northern Europe. It consists of the Jutland peninsula and several islands in the Baltic sea, referred to as the Danish Archipelago. Denmark is located southwest of Sweden and due south of Norway and is bordered by the German state Schleswig-Holstein to the south, on Denmark's only land border, 68 kilometers long. Denmark borders both the North Seas along its 8,750 km tidal shoreline. Denmark's general coastline is much shorter, at 1,701 km, as it would not include most of the 1,419 offshore islands and the 180 km long Limfjorden, which separates Denmark's second largest island, North Jutlandic Island, 4,686 km2 in size, from the rest of Jutland. No location in Denmark is further from the coast than 52 km; the land area of Denmark is estimated to be 43,094 km2. However, it cannot be stated since the ocean erodes and adds material to the coastline, there are human land reclamation projects. On the southwest coast of Jutland, the tide is between 1 and 2 m, the tideline moves outward and inward on a 10 km stretch.

Denmark has an Exclusive Economic Zone of 105,989 km2. When including Greenland and the Faroe Islands the EEZ is the 15th largest in the world with 2,220,093 km2. A circle enclosing the same total area as Denmark would have a diameter of 234 km. Denmark has 443 named islands; the largest islands are Funen. The island of Bornholm is located east in the Baltic Sea. Many of the larger islands are connected by bridges. Ferries or small aircraft connect to the smaller islands. Main cities are the capital Copenhagen on Zealand. Denmark experiences a temperate climate; this means that the winters are mild and windy and the summers are cool. The local terrain is flat with a few rolling plains; the territory of Denmark includes the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea and the rest of metropolitan Denmark, but excludes the Faroe Islands and Greenland. Its position gives Denmark complete control of the Danish Straits linking the North Seas; the country's natural resources include petroleum, natural gas, salt, chalk, stone and sand.

Arable land: 55.99% Permanent crops: 0.14% Other: 42.87% Irrigated land: 4,354 km² Total renewable water resources: 6 km3 Freshwater withdrawal: total: 0.66 km3/yr per capita: 118.4 m3/yr Denmark has plenty of rain, flat landscape, moderate climate. With 55.99% of its land considered as arable, Denmark has model characteristics for agriculture. 61% of the country's total area is cultivated Farms in Denmark are remarkably large, averaging 172.9 acres per farm. Additionally, homesteads exceeding 247 acres make up more than 20% in Denmark. Many of these large farms harvest fruits and vegetables, the leading exports from Denmark are meat and dairy products; the animal's diets in Denmark consist of cereals since they are the dominant field crop. 75% of all cereal produced in Denmark is feed to the four most produced animals which are pigs, cattle and mink. Denmark overproduces about 66% of food production compared to their own population size being that they are able to feed 15 million people; this is a byproduct of being productive within the Danish agricultural production.

In 1961, Denmark's Agricultural land represented 74.5% of land area. Fifty-six years to 2015, Denmark has decreased its amount of Agricultural land down to 62.1% to 61% one year in reference to "Facts and Figures - Danish Agriculture and Food" The decrease in agricultural land comes as farmers are being well educated and the intensive amount of research and development is being implemented. It begins with advancements in agro-technology; the results have improved nutrient use on arable land. Digestibility and nutrient uptake are developing from the improvements of new methods that are being implemented. Examples of these new methods are the addition of microbial cultures. Flooding is a threat in some areas of the country Air pollution, principally from vehicle and power plant emissions Nitrogen and phosphorus pollution of the North Sea Drinking and surface water becoming polluted from animal wastes and pesticides Party to: Air Pollution, Air Pollution-Nitrogen Oxides, Air Pollution-Sulphur 85, Air Pollution-Sulphur 94, Air Pollution-Volatile Organic Compounds, Antarctic Treaty, Climate Change, Endangered Species, Environmental Modification, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Marine Dumping, Marine Life Conservation, Nuclear Test Ban, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, Tropical Timber 83, Tropical Timber 94, Whaling Signed, but not ratified: Air Pollution-Persistent Organic Pollutants, Antarctic-Environmental Protocol, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol Contiguous zone: 24 nmi Continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation Exclusive economic zone: 105,989 km2.

200 nmi Territorial sea: 12 nmi Iceland disputes the Faroe Islands' fisheries median line. Iceland and the United Kingdom dispute Denmark's claim that the Faroe Islands' contine

Aeromedical Isolation Team

The Aeromedical Isolation Team of the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Maryland was a military rapid response team with worldwide airlift capability designed to safely evacuate and manage contagious patients under high-level bio-containment conditions. Created in 1978, during its final years the AIT was one of MEDCOM’s Special Medical Augmentation Response Teams comprising a portable containment laboratory along with its transit isolators for patient transport. Contingency missions included bioterrorism scenarios as well as the extraction of scientists with exotic infections from remote sites in foreign countries; the AIT trained continuously and was put on alert status, but only deployed for “real world” missions four times. The AIT was decommissioned in 2010 and its mission assumed by one of the US Air Force’s Critical Care Air Transport Teams; the AIT was created in 1978 for purposes of contingency air evacuation of a hypothetical USAMRIID researcher who might become exposed to a infectious pathogen while undertaking endemic surveillance in remote areas of the world where a suspected or known disease outbreak was occurring.

At the core of AIT operations was its specialized equipment, notably the Aircraft Transit Isolator. Developed by Vickers in the U. K. in the 1970s — and manufactured in years by Elwyn Roberts Isolators, Shropshire, UK, until 2007 — the ATI was a self-contained unit capable of transporting a patient with a virulent disease and at the same time providing maximum microbiological security while full nursing care and treatment are rendered. It was designed to minimize the risk of transmission to air crews and caregivers, whether military or civilian; the interior of the isolator was maintained at a pressure negative to the external environment by a high-efficiency particulate air filtered blower. The isolator could be attached directly to a transfer port, situated on the external wall of the main USAMRIID building, to allow movement of the patient into a BSL-4 medical care suite without exposing the environment to the patient. While moving the isolator, team members wore protective suits and positive-pressure, HEPA-filtered Racal hoods.

Throughout its existence the AIT was associated with a BSL-4 Medical Containment Suite at USAMRIID for ICU-level patient care under biocontainment. The MCS was built in 1969 and became operational in 1972. Over the years the scope of the AIT/MCS mission was expanded to include U. S. military personnel, the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U. S. citizens or foreign nationals deemed to be in need of service by the U. S. Department of State; the AIT trained with similar teams of foreign allies. In 2007, due to the death of Mr Roberts, the ATI and associated products ceased to be manufactured. During 2008-2010, the AIT began preliminary training with, testing of, a new transit isolator product — the Patient Isolation Unit — developed by the Gentex Corporation under a contract with the U. S. Air Force; the AIT was decommissioned — along with the MCS — in 2010 and its mission was assumed by one of the US Air Force’s Critical Care Air Transport Teams. The Air Force's capabilities, however, do not meet the standard of biocontainment facilities, but rather represent enhanced patient isolation.

No BSL-4 ICU facility has replaced the Army's former MCS to date. Deployed to Reston, Ebola outbreak, 1989 Deployed to Sweden in support of Marburg virus patient management, 1989 Alerted for Ebola outbreak in Zaire, 1993 On call for Yale researcher with Sabia virus exposure, 1994 Alerted for military physician Machupo virus exposure, 1994 Alert for Ebola, Zaire outbreak, 1995 Deployed to Wright-Patterson AFB, Bio-bomblets, Dec 1995 Alerted for deployment to Rwanda/Zaire 1996 NYC, Bronx Zoo, West Nile virus, Oct 1999 Alerted to support with possible Ebola exposure in Uganda, Dec 2000 Alerted for support with anthrax mailings, 2001 Alerted to support WTC attacks, 2001 On orders to support the Presidential State of the Union Address, 30 January 2002 On orders to support the Winter Olympics, 17 January to 20 March 2002 Advisors for SARS outbreak, 2003 Alerted for XDR-TB patient, May 2007 Alerted for Viral hemorrhagic fever outbreak in Congo, Aug 2007 United States biological defense program List of former United States Army medical units Aeromedical Biological Containment System

Solaiman Haque Joarder

Solaiman Haque Joarder known as Solaiman Haque Joarder Selun is a Bangladesh Awami League politician and the incumbent Member of Parliament from Chuadanga-1. Joarder was born on 15 March 1946, he completed his education up to S. S. C. or grade ten. During the Bangladesh Liberation war he served in the Mukti Bahini. Joarder had contested parliamentary elections four times unsuccessfully, he was first election in the 2008 Bangladesh general election from Chuadanga-1. He was reelected unopposed in 2014 Bangladesh general elections. On 24 March 2012 he received government approval for his private university, First Capital University, in Chuadanga District, he is a member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications. On 24 January 2014 he was appointed a whip the 10th Parliament. Joarder's brother, Reazul Islam, is the mayor of Chuadanga Sadar. Joarder and his brother, Reazul Islam, filed cases against 80 people including The Daily Amar Desh correspondent Dalim Hossain and the Prothom Alo correspondent Shah Alam in 2009.

Dalim Hossain was arrested in the case. Joarder and supporters attacked the Chuadanga Sadar Police Station on 3 December 2015 injuring police officers including the district police chief; the attack was the result of the police's refusal to release two members of Bangladesh Chhatra League arrested earlier that day. One of the arrested man, was the Secretary General of Chuadanga District unit of Bangladesh Chhatra League and the nephew of Joarder; the police on 5 December 2015 filed cases against 30 people excluding Joarder from the list of accused

Larry Wade Carrell

Larry Wade Carrell is an American actor and director. He is known for his horror movie Jacob; the film earned 16 awards worldwide including the Platinum Remi Award for Best Picture at the 45th Annual Worldfest International Film Festival. Jacob was well received by critics gaining Larry a solid fan base as a director and actor in the multimillion-dollar indie film world, the film went on to be released worldwide, he lives in Texas. Larry was the born in the small Texas town of Alvin to the parents of Wade Carrell. Larry Carrell's passion for entertaining began early in life. Larry started playing guitar at age 3. By the age of 10 he was a talented guitarist, his love of music led to an interest in movies. Larry Wade Carrell on the Internet Movie Database Official Website Official Movie Trailer for Jacob Larry Wade Carrell on Twitter Larry Wade Carrell on Facebook

Bangladesh Awami Olama League

Bangladesh Awami Olama League is a religious organization of Bangladesh that claims affiliation with the ruling Bangladesh Awami League. Although the Bangladesh Awami League denies any relationship, critics argue it uses platforms such as the Olama League for its own political benefits; the Awami Olama League was founded in 1996 on the directives of the Awami League president and prime minister, Sheikh Hasina. Awami League denies involvement with it, although members maintain close ties with Awami League decision makers. Analysts argue that this gives the Awami League an "Islamic label" and serves as a "pocket organization" rather than a source of opposition; the organization is divided into several factions, one led by Ismail Hossain Bin Helali, another led by Abdul Hasan Sheikh Shariatpuri, who are rival Sufi groups. They accuse each other of being "agents" of Jamaat-e-Islami and being "illiterate"; the two factions have clashed violently and repeatedly. In 2016, the organization demanded a stop to government funding of Pahela Baishakh and a ban on airing of Indian channels in Bangladesh.

In 2017, Olama League demanded a removal of the placement of a statue of a Greek goddess of justice from the premises of the Supreme Court. Islam in Bangladesh

Syed Jawad Naqvi

Allama Syed Jawad Naqvi is a Pakistani Twelver Shia cleric, religious leader and Qur'anic interpreter.. He has three PhDs in philosophy and Fiqh, he has taught Islam in Iran for more than 30 years. His most prominent teacher was Ayatollah Abdollah Javadi-Amoli. Naqvi is the chancellor of Jamia Urwa-tul-Wusqa an Islamic seminary in Lahore and Principal of Howza Ilmia Jamia Jaffria in Gujranwala, he is the principal of Ummul Kitaab Ladies Islamic University in Lahore, head of Deen-ul-Qayyim Online Islamic seminary and chairman of Siraat Education Schooling System. Naqvi is the editor of the monthly magazine Masharab-e-Naab, he is a staunch supporter of the Islamic Revolution of Iran. In many of his speeches he propagates theories of Wilayat-e-Fiqh. Syed Jawad Naqvi is the leader of movement of Islamic Awakening in the sub-continent. ″Tehreek e Baidari e Ummat e Mustafa SAWW″ was launched in the congregation of 7 October 2012 held at Nasir Bagh Lahore in condemnation of blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad.

Gatherings were held throughout Pakistan in order to initiate a movement against nations such as the US and Israel who were held responsible for this blasphemy. According to Syed Jawad Naqvi, Tehreek e Baidari e Ummat e Mustafa SAWW is not an organizational set-up of any political party but it is a socio-cultural and educational movement for the mobilization of Ummah. Islamic Awakening or Islamic revival is global phenomenon of political Islam which started in 20th century and was expedited by Islamic Revolution in Iran. Though he is one of knowledgeable cleric in India and pakistan subcontinent. In March 2015, just after the inauguration of Jamia Masjid Allama Mufti Jaffar, Friday prayer started there and Syed Jawad Naqvi delivered more than 70 Friday sermons there. Now he delivers "Friday Lectures" in Lahore. Weekly Ahyae Jumma newspaper is published of these Friday lectures; this newspaper contains detailed political analysis of weekly national and global issues. Naqvi has written many books on the Quran, Pan Islamic Unity and Islam including: Islam and Secularism Adaab-e-Fahm-e-Quran Aqdar-e-Ashura Fitna Akhruz Zaman Wahdat Ummat Ka Faramoush Rukn Rasm-i-Shabiri Hussain -Waris-e-Anbia Karbala ek hi rastaAlthough most of his works are in Urdu, some of his publications have been translated into English, such as The Candle of the Path of Allah Defeated Velvet Revolution in Iran Values of Aashura The Philosophy of Islam The System of Wilayat Nuclear Deal or No Deal War on Yemen Recognition of Quran Basis of Wilayat-e-Faqeeh In 2013, Naqvi was banned by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif from lecturing at Masjid-e-Muhammadi in Lahore, over the fears that his lectures would incite action against oppression.

This occurred after Police deliberately prevented Naqvi's security from entering the mosque, sparking mass protests outside the mosque. His security guard was carrying unlicensed weapon In a report of an American Institute, he has been described as pro-Iran and alleged to be financially supported by Iran. Alex Vatanka writes in an article titled "The Guardian of Pakistan's Shia" published by Hudson Institute, a strategic think-tank based in Washington, it Says: "Accordingly, many of Pakistan's Shia religious figures have become vocal and partisan supporters of Khamenei. For example, Syed Jawad Naqvi, a true prominent Islamic preacher and the head of a state of the art Shia seminary in Pakistan, idealizes the theocracy in the Islamic Republic of Iran and calls himself a devoted follower of Khamenei, he has additionally published articles as well as a book denouncing Iran's anti-clerical Green opposition movement. Naqvi's seminary was established in part with financial support from Iran." Some researchers have contributed works about his political ideology.

1. Politics of Shi‘i Identity in South Asia: Syed Jawad Naqvi's Concept of Wilayat-i Fiqh by Wendy Qian (Centre for Modern Indian Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen. 2. "Notes from the Margins: Shi‘a Political Theology in Contemporary Pakistan" by Mashal Saif, Duke University, North Carolina, US. Arif Hussain Hussaini Ibrahim Zakzaky Hassan Nasrallah Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr Mohammad Beheshti Morteza Motahhari Mohammad-Taqi Mesbah-Yazdi Abdollah Javadi-Amoli Abul A'la Maududi Muhammad Iqbal Lectures & speeches of Agha Syed Jawad Naqvi