Yeah, in terms of working/teaching at the british council it's the same (as long as you're not locally appointed i.e tunisian!) then you're contract will be via London (so no French or Arabic required)
Totally agree with you about the tourism route - I think knowledge of a few...
No- definately not the case (I work there and don't speak a word of French or Arabic!) You need to be a native/near native English speaker, have the CELTA or Certified Trinity cert (only these two are recognised by the British Council) plus min 2 years post qualification experience...
Aw absolutely not, never. An exception would certainly be made in this situation..
(like a doctor doing an important operation, somebody witnessing an accident and going to help...) There's no question.
Yes- a Muslim's priority will most certainly be Allah/God..(as it would be for any practising Jew or Christian) I agree with lots of comments on this thread - Islam places a great emphasis on looking after your family and your parents (especially your mother) and making sure that everybody...