2 edition of short political guide to the Arab world. found in the catalog.
short political guide to the Arab world.
|Series||Books that matter|
|LC Classifications||DS38 .P37|
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|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||60014461|
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Short political guide to the Arab world. London, Pall Mall Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Partner. With the decline of the Abbasid caliphate in the ninth and tenth centuries, the political unity of die Muslim world fell 15 A SHORT POLITICAL GUIDE TO THE ARAB WORLD into ruins.
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'The book's strength is that it has been written by an Arab practitioner, with deep knowledge of the customs and traditions of the Arab world. It is comprehensive in the areas it covers, and effectively uses testimonies from people around the world to make its s: This assessment of Arab culture is intended as a guide to MoD and other government personnel who may visit Arab countries.
The report concentrates on historical,social and cultural themes. The. Liana Badr was born in in Jerusalem to a nationalist family, and was raised in Jericho. She obtained a BA in philosophy and psychology from the Beirut Arab University. She was not able to complete her MA due to the Lebanese civil war.
She worked as a volunteer in various Palestinian women’s organizations, and as an editor in the Al Hurriyya review cultural section. Having just read The War That Ended Peace, the title “How the West Stole Democracy From the Arabs” appeared as an intriguing and fortuitous follow up.
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A court in Cairo has sentenced six young female bloggers to prison — not for political offenses, but for violating "public morals." Activists have called the ruling an "outrageous attack on. The Arab League was formed in to represent the interests of the Arabs, and especially to pursue the political unification of the Arab world, a project known as Pan-Arabism.
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Salaita argues that in the United States a variety of fictions about Arabs and.Al-Hajji's Guide to Arab Children's Literature will serve as the basis for my investigation of the literature written for children in the Arab world.
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