Distant Relations: Iran and Lebanon in the Last 500 Years
Iran and Lebanon have touched each other’s fortunes, on religious, political, and cultural levels, for over 500 years. Iran and Lebanon is the first definitive study of the centuries-long contact between these countries, and provides the only basis for any understanding of their effect on the world today.
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