Distant Relations: Iran and Lebanon in the Last 500 Years

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I.B.Tauris, 2006 - History - 322 pages
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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Contents

FIVE CENTURIES OF LEBANESEIRANIAN ENCOUNTERS
1
Albert Hourani
51
THE cAMILI ULEMA IN SYRIA
62
BAHADI STUDENTS AT
96
QASEM GHANIS
120
MUSA SADR AND IRAN
137
THE SECURITY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEBANON AND PRE
162
H E Chehabi
180
IRAN AND LEBANON IN THE REVOLUTIONARY DECADE
201
HIZBALLAHS PUBLIC AND SOCIAL SERVICES AND IRAN
259
IRAN AND LEBANON AFTER KHOMEINI
287
Index
309
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Houchang Chehabi is Professor of International Relations and History, Boston University, and

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