Distant Relations: Iran and Lebanon in the Last 500 Years

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