Jihad: Expansion Et Déclin de L'Islamisme

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Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2002 - Islam - 454 pages
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Jihad: the trail of political Islam

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The rise since the 1970s of political Islam and its revolutionary message has received ample coverage in popular and scholarly writings in the West. Aside from journalistic reporting, much of it by ... Read full review

Contents

A Cultural Revolution
23
J2 Islam in the Late 1960s
43
Khomeinis Revolution and Its Legacy
106
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