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" Arabs?" there is — whatever ethnographers may say — only one answer which approaches historic truth: all those are Arabs for whom the central fact of history is the mission of Mohammad and the memory of the Arab Empire, and who in addition cherish... "
The Middle East Today - Page 15
by Don Peretz - 1994 - 593 pages
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The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: The Arab world

Don Rubin - Performing Arts - 1999 - 336 pages
...scholars make this error. Lewis (1958: 9-10), for example, is on record as defining Arab-ism this way: 'All those are Arabs for whom the central fact of history is the mission of Muhammad, the memory of the Arab Empire and who, in addition, cherish the Arabic tongue and its cultural heritage...
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Arabs Face the Modern World: Religious, Cultural, and Political Responses to ...

Nissim Rejwan - Political Science - 1998 - 250 pages
...Arabism is inseparable from Islam. Hamilton Gibb once formulated the following definition of Arab: "All those are Arabs for whom the central fact of...empire, and who in addition cherish the Arabic tongue as their common possession."7 Zeine N. Zeine, an Arabic-speaking scholar and historian, asserts that...
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Israel in Search of Identity: Reading the Formative Years

Nissim Rejwan - History - 1999 - 188 pages
...1940, "there is — whatever ethnographers may say — only one answer which approaches historic truth: All those are Arabs for whom the central fact of history...empire, and who in addition cherish the Arabic tongue as their common possession."1 This definition is patently both inadequate in itself and unacceptable...
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