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Olivier Carré. Translated from the French by Carol Artigues and revised by W. Shepard
This first critical study and selected translation from Arabic of an influential book provides precise information about current radical Islamic thought (in line with extreme unorthodox minor traditions) and also about current official Islamic orthodoxy, both compared to the spiritual, social ...
William E. Shepard
Social Justice in Islam was written by an Egyptian Islamic writer who has greatly influenced current activists. This work shows the development of the author's thinking by translating the last edition and giving alternative readings from the earlier ones.
This study offers us a fascinating survey of the struggle for Arab hegemony between Iraq and Egypt as portrayed by the events surrounding the question of Middle Eastern defence (1945-58), and accentuated by the struggle over the Baghdad Pact.
Edited by Şerif Mardin
This work provides information on an aspect of the encounter of Islam with the West which is best described as the unconscious appropriation by Islam of elements of Western culture.
The Italo-Turkish War was the first armed clash between the lesser Great Powers immediately before 1914, leading inexorably to the deterioration of the Balkan situation and to Sarajevo. This is the first study based on the archives of the Ottoman Foreign Ministry for the period, as well as on ...
C.A.O. van Nieuwenhuijze
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