Islamic Fundamentalism in the Modern World
Twenty-First Century Books, 1 Jan 1995 - 96 halaman
This book examines the rise of Islamic government in Iran, and looks at the struggles in Egypt and Algeria as these governments contend with a reawakening to faith in the Muslim world.
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Islam and Fundamentalism
Islam and the West
The Starting Point
Building an Islamic State in Iran
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