Religion, National Identity, and Confessional Politics in Lebanon: The Challenge of Islamism
Springer, 12/09/2011 - 213 من الصفحات
Against a background of weak and contested national identity and capricious interaction between religious affiliation and confessional politics, this book illustrates in detailed analysis this "comprehensive" project of Islamism according to its ideological and practical evolutionary change.
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The Elusiveness of National Identity
2 The Confessional System between Lebanonism and PanArabism
The Pioneer of Sunni Islamic Activism in Lebanon
4 The Reassertion of Sectarianism and the Rise of Islamism
AlInfitah and Lebanonization
6 The Praxis of Islamism and Syrian Suzerainty
The Struggle for the State
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