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Religion in the Middle East

Religion in the Middle East

three religions in concord and conflict

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Published by University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementgeneral editor A. J. Arberry. Vol.2, Islam.
ContributionsArberry, A. J. 1905-1969.
The Physical Object
Pagination750p. ;
Number of Pages750
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17875438M

[The Middle East and Religion] Near East Collections: An Illustrated Guide (Library of Congress - African & Middle Eastern Division) - materials concerning religion form approximately 20 percent of the holdings of the Near East Section. Preeminent among them are the many manuscripts and calligraphy sheets in Arabic, publications and translations of the Islamic holy book, the Koran, and. Jared Rubin, Rulers, Religion, and Riches: Why the West Got Rich and the Middle East Did Not. New York: Cambridge University Press, xxi + pp. $30 (paperback), ISBN: Reviewed for by Joel Mokyr, Departments of Economics and History, Northwestern University.

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