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Globalization and Islamism: Beyond Fundamentalism - Nevzat Soguk


This book explores non-Arab Islamic orientations, convincingly showing that Islam as a historical force has been characteristically more tolerant, pluralistic, and flexible than contemporary Islamist



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Globalization and Islamism: Beyond Fundamentalism - Nevzat Soguk


This book explores non-Arab Islamic orientations, convincingly showing that Islam as a historical force has been characteristically more tolerant, pluralistic, and flexible than contemporary Islamist