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Arab studies quarterly

Arab studies quarterly

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Published by Association of Arab-American University Graduates & Institute of Arab Studies in Shrewsbury, MA .
Written in English


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Whole issue of journal.

Statementeditor Fouad Moughrabi and Edward W. Said. Vol.2 no.1.
ContributionsMoughrabi, Fouad., Said, Edward W., Association of Arab-American University Graduates., Institute of Arab Studies.
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Open LibraryOL18768536M

The Arab world today is ruled by contradiction. Turmoil and stagnation prevail, as colossal wealth and hypermodern cities collide with mass illiteracy and rage-filled imams. In this new diversity may lie disaster, or the makings of a better Arab future.


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