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The question of the relationship between Arab identity and Islam is a pressing one for all Christian minorities in the Middle East. In this book, Syrian and Arab intellectual George Jabbur publishes a series of lectures concerned with examining the matter of Arabness, Arabhood, Islam, and political participation and belonging in the constitutions of the countries of the Arab world.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-155-3
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: May 20,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 210
Language: Arabic
ISBN: 978-1-60724-155-3
$135.00
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The question of the relationship between Arab identity and Islam is a pressing one for all Christian minorities in the Middle East. In this book, Syrian and Arab intellectual George Jabbur publishes a series of lectures concerned with examining the matter of Arabness, Arabhood, Islam, and political participation and belonging in the constitutions of the countries of the Arab world. Different chapters focus on examining the status of Arabness in Arab constitutions, the place of Africa and African identity in the constitutions of Arab countries located in Africa, and the traces of Islam in Arab constitutions, among other things. Also reprinted in this volume are a related article previously published by Jabbur as well as four different reviews of the first edition of the book.

The question of the relationship between Arab identity and Islam is a pressing one for all Christian minorities in the Middle East. In this book, Syrian and Arab intellectual George Jabbur publishes a series of lectures concerned with examining the matter of Arabness, Arabhood, Islam, and political participation and belonging in the constitutions of the countries of the Arab world. Different chapters focus on examining the status of Arabness in Arab constitutions, the place of Africa and African identity in the constitutions of Arab countries located in Africa, and the traces of Islam in Arab constitutions, among other things. Also reprinted in this volume are a related article previously published by Jabbur as well as four different reviews of the first edition of the book.

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