Religions of the Middle East (World Almanac Library of the Middle East) e-book
by William Ochsenwald,Gill Stacey
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Published July 2006 by World Almanac Library.
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Introduction : The Middle East - 1. Birthplace of three major religions - 2. Judaism - 3. Christianity - 4. Islam - 5. Religions today and tomorrow - Time line - Glossary - Further resources - About the author - Index. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City.
Three major religious groups (. the two largest religions in the world: Christianity and Islam, plus Judaism) originated in the Middle East. Smaller minority religions, such as the Bahá'í Faith, Druze, Nusairism, Manichaeism, Sabianism, Bábism, Yazidism, Mandaeism, Gnosticism, Yarsanism, Samaritanism, Shabakism, Ishikism, Ali-Illahism, Alevism, Yazdânism and Zoroastrianism are also present in the Middle East.
This item:The Middle East: A History by William Ochsenwald Paperback . The emergence of a Middle East free from foreign control after two world wars is the next topic.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). In The Middle East: A History, Ochsenwald and Fisher produced a book that successfully tackles the vast and complex subject of Middle Eastern History. Both the format and style are geared for the busy college student, making it a relatively easy read. Finally, in part IV developments over the last century are treated. The authors maintain a very factual, balanced and objective treatment of events and personalities.
Renowned blogger and Middle East expert Juan Cole takes us inside the youth movements in Tunisia, Egypt, and .
Renowned blogger and Middle East expert Juan Cole takes us inside the youth movements in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya, showing us how activists used technology and social media to amplify their message and connect with like-minded citizens (The New York Times) in this rousing study of the Arab. One of the major internationally recognised works on the international politics of the Middle East, this book systematically combines International Relations theory and Middle East case studies to provide a macro overview of the international relations of the region. The book has been widely used at both undergraduate.
Large parts of the Middle East became a warground between the . The Decision That Ruined the Middle East.
Large parts of the Middle East became a warground between the Ottomans and Iranian Safavids for centuries starting in the early 16th century. By 1700, the Ottomans had been driven out of Hungary and the balance of power along the frontier had shifted decisively in favor of the West. By the 5th century, Christianity was the dominant religion in the Middle East, with other faiths (gradually including heretical Christian sects) being actively repressed.
and the Middle East for manuscripts of the writers of Greece and Rome .
During Elizabeth’s reign, however, the archbishop of Canterbury, Matthew Parker, and Elizabeth’s principal adviser, William Cecil, took the lead in seeking out and acquiring the scattered manuscripts.
List of books in category "Middle East". Biographical encyclopedia of the modern Middle East and North Africa. Michael R. Fischbach. Download (PDF). Читать. A World of Trouble: The White House and the Middle East-from the Cold War to the War on Terror. The Middle East and Palestine: Global Politics and Regional Conflict. Cory Gideon Gunderson.