The Palestinian Hamas

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The Palestinian Hamas

The Palestinian Hamas

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First Sentence Much of the politics of Hamas can be explained in terms of the tension between the movement's dogmatic ideology and its pragmatic approach to political and institutional survival.
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Isbn10 0231116748
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Languages /languages/eng
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Number Of Pages 272
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Physical Dimensions 9.1 x 5.9 x 0.4 inches
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Publish Date May 15, 2000
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Publishers Columbia University Press
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Subjects Area / regional studies
Islamic studies
Political science & theory
Revolutions & coups
Islam
Political Terrorism
Political Science
Politics / Current Events
Politics/International Relations
Middle East
Government - Comparative
Middle East - General
Political Freedom & Security - Terrorism
History / Middle East
International Relations - General
Islam - General
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Arab-Israeli conflict
Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Isl
Palestinian Arabs
Politics and government
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The Palestinian Hamas
Authors Shaul Mishal
Avraham Sela
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Categories Political Science
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Description The preeminent resource guide for more than twenty years, this one-of-a-kind book has been updated to include those recently canonized and beatified. Since its original publication in 1980, John J. Delaney’s DICTIONARY OF SAINTS (more than 200,000 copies sold) has become the leading reference book for the scholar and general reader alike. With more than five thousand biographies of the saints—from the well known to the obscure—this new edition brings to life the inspiring accomplishments of these men and women of God. The martyrs and the monks, the mystics and the virgins, the doctors and the peasants are all contained in this essential volume. To know the saints, how they thrived in their achievements, how they lived in destitution, is to meet a fascinating company of people whose actions have influenced and enriched the history of the world. Reset in an easy-to use-format, it contains substantial listings for the more popular saints, and thumbnail sketches for those less well known. From Aaron to Zosimus, this modern dictionary has been updated with the entries for the newly canonized, including Italian mystic Padre Pio, Mexican Nahuatl Juan Diego, Polish Franciscan Maximilian Kolbe, and Americans Katharine Drexel and Rose Philippine Duchesne. It also contains a complete listing of feast days, an index of patron saints, and several other useful appendixes.
Language en
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Page Count 244
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Published Date 2000
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Subtitle Vision, Violence, and Coexistence
Title The Palestinian Hamas
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