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Understanding Fundamentalism: Christian, Islamic, and Jewish Movements. By Richard T. Antoun. Walnut Creek, Calif.: AltaMira Press, 2001. 181 pp. np.

Understanding Fundamentalism: Christian, Islamic and Jewish Movements, by Richard T. Antoun. New York: AltaMira, 2001, 181 pp.; $69.00 (Cloth), $19.95 (paper)

 

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Mass mobilization in the name of Islam is a recurrent feature of Muslim history. Since the first generations of Islam, Islamic movements have periodically sought to expand and defend the ...

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