The Islamic paradox: Shiite clerics, Sunni fundamentalists, and coming of Arab democracy

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This monograph concludes that, paradoxically, those who have hated the United States the most now hold the keys to spreading democracy in the Muslim Middle East.
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Grouping Author gerecht reuel marc
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title_display The Islamic paradox : Shiite clerics, Sunni fundamentalists, and coming of Arab democracy
title_full The Islamic paradox : Shiite clerics, Sunni fundamentalists, and coming of Arab democracy / Reuel Marc Gerecht
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title_sub Shiite clerics, Sunni fundamentalists, and coming of Arab democracy