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The Arabs and Islam : The troubled search for legitimacy
T. Masoud
Published 1999
Sociology
Daedalus
Dans de nombreux pays arabes, la politique est dirigee par les regles de l'islam, et les gouvernements doivent faire des negociations qui souvent violent la morale 
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