Holy lands : reviving pluralism in the Middle East / Nicolas Pelham.

Author
Pelham, Nicolas [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • New York : Columbia Global Reports, [2016]
  • ©2016
Description
183 pages : maps ; 19 cm

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 178-183).
Contents
Part 1: The decline and fall of the Ottoman Empire. The origin of milleticide -- Old Ottoman pluralism -- The sectarianism of the secular nationalism -- Millet wars -- The triumph of sectarian nationalism -- Part 2: Creating a Jewish State. "Come back, sons" -- "Redeeming the land" -- The politics of memory -- Part 3: The resurgence of Sunnistan. The Palestinian origins of Sunni milletism -- The Islamic state -- Part 4: The creation of Shiastan. Hashad -- Part 5: Modern milleticide. The spread of Sunni Revanchism -- Communal rupture -- Part 6: Holy lands to holy communities. The way back: an Armenian perspective -- The way back: Shia perspectives -- The way back: Sunni perspectives -- The way back: Jewish perspectives -- Milletocracy.
ISBN
  • 9780990976349
  • 0990976343
LCCN
2015949787
OCLC
915501613
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