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Introduction to Comparative Government

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With an accessible, descriptive approach and an easy-to-use, three-part structure within each chapter, this is a flexible comparative text that is about 25% less expensive than its competitors.
Paperback, Fifth, update edition, 734 pages
Published August 9th 2005 by Longman Publishing Group (first published 1985)
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This book has at least one error: Bin Laden, al Qaeda, etc. are not Wahhabists.

Wahhabism is a fundamentalist version of Islam, and is also known as muwahhidun (unitarian) or Salafist (companions of the Prophet). It developed in Saudi Arabia mid 18th Century
and reached the Trucial States (future UAE) around 1800.
Saudi Arabia built Wahhabi mosques around the world in response to the 1979 Iranian (Shi’ite) revolution and increased Arab emigration. Saudi Arabia now supports 90% of the global costs
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