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The everything Middle East book : the nations, their histories, and their conflict, Jacob M. Fellure

Label
The everything Middle East book : the nations, their histories, and their conflict
Title
The everything Middle East book
Title remainder
the nations, their histories, and their conflict
Statement of responsibility
Jacob M. Fellure
Title variation
Middle East book
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Fellure, Jacob M
Dewey number
956
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
DS44
LC item number
.F45 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Everything series
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  • Civilization, Medieval
  • Middle East
Target audience
adult
Label
The everything Middle East book : the nations, their histories, and their conflict, Jacob M. Fellure
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0414/2004002186.html
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Information on linig papers
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 3
  • Looking Inside and Out
  • 75
  • Justinian's Creations and Conquests
  • 77
  • Division and Decline
  • 79
  • 7
  • Early Islam
  • 81
  • Ancient Arabia
  • Geographic Boundaries
  • 82
  • Seventh Century
  • 84
  • Muhammad and His Followers
  • 86
  • Growth from Medina
  • 88
  • Death, Division, and Domination
  • 90
  • Qur'an and Hadith
  • 6
  • 93
  • 8
  • Islamic Empires and European Colonies
  • 97
  • Umayyads in Damascus
  • 98
  • Abbasids in Baghdad
  • 101
  • Umayyads in Spain
  • 104
  • Ethnic and Linguistic Groups
  • Fractured Fraternities
  • 105
  • When Turks Attack
  • 106
  • Europe to the Rescue--Everyone Loses
  • 108
  • Expulsion of the Infidels
  • 109
  • 9
  • A New Empire Is Born
  • 8
  • 113
  • Aftermath of Defeat
  • 114
  • Osman's Empire
  • 116
  • Constantinople and Cairo Fall
  • 117
  • Sultan Suleyman and Ottoman Expansion
  • 121
  • Turkic Rivalries
  • Common Religion
  • 122
  • Euro Power
  • 124
  • Division and Decay
  • 125
  • 10
  • World War and Change
  • 127
  • Choosing Sides
  • 128
  • 9
  • Lawrence or Arabia?
  • 130
  • Settling Dust and Changing Maps
  • 132
  • Winds of Nationalism
  • 135
  • Memories of Imperialism
  • 138
  • Birth of the Nations
  • 139
  • Culture and History
  • 11
  • Modern Middle East Mosaic
  • 143
  • Urban and Eclectic
  • 144
  • Kurds
  • 145
  • Armenians
  • 147
  • Circassians
  • 9
  • 148
  • Assyrians
  • 149
  • Copts
  • 151
  • Berbers
  • 152
  • Jews
  • 153
  • Islamic Offshoots--Reformers or Heretics?
  • Social Identity
  • 154
  • 12
  • Israel/Palestine--All Eyes on Jerusalem
  • 159
  • Aryanism, Zionism, and Exodus
  • 160
  • Declaration of State and War
  • 161
  • Fix of '56
  • 164
  • Top Ten Reasons You Need The Everything Middle East Book
  • 10
  • Six Days in '67
  • 165
  • War of Atonement
  • 167
  • Peace Camps and Refugee Camps
  • 168
  • Suicides, Strikes, and Settlements
  • 172
  • 13
  • Egypt--Heart of the Arab World
  • Conservative and Liberal Definitions
  • 179
  • Remnants of Imperialism
  • 180
  • Nationalism and Revolution
  • 182
  • Nasser's Pan-Arabism
  • 183
  • Sadat's Peace
  • 186
  • Radicals Reborn
  • 11
  • 189
  • President Mubarak--Stayin' Alive
  • 190
  • 14
  • Saudi Arabia--Crossroads of Islam
  • 195
  • Hashemite Protectors and the House of Saud
  • 196
  • What's a Wahhabi?
  • 196
  • Boundaries for This Book
  • God's Black Gold
  • 200
  • Bin Laden's Bucks
  • 202
  • All Roads Lead to Mecca
  • 207
  • Times, They Are a-Changin'
  • 208
  • 15
  • Iraq--British Colony to Ba'thist Beginnings
  • 12
  • 211
  • Ousting Ottomans and Housing Hashemites
  • 212
  • Independence with Strings
  • 213
  • Kingless Kingdom
  • 215
  • Instability and Revolutions
  • 216
  • Starting the Ba'th
  • 2
  • 217
  • 16
  • Iraq--The Rise and Fall of Saddam Hussein
  • 221
  • Boy from Tikrit
  • 222
  • At War with Iran
  • 224
  • At War with the World
  • 226
  • Cradle of Civilization
  • Suppression, Sanctions, and Suffering
  • 228
  • Between Iraq and a Hard Place
  • 231
  • 17
  • Iran--The Shi'ite State
  • 235
  • Dynasties and Divisions
  • 236
  • America and the Shah
  • 13
  • 239
  • Seeds of Revolt
  • 241
  • Khomeini's Student Revolution
  • 242
  • Ayatollahs and Politics
  • 244
  • Winds of Change
  • 248
  • 18
  • Components of a Civilization
  • Turkey--Modern and Democratic
  • 251
  • Young Turk Takeover
  • 252
  • From the Ashes of Empire
  • 254
  • Ataturk's Radical Reforms
  • 256
  • Kemalist Clergy
  • 259
  • 14
  • Internal Struggle--East or West?
  • 262
  • One Nation Looking Forward
  • 265
  • 19
  • Tackling the Tough Issues
  • 269
  • Understanding Shame/Honor Societies
  • 270
  • Is Islam a Violent Religion?
  • x
  • Sumerians
  • 273
  • Islamic Revivalism and Militancy
  • 276
  • Between Frustration and Aggression
  • 277
  • Clashing Civilizations or Civilized Collaboration?
  • 278
  • 20
  • Where's the Peace?
  • 281
  • 14
  • Border Disputes
  • 282
  • Ethnic Divisions and Religious Differences
  • 283
  • Ideological Differences and Political Agendas
  • 287
  • Historical Memory
  • 288
  • Your Place in This World
  • 289
  • Egyptians
  • Appendix A
  • Timeline: Prehistory to the Present
  • 291
  • 17
  • Phoenicians
  • 20
  • Hittites
  • 21
  • Babylonians
  • 23
  • 1
  • Hebrews
  • 24
  • 3
  • Rise of the Empires
  • 27
  • Components of an Empire
  • 28
  • Assyrians
  • 28
  • Chaldeans, a.k.a. Neo-Babylonians
  • What Do You Mean by "Middle East"?
  • 31
  • Medes
  • 33
  • Persians
  • 35
  • Greeks
  • 37
  • Romans
  • 39
  • 4
  • 1
  • Ancient Judaism
  • 41
  • Sons of Jacob and Their God
  • 42
  • From Slavery to Wandering
  • 44
  • Moses and the Levitical Law Code
  • 47
  • Conquest, Kingdom, and Captivity
  • 49
  • Origin of the Term
  • Message of the Tanakh
  • 51
  • 5
  • Early Christianity
  • 53
  • First-Century Judaism
  • 54
  • Concept of Moshiach
  • 56
  • Yeshua and His Followers
  • 2
  • 57
  • Execution and Persecution
  • 59
  • Growth from Jerusalem and Antioch
  • 61
  • Letters
  • 62
  • Church and Rome
  • 64
  • 6
  • Orientalism Exposed
  • Byzantine Empire
  • 67
  • Emperor Constantine's Conversion
  • 68
  • New Religious Freedom
  • 69
  • Holy Hermits
  • 71
  • Politics and Religion
  • 72
Control code
ocm54350075
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 305 pages ;
Isbn
9781593370534
Lccn
2004002186
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
956 F336 ; P ; XX-NN ; Series - adult ; CO7-04BRA-A7/2004.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o54350075
  • (Sirsi) o54350075
Label
The everything Middle East book : the nations, their histories, and their conflict, Jacob M. Fellure
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0414/2004002186.html
Publication
Copyright
Note
Information on linig papers
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 3
  • Looking Inside and Out
  • 75
  • Justinian's Creations and Conquests
  • 77
  • Division and Decline
  • 79
  • 7
  • Early Islam
  • 81
  • Ancient Arabia
  • Geographic Boundaries
  • 82
  • Seventh Century
  • 84
  • Muhammad and His Followers
  • 86
  • Growth from Medina
  • 88
  • Death, Division, and Domination
  • 90
  • Qur'an and Hadith
  • 6
  • 93
  • 8
  • Islamic Empires and European Colonies
  • 97
  • Umayyads in Damascus
  • 98
  • Abbasids in Baghdad
  • 101
  • Umayyads in Spain
  • 104
  • Ethnic and Linguistic Groups
  • Fractured Fraternities
  • 105
  • When Turks Attack
  • 106
  • Europe to the Rescue--Everyone Loses
  • 108
  • Expulsion of the Infidels
  • 109
  • 9
  • A New Empire Is Born
  • 8
  • 113
  • Aftermath of Defeat
  • 114
  • Osman's Empire
  • 116
  • Constantinople and Cairo Fall
  • 117
  • Sultan Suleyman and Ottoman Expansion
  • 121
  • Turkic Rivalries
  • Common Religion
  • 122
  • Euro Power
  • 124
  • Division and Decay
  • 125
  • 10
  • World War and Change
  • 127
  • Choosing Sides
  • 128
  • 9
  • Lawrence or Arabia?
  • 130
  • Settling Dust and Changing Maps
  • 132
  • Winds of Nationalism
  • 135
  • Memories of Imperialism
  • 138
  • Birth of the Nations
  • 139
  • Culture and History
  • 11
  • Modern Middle East Mosaic
  • 143
  • Urban and Eclectic
  • 144
  • Kurds
  • 145
  • Armenians
  • 147
  • Circassians
  • 9
  • 148
  • Assyrians
  • 149
  • Copts
  • 151
  • Berbers
  • 152
  • Jews
  • 153
  • Islamic Offshoots--Reformers or Heretics?
  • Social Identity
  • 154
  • 12
  • Israel/Palestine--All Eyes on Jerusalem
  • 159
  • Aryanism, Zionism, and Exodus
  • 160
  • Declaration of State and War
  • 161
  • Fix of '56
  • 164
  • Top Ten Reasons You Need The Everything Middle East Book
  • 10
  • Six Days in '67
  • 165
  • War of Atonement
  • 167
  • Peace Camps and Refugee Camps
  • 168
  • Suicides, Strikes, and Settlements
  • 172
  • 13
  • Egypt--Heart of the Arab World
  • Conservative and Liberal Definitions
  • 179
  • Remnants of Imperialism
  • 180
  • Nationalism and Revolution
  • 182
  • Nasser's Pan-Arabism
  • 183
  • Sadat's Peace
  • 186
  • Radicals Reborn
  • 11
  • 189
  • President Mubarak--Stayin' Alive
  • 190
  • 14
  • Saudi Arabia--Crossroads of Islam
  • 195
  • Hashemite Protectors and the House of Saud
  • 196
  • What's a Wahhabi?
  • 196
  • Boundaries for This Book
  • God's Black Gold
  • 200
  • Bin Laden's Bucks
  • 202
  • All Roads Lead to Mecca
  • 207
  • Times, They Are a-Changin'
  • 208
  • 15
  • Iraq--British Colony to Ba'thist Beginnings
  • 12
  • 211
  • Ousting Ottomans and Housing Hashemites
  • 212
  • Independence with Strings
  • 213
  • Kingless Kingdom
  • 215
  • Instability and Revolutions
  • 216
  • Starting the Ba'th
  • 2
  • 217
  • 16
  • Iraq--The Rise and Fall of Saddam Hussein
  • 221
  • Boy from Tikrit
  • 222
  • At War with Iran
  • 224
  • At War with the World
  • 226
  • Cradle of Civilization
  • Suppression, Sanctions, and Suffering
  • 228
  • Between Iraq and a Hard Place
  • 231
  • 17
  • Iran--The Shi'ite State
  • 235
  • Dynasties and Divisions
  • 236
  • America and the Shah
  • 13
  • 239
  • Seeds of Revolt
  • 241
  • Khomeini's Student Revolution
  • 242
  • Ayatollahs and Politics
  • 244
  • Winds of Change
  • 248
  • 18
  • Components of a Civilization
  • Turkey--Modern and Democratic
  • 251
  • Young Turk Takeover
  • 252
  • From the Ashes of Empire
  • 254
  • Ataturk's Radical Reforms
  • 256
  • Kemalist Clergy
  • 259
  • 14
  • Internal Struggle--East or West?
  • 262
  • One Nation Looking Forward
  • 265
  • 19
  • Tackling the Tough Issues
  • 269
  • Understanding Shame/Honor Societies
  • 270
  • Is Islam a Violent Religion?
  • x
  • Sumerians
  • 273
  • Islamic Revivalism and Militancy
  • 276
  • Between Frustration and Aggression
  • 277
  • Clashing Civilizations or Civilized Collaboration?
  • 278
  • 20
  • Where's the Peace?
  • 281
  • 14
  • Border Disputes
  • 282
  • Ethnic Divisions and Religious Differences
  • 283
  • Ideological Differences and Political Agendas
  • 287
  • Historical Memory
  • 288
  • Your Place in This World
  • 289
  • Egyptians
  • Appendix A
  • Timeline: Prehistory to the Present
  • 291
  • 17
  • Phoenicians
  • 20
  • Hittites
  • 21
  • Babylonians
  • 23
  • 1
  • Hebrews
  • 24
  • 3
  • Rise of the Empires
  • 27
  • Components of an Empire
  • 28
  • Assyrians
  • 28
  • Chaldeans, a.k.a. Neo-Babylonians
  • What Do You Mean by "Middle East"?
  • 31
  • Medes
  • 33
  • Persians
  • 35
  • Greeks
  • 37
  • Romans
  • 39
  • 4
  • 1
  • Ancient Judaism
  • 41
  • Sons of Jacob and Their God
  • 42
  • From Slavery to Wandering
  • 44
  • Moses and the Levitical Law Code
  • 47
  • Conquest, Kingdom, and Captivity
  • 49
  • Origin of the Term
  • Message of the Tanakh
  • 51
  • 5
  • Early Christianity
  • 53
  • First-Century Judaism
  • 54
  • Concept of Moshiach
  • 56
  • Yeshua and His Followers
  • 2
  • 57
  • Execution and Persecution
  • 59
  • Growth from Jerusalem and Antioch
  • 61
  • Letters
  • 62
  • Church and Rome
  • 64
  • 6
  • Orientalism Exposed
  • Byzantine Empire
  • 67
  • Emperor Constantine's Conversion
  • 68
  • New Religious Freedom
  • 69
  • Holy Hermits
  • 71
  • Politics and Religion
  • 72
Control code
ocm54350075
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 305 pages ;
Isbn
9781593370534
Lccn
2004002186
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
956 F336 ; P ; XX-NN ; Series - adult ; CO7-04BRA-A7/2004.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o54350075
  • (Sirsi) o54350075

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