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Antisemitism
Islamophobia, Arabophobia, & Orientalism
Islamophobia, Arabophobia, and Orientalism:
... A Selected Research Bibliography by Sophia Shafi

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General

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_______. Islam and the Cross: Selections From “ The Apostle to Islam.” Edited by Roger S. Greenway. Phillipsburg: P & R Publishing Company, 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Bibliographies

Index of Bibliographies

Bibliography from the Appendices

Civil Liberties

Conspiracism

Prejudice & Scapegoating

Antisemitism

Islamophobia, Arabophobia, and Orientalism

Islamophobia, Arabophobia, and Orientalism:
Selected Research Bibliography by Sophia Shafi

Social Science Studies

Religious Beliefs

Apocalypticism & Millennialism
(Millenarianism & End Times)

Christian Right

Fundamentalism & Evangelicalism

Violence Attributed to Religious Beliefs

Social, Political, & Religious Movements

Social Movement Theories

 



 
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