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by Joshua Teitelbaum

  • ISBN: 1850654603
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  • Author: Joshua Teitelbaum
  • Subcategory: Humanities
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hurst & Co Ltd (July 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 288 pages
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The Hashemite Kingdom of the Hijaz in Arabia, played a crucial role in. .The book has a very cohesive structure and builds on topics well. this books provides a good understanding of the current middle east crisis and its roots

The Hashemite Kingdom of the Hijaz in Arabia, played a crucial role in modern Middle Eastern history from its founding in 1916 until its demise in 1925. It was the first Arab country to gain independence from the Ottoman Empire, and it's rulers led the Arab Revolt of "Lawrence of Arabia" fame. this books provides a good understanding of the current middle east crisis and its roots. What I did not like, was that the author did not present Ibn Saud as objectively as other persons were presented. And also, the wahhabi movement was not defined in detail.

5 Unfortunately for the Hashemites, at around the same time the Al Sa c ud developed into a tribal chieftaincy that threatened other regional chieftaincies with a formidable fighting force. As a religious movement, the Wahhabis attached particular significance to the Hijaz since it held Mecca, the site of the hajj. Hashemites, Egyptians and Saudis: the tripartite struggle for the pilgrimage in the shadow of Ottoman defeat.

Teitelbaum, Joshua (2001), The rise and fall of the Hashimite Kingdom of Arabia, New York University Press, ISBN 978-0-8147-8271-2. Division of Near Eastern Affairs (1931). Mandate for Palestine (PDF) (Report). p. 7. ^ Mousa 1978, p. 185. ^ Huneidi 2001, p. 71-2. Huneidi 2001, p. 72.

It was the first Arab country to gain independence from the Ottoman Empire, and it's rulers led the Arab Revolt of "Lawrence of Arabia" fame

It was the first Arab country to gain independence from the Ottoman Empire, and it's rulers led the Arab Revolt of "Lawrence of Arabia" fame. The holy cities of Mecca and Medina flourished under its control and it was praised as a model of justice and a beacon of hope for the Muslim world. Yet for all its significance, the Kingdom has received little attention from historians.

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Joshua Teitelbaum, Bar-Ilan University, Middle Eastern Studies Department, Faculty Member

Joshua Teitelbaum, Bar-Ilan University, Middle Eastern Studies Department, Faculty Member. Studies Middle Eastern Studies, Near Eastern Studies, and Israel and Zionism. This article examines Saudi Arabia& introduction of the Internet, and the manner in which the Kingdom has sought to balance the communications, business, and economic advantages of the Information Revolution with the country& conservative form of Islam.

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. The Rise and Fall of the Hashemite Kingdom of Arabia. By Joshua Teitelbaum. pp. xviii, 310. London, Hurst & Company, 2001.

He received a grant from the Israel Science Foundation for his current work on tribe, Islam, and jihad in Saudi Arabia. Teitelbaum received his PhD in Middle Eastern history from Tel Aviv University.

See Teitelbaum, Joshua, The Rise and Fall of the Hashemite Kingdom of Arabia (London: Hurst, 2001), p. 24. 26. Lorimer, John . Gazetteer of the Persian Gulf, Oman, and Central Arabia (London: Gregg International Publishers, 1970), pp. 1450–1451. 243. (обратно). 63. Roberts, David, ‘Kuwait’ in Davidson, Christopher M. (e., Power and Politics in the Persian Gulf Monarchies (London: Hurst, 2011), p. 89. 64. 8. Muhammad Al-Sabah. 83. 27. Al-Sagri, p. 84. 28. Locational rent being a form of economic rent which is created by spatial variation or the location of a resource.


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