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Sectarian War Pakistan's Sunni-Shia Violence and its links to the Middle East

Sectarian War Pakistan's Sunni-Shia Violence and its links to the Middle East
Year: 2011
Price: USD 25.00
      
Description
This book traces the roots of the sectarian conflict in the Muslim past in India, and throws light at the new developments in the Middle East after the replacement of the socialist Arab leaders with religious scholars, and the rise of Shia Iran under Imam Khomeini. It narrates and analyses the relocated Arab-Iran religious war inside Pakistan, leveraged with Saudi funds and executed by clerics who received spiritual and financial support from the clerical authorities in Saudi Arabia and Iran. In discussing the sectarian conflict, the book has actually unveiled the roots of the current Al Qaeda and Taliban wave of terrorism against the state of Pakistan

 

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