Skip to comments.Fascism in the Arab world (part 3)
Posted on 01/13/2009 11:00:52 AM PST by PRePublic
Violence, Political Culture & Development in Africa - Page 98 by Preben Kaarsholm
...The SPLA leadership in both the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile were Muslim, as were many of their soldiers. They articulated their grievances with Khartoum as a rejection of both the Islamist interpretation of Islam - the position of the current government - and the racist ideology of 'Arabism' aligned with Islam ...
The Arabists: The Romance of an American Elite - Page 309
by Robert D. Kaplan - History - 1993 - 333 pages
... have viewed the Baath party is particularly telling, considering that inIraq Baathism means a fascist and racist ideology that oppresses non-Arabs.
Pan-Arabism and Arab Nationalism: The Continuing Debate - Page 36 by Tawfic Farah - Political Science - 1987 - 208 pages
... all attempts to achieve Arab unity have failed.78 Another major criticism of Arab nationalist thought is that it is marked by some fascist features, ...
The Case for Israel
by Frank Gervasi - History - 1967 - 258 pages Page 65
... King Farouk, Egyptian nationalism soon identified itself spiritually with its Nazi and Fascist counterparts, and developed into Pan-Arabism
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