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Hizbullah, Party of God: An Islamic Movement Perspective

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Edited by Abdar Rahman Koya Paperback
£8.00

A comprehensive compilation of atricles written by correspondents and activists spanning over ten years, providing an Islamic movement perspective on the Hizbullah.

The articles were first published by Crescent International - a monthly newsmagazine of the Islamic movement published from Toronto, London and Pretoria. With a chronological timeline of key events, a chapter about the birth and origins of Hizbullah and speeches by the third secretary general Shaikh Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, Koya hopes the articles dispel myths surrounding conflicts in the Middle East with a focus on what is perhaps one of the most 'successful non-governmental military, social and political organisations, whose achievements and support-bases, both local and global, are phenomenal', Hizbullah.  

Including contributions from writers such as Zafar Bangash, Mansour Ansari, Shameema Ismail and more. 

A comprehensive compilation of atricles written by correspondents and activists spanning over ten years, providing an Islamic movement perspective on the Hizbullah.

The articles were first published by Crescent International - a monthly newsmagazine of the Islamic movement published from Toronto, London and Pretoria. With a chronological timeline of key events, a chapter about the birth and origins of Hizbullah and speeches by the third secretary general Shaikh Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, Koya hopes the articles dispel myths surrounding conflicts in the Middle East with a focus on what is perhaps one of the most 'successful non-governmental military, social and political organisations, whose achievements and support-bases, both local and global, are phenomenal', Hizbullah.  

Including contributions from writers such as Zafar Bangash, Mansour Ansari, Shameema Ismail and more.