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by Antoine J. Abraham

  • Author: Antoine J. Abraham
  • ISBN: 0819115371
  • ISBN13: 978-0819115379
  • ePub: 1926 kb | FB2: 1189 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: University Press Of America (March 25, 1981)
  • Pages: 156
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 517
  • Format: mobi lit lrf mbr
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Reflects upon the origins of Lebanese independence movements in the nineteenth century, with particular emphasis on the Maronite Christian clergy's attempt to free the Lebanese province from Ottoman rule in 1841 and 1845, and the subsequent Turkish and Druze response in 1860. The author argues that although unsuccessful, the Maronite struggle for independence proved a prelude to Arab nationalism clearly identified by its anti-Ottoman content, concluding that the numerous animosities resulting from this early prototype of Arab nationalism can still be delineated in the.

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Abraham looks at Lebanon from the inside-out, highlighting the conflicting politics of Lebanese leaders, the failure . In the seventh century, Lebanon's coastal districts fell to the conquering army of Islam, which wrested the Near East from its Byzantine master

Abraham looks at Lebanon from the inside-out, highlighting the conflicting politics of Lebanese leaders, the failure of the "democratic left" to take over the state, and the underlying problem of the PLO's presence in the country. In the seventh century, Lebanon's coastal districts fell to the conquering army of Islam, which wrested the Near East from its Byzantine master. Syrian rule lasted for approximately one hundred years; however, Syria has always maintained that both Lebanon and Palestine/Israel are districts of its own country.

Antoine Azar, Le Liban face a demain, Beyrouth, Librairie Orientale, 1978, pp. 38–9.

Abraham, Lebanon at Mid-Century: Maronite-Druze relation in Lebanon 1840–1860: A Prelude to Arab Nationalism, New York, University Press of America, 1981, p. 2. oogle Scholar. Kamal S. Salibi, The Modern History of Lebanon, New York, Caravan Books, 1977, . iv. 4. See Leila Fawaz, An Occasion for War: Civil Conflict in Lebanon and Damascus in 1860, Oxford and London, Centre for Lebanese Studies and . Tauris and Co. Lt. 1994. Antoine Azar, Le Liban face a demain, Beyrouth, Librairie Orientale, 1978, pp.

ABRAHAM, A(ntoine) . BRAHAM, A(ntoine) J. American, b. 1942. Genres: Area studies

ABRAHAM, A(ntoine) . Genres: Area studies. Publications: Lebanon at Mid-Century: Maronite-Druze Relations in Lebanon, 1840-1860; A Prelude to Arab Nationalism, 1981; Khoumani and Islamic Fundamentalism, 1983; Lebanon: A State of Siege, 1975-1984, 1984; Islam and Christianity: Crossroads in Faith, 1987; (with G. Haddad) The Warriors of God: Jihad (Holy War) and the Fundamentalists of Islam, 1990; The Awakening of Persia: The Reign of Nasr. al-Din Shah, 1848-1896, 1993; The Lebanon War, 1996.

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Reflects upon the origins of Lebanese independence movements in the nineteenth century, with particular emphasis on the Maronite Christian clergy's attempt to free the Lebanese province from Ottoman rule in 1841 and 1845, and the subsequent Turkish and Druze response in 1860. The author argues that although unsuccessful, the Maronite struggle for independence proved a prelude to Arab nationalism clearly identified by its anti-Ottoman content, concluding that the numerous animosities resulting from this early prototype of Arab nationalism can still be delineated in the recent Lebanese Civil War.
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