Searching for a King: Muslim Nonviolence and the Future of

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That Commission was strongly shifting from normative to operational activities, while focusing on poverty and unemployment reduction, partnership and gender roles in the family, and political participation for the empowerment of women. Let’s look at a few more points in detail. We seek to build a coherent understanding and explanation of variations in violence and to contribute research expertise to public debate and policy making.

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Publisher: Potomac Books Inc. (September 30, 2012)

ISBN: B009NH2554

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