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The Arab Movements in World War I
The Press and the Journalist as a Vehicle in Spreading National Ideas in Syria in the Late Ottoman Period
In the period from the Young Turk Revolution in 1908 to the outbreak of World War I in 1914, several Arab societies, or branches of Arab societies, that became disseminators of national ideas, wereExpand
The Formation of Modern Iraq and Syria
The Palestine Question in the 1940s and the Emergence of the Arab Lobby in Canada
In the early 1940s, Arab lobbying activities started to be noticeable in Canada. In 1944 the Canadian Arab Friendship League was founded in Montreal by Muhammad Said Massoud, a Druze emigrant fromExpand
Syrian and Iraqi nationalist attitudes to the Kemalist and Bolshevik movements
S'il y eut des liens entre les organisations nationalistes arabes iraquiens et syriens et les Kemalistes turcs, ils ne furent pas aussi etendus que l'ont laisse penser les forces etrangeresExpand
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