HISTORY: Middle East: Egypt

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Cover: Ottoman Egypt in the Age of the French RevolutionOttoman Egypt in the Age of the French RevolutionEfendi, Huseyn
Shaw, Stanford J.
PAPERBACK01/01/1964$8.50Currently unavailable
Cover: Cairo: Histories of a CityCairo: Histories of a CityAlSayyad, NezarPAPERBACK05/13/2013$22.00
Cover: Al Qaeda in Its Own WordsAl Qaeda in Its Own WordsKepel, Gilles
Milelli, Jean-Pierre
Ghazaleh, Pascale
PAPERBACK03/30/2010$23.00
Cover: The Muslim Brotherhood and the West: A History of Enmity and EngagementThe Muslim Brotherhood and the West: A History of Enmity and EngagementFrampton, MartynPAPERBACK12/17/2019$24.95Not yet available
Cover: The Muslim Brotherhood and the West: A History of Enmity and EngagementThe Muslim Brotherhood and the West: A History of Enmity and EngagementFrampton, MartynHARDCOVER02/19/2018$35.00
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