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Louay Abdulbaki

Mr. Louay Abdulbaki is a PhD Candidate at Asia Institute, The University of Melbourne, and he intends to submit his thesis shortly. He is the author of two (Arabic) books: The Roots of the Islamic Political Thought and the Stages of its Development and Modernist Arabic Discourse between Abstraction and Concrete Connotations. Mr Abdulbaki is interested in Islamic and modern thought, Islamic politics and globalisation. He also writes regularly on Arab and Syrian politics.

Moderate Islamists and peaceful democracy
International - 10/12/2007 - 19 comments

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