Religious secularity: Reconciliation between political Islam and secular democracy

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Ghobadzadeh, Naser. (2013) Religious secularity: Reconciliation between political Islam and secular democracy. In In L. Z. Rahim (Ed.). Muslim secular democracy: Voices from within pp. 31 - 52 Palgrave MacMillan.
AuthorsGhobadzadeh, Naser
EditorsL. Z. Rahim
Page range31 - 52
Year2013
Book titleMuslim secular democracy: Voices from within
PublisherPalgrave MacMillan
Place of publicationNew York, United States of America
ISBN9781137282040
Research GroupInstitute for Social Justice
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