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Saudi Arabia and Ethiopia
Islam, Christianity, and Politics Entwined
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"A creatively conceived and significant work that deepens our understanding of the history of both countries, contemporary Africa - Middle East relations, and most originally, Muslim perceptions of Africa." - James Jankowski, University of Colorado "This is not only a historical account, but one that brings the tension between Islam and Christianity in Ethiopia and its relation to Saudi Arabia up to the present. It is essential reading for those seeking an understanding of the role of religion in the interaction of these key countries in Africa and the Middle East." - David Shinn, George Washington University"
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Haggai Erlich is professor emeritus of Middle East and African history at Tel Aviv University. Most recent of his numerous publications is The Cross and the River: Ethiopia, Egypt, and the Nile. Contents: Politics and Religious Legacies: An Interplay. The Christian State and the Islamic State. Camels for Mussolini. The Wahhabiyya and Ethiopia, 1936-1948. The Saudis and the End of the Christian Kingdom. Wahhabism and Communism: Mutual Demonization, 1974-1991. Wahhabism and Ethiopian Identity: Today's Dilemmas. Conclusion: Local Dilemmas, Global Perspectives.