The West and Israel
An inspiring model
in Arab liberal thought in the modern age
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This chapter deals with liberal writings on Western culture, perceived as a source of inspiration and not only as a reservoir of conspiracies; on globalization, which was defined as a lever for Arab economic modernism; and on peace and coexistence with Israel, presented as an essential component in the promotion of Arab humanism.

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