The Middle East's Relations with Asia and Russia

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Index

a
Chapter Title161
Abdullah, Crown Prince 129
Abdullayev, Mukhtarkhan 88
Abdurrahman, Mufti Kimsanbai-aji 100 n. 18, 140
Abdurrajman, Sheikh Omar 66
ABIM (Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia) 150
Abu Dhabi Fund 114
Abu Sayaff 141 , 152
Adolat 62 , 84
Advani, L.K. 122
al-Afghani, Jaffar 65
al-Afghani, Tayyeb 65
Afghanistan:
India, Pakistan and 123-8 ;
Islamic volunteers in 64-6 ;
Islamist parties 63-4
Ahl-i Hadith movement 68
Ahmed, Qazi Hussein 63
Akromiya 100 n. 20
Alptekin, Isa Yusuf 53
Anas, Abdullah 65
Anderson, Benedict 146
Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) treaty 35 , 36
anti-terrorism coalitions 92-4
Anwari, Sayed Husain 64
APEC 105
Arab Asian Bank 114
Arab League 105
Arab-Israeli conflict 32-4 , 46
Arafat, Yasser 33 , 47
ARAMCO (Arabian American Oil Company) 104
Armed Islamic Group (GIA) 62
arms trade 12-13 , 24 , 33 ;
China and 48 , 49 , 51-2 , 56 ;
India and Israel 120-1
al-Arqam 150 , 151
Asian crisis (1997) 108 , 110
Asia-Pacific Forum 5
Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) 5 , 103 , 105 , 113 , 114
Australian and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) 114
Ayaz, Nevzat 53
Aziz, Tariq 30
Azzam, Abdullah 65 , 66

b
Ba'asyir, Abu Bakar 154
Baghdad Pact 24 , 49
Bahrain Monetary Agency 115
Bali bomb blast (2002) 155-6
Bandung Conference (1955) 44 , 50
Bank for International Settlements 115
Bank Melli 115
Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) 115
Bank Saderat 115
banking 114-15
al-Banna, Hassan 62
Baoguo, Zhang 42
Barak, Ehud 121 ;
government 34
Baraka Banking Group 115
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 119
Bhutto, Benazir 132
Bin Huwaidin, Mohamed 45
Bin Laden, Osama 16 , 62 , 65 , 66 , 72 , 88 , 123 , 128 , 141
bipolar-multipolar system 18
Birlik 85
'Blue Stream'30
Bolton, John 37
BP 13 , 27
al-Bukhari, Sahih 77
al-Bukhari Foundation 98 , 102 n. 39
Bunnua, Bujema 65
Bush, George 1 ;
administration 36 , 121
Bush, George W. 2 ;
administration 152

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