Muslim Reformers in Iran and Turkey: The Paradox of Moderation

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INDEX
Abdi, Abbas, 120–121
Afghani, Jamal al-Din, 236n17
Afghanistan, 61, 156, 197–198, 209
Aghajari, Hashem, 250n86
Ahmad Jalal Al-e, 75, 115, 122
Ahmedinejad, Mahmoud, 19, 26, 43, 45, 87, 97–98, 106–107, 135–141, 177, 195– 197, 201–204, 216–219, 250n94
Akçura, Yusuf, 256n20
Akhbari school, 114
AK Parti. See Justice and Development Party (JDP)
Albania, 52, 67
Alevis, 23, 46, 81–82, 102, 159, 215, 244n67
Algeria, 49, 54–55, 58, 73, 156, 223n47
An-Naʿim, Abdullahi Ahmed, 74, 80
anti-Semitism, 161, 257n33
Arab countries, 7, 12, 48, 59–60, 156, 206, 222; culture of, 48; democracy in, 50–51, 57, 230n22; Iranian, 107; and nationalism, 58, 232n59; rebellion in, 146
Arınç, Bülent, 148, 157, 181
Asgharzadeh, Ebrahim, 120–121
Assad, Hafez, 113
Assembly of Experts, 92, 105, 196
Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal, 58, 70, 99, 104, 147, 215, 229n5, 254n4
Austria, 32
Azerbaijan, 52, 55, 67; Iranian, 107, 132
Azeris, 107
Bahrain, 49
Bangladesh, 49, 54–55
Banna, Hasan al-, 58
Basij, 98, 108, 136–137, 218, 267n74
Bazargan, Mehdi, 116, 238n43, 247n32, 268n95
Beheshti, Mohammad, 117
Bekaroğlu, Mehmet, 221n5, 259n72
Belgium, 32
Bernstein, Eduard, 15
bonyad, 94, 117, 128, 130, 138
Bosnia, 52, 151
Boumedienne, Houari, 58
Bourguiba, Habib, 58
Broad Coalition of Principalists, 201
Bulgaria, 52
Bush, George W., 197–198, 229n5
Büyükanıt, Yaşar, 180, 182
Catholic Church, 32, 83–84
Central Asia, 6, 50
Christian Democratic Union, 32
Christian Democrats, 13, 25, 30, 32–34, 84
clientelism. See patronage
Color Revolutions, 197, 209
Communism, 15, 32, 41, 57, 71, 101, 146, 148, 150, 240n75, 242n25
counterinsurgency, 100, 174–176, 178, 194, 240n75, 256n24
coups, 5, 50, 113, 143, 224n56, 263n3; 1980 coup in Turkey, 18, 41, 99, 102, 109, 149, 173; attempts against JDP in Turkey, 47, 180–181, 194, 240n75. See also military
Cyprus, 165

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