from the perspective of islamic movements in Jordan Amman ; Bonn
from the perspective of islamic movements in Jordan / Hassan Abu Hanieh. - Amman] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2008. - 3,2 MB PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Amman ; Bonn : FES, 2008. - Text in arabic language ISBN 978-9957-484-05-7
The Muslim Brotherhood in the Jordanian parliamentarian elections 2007
a passing "political setback" or diminishing popularity? Amman ; Bonn
a passing "political setback" or diminishing popularity? / Mohhamad Abu Rumman. - Amman : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Amman Office, 2007. - 86, 64 S. = ca. 3 MB, PDF-Files. - (Islamic politics in Jordan ; 1) In engl. and arab language. - Electronic ed.: Amman ; Bonn : FES, 2008 ISBN 978-9957-484-03-9
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