978-0-9573565-2-8 / 54pp / pb
‘Caliph’ was the title given to the leaders of the Muslim world who followed Muhammad himself. Although formally abolished in 1924, the caliphate is today an aspiration for Muslim extremist groups Islamic State, al-Qa’ida, the Muslim Brotherhood and Hizb ut-Tahrir, symbolising for them the re-birth and re-unification of Muslim power.
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Roger Bolton, broadcaster and journalist.
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