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The subject-matter is intriguing as Saudi Arabia is perceived as the incarnation of Islam. In fact, it has no constitution since the Quran is regarded as its constitution. Moreover, Islam was instrumental in its state building. But Dr. Lacroix is, after his field work, well-placed to discuss the issue. His talk is based on his Ph.D from Paris, his French book and its English edition that is to be published soon by Harvard University Press.
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hal-01053300 , version 1 (06-10-2014)

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Stéphane Lacroix. Islamic Dissent in an Islamic State : the Case of Saudi Arabia. AUC Forum, Dec 2010, American University in Cairo, Egypt. ⟨hal-01053300⟩
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