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    From Evil Destroyer to Islamic Hero: The Transformation of Alexander the Great's Image in Iran. (in English) 55-87.

  • KAWAGUCHI Takushi
    Timurlular Devrinde Sah Ruh Iktidarina Karsi Bir Emir Isyani. (in Turkish) 89-125.

  • HONDA Koichi
    A Study on the Elements of Beauty in Each Style of Arabic Calligraphy. (in Japanese) 127-167.

  • DAIBER, Hans
    Science and Technology versus Islam: A Controversy from Renan and Afgha^ni^ to Nasr and Needham and Its Historical Background. (in English) 169-187.

  • YANAGIHASHI Hiroyuki
    Le droit islamique au sein de l'ordre etatique du Maroc. (in French) 189-210.

  • NARAMOTO Eisuke
    Formation of U.S. Policies towards Jewish Refugees and Palestine Question: March 1938-January 1939. (in Japanese) 211-238.

  • TAKEDA Shin
    Malak Hifni^ Na^sif and Women's Liberation in Egypt. (in Japanese) 239-251.

  • SASHIMA Takashi
    Two Aspects of Turkish Islam: Officially Organized Islam and Saint Worship in Local Society. (in Japanese) 253-285.

  • Omar Ben Mira
    al-Fatawa al-fiqhiya fi ta'rikh al-Maghrib. (in Arabic) 287-298.

  • SHITOMI Yuzo
    Socotra: Son histoire et etat actuel. (in Japanese) 299-321.

    Use of Chemical Weapon in the Iran-Iraq War. (in Japanese) 323-351.

  • REICH, Bernard
    The Bush Administration and the Middle East Facing New Realities. (in English) 353-372.

  • KIM Jong Wee
    The Muslim Image of Korea in the Early Arabic and Persian Literature. (in English) 373-396.

  • KIM Soonam
    Arab-Israeli Conflict and Conciliation: From Camp David to Madrid and Thereafter. (in English) 397-418.

  • SHIM Ui-Sup
    Korean Workers in the Gulf States during the Construction Boom. (in English) 419-426.

  • SUH Jaemahn
    Korea and the Middle East. (in English) 427-446.