David Commins teaches Middle East history at Dickinson College.
The Politics of Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia
Mention of Saudi Arabia conjures images of a fundamentalist kingdom where the government prohibits women from driving and forbids non-Muslims from holding religious services. The roots of the country's puritanical code go back several centuries.
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