A Comparative Model of Religious Parties
This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on the politics of religion in Israel and Turkey. It suggests that the Israeli and Turkish cases open a window onto the complexities of religious parties, indicating that religious parties are capable of assuming contradictory roles in both the short and long term, regardless of doctrinal differences. The chapter also explains that the diversity of positions contained in the politics of Judaism and Islam establishes that the ideological underpinnings of religious parties span a range of positions.
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