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Patterns of growth and inequality in Sudan, 1977-2017.

Thomas, Edward (2017) 'Patterns of growth and inequality in Sudan, 1977-2017.', Working Paper. Institute for Middle East and Islamic Studies, Durham.


Most people date Sudan’s Islamist turn to 1983, when the decaying government of Jaafar Nimeiri began a controversial experiment with Islamic sharīca law, or to the Islamists’ National Salvation Revolution, led by Omar al-Bashir in 1989. But for Hasan al-Turabi, the leader of Sudan’s Islamist movement for most of its twentieth century existence, Sudan’s Islamist turn, and its first modern experiment in Islamic legislation, began a few years earlier, in August 1977.

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