Keskın, Yahya Mustafa
September 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2009, Vol. 13 Issue 41, p115
Academic Journal
The Dedehood foundation is the most important one in traditional Alaouite sect. This foundation has lasted its function for 40 or 50 years in religious, legal, and edicational field. The foundation has had some changesareas to the big cities. This process is dynamic and it lasts rapidly.


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