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Marx's Arabian Apostles: The Rise and Fall of the Saudi Communist Movement

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Saudi Arabia's historic communist movement is considerably overlooked in the literature on secular dissent in the kingdom. This article attempts to address this gap by offering a historical account of the movement's early formation, dispersion, radicalization and, ultimately, transformation into the Communist Party of Saudi Arabia. This metamorphosis from a diffuse and ideologically eclectic organization into a more orthodox, Soviet-style, and structurally coherent party, paradoxically, marked the Saudi movement's political twilight as it assumed an organizational and intellectual straitjacket that contributed to its demise.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2019

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