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Religion, human rights and international law : a critical examination of Islamic state practices
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Éditeur Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Année 2007
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Religion, human rights and international law : a critical examination of Islamic state practices
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Description
1 vol. (XVI-569 p.) ; 25 cm
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Notes bibliogr. Index
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Sujets
Classification Dewey
342.08
Contenu
Freedom of religion in international law ; Women's human rights and religion: how do they co-exist? ; The twain doth meet! A preliminary exploration of the theory and practice of as-Siyar and international law in the contemporary world ; Religion as a source of international law ; Human rights and cultural relativism: the false dichotomy ; Some arguments on the universality of human rights in Islam ; Religion within the refugee context: squaring the circle? ; The advent of proportional human rights and the dignity inherent in individuals qua human beings ; The religiosity of jus cogens: a moral case for compliance? ; Why the Hindu caste system presents a new challenge for human rights ; The role of Islam in human rights and development in Muslim states ; Human rights, natural justice and Pakistan's Shariat courts ; Women, Islamisation and human rights in Pakistan: developing strategies of resistance ; Nation-building in an Islamic state: minority rights and self-determination in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan ; Multiculturalism and extremism: international law perspectives ; Prayers, planners and pluralism: protecting the rights of minority religious groups ; 'Are you a Protestant or a Catholic Muslim?' The path of Muslim integration into Northern Ireland ; Religion, minority rights and Muslims of the United Kingdom
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978-90-04-15826-9
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