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Islamic law and international human rights law : searching for common ground? / edited by Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis, Benjamin Glahn.

Contributor(s): Emon, Anver M [editor.] | Ellis, Mark S [editor.] | Glahn, Benjamin [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015Edition: 1st impDescription: 400 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780199641451Subject(s): Islamic law | Human rights -- Religious aspects -- Islam | | Humanities: English Law October2016 | BAEPS, Political Science January2017DDC classification: 340.59 Summary: Deepening the discussion of the relationship between Islamic law and human rights, this volume gathers leading experts in both fields to examine how each system protects and limits fundamental freedoms. From gender equality to freedom of religion it explores the debate, examining the operation of the law in context.
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Originally published: 2012.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Deepening the discussion of the relationship between Islamic law and human rights, this volume gathers leading experts in both fields to examine how each system protects and limits fundamental freedoms. From gender equality to freedom of religion it explores the debate, examining the operation of the law in context.

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