Muslims and global justice /

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Main Author: Naʻīm, ʻAbd Allāh Aḥmad, 1946-
Format: Book
Published: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2011
Series:Pennsylvania studies in human rights
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Table of Contents:
  • Islamic ambivalence to political violence: Islamic law and international terrorism
  • Problems of universal cultural legitimacy for human rights
  • Toward a cross-cultural approach to defining international standards of human rights: the meaning of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • State responsibility under international human rights law to change religious and customary laws
  • Islamic foundations of religious human rights
  • Cultural transformation and normative consensus of the best interest of the child
  • Toward an Islamic hermeneutics for human rights
  • Competing claims to religious freedom and communal self-determination in Africa
  • Globalization and jurisprudence: an Islamic perspective
  • The politics of religion and the morality of globalization
  • Global citizenship and human rights: from Muslims in Europe to European Muslims