Islam, Liberalism and Human Rights
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Islam, Liberalism and Human Rights

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This timely book, newly revised for this edition, addresses the question of human rights in the international context, focusing in particular on the interaction between human rights as a value and norm in international relations and Islam as a constituent of political culture in particular societies.Katerina Dalacoura's argument proceeds at two levels. Firstly, it reaches...more
Paperback, Third Edition, 248 pages
Published August 15th 2007 by I. B. Tauris (first published December 1st 1998)
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Loubna Mckouar
A logical attempt by Dalacoura to reconcile between Islam and Human rights in theory but I don't see how that applies practically if human rights are to be taken indivisibly. To be read withAbdullah Anaim and Bassam Taibi.
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