Can we find common ground between sharia law and international standards of human rights what would a moderate islamic human rights theory look like that both respects sharia principles and international principles of human rights the book provides a comprehensive analysis of the arab charter on . The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the arab charter on human rights as the primary tool for the protection of human rights in the arab countries the author presents the arab charter in the context of its sources and objectives embedded in sharia law which is the foundation on which the legal systems of most arab countries are built. Arab charter on human rights 1 arab charter on human rights adopted in cairo on 15 september 1994 translated from arabic the governments of the member states of the league of arab states preamble given the arab nations belief in human dignity since god honoured it by making the arab world the cradle of religions and the. Arab charter on human rights on 22 march 1945 egypt jordan transjordan as it then was iraq lebanon syria and saudi arabia signed the pact of the arab league states and created the league of arab states. Arab charter on human rights based on the faith of the arab nation in the dignity of the human person whom god has exalted ever since the beginning of creation and in the fact that the arab homeland is the cradle of religions and civilizations whose lofty human values affirm the human right to a decent life based on freedom justice and equality
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