Foundations of Human Rights in Islam

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The issue of human rights has been a permanent feature in the life of man since his beginning. There have been proofs found regarding human right issues dating 2000 years BC. The most comprehensive human rights system is the Islamic one, even though the western world wants to claim it as its own. This book succeeds in underlining that the best human right laws stem from the Islamic laws and that UN and other human rights organizations fail to implement the human rights laws due to their lack of understanding the importance of religion in this matter.

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Foundations of Human Rights in Islam By: Abbas Khajehpiri (Faculty member and attorney-at-law) Islam and Human Rights Series (1) Publisher: Asare Sabz Publication Year of Publishing: 2013/First Edition No. of Pages: 95 Size: 11.5×21.5 Circulation: 1000 All rights reserved .Reproduction of the book with written permission from the publisher is permitted.