5 edition of Gender and human rights in Islam and international law found in the catalog.
Gender and human rights in Islam and international law
Shaheen Sardar Ali
Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-348) and index
|Statement||by Shaheen Sardar Ali|
|LC Classifications||KPL2108 .A44 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 358 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||99042867|
viii Gender and Human Rights in Islam and International Lau* Women's Human Rights in Islam as Categories of Entitlem The Non-Discriminatory Categories of Rights, Ibadaat and Women's Human Rights 50 The Protective and Corrective Category, Muamalaat and Women's Human Rights 56 Discriminatory Category of Rights: The Verse Debate HUMAN RIGHTS Human rights are moral principles that set out certain standards of human behavior, and are regularly protected as legal rights in national and international law. They are "commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being.“ Human rights are.
Islam and Human Rights is a probing examination of how the Islamic tradition has been exploited for political ends by regimes and institutions seeking to legitimize policies inimical to human rights. Ann Elizabeth Mayer critically appraises Islamic human rights schemes that dilute the human rights afforded by international law, comparing them with the complex Islamic legal heritage and Cited by: Biography. Shaheen, a Pashtun, was born in Swat in in Pakistan and obtained her BA, LLB and an MA in Political Science from the University of Peshawar.A Foreign and Commonwealth Scholarship allowed her to come to the UK in to take an LLM in international law at Hull returned to Pakistan and gained a professorship at Peshawar University in
The United Nations and the Advancement of Women, This comprehensive reference work chronicles the ground-breaking efforts of the United Nations in promoting recognition of women's fundamental human rights, codifying those rights in legally binding international agreements & fostering greater understanding of women's central role in peace-building & in economic & social Author: UN Geneva Library. On Human Rights Day, 10 December , the Pakistani Ambassador to the UN Human Rights Council claimed that the Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam, adopted in by the 56 member states of the Orgainsation of the Islamic Conference "is not an alternative" to the Universal Declaration but "complementary".
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Inshe gained a Ph.D. at the University of Hull, UK, and is currently based at the School of Law, University of Warwick, UK. She has extensive experience of gender and human rights issuess relating to Islam, and has written or contributed to numerous books and journals on the by: This book explores whether or not international human rights and Islamic law are compatible.
It asks whether Muslim States can comply with international human rights law whilst adhering to Islamic law. The traditional arguments on this subject are examined and responded to from both international human rights and Islamic legal perspectives.
The volume engages international human rights law in. A number of works that address the relationship between Islam and human rights have been published since the end of the Cold War. This general overview includes monographs, edited collections on Islamic law and human rights, and a few textbooks that discuss.
Book Review of: Gender and Human Rights in Islam and International Law: Equal Before Allah, Unequal Before Man. by Shaheen Sardar Ali Article (PDF Available) January with Reads. Chapters in this book attempt to deepen the understanding of human rights and Islam, paving the way for a more meaningful debate.
Focusing on central areas of controversy, such as freedom of speech and religion, gender equality, and minority rights, the chapters examine the contextual nature of how Islamic law and international human rights law.
This article explores the question of whether Islamic law and universal human rights are compatible. It begins with an overview of human rights discourse after the Second World War before discussing Islamic human rights declarations and the claims of Muslim apologists regarding human rights, along with challenges to Muslim apologetics in human rights by: 2.
The author aims to deconstruct the various intractable notions that exist about gender, human rights, Islam and international law. She establishes a methodology for analyzing complex situations encompassing a variety of disciplines and presents a number of alternative approaches for their greater understanding.
The book is based on extensive Author: Shaheen Sardar Ali. An introduction to international human rights law / edited by Azizur Rahman Chowdhury, Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hardback: alk. paper) 1. Human rights.
Chowdhury, Azizur Rahman. Bhuiyan, Jahid Hossain. KI63 ’8—dc22 ISSN: File Size: 1MB. Human Rights Law Reports, associate editor of International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC) and editor of the Africa component of International Human Rights Law(IHRL).
ILDCand IHRLform part of the Oxford Reports on International Law, an online service published by Oxford University Press. viii Research handbook on international human rights law. Women, the Koran and International Human Rights Law +PDF Books, Library, Publication This book discusses three Islamic human rights approaches: secular, non-compatible, reconciliatory (compatible), and proposes a contextual interpretive approach.
The relationship between Islamic law and international human rights law has been the subject of considerable, and heated, debate in recent years. The usual starting point has been to test one system by the standards of the other, asking is Islamic law 'compatible' with international human rights standards, or vice versa.
This approach quickly ends in acrimony and accusations of misunderstanding. The relationship between Islamic law and international human rights law has been the subject of considerable, and heated, debate in recent years. The usual starting point has been to test one system by the standards of the other, asking is Islamic law 'compatible' with international human rights standards, or 5/5(1).
Human Rights in Islam Syed Abul A'la Maududi Table of Index: CHAPTE R ONE: HUMAN RIGHTS, THE WEST AND ISLAM The Western Approach The Islamic Approach CHAPTER TWO: BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS The Right to Life The Right to the Safety of Life Respect for the Chastity of Women The Right to a Basic Standard of Life Individual's Right to Freedom.
Get this from a library. Gender and human rights in Islam and international law: equal before Allah, unequal before man?. [Shaheen Sardar Ali] -- "This study offers a conceptual analysis of gender and human rights under Islamic law, state law and international law, and extends this analysis to a specific examination of the nature of women's.
In an analysis of Islamic law through the prism of gender, Judith Tucker tackles these complex questions relating to the position of women in Islamic society, and to the ways in which the legal system impacted on the family, property rights, space and sexuality, from classical and medieval times to the by: 4 WOMEN’S RiGHTS ARE HUMAN RiGHTS of the term “all men” rather than a gender-neutral term.1 The Declaration was eventually adopted using the terms “all human beings” and “everyone” in order to leave no doubt that the Universal Declaration was intended for everyone, men and women alike.
iNTERNATiONAL HUMAN RiGHTS iNSTRUMENTS. The relationship between Islamic law and international human rights law has been the subject of considerable, and heated, debate in recent years.
The usual starting point has been to test one system by the standards of the other, asking is Islamic law 'compatible' with international human rights standards, or vice versa. This approach quickly ends in acrimony and accusations of misunderstanding. The human rights and humanitarian programs of the U.S.
Department of State and the Agency for International Development are hated by many conservatives because some of the programs support women's rights and healthcare, education for girls, the empowerment of. prevailing customary international commercial law, as demonstrated in the LIAMCO case and the growing international network of Islamic banks, but also brings its own international agenda of “Islamic human rights” that compete with and seek to displace the prevailing international legal regime of File Size: 1MB.
"A book that should be read by every sociologist interested in globalization, international law, or human rights." American Journal of Sociology - Elizabeth Heger Boyle "Merry does an invaluable service by marrying a broad methodological prescription for the analysis of human rights issues to a multi-layered discussion of diverse, compelling : University of Chicago Press.
Gender Equality and Islam Promoting Women’s Human Rights through Religion The religion of Islam strongly influences the social, economic and political spheres of life. One dimension, which is particularly shaped by Islamic tenets, is the status of and relationship between men and women. The general perception and commonFile Size: KB."This study offers a conceptual analysis of gender and human rights under Islamic law, state law and international law, and extends this analysis to a specific examination of the nature of women's rights in the Islamic tradition.
It explores the disparity between the theoretical perspective on women's rights and its application to Muslim jurisdictions, determined by elements of cultural.GENDER and INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW Legal Assistance Centre ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The original version of this document was prepared by Dianne Hubbard for use in a course on Gender & the Law for second-year students on File Size: 1MB.