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by Prof. Mohammad Hashim Kamali

eBook The Right to Life, Security, Privacy and Ownership in Islam (Fundamental Rights and Liberties in Islam series) download ISBN: 190368255X
Author: Prof. Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Publisher: Islamic Texts Society (July 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 288
ePub: 1511 kb
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Politics and Government

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Exploring the ideas of human rights according to the laws of Islam, this discussion examines the sanctity of life.

Mohammed Hashim Kamali is chairman of the International Institute of Islamic Studies in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and the author of. .Series: Fundamental Rights and Liberties in Islam series (Book 7).

Mohammed Hashim Kamali is chairman of the International Institute of Islamic Studies in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and the author of Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence, Islamic Commercial Law, and The Right to Life, Security, Privacy, and Ownership in Islam. He is a former law professor at the International Islamic University Malaysia, where he taught for more than 20 years. Paperback: 332 pages. Publisher: Islamic Texts Society (August 1, 2011).

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Books : The Right to Life, Security, Privacy and Ownership in Islam (Fundamental Rights and Liberties in Islam Series) (Paperback). Exploring the ideas of human rights according to the laws of Islam, this discussion examines the sanctity of life, murder, unintentional killing, the death penalty, abortion, suicide, and euthanasia. Relevant to the current international interest of multicultural perspectives on human rights, this analysis also covers security against unlawful arrest, freedom from torture, immunity against invasion of privacy, and restrictions imposed by the Shari’a on the exercises of these rights.

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H. Kamali's series on fundamental rights and liberties in Islam. It includes discussions of: the definitions of citizenship; the rights of citizens; the duties of citizens; citizenship laws; the concepts of dar al-Islam (abode of Islam), dar al-harb (abode of war) and the dar al-ahd (abode of treaty); the ummah and the nation-state; government as a trust; the selection of officials; the relationship between authority.

Exploring the ideas of human rights according to the laws of Islam, this discussion examines the sanctity of life, murder, unintentional killing, the death penalty, abortion, suicide, and euthanasia. The arguments are introduced by Qur’anic quotations and prophetic anecdotes and include practical examples of both medieval and contemporary applications

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book by Mohammad Hashim Kamali. Equity and Fairness in Islam (Islamic Law and Jurisprudence series). Common Ground Between Islam and Buddhism: Spiritual and Ethical Affinities. Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Dalai Lama XIV, Reza Shah Kazemi, . Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad. The Middle Path of Moderation in Islam: The Qur'anic Principle of Wasatiyyah.

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Another ITS project is the Fundamental Rights and Liberties in Islam Series, which includes several studies by Mohammad Hashim Kamali. List of Kamali titles at ConstitutionNet. Schlegell, Barbara von (July–September 2002). Journal of the American Oriental Society. A partial list of books published by ITS. Full Catalogue.

Exploring the ideas of human rights according to the laws of Islam, this discussion examines the sanctity of life, murder, unintentional killing, the death penalty, abortion, suicide, and euthanasia. The arguments are introduced by Qur’anic quotations and prophetic anecdotes and include practical examples of both medieval and contemporary applications. Relevant to the current international interest of multicultural perspectives on human rights, this analysis also covers security against unlawful arrest, freedom from torture, immunity against invasion of privacy, and restrictions imposed by the Shari’a on the exercises of these rights.