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Droits et libertés fondamentaux en droit musulman : le paradoxe de l'universalite

Abstract : It is fundamental to study the compatibility of Islam and human rights in view of the horrors that are done in the name of Islam. We shall compare the universal vision and the islamic vision of human rights, keeping in mind that the paradox comes from the very universality of the fundamental rights and liberties. Thus, there should be only one unique conception of human rights. The second paradox is indeed the very universality of Islam, a religion that protects and oversees human life very strictly. Human rights are part of the universal vision of human rights but they converted into fundamental rights since they are enacted by a large majority of States in their Constitutions. The Arab-Muslim States also elevate fundamental liberties to constitutional status, without ever excluding Islam. It is hence interesting to understand how the Arab-Muslim States come to extract from Islam and its primary sources fundamental rights and liberties with all the difficulties and limits they have to face.
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Zoulikha Hattab. Droits et libertés fondamentaux en droit musulman : le paradoxe de l'universalite. Droit. Université d'Avignon, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018AVIG2064⟩. ⟨tel-02073604⟩



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