An Introduction to Key Debates between Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law
Chapter 5: Islam and the state
There are various models of government in the world today, but is one model preferable when it comes to the promotion of human rights? This chapter considers whether Islamic models of governance can be conducive for upholding human rights, the benefits of democracy as a system of governance for protecting human rights and whether Islamic norms for governance is compatible with democracy.
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