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Sachedina A, Abbasi M, Abbasiyan L. The Ethical foundation of Human Rights. MLJ. 2007; 1 (1) :113-132
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-433-en.html

In the three last decades, especially at the beginning of 1970,there has been a great interest in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights codes and it’s accordance with Islam towards social and political awakenings in Islam and the increase of militant religious extremisms among Muslims. Books and essays in Farsi and Arabic has been written by great and significant interpreters whom where traditionalist in Islam such as Mohammad Ghazali from Egypt and Jafar Sobhani Tabrizi from Iran and just mentioning some of them shows the interest of International Documents in Islamic traditions, although the Islam’s main critic about this declaration is about secularism and malice to different religious or philosophic ideas. It seems that the basis of the secularism in the declaration is not strong enough to consider Human Rights. Perhaps the important point in the speeches about the Secular Human Rights, which stimulated the Muslim jurists, is the separation of anything religious, blocking the development and progress of Human Rights.

Received: 2007/05/21 | Accepted: 2007/07/30

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