- Title Pages
- Foreword: Revising Shari‘a in the Light of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Preface to the English Translation
- Introduction to the 2008 Edition
1From Traditional Islam to End-oriented Islam 1
2The Principles of Compatibility between Islam and Modernity 1
3An Introduction to the Public and Private Debate in Islamic Culture 1
4Imam Sajjad and the Rights of Mankind 1
5Human Rights and Reformist Islam 1
6Questions and Answers about Human Rights and Reformist Islam
7Human Rights, Secularism and Religion 1
8The Freedom of Belief and Religion in Islam and Human Rights Documents 1
9The Rights of the Political Opposition in an Islamic Society 1
10Reformist Islam and Women’s Rights 1
11Women’s Rights in the Hereafter: A Qur’anic Theological Study 1
12The Issue of Slavery in Contemporary Islam 1
13The Rights of Non-Muslims in Contemporary Islam 1
14Social Security in Islamic Teachings 1
- Human Rights and Reformist Islam
- Edinburgh University Press
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