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This bibliography section of the book Women, the Koran and International Human Rights Law: The Experience of Pakistan contains a list of reference books and material. The issue of women's human rights has become a separate category of analysis in relatively recent human rights scholarship and is at the centre stage in the discourse on human rights. Religion plays a pivotal role in the way women are treated around the world, socially and legally. In Islamic human rights scholarship, a distinction should be made between the positions of Islamic states and that of the scholars of Islam.

Keywords: Islamic human rights scholarship; Koran

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