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This selected bibliography section presents list of reference articles and books for this book Religious Legal Traditions, International Human Rights Law and Muslim States. The book is the comparative study on the effects of Muslim legal traditions that addresses the legislation and legal practices of related Muslim states with respect to irtidad, Dhimmah, and rights of the child. Th is comparison will also include differing official interpretations of Muslim legal traditions on the same issue, or differing solutions by Muslim states for the resolution of particularly problematic traditions.

Keywords: International Human Rights Law; Muslim legal traditions



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