Islam and Human Rights: Advancing a U.S.-Muslim Dialogue (Google eBook)
Shireen Hunter, Huma Malik
CSIS, 2005 - Political Science - 144 pages
In the last few years, issues related to human rights, including encouraging the democratization of Muslim societies from the Middle East to Southeast Asia, have acquired great importance in shaping the character of U.S.-Muslim relations and U.S. policy toward Muslim countries.
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