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Sharia versus freedom : the legacy of Islamic totalitarianism

Author: Andrew G Bostom
Publisher: Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2012.
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This is an extensive and far-reaching examination of Sharia law and its incompatibility with Western-derived concepts of human rights. Bringing together a collection of recent essays, this volume elucidates, unapologetically, Sharia's defining Islamic religious principles and the consequences of its application, with a focus on contemporary settings. A wealth of unambiguous evidence is marshalled, distilled, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew G Bostom
ISBN: 9781616146665 1616146664
OCLC Number: 793581729
Description: 735 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Sharia without camouflage --
pt. 2. Sharia-compliant jihad and Jew-hatred --
pt. 3. Islam, Sharia, and the treason of the intellectuals --
pt. 4. How do you solve a problem like Sharia?
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This is an extensive and far-reaching examination of Sharia law and its incompatibility with Western-derived concepts of human rights. Bringing together a collection of recent essays, this volume elucidates, unapologetically, Sharia's defining Islamic religious principles and the consequences of its application, with a focus on contemporary settings. A wealth of unambiguous evidence is marshalled, distilled, and analysed - including objective, erudite studies of Sharia by leading scholars of Islam; the acknowledgement of Sharia's global resurgence; and the plaintive warnings of contemporary Muslim intellectuals, believers and freethinkers alike, about the incompatibility of Sharia with modern concepts of human rights.

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