CDHRICairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam
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At least, in terms of strict legal wording, in the case of privacy the drafters of the Arab Convention avoided the criticism levelled at the CDHRI and especially that it 'gravely threatens the inter-cultural consensus, on which the international human rights instruments are based'.
While the debate rages on as to whether the CDHRI is actually a major, religion-induced schism in the international, intercultural consensus on human rights, it does not appear that current and past commentators within religious circles have contributed much to a better understanding of what is actually meant by the term privacy.
Thus, as seen in the references to CDHRI above, one can detect a right to privacy entrenched in Islamic scholarship: