CDHRI

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CDHRICairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam
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Similarly, Article 25 of the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam states reads: "The Islamic Shari'ah is the only source of reference for the explanation or clarification of any of the articles of this Declaration." World Conference on Human Rights, Jul.
She first examines "maximalist" claims that seek to embed human rights within religious commitments, discussing in particular the Organisation of the Islamic Conference's Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam (1990), the papal encyclical Pacem in terries (1963), and the Parliament of the World's Religions' Declaration toward a Global Ethic (1993).
She said Jordan had joined 6 out of 7 UN agreements on human rights, approved the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam and ratified the Arab Charter on Human Rights.
(178.) See supra Part II.B (discussing that there is no consensus on Shari'a law and on how it should be applied, which is why the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam has failed to bring about any real reforms in countries' law).
An example of the dangerous and inadequate generalities alluded to above, can be glimpsed from a brief examination of the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam (CDHRI).
In the Arab and Islamic Worlds, manifestations of these attempts include the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights, the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam, the Bill of the Arab Charter on Human Rights, and so forth.
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