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Mayer, Ann Elizabeth., Islam and Human Rights: Tradition and politics, 2nd ed.
(22.) Perhaps the most thorough assessment of Islam and human rights is Ann Elizabeth Mayer's Islam and Human Rights: Tradition and Politics (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999).
Naturally, Strawson can cite nothing in Islam and Human Rights to back up either of these claims.
Consulting the index of Islam and Human Rights will lead readers to discussions of human rights advocacy in the region on pp.
This trend runs counter to his professedly normative effort to see the compatibility of Islam and human rights. Aside from the minority of Muslims who accept human rights in their full substance, it is sad to see the majority of Muslims divided.
This section, after outlining the structure and the major concerns of an inquiry into Islam and human rights, discusses some specific questions.
Some current writers concerned with the issue of Islam and human rights, (Jack Donnelly, Bassam Tibi and Ann Mayer) base their work within this perspective.
Ann Mayer in her book, Islam and Human Rights,(17) rightly points out that it has a title which people "tend to consult when looking for material on human rights in Muslim countries."(18) Since its first edition in 1991, it has come to occupy an authoritative place in the field.
In recent years there has been a remarkable increase in the number of studies focusing on the interaction of Islam and human rights. These studies follow three lines of argument.
Mayer, Islam and Human Rights, supra note 64, at 29.
For a thorough discussion of this document, see Mayer, Islam and Human Rights, supra note 64.