UofT Law faculty authors: 

Anver M. Emon, Mark Ellis and Benjamin Glahn. Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground? Oxford University Press, October 2012.

Abstract: 
  • Focuses on flashpoints in Islamic law and international human rights law, including freedom of speech and freedom of religion, women's equality, and minority rights
  • Deepens the understanding of the relationship between Islam and human rights by examining how fundamental freedoms are protected and limited in each system, not just the compatability of particular rules
  • Provides a challenging, original starting point for studying the subject, representing an excellent teaching resource