Islam and human rights in Pakistan: A critical analysis of the positions of three contemporary women

@article{Hassan2002IslamAH,
  title={Islam and human rights in Pakistan: A critical analysis of the positions of three contemporary women},
  author={R. Hassan},
  journal={Canadian Foreign Policy Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={10},
  pages={131 - 155}
}
  • R. Hassan
  • Published 2002
  • Political Science
  • Canadian Foreign Policy Journal
In this analysis, Dr. Hassan emphasizes that being a Muslim means knowing that the Qur'an is the Magna Carta of human freedom and that a large part of its concern is to free human beings from the bondage of everything that prohibits or inhibits human beings from actualizing their Godgiven potential to the fullest. She analyses Farhat Hashmi's interpretation of Islam, in which taking care of the family is the primary purpose of a woman's life and wearing “hijab” is a religious mandate for Muslim… Expand
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