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IHRC and IIWO's Letter to Jacques Chirac Regarding the Hijab Ban in France

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On 11th January 2004, IHRC and IIWO handed submitted a letter to the French President regarding the actions of the French government and the persecution of Muslim women in France.

IHRC Newsletter October 2003 / Ramadan 1424

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This year's newsletter outlining IHRC's activities for the previous year can be downloaded in PDF format.

To Liberate or Not to Liberate? Islam, Universalism & Human Rights

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A presentation by Arzu Merali dealing with the problems of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights from a Muslim perspective.

Fundamental Human Rights in Islamic Sharia

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British Barrister Osama Daneshyar looks at the concepts of fair and free trial, privacy and free expression in Islamic sharia law and the ECHR.

The Religion of Human Rights

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Saeed Bahmanpour sets out the dilemma faced by most people who are faithful to God and at the same time want to make sure that the basic rights of human individuals are safeguarded.

Globalisations, Ideological Democracy and Islamophobia

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The powerpoint presentation used at this event by Dr. Saied Reza Ameli.

Globalisations, Ideological Democracy and Islamophobia

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The zipped powerpoint presentation used at this event by Dr. Saied Reza Ameli.

The Annual Islamophobia Awards 2003

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Download or view the Powerpoint Presentation of the Nominees and Winners of the first ever Islamophobia awards. Visit the InMinds webpage giving photo, audio, video and text coverage of this landmark comedy event.

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