L'humanisme de l'Islam

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L'humanisme de l'Islam

By Marcel A. Boisard
Albin Michel, 1979
436 pp.

Knowledge, understanding, and a broad view mark this work, which is both an exposition of the history and values of Islam and a plea for the extension of current concepts of international law and relations to reflect the diversity of the world's cultures and religions. The author is a Swiss professor who has been a delegate of the International Committee of the Red Cross in a number of Islamic countries.

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