4 Hum. Rts. [1] (2009-2010)

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Contents:


H um anitarian  L aw   in  Islam   .....................................................................................  3
Ali Akbar Alikhani

The Implicit Multicultural Discourse: Are Human Rights Treaty Bodies Supporting
M u lticu ltu ralism ?  .............. ...... ......... ......... ... ...... ......... ... ...... ............... .........  1 9
Jeremie Gilbert

The Functional Role of Mass Media in Promotion of Human Rights and Establishment
of P erp etu al  P ea ce  .................... ......... ......... ......... ... ...... ..................................  3 1
Amin Navakhti Moghaddam

The Role of Divine Revelation and Religious Teachings in Human Rights System:
Security and G lobal Peace  ..................................................................................  49
Mahmoud Ghayyoum Zadeh

The Children's Right to Social Identity
and Its Relationship to the Parents' Prior Right to Choose the Kind of Education
and Training Given to Their Children ................................... 65
Seyed Masoud Noori

Understanding the Vietnamese Conception
of Human Rights (quyen con nguoi) .................................................................. 83
Grace Cheng

Minorities, Legal Autonomy Regimes and the Principle of Non-Discrimination:
A Comparative Study on the Conflict of Civil Codes and the Personal Laws of
M in o r itie s ................. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....... ... 9 5
Kamran Hashemi Ardestani

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