Islam, Europe and emerging legal issues / edited by W. Cole Durham ... [et al.].

Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate Pub., c2012.
xvi, 336 p. ; 24 cm.


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  • Islam, the European Court of Human rights and democracy in Europe: an overview. Islam in Strasbourg: can politics substitute for law? / Javier Martínez-Torrón
  • The European Court of Human Rights: between fundamentalist and liberal secularism / Ingvill Thorson Plesner
  • Wearing the hijab: some reflections from a Muslim woman's perspective / Amal Idrissi
  • International human rights law and the Islamic headscarf: a short note on the positions of the European Court of Human Rights and the Human Rights Committee / Martin Scheinin
  • European approaches to the islamic headscarf controversy. The hijab in Strasbourg: clear conclusions, unclear reasoning / Njål Høstmælingen
  • Religious symbols in public schools: the Islamic headscarf and the European Court of Human Rights decision in Şahin v. Turkey / T. Jeremy Gunn
  • The Strasbourg court dealing with Turkey and the human right to freedom of religion or belief: an assessment in light of Leyla Şahin v. Turkey / Tore Lindholm
  • The religious headscarf (hijab) and access to employment under Norwegian antidiscrimination laws / Ronald Craig
  • The headscarf issue: a German perspective / Richard Puza
  • The European court and the limits of pluralism: the welfare party case. The dubious foundations of the Refah decision / Ann Elizabeth Mayer
  • Refah revisited: Strasbourg's construction of Islam / Christian Moe
  • The principle of legal pluralism and militant democracy / Javid Gadirov
  • The European Court's freedom of association cases and the implications for islam / Lance Lehnhof.
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