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  Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam (CDHRI) is a declaration of the member states of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, which affirms Sharia — Islamic law — as the sole source of human rights.
In 1981, the Iranian representative to the United Nations, Said Rajaie-Khorassani, articulated the position of his country regarding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by saying that the UDHR was a "a secular understanding of the Judeo-Christian tradition", which could not be implemented by Muslims without trespassing the Islamic law.
The declaration was adopted on August 5, 1990 by 45 foreign ministers of the Organization of the Islamic Conference to serve as a guidance for the member states in the matters of human rights.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cairo_Declaration_on_Human_Rights_in_Islam   (611 words)

  
 Cairo Conference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The legitimacy of Cairo Declaration has been challenged by the movement of Taiwan independence in recent decades.
On another hand, Chinese insist the Cairo Declaration is a legitimate historical document, given the fact that it has been cited by the clause eight of Potsdam Declaration and refered by the Japanese Instrument of Surrender.
When asked in 1955 as to whether Formosa should be handed to Communist China as according to the Cairo Declaration, however, Churchill told the House of Commons, "The Cairo Declaration contained merely a statement of common purpose." And since it was made "A lot of things have happened" he added.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cairo_Conference   (379 words)

  
 Document: Palestine: the Cairo Declaration, 7 Nov 1985
The Geneva declaration regarding the international conference on Palestine in 1983, which reaffirmed the right of all states in the region to exist within safe and internationally recognised borders, including the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination on its land and to establish a Palestinian state.
As an impetus to the efforts which have been exerted to convene an international peace conference, the PLO announces its criticism and condemnation of all acts of terrorism, whether they be those in which states become involved or those committed by individuals or groups against the innocent and defenseless, wherever they may be.
And it restates the adherence of all its groups and institutions to that declaration.
www.al-bab.com /arab/docs/pal/pal1.htm   (650 words)

  
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Perhaps the people who wrote the Cairo Declaration were aware of the wide gulf in their conception of human rights and did not want to highlight it.
To sum up, the Cairo Declaration allows stoning as punishment, prohibits Muslims from changing their religion, prohibits usury, does not give women equal rights and divides the world between Muslims and infidels.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
www.faithfreedom.org /Articles/Ohmyrus30816.htm   (5123 words)

  
 Cairo declaration stresses vital role of private sector
Sunday's summit is expected to declare the establishment of the ITMC in a bid to activate inters D-8 and world-D-8 Trade.
The draft declaration, to be issued by the D-8 third Summit in Cairo, will refer to the need of developing countries to realize social justice, lure more investments, and ensure a larger share for their products in the world market.
The draft declaration will reflect the conviction of member states that the regional cooperation of developing countries through exchanging technical expertise and resources is a vital issue to confront the challenges of globalization.
www.arabicnews.com /ansub/Daily/Day/010224/2001022427.html   (1550 words)

  
 Nej til krig * Cairo Declaration, 19 Dec 2002
The Cairo meeting is not an isolated event, but an extension of a protracted international struggle against imperialism, from Seattle and Genoa to Lisbon and Florence, to Cordoba and Cairo.
The Cairo conference against war on Iraq and in solidarity with Palestine represents the launching of an international popular movement that creates effective mechanisms for confronting policies of aggression.
Elect a Steering Committee to follow up on the implementation of the Cairo Declaration, and coordination among organizations which commit to its principles, and enhance awareness through appropriate actions ranging from the preparation of posters to organizing marches and demonstrations in solidarity with Iraq and Palestine.
www.nejtilkrig.dk /docs/internat/20021219_cairo-declaration.htm   (1372 words)

  
 Al-Ahram Weekly | Region | The calm before the storm?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Cairo conference also recommended that the Palestinian Authority parliamentary elections in July be held under a mixed electoral system in which 50 per cent of the seats are determined by constituency and 50 per cent by proportional representation.
While "certainly not negative", the declaration "did not go as far as we would like" since it failed to tackle "the root cause of all this, which is the acceptance of violence to solve a problem," said State Department deputy spokesman, Adam Ereli.
Even as the Palestinian delegates were assembling in Cairo, the Israeli cabinet announced that the West Bank separation wall would separate occupied East Jerusalem from the West Bank by looping around the vast settlement bloc of Maali Adomim.
weekly.ahram.org.eg /2005/735/re1.htm   (1279 words)

  
 Article | CALL FOR THE SECOND CAIRO CONFERENCE AGAINST US AGGRESSION
The conference, and the Cairo Declaration that it issued, declared itself against the war on Iraq, in solidarity with the Palestinian resistance, and in solidarity with all those opposing the neo-liberal ‘globalisation’ policies that have done so much to create international instability and inequality.
The Cairo Declaration marked the coming together of the movement in the Middle East and the international social justice and anti-war movements.
The Cairo conference will be a sign of the strength of that continuing resistance and of solidarity with those in the Middle East who are resisting globalisation and imperialism.
www.stopwar.org.uk /article.asp?id=250603   (499 words)

  
 Al-Ahram Weekly | Front Page | The third PLO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The six-point Cairo Declaration, issued on 17 March, restated Palestinian "constants" -- including the right of the Palestinian people to resist the Israeli occupation and the right of approximately five million refugees to return to their homes and property.
The Cairo Declaration also agreed to extend the "atmosphere of calm", conditional on Israeli "adherence" to "stopping all forms of aggression against our land and the Palestinian people, no matter where they are".
On the domestic front the Cairo Declaration agreed to radical political reform, with both Hamas and Jihad entering the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO).
weekly.ahram.org.eg /2005/735/fr2.htm   (904 words)

  
 Cairo Agreement between Lebanon and PLO 1969
This situation was recognized quasi-formally in the Cairo Agreement of 1969, masterminded by Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, in which the Palestinians, organized by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), were allowed special military and political privileges in Lebanon.
The Cairo Agreement of 1969 forced Lebanese authorities to let the Palestinian Arabs bear arms so that they could carry on their war with Israel.
Although the Cairo Agreement was officially canceled in 1987, Lebanon has in actuality been unable to reduce the presence of the armed PLO terrorists who continue to run the refugee camps as their own independent entities.
www.palestinefacts.org /pf_1967to1991_lebanon_cairo_1969.php   (713 words)

  
 94-09-04: Cairo Declaration on Population & Development, ICPPD
We the Parliamentarians meeting in Cairo, Egypt, on 3-4 September 1994, at the International Conference of Parliamentarians on Population and Development, to discuss the issues of population and development on the eve of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), issue the following declaration: 2.
We therefore strongly support the education goals set forth in the ICPD Programme of Action as adopted in Cairo, and commit ourselves to removing all legal, social and cultural barriers in our countries that discriminate against women and prevent their full participation in society, including in public and political life.
Given our role in the civil society as representatives of people, we parliamentarians are uniquely placed to implement the ICPD Programme of Action, as adopted at Cairo, at the national and subnational level and to introduce a new concern for the planet and for humankind for the pursuit of national policies of our governments.
www.un.org /popin/icpd/conference/bkg/egypt.html   (1151 words)

  
 [GUCJW] Cairo declaration
The conference issued the Cairo Declaration against globalisation and war (a copy is attached to this letter).
This in itself is a considerable political triumph since the conference did not have the support of any government in the region.
The conference was followed by a 1,000 strong demonstration in central Cairo, again widely reported in the Arab press.=20 The International Campaign is now attempting to organise solidarity actions with the anti-war demonstrations in the US on 18th January 2003.
www.physics.gla.ac.uk /pipermail/gucjw/2003-January/000001.html   (393 words)

  
 IV. THE ANTI-BLASPHEMY PROVISIONS UNDER REGIONAL INSTRUMENTS - B. Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam
Members of the OIC passed the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam on August 5, 1990.
Though, in fact, the Cairo Declaration appears as Pakistan's best, and perhaps only, chance to justify its anti-blasphemy provisions under an extra-territorial covenant, it is important to recognize that the Declaration itself came well after the issuance of the anti-blasphemy provisions.
Indeed, a retroactive attempt at reconciling legal persecution of religious minorities with the precepts of a fledgling regional instrument not endorsed by the majority of the world *79 is but a contradictory and perfunctory attempt at saving Pakistan's once leading commitment to religious freedom while still advocating a debilitating, strictly Shari'a-based legal system.
www.thepersecution.org /archive/aiul_9.html   (359 words)

  
 The Cairo Declaration: against US hegemony and war on Iraq and in solidarity with Palestine
The Cairo Sheraton cancelled the conference venue even as the 400 delegateswere arriving, but they reassembled in the Conrad hotel on the banks of the Nile.
The Cairo Declaration's strength is its insistence on the connection between neo-liberal globalisation and war, and on the need to build international action with the widest numbers possible to take on the warmongering privatisers.
Hundreds added their names in support of the declaration in the first weeks of -publication--including 80 members of the Russian Duma, trade union leaders, acadmics from as far afield as South Korea and Canada, and hundreds of working people from all over the globe.
pubs.socialistreviewindex.org.uk /isj98/rees.htm   (1772 words)

  
 ISN Security Watch - Cairo declaration signals birth of new PLO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The conference, held in Sixth of October City near Cairo, was to have continued for another three days, but ended early with a six-point agreement signed by all factions.
Article 2 of the Cairo Declaration does not specify the duration of the “period of calm” to be observed by all signatory factions.
The move is a significant concession by Abbas that ends Fatah domination of the PA political system and constitutes a profound move towards truly democratic, representative institutions.
www.isn.ethz.ch /securitywatch/details_print.cfm?id=10971   (571 words)

  
 Cairo Declaration
We are writing to ask for your support for an initiative launched from an extremely important conference that took place in Cairo on 18th-19th December 2002.
The conference was followed by a 1,000 strong demonstration in central Cairo, again widely reported in the Arab press.
Please add your name to the Cairo Declaration by replying directly to office@stopwar.org.uk giving your name, position and contact details.
www.tbns.net /keele/cairodec.html   (1705 words)

  
 Cairo Declaration of D-8 countries
In the end of the D-8 summit in Cairo, the participating heads of state addressed many significant issues for the best interest of the group.
2- We are convinced that Cairo Summit is held at a time that witnesses better economic situations of the D-8 member-states especially those suffering from financial crises that had earlier hit a number of developing countries.
Cairo declaration stresses vital role of private sector
www.arabicnews.com /ansub/Daily/Day/010226/2001022643.html   (2967 words)

  
 Cairo Declaration: respect the self-determination right of Kurds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Mr Hazim Al-yousify, representative of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) in Cairo, participated in the opening of the 4th Conference of Arab Movement for Human Rights, which prepares for an International Conference against Racial Discrimination.
Cairo Declaration against racial discrimination includes a special paragraph, about Kurds, which asks to respect the choices of Kurds including the right of self-determination and the eradication of the sufferings because of the discrimination against Kurds.
The Ministry of Human Rights and the Affairs of Forced Deportees and Anfal Victims of Kurdistan Regional government (KRG-Suleymania) has already received an official invitation to Participate in the International Conference to protect human rights against racial discrimination which to be held by UN in South Africa.
www.kurdmedia.com /reports.asp?id=1753   (300 words)

  
 PLO Cairo Declaration, 1985
To reconcile these conflicting aims, the PLO began to develop the distinction between "terrorism", which is forbidden by world opinion, in contrast to the continuation of "the armed struggle" in the territories against the Israeli occupation, which could be sold to the world as "justified".
On November 7, 1985, Yasser Arafat formulated these distinctions into a far-ranging declaration, now known as "the Cairo Declaration", which was approved by the Palestinian National Council on November 19, 1988 in Algeria.
Arafat claimed that he had renounced terrorism in his 1985 Cairo Declaration, but State Department officials and other agencies say the record shows otherwise.
www.palestinefacts.org /pf_1967to1991_plo_cairo_1985.php   (556 words)

  
 CAIRO DECLARATION ON ECONOMIC COOPERATION AMONG DEVELOPING COUNTRIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Having assembled at a High-level Meeting in Cairo from 18 to 23 August 1986 under the patronage of His Excellency Mr.
They stressed that, over the years, economic co-operation among developing countries has become a tangible reality that has evolved into innovative concepts based on the principle of collective self-reliance.
They agreed to further encourage activities designed to bring the peoples of the developing countries closer through, inter alia, increasing their awareness of the mutual benefits and potentials of economic co-operation among developing countries and intensifying their involvement in the implementation of its programmer and projects.
www.g77.org /Docs/Cairo.html   (753 words)

  
 Truce declaration in Cairo depends on Israel
Meanwhile, Hamas and Islamic Jihad movements affirmed that they will participate in the Cairo Dialogue next Tuesday but stressed that an official declaration on a truce will not be issued unless Israel abides by the Palestinian conditions.
The majority of the Palestinian factions will be joining the Cairo Dialogue which will convene in the presence of President Mahmoud Abbas and with Egyptian sponsorship; a source in Fatah Movement said the aim of the Cairo dialogue is to declare a permanent truce with Israel.
Nafez Azzam, Islamic Jihad leading figure, said his movement will not agree to a permanent truce in Cairo if Israel does not abide by the conditions set by the Palestinian factions; we agree with Abu Mazen that any truce cannot be from one side only.
www.jmcc.org /new/05/mar/truce.htm   (382 words)

  
 Abbas expects ceasefire declaration at Cairo talks
"There are no radical differences and the Cairo dialogue should expect to crown efforts that are underway with the declaration of a (ceasefire) agreement," Abbas told a Gaza City news conference.
Palestinian factions are to meet in Cairo next Tuesday for talks that had been delayed by a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv last month.
On Wednesday, Palestinian national security advisor Jibril Rajub declared that all militant factions were ready to stop attacks, although there was no official confirmation from the militant spokesmen.
archive.turkishpress.com /news.asp?id=38380   (256 words)

  
 The Body: Arab Religious Leaders Sign AIDS Declaration in Cairo
Today in Cairo, some 80 major Arab religious leaders signed an HIV/AIDS declaration that marks the first cornerstone for tangible response to AIDS in the region.
The declaration said those with HIV/AIDS are "our brothers and sisters and we stand by them seeking God's healing for each one of them."
The declaration's signing came at the end of a three-day conference organized by UNDP during which Muslim and Christian leaders discussed ways to deal with AIDS.
www.thebody.com /cdc/news_updates_archive/2004/dec13_04/arab_aids.html   (408 words)

  
 Sudanese Opposition Cairo Declaration
In this respect, it is to be mentioned that the three leaders had in the past, reached agreement on the Fundamental Issues, key among which are; the System of Rule, Self-determination and theRrelationship between State and Religion.
These issues were addressed by the Nairobi Declaration of 1993 and the Asmara Resolutions of 1995, in a manner that allows the preservation of Sudan’s unity through guaranteeing equality for all with respect to constitutional rights and duties.
Accordingly, they deem that an agreement on a Capital city, which is National and that treats all religions and beliefs as equal, is an indispensable necessity for the preservation of our country’s unity on a new basis.
www.sudan.net /news/press/postedr/227.shtml   (653 words)

  
 Indymedia UK - Cairo Declaration against globalisation + war
The conference issued the Cairo Declaration against globalisation and war (a copy is included at the bottom of this message).
The conference was followed by a 1, 000 strong demonstration in central Cairo, again widely reported in the Arab press.
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www.indymedia.org.uk /en/2003/01/49945.html   (431 words)

  
 FHI - Arab Religious Leaders Sign Cairo Declaration on HIV/AIDS
Arab Religious Leaders Sign Cairo Declaration on HIV/AIDS
FHI offers a range of technical services, including clinical and other research, in HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections and other infectious diseases, contraceptive technology, and women’s health.
More than 80 Arab religious leaders have agreed unanimously to respond to HIV/AIDS by signing the Cairo Declaration, during the Regional Religious Leaders Colloquium held in Cairo from December 11-13, 2004.
www.fhi.org /en/HIVAIDS/country/Egypt/res_declare.htm   (194 words)

  
 Clarity & Resolve: PA: You Give, We Take
Clarity and Resolve: PA: You Give, We Take
Full Text of the Declaration by Palestinians "Cairo Declaration"
Those gathered confirmed their adherence to Palestinian principles, without any neglect, and the right of the Palestinian people to resistance in order to end the occupation, establish a Palestinian state with full sovereignty with Jerusalem as its capital, and the guaranteeing of the right of return of refugees to their homes and property.
clarityandresolve.com /archives/2005/03/pa_you_give_we.php   (734 words)

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