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Journal:   JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS   summer 2018 , Volume 14 , Number 36 ; Page(s) 111 To 124.

Women’ s Rights Stand in Quran and Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Author(s):  Kazemi Zand Kazemi Zand*, MOKHTARI MEHDI
* Faculty of Law Theology and Political Sciences, Science and Research Azad University, Tehran, Iran
This research seeks to analyze the content of the Qur'an and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and their comparison in relation to women and their social and legal status. In Islamic countries, especially Iran dominant look, this is a unique role and position of women in Islam and human identity have been and because people do not see the right legislation and right to legislate exclusively reserved for God knows; they had critisize to the decleration. The Author believes that by looking at structural and according to the terms "cultural" and "social" itself, and the dignity of each human being have made and both have been human apprehension, and would be favored. In order to test this hypothesis, the use of structuralist theory, to define the concepts of Rights and Law, aims to increase both the human personality and in this case, "woman" knows by space and time and concludes that the interests and legal position of women in the balance between the two elements of time and space.
Keyword(s): The Qur'an,Universal Declaration of Human Rights,women law,Balance,Discrimination
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