In part II of the book the author has discussed Blasphemy Laws with reference to its so called conflict with the Human Rights in global perspective. The author has traced the classical concept of human rights as it existed before and after the advent of Islam in Europe and other countries of the World and compared it with the human rights conferred by Islam on the human beings without discrimination. The Blasphemy laws as it exist in UK, European countries, USA and Islamic Countries of the World has been discussed in this part of the book with reference to leading cases on the subject which makes this book useful for practicing lawyers.
In the last Part 3 of the book the author has reproduced the opinions of Muslim scholars on offence of Blasphemy and punishment prescribed for it. There appears to be near consensus amongst the scholars of different school of thoughts in Islam about the punishment prescribed for the offence of Blasphemy. By incorporating the judgment of Lahore High Court in the famous case of Ilamdin Vs. King Emperor and relevant text and extracts from leading judgments on Blasphemy rendered by the Courts in Pakistan, England, USA and European Court of Human Rights in the appendices the intrinsic value of the book has been greatly enhanced for ordinary reader as well legal professional for use as a reference book.
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