The report of the Board of Trustees to the General Assembly of the Arab Organisation
for Human Rights -which was adopted by the General Assembly of the AOHR in
Khartoum, Sudan, on 31 January 1987 - is in two parts.
first part, "The Arab Organisation for Human Rights over the past three years",
details the stages of the establishment of the Organisation, describes its
activities and includes an evaluation of its efforts as well as an examination
of future prospects.
The Islamic ideology regards women with a mixture of fear and paternalism, and sees
them both as the source of evil and as the most vulnerable member of the
household, in need of constant surveillance and protection. the policies of the
majority of Muslim states are accordingly framed, often equating women with
children and the insane.
which literally translated means total submission, is not merely a belief
system, but also a way of life and Muslims are expected to run their lives
according to the Qur’anic injunctions.
legal code of a nation ordinarily reflects, or should reflect, the values of the
society that form that nation. It depicts the influence of its past history and
its future aspirations or, at least, the aspirations of those in control. The
structure, mode, content and intent of the code indicate the ethical concepts
peculiar to that nation. All penal codes have ostensibly the same aims - to
punish the offender, to prevent crime and to preserve the peace.