Religious Freedom in International Human Rights Law and the Phenomenon of Fanaticism in the Arab Countries

Suhail Hussein Al-Fatlawi


After the changes that have occurred in the world in the nineties of the last century, the political regimes in the Middle East countries have changed, and ended most of the dictatorial regimes, and issued New laws that guarantee the protection of human rights, democracy and applied in many countries. However, this democracy and laws that ensured human rights and religious freedom, allowed religious and sectarian extremism that appears and controls, and take the cover of religious freedom gloss to impose their beliefs and religions and doctrines extremist on society of armed force. Became Sectarian terrorism is control of the area. And turning the conflict from a conflict between the state and the people to armed conflict between the same people.This study was based on a search of religious freedom in the international and regional human rights law, and the constitutions of states. In the Middle East where religious terrorist armed conflicts have emerged, and we dealt with the causes of religious intolerance, who recently appeared in the Middle East. And the position of the Islamic Law of religious freedom and counter intolerance according to the texts contained in the Holy Quran.


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