By Mohammad Mazher Idriss, Tahir Abbas
Why are honour killings and honour-related violence (HRV) so very important to appreciate? What do such crimes characterize? and the way does HRV slot in with Western perspectives and perceptions of Islam? This distinctively comparative assortment examines the idea that of HRV opposed to ladies as a rule and Muslim ladies specifically. the difficulty of HRV has turn into a delicate topic in lots of South Asian and heart japanese nations and it has acquired the becoming recognition of the media, human rights teams and teachers world wide. although, the difficulty has but to obtain precise educational examine within the uk, fairly by way of either criminal and sociological study. This assortment units out the theoretical and moral parameters of the research of HRV to be able to handle this highbrow vacuum in a socio-legal context. the most important pursuits of this ebook are: to build, and to advance additional, a concept of HRV; to rationalise and characterise different kinds of HRV; to enquire the position of faith, race and sophistication in society inside of this context, specifically, the function of Islam; to scrutinise the position of the civil/criminal law/justice platforms in fighting those crimes; and to notify public policy-makers of the aptitude rules that could be hired in battling HRV.
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