Abadir M. Ibrahim

Abadir M. Ibrahim has a JSD from St. Thomas University School of Law. He lectures in the areas of human rights law and human rights and religion. He is an African/Ethiopian human rights activist who represents victims of human rights violations at the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the United Nations Human Rights Council. 

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Religion inspires in ways that international law does not

By: Abadir M. Ibrahim

Using extreme examples to justify a purely secular human rights approach does a disservice to the many religious leaders doing progressive work.



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