Islam and Natural Law
Nature, natural laws, universal order and human natural rights are all in keeping with man’s spiritual, ethical and religious needs and order. Islam and Natural Law presents Islam as the religion of inclusive monotheism. In five comprehensive sections, the book covers the many aspects of natural law and human rights in the West, in Islam and throughout history. Ezzati takes a holistic approach to the creation of man and the world and explores the nature of humanity; man’s physical, rational, emotional and spiritual needs.
A. Ezzati was born in Iran in 1932. He studied at the universities of London and Tehran, where he later became professor of Islamic studies. He has also held teaching positions at several centres of Islamic studies in the UK and the USA. His writings have been translated into Arabic, Turkish, Hausa, Spanish and Persian. The Spread of Islam is also published by ICAS Press.