The Marrakesh Declaration on the Rights of Religious Minorities In Predominantly Muslim Majority Communities

The Rights of Religious Minorities in Predominantly Muslim Majority Communities: Legal Framework and a Call to action

“DECLARE HEREBY our firm commitment to the principles articulated in the Charter of Medina, whose provisions contained a number of the principles of constitutional contractual citizenship, such as freedom of movement, property ownership, mutual solidarity and defense, as well as principles of justice and equality before the law; and that,

The objectives of the Charter of Medina provide a suitable framework for national constitutions in countries with Muslim majorities, and the United Nations Charter and related documents, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, are in harmony with the Charter of Medina, including consideration for public order”.

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