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In 1990, the OIC (Organisation of the Islamic Conference) who represent all 57 Muslim majority nations, created the '''Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam (CDHRI)''', using [[Islam and Scripture|Islamic scripture]] as its sole source.<ref>Articles 24 and 25 of the [http://www.religlaw.org/interdocs/docs/cairohrislam1990.htm Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam] (the Islamic definition of "[[Shariah|Shari'ah]]" being the [[Qur'an]] and Prophet [[Muhammad]]'s [[Sunnah]], which is found in the [[Hadith]] and [[Sira]]).</ref>
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In 1990, the OIC (Organisation of the Islamic Conference) who represent all 57 Muslim majority nations, created the '''Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam (CDHRI)''', using [[Islam and Scripture|Islamic scripture]] as its sole source.<ref>Articles 24 and 25 of the [{{Reference archive|1=http://web.archive.org/web/20100106180857/http://www.religlaw.org/interdocs/docs/cairohrislam1990.htm|2=2013-01-08}} Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam] (the Islamic definition of "[[Shariah|Shari'ah]]" being the [[Qur'an]] and Prophet [[Muhammad]]'s [[Sunnah]], which is found in the [[Hadith]] and [[Sira]]).</ref>
    
==Text of Declaration==
 
==Text of Declaration==
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