The impression of these rights has developed as a recognized and influential representative concept, as the extensive acceptance of what has been mentioned. The International Bill of Rights which is often used to embarrass or shame the government is showing a greater limitation while they deal with the citizens. Most importantly, in the case of Islamic world, the linguistic of the rights being utilized as an intermediate of making demand from the local government and of expressing dissent is nothing unusual to observe (Chapman, 1996). This has happened because of the human rights movements which has won indigenous converts.
In Muslim world this is true, for some instances, especially for the activists of women’s rights who cite international obligations and standards frequently so as to exert pressure on the national government (Nussbaum, 1997). However, there has been fairly a diverse dynamic which is existent in Muslim nations aside from the paradigms of international rights for the individuals by some activists and localized co-optation and support of the language aiming to articulate political and social demands.
In the studies conducted in the past with respect to human rights and Islam, it was observed that there remained a considerable tension amongst normative demands of human rights and traditional Islamic law (Moussalli, 2001). This is true even though there has been active participation in nations like Lebanon, Egypt and Tunisia in the process of drafting ambitious language of many internal human rights documents.