HIV, addiction, and justice: toward a Qur'anic theology of liberation

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Title

HIV, addiction, and justice: toward a Qur'anic theology of liberation

Author

McTighe, Laura

Publisher

Oxford: Oneworld, 2009

Publication Date

20090000

Primary Classification

9.5.6

Secondary Classification

9.5.6;1.2;9.5.9

Primary keywords

addiction--[pri];drug abuse--[pri];HIV infections--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Koran--[pri];socioeonomic factors--[pri];theology--[pri]

Secondary keywords

AIDS serodiagnosis;alcohol abuse;compassion;Muslim world;obligations of society;prisoners;public policy;Western world

Subject

United States

Journal Article

Esack, Faird; Chiddy, Sarah, eds. Islam and AIDS: Between Scorn, Pity and Justice. Oxford: Oneworld, 2009: 211-227

Call Number

BJ1292 .A33 I85 2009

Bibliography

28 refs.

ISBN

9781851686339

Collection

Citation

“HIV, addiction, and justice: toward a Qur'anic theology of liberation,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 15, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35033.