By W. Cole Durham, Rik Torfs, David M. Kirkham
Islam, Europe and rising criminal matters brings jointly important research of the demanding situations that Europe poses for an increasing Islam and that Islam poses for Europe, inside their ever-evolving spiritual, felony, and social environments. This booklet gathers the superior considering on Islam and the legislation affecting present and contested matters which could not be overlooked, really as they've got came across their approach sooner than the eu courtroom of Human Rights. members comprise top experts who're operating on the middle of this generation's legislation and faith questions in Europe and the world over. This booklet outlines implications for all those that glance to Europe-from either inside and without-for types of human rights implementation and multi-cultural lodging.
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Sterreichisches Archiv für Recht & Religion 50, 2003, 405–17. S. Muckel. Der Islam im Staatskirchenrecht der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, in Religionsfreiheit als Leitbild, edited by H. Kress. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2004, 119–39. The law of the different Länder on teachers’ headscarves is available on the website of the Institut für europäisches Verfassungsrecht of the University of Trier. Available at: www. id=24373 [accessed: 13 November 2010]. See also Puza, chapter 9 in present volume. On Islamic headscarves in juries, see B.
31 Zengin—as in Folgerø—through the stricter scrutiny of the neutrality and objectivity of the educational system proposed by the Court. This includes the implementation of school curricula and not only their general design. The state is responsible for the appropriateness of curricula but also for controlling that there are no practical abuses in teaching, that is, that in public schools there is not actually indoctrination of the students against their parents’ religious or philosophical choices.
Otto-Preminger-Institut v. Austria, 20 September 1994, and Wingrove v. United Kingdom, 25 November 1996. See J. Martínez-Torrón, Freedom of Expression versus Freedom of Religion, cited supra, note 42, 236–41. 50 In Otto-Preminger-Institut, the work in question was a satiric film entitled Das Liebeskonzil, based upon a nineteenth-century play, in which God was presented as a senile, impotent man prostrated before the devil and Jesus Christ as a mentally retarded person; an erotic relationship between the devil and the Virgin —depicted as a wanton lady— was also insinuated.