Freedom of belief at the crossroad of civilisations
This book deals with the impediment that suffers freedom of belief, which goes beyond religious belief and its manifestation, as a result of clashes of civilisations, and their consequences mainly on the horizontal level, on the African continent through Egypt and Nigeria.
The central purpose of the work is to see whether “Islam” is a monolith or as if there exist different standards of the freedom of belief in Islamic context from that guaranteed in international human rights instruments.
It explores the main sources of Islamic law at the light of those international human rights instruments.
Ibrahima Sidibé, who began his studies in his native village of Narenkabadou, in Guinea, finished his secondary education in Liberia 1988.
Returned to his country in 1991, he got a BA in Public Law 2000, a Master in Human Rights and Democratization in Africa, in Pretoria 2006, where he got the Ubuntu prize.
He is author of many articles.