By Silvio Ferrari, Andrea Benzo
Going past the extra ordinary concentrate on Jerusalem as a sacred position, this ebook offers felony views at the most crucial sacred locations of the Mediterranean. the 1st a part of the ebook discusses the thought of sacred locations in anthropological, sociological and felony experiences and offers an outline of latest criminal methods to the safety of sacred locations so one can boost and outline a brand new felony framework. the second one half introduces the which means of sacred locations in Jewish, Christian and Islamic proposal and specializes in the importance and function that sacred areas have within the 3 significant monotheistic religions and the way most sensible to maintain their non secular nature when designing a brand new foreign statute. the ultimate a part of the booklet is an in depth research of the felony prestige of key sacred areas and holy towns within the Mediterranean sector and identifies a collection of criminal rules to help a normal framework during which particular criminal measures may be applied. The publication concludes with an invaluable appendix for the safety of sacred locations within the Mediterranean quarter. together with contributions from prime legislation and faith students, this attention-grabbing e-book may be necessary to these within the fields of overseas legislation, in addition to faith and historical past reviews.
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