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Hoping to convert my advancing years into an asset, I offer a perspective on the mutability of the Islam and human right nexus that exploits the long period during which I have explored the topic. Over the years I have noticed how often discussions of this nexus assume that it is a stable one involving two fixed, settled entities. Moreover, the impression has been widespread that the nexus is oppositional. This impression is conveyed, for example, via reservations entered by Muslim countries todoi:10.2202/1554-4419.1115 fatcat:ktvqaeap2fdahhnjdanfw7d4lq