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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
This article intends to see whether cultural and religious convergence among Islamic Cooperation Organization member states has been sufficient enough to enable them to adopt a unique strategy in their interaction with international human right system, which first requires their overcoming the existing rift in economic and political stances and human right discourse. The author's hypothesis is that during the formation of the above system, Islamic states were lacking in a well-integrated strategy. This was due to their affiliations to either the western or eastern bloc and their adoption of different policies in regard to human right discourse. However, at the time of the evolution of this system, the Islamic states became conscious of their own cultural identities which led to a more unified strategy versus the international situation.