Fascinatingly worded objections to the UN declaration of universal human rights by Islamic nations. Note the actual use of the right to subject non-Muslims to “dhimmitude” because of the sharia. Here is the website on the declaration at Wikipedia.
Below I pasted the Islamic objection. This was discovered by Henrik at Europe News.
 Islamist criticism
Islamist countries such as Sudan, Pakistan, Iran, and Saudi Arabia have criticized the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for its perceived failure to take into the account the cultural and religious context of Islamist countries because they claimed their governments were based on the Sharia. In 1982, the Iranian representative to the United Nations, Said Rajaie-Khorassani, articulated the position of his country regarding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by saying that the UDHR was “a secular understanding of the Judeo-Christian tradition”, which could not be implemented by Muslims without trespassing the Islamic law. On 30 June 2000, Muslim nations that are members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference officially resolved to support the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam, an alternative document that says people have “freedom and right to a dignified life in accordance with the Islamic Shari’ah”. However, a dignified life in accordance with the Islamic Shari’ah is only assured for Muslims due to the application of Dhimmitude to all non-Muslims.