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"And indeed we have honoured the children of Adam" (Quran 17:70).
Islam provides many human rights for the individual. The life and property of all citizens in an Islamic state are considered sacred, whether a person is Muslim or not. Islam also protects honor.
Despite the material progress that the world has reached, yet racism is still a malignant disease eating out societies. Despising the colored people and looking down on them is very common in some countries claiming they are leading the free world. The material model detached from religion has not succeeded and will never succeed in overcoming this problem.On the other hand, anyone searching for the truth can see clearly how Islam - the last religion sent by Allah to His last Messenger Muhammad (Peace be upon him)- has dealt with this problem, and how Islam removed its reasons from the spirits of the believers, fifteen centuries ago. Islam will always offer solutions for humans due to a simple and clear reason: It is a Divine religion revealed by the Almighty Allah, the One True God, the Creator of the universe and everything in it.
slam’s contribution to human rights is best appreciated when viewed against the backdrop of world history as well as the realities of modern times. Social, racial, gender, and religious inequities continue to exist.
Among the most popular terms in our world today is "Human rights ".And among the most observed facts in the same world, is the fact that human rights had never been violated through out the long history as they are now. Isn't it ridiculous and weird??!
Islam honors and glorifies human being.
Look at our world today: you will see at a glance the outcome of man-made theories and principles: you see communities torn apart, and entire villages and towns destroyed, with no one raising objection. Yet the world of moral principles and human rights sheds tears for far less important events.
Human rights in Islam are outlined in the Quran and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad(peace be upon him) and aim at making man lead a life of compassion and dignity, so that he acquires all good qualities and deals with others in the best manner.
This book, Bilal ibn Rabah: Islam's Attitude to Racial Discrimination, outlines the history of Bilal ibn Rabah, a former slave from Abyssinia who became a companion of the Prophet.
Islam provides many human rights for the individual. The following are some of these human rights that Islam protects.
The book clarifies the misconceptions that are often expressed regarding the different aspects of freedom and responds to criticism in a calm and objective way.