Human Rights in Islam

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Human rights in the Islamic concept are distinguished by being the duty of the state and individuals; not providing and securing these rights fully, is unlawful. The theme of this book is Human Rights in Islam.

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Published 01 January 2007
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EAN13 9796500124155
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Human Rights In Islam
In the Name of Allah,
The All-Merciful, The Ever-Merciful
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Human Rights
In
Islam
by: Salem Al-Bahnasawy
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 ﺔﺳﺮﻬﻓ ﺔﻗﺎﻄﺑ  ﺔﻳﴫﳌا ﺐﺘﻜﻟا راﺪﻟ ﺔﻣﺎﻌﻟا ﺔﺌﻴﻬﻟا داﺪﻋإ ﴩﻨﻟا ءﺎﻨﺛأ ﺔﺳﺮﻬﻓ  ﺔﻴﻨﻔﻟا نﻮﺌﺸﻟا ةرادإ
Al-Bahnasawy, Salem Human Rights in Islam / by Salem Al-Bahnasawy Cairo , Dar An-Nashr Liljami'at , 2007 P.24 cm. ISBN: 977 316 202 8 1- Human Rights in Islam I Title 212.6 Edition : First Issue Date : 2007 Copy Right : All Rights Reserved to Author Deposit No. : 5487/2007 Code : 386/3  ﴫﻣ - تﺎﻌﻣﺎﺠﻠﻟ ﴩﻨﻟا راد Dar An-Nashr Lil-Jami'at - EgyptP.O. Box (130 M. Farid) Cairo 11518, Egypt-Telefax:(00202) 6440094 darannshr@link.net
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Human Rights in Western Concept There are various classifications of human rights in Western thought, some of which are: 1-Weisman's Classification,who classified human rights into two kinds: i)Materialistic rights that include the right to security and the sanctity of ownership and accommodation. ii)Moral rights that include right to freedom of belief, assembly and establishing NGO’s. 2-Horio's Classification,who classified human rights into three kinds:a)Freedom of private life. b)Freedom of spiritual life. c)Freedom of establishing NGOs and syndicates. 3-Dean Dogi's classificationdistinguished between passive who freedom, which constitutes restrictions on the state for the benefit of the citizens, and positive freedom which includes the state’s services rendered to the citizens. Moreover, there are other classifications that are not far removed from these ones. These classifications can be found wanting because they are limited to the negative aspect of human rights and freedoms. They stipulate that the state should not encroach upon these freedoms but does not obligate the state to provide the right to security, education or employment etc. However, the slogans of Socialism and Communism, led some Western parties to request the state’s intervention to
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