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07/07/2010

The Quran very firmly guarantees all fundamental human rights, without reserving them for men alone. These rights are so deeply rooted in our humanness that their denial or violation is tantamount to a negation or degradation of that which makes us human. These rights came into existence with us, so that we might actualize our human potential. These.. More

23/03/2011

Every now and then, self-styled proponents of human rights raise an outcry accusing Muslims of not respecting human rights. This is a lie fabricated against Allah, His Messenger, Islam, Muslims and all humanity. Hence, we have to initiate a positive defense of our pure religion by clarifying the established facts in terms of the rights of living beings.. More

04/01/2012

One of the most controversial contemporary issues that has been the center of attention among intellectuals and moralists is the issue of human rights, as it is one of the most important values to which humanity aspires. It is also an extremely important issue due to the terrible violations and crimes against humanity and against human rights that.. More

04/01/2012

The rights of the child after birth: First: The right to nourishment (breastfeeding) Breastfeeding is a physical and psychological process that has a far-reaching effect on the child’s physical, emotional and social growth as a newborn and then as a young child. The Islamic Sharee‘ah cherishes breastfeeding and stresses its importance.. More

04/01/2012

Second: Circumcision This is one of the key rites that distinguish Muslims from non-Muslims. This rite should take precedence, as it is compulsory for males and recommended for females. The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said to a man after he had embraced Islam: “Shave and get circumcised.” [Ahmad and Abu Daawood] Circumcision.. More

04/01/2012

Parents should also encourage the child to play sports and games such as running, swimming, horsing, racing, and so on, as the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, used to race and guided his Ummah (nation) to do what is necessary to achieve power. Parents are also required to develop the child’s physical power by getting him accustomed.. More

07/07/2010

Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated, Once the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, and I went out during the day. While on the journey, he did not talk to me and I did not talk to him. When we reached the market of Bani Qaynuqaa’, he, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, sat in the front-yard of (his daughter) Faatimah's house.. More

07/07/2010

There is no doubt that there is a strong correlation between the mistreatment of women all over the world and the attitude that these cultures have towards women. Women in Islam are not looked at as the source of evil or the object of sexual gratification and abuse by men, as is the case in other cultures. Islam regards women as integral members of.. More

17/05/2010

Allah has commanded children to be dutiful to their parents, and has made the rights of parents upon their children be of immense importance; He has made their rights to be on the same level of importance as His rights and believing in His Oneness. Allah Says (what means): "Worship Allah and associate nothing with Him and to parents be kind.".. More

07/07/2010

Christians and Jews in Palestine under Muslim rule. Abu ‘Ubaydah, may Allah be pleased with him, the Muslim Commander, sent a message to ‘Umar Ibn Al-Khattaab, may Allah be pleased with him, (The Second Muslim Caliph) telling him that the citizens of Jerusalem wanted him to come to take the keys of the city. Therefore, he started his.. More

07/07/2010

Islam not only recognizes absolute equality between people irrespective of any distinction of color, race or nationality, but makes it an important and significant principle, a reality. The Almighty God has laid down in the Holy Quran (what means): {O mankind, we have created you from a male and female.} [Quran 49:13] In other words all human beings.. More

29/03/2010

We understand the woman's status in the family through knowing the similar and mutual rights of both spouses. Indeed, she has an exalted position that is secured by the marriage contract which Allah the Exalted referred to, in the verse where He Says (what means): {And they have taken from you a solemn covenant} [Quran 4:21] Preface Spouses have.. More

29/03/2010

Similar recommendations The judicious Sharee'ah of Allah The Almighty has confirmed the spouses’ similar rights with corresponding recommendations to both, in order to promote affection and mercy between them, and to urge each of them to care for the other in the best and most perfect way. The following are some of the advices directed to.. More

07/07/2010

The Right to Life The Quran upholds the sanctity and absolute value of human life and points out that, in essence, the life of each individual is comparable to that of an entire community and, therefore, should be treated with the utmost care. The Right to Respect The Quran deems all human beings to be worthy of respect because, of all creation,.. More

07/07/2010

The Right to Acquire Knowledge The Quran puts the highest emphasis on the importance of acquiring knowledge. That knowledge has been at the core of the Islamic world-view from the very beginning is attested to by the first five verses of the ninety-sixth chapter of the Quran, which Muslims believe to the first revelation received by the Prophet.. More

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