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IMP QUESTION ? What are the fundamental or human rights in Islam that had been granted by God as found in the Quran ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 14 Jan '13 01:21 pm
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The Security Of Life And Property:
The Protection Of Honor:
Sanctity And Security Of Private Life:
The Security Of Personal Freedom:
The Right To Protest Against Tyranny:
Freedom Of Expression:
Freedom Of Conscience And Conviction:
Answered by LIPSIKA, 14 Jan '13 01:35 pm

 
  
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Islam has been from its inception very concerned about the importance of rights. Usually we speak in terms of human rights, women's rights or even animal rights. However, Islam goes into far more detail and in categorical order as to what rights are really all about. Being all inclusive and for all times, all places, all of creation, Islam provides the correct understanding of "rights & limitations" for all of the creation of the Creator of the entire universe.

There is a famous hadeeth (teaching of Muhammad, peace be upon him) wherein he said, "Ihdeenah naseehah." Many people, even Muslims have mistranslated this to mean, "Islam is about giving advise." However, this is most incorrect as can quickly be established by simple considering the context of how the prophet, peace be upon him, used the term "naseehah," by simply reading the rest of what he said. Let us consider the hadeeth in its entirety:

Privacy, freedom, dignity and equality are guaranteed in Islam. The holy Qur'an s ...more
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 14 Jan '13 01:23 pm

 
  
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