Human Rights in Islam

حقوق الإنسان في الإسلام / عبد اللطيف بن سعيد الغامدي.

الغامدي، عبد اللطيف بن سعيد ; Abdul Latif Bin Said Al-Ghamdi (2000)


This book introduces a constituent study about the topic of human rights in Islam, and this in the light of the increasing violation of human rights in this era and the standards duplication, which a lot of the strong countries deliberate to when they deal with the countries known as the developing countries. The reliance on Islam in the field of human rights is considered the guarantee to these rights, and it is considered as an invitation to frame the human rights project. The book aims to display the fertility of Islam in human rights field, and that by dealing with many topics, the most important is: The human and the justice theory, as this topic discusses the truth of human in the Islamic perspective, and the point of his existence – the theory of succession. The book also deals with the bases that the human rights are depending on in Islam, which are the human unity and the honoring of Islam for human. The book also addresses the human rights in Islam in the various fields, like the main, social, culture, political and religious rights. Finally, the book displays in some details the rights of certain persons by the virtue of their status, like parent rights, woman rights, protection and incubating of children, the rights of the suspected person and the rights of prisoners in Islam. In the end, the book shows that the link is solid between development and human rights, that the development in the Islamic perspective; in both of its physical and moral aspects, its main target is the happiness of human and honoring him, which cannot be done unless applying the principle of solidarity, and this is the duty of the state to cooperate to achieve this target.