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I begin with the name of Allah
All human being are equal only differences between them are such as nationality, color, or race.
In Islam, human rights are granted by God not by kings.
Basic Human Rights:-
1. The Right to Life
2. The Right to the Safety of Life
3. The Right to Justice
4. The Security of Life and Property
5. The Protection of Honor
6. Security of Private Life
7. The Security of Personal Freedom
8. Freedom of Expression
If we talk about AbuBakr, who said in his very first address: "Cooperate with me when I am right, and correct me when I commit error.
The Muslims used to ask The Prophet (PBUH) about certain matters, they were free to express their personal opinions.
Women's Rights in Islam
1. The Conditions of Women in Arabia before Islam
In these days before Islam, women were treated like slaves or property. They were used for one purpose. They had no independence.
In times of war, women were treated as part of the prize.
Also in these days the birth of a daughter in a family was not an occasion. The practice of killing female children was uncontrolled.
When the news (the birth of a female) was brought to any of them, father’s face becomes dark. He hides himself from the people.
Outside Arabia conditions for women were no better. In India, Egypt, and all European countries in the Dark Ages,
Allah (SWT) gave the Arab women their rights.
2. Rights That Islam Gives to Women:
Islam considers a woman to be equal to a man as a human being and as his partner in this life.
In Islamic law a woman is an independent, unique individual in her own right. She has the same responsibilities towards herself, towards Allah (SWT) and towards other human beings as the male.
The Muslim woman is not permitted to change her family name to her husband’s name upon marriage. She is always known by her father’s name.
The Muslim woman has the right to seek divorce.
Muslim Women Have the Right to Go Outside of Her Home.
Muslim women are not forbidden from going out in the community, working, or visiting relatives and female friends, if there is no objection from their husband.
Wives of the Prophet! You are not like any other women.
The woman in Islam has the right to get the education.
The Prophet (PBUH) also said: "Whoever follows a way to seek knowledge, Allah will make easy for him a way to paradise."
He (PBUH) also said: “Women are the twin halves of men.”
The woman in Islam has the right to educate. Allah (SWT) encourages women to read and keep up the learning process. Religious knowledge in the first place; then any other kind of knowledge.
Husband should not prevent his wife from going out of the house to seek basic religious knowledge, unless he is teaching her at home.
The woman in Islam has the Right to go to the Mosque, but in the same time, a woman’s prayer in her home is better. That is because there isn't any need make her in mixing with men.
Islam gives men and women equal rights.
The women should make her duties that her house needs. She should try to seek employment in positions such as teaching, nursing…etc.
THE RIGHT OF A MUSLIM WOMAN IS TO BE RESPECTED FOR HER MIND AND FOR BEING HER OWN PERSON
Before the Golden Sun Rise let me decorate each of the Rays with Wishes of Success, prosperous, and Happiness for you and for your Family.