Year:2024   Volume: 6   Issue: 3   Area:

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Halima AKACHOU

HUMAN RIGHTS BETWEEN SHARIA AND LAW

The topic of "human rights" is considered one of the old and new topics in the entire world, Which means a set of fixed rights for the human being from his birth that recognizes his dignity regardless of color, sect, or gender. According to the Almighty’s saying: {And We have honored the children of Adam and carried them on land and sea and provided them with good things and favored them over others. Many of those whom We created with excellence{. Accordingly, human rights in Islamic law are characterized by being divine in source and purpose, Comprehensive, permanent, and valid for every time and place due to its reliance on the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet , As for the sources of rights in positive law, they are based on changing social customs and legal bodies and personalities that regulate laws that concern humans, but they are incompletely incapable of meeting aspects of life in an integrated manner. The importance of the issue is evident in the fact that it occupies the first place in both the international and domestic arena. On the international scene, the United Nations and international organizations concerned with human rights seek to highlight their role in serving human rights and compete to do so, At the internal level, countries compete to declare that they are committed to human rights after those rights were established in their constitutions, It seeks to highlight the elements of its legal state, whose primary goal is to protect human rights..

Keywords: Rights-Human_The Constitution-Islamic Law .

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.29.22


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