In Islam, only the rule of Allah Almighty prevails. Islam is the only religion that provides a great sense of humanity to all people. There are certain rules and laws of human rights in Islam. As Islam is a religion of peace, it does not promote any inhumane act in society.
Human rights in Islam imply that these privileges have been bestowed by God, rather than by any ruler or representative body. The rights given by monarchs or state bodies can be revoked in the same way that they are accorded. A similar thing is true for the rights approved and identified by dictators. They can grant them whenever they want, remove them whenever they desire, and freely breach them anytime they like. However, because individual rights are accorded by Allah Almighty in Islam. That’s why no standing committee or administration on the globe has the prerogative or power to modify or alter the rights granted by God. None of us have the authority to repeal or remove them. These rights are not for a show but to be implemented in real life as well. They are also not like intellectual notions that have no legal backing.
In Islam, the word "Insan" refers to a human being, while "Insanyiat" refers to a human being's behavior or "Ikhlaq" and their conduct to one another. We have no influence over the way of human existence and ultimate demise, but we can contribute to the sustenance and wellbeing of mankind. The Holy Qur'an recounts how Allah (SWT) produces a human creature from mud in Surah Al Mu’minun, verses 12-16, and precisely reveals the cycle of creation, development, growing old, and eventually death. Allah (SWT) has defined "Insan" as the most powerful and dominant of His creations. Because human beings have been imparted with wisdom and intelligence unlike any other creature in the world. People have the ability to study and innovate in order to better their living situations. The wisdom enables "Insan" to discern between good and evil in order to maintain equality & tranquility.
"Insan" is meant to create "Insanyiat" via Religious principles as Allah's representative in the world. People have been guided by various prophets to promote and establish humanity and be kind to others. But the final words came through our Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W), who always supported humanity and taught others the basics of it. He (S.A.W) told us to treat others with kindness as we want ourselves to be treated. We should not harm anybody and our presence should be a source of peace harmony. It is stated in a Hadith narrated by AbuSirmah that:
Islam says on the basis of humanity says that we all are equal. It disregards the concepts of color, caste, creed, gender, and race. But it says that you are superior to one another on the basis of righteousness and piety. In the last sermon of Prophet (S.A.W), he said:
According to Islam, dedication to mankind is an essential component of faith. Muslims must be proactively engaged in community assistance. They should fulfill all the demands of all communities in which they live, not only Muslims but for everyone. We should serve the needed ones in every aspect of society. That’s why Allah (SWT) has obligated all of us to pay Zakat in order to help the needy. Quran says that:
In the above-mentioned Quranic verse, Allah Almighty commands Muslims to serve humanity and foster righteousness. If one fails in serving humanity, they aren’t considered good human beings. However, Islam encourages that Muslims should constantly be willing to serve humanity and show love and gratitude to all of God's creation.
There are different ways to serve humanity and Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) has surely guided us towards the right path. Islam denies rude, arrogant, and evil behavior. It teaches mankind to be humble and kind and treat each other in a sympathetic way. In another verse, it is stated that:
In this verse, Allah instructs Muslims on how to carry out their responsibilities to society as a whole. We must be polite to everybody, regardless of whether they are good to us. By adopting this lesson, you may help to bring peace to the world, tolerance, and unity in society. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) preached compassion, empathy, and generosity to all people. In a Hadith narrated Abu Hurairah:
In another Hadith, it was narrated from Anas bin Malik that:
Islam promotes the lesson of humanity in all the matters of daily life. Allah (SWT) has made its creation with a beautiful heart and mind but even if there are some issues among them on religion or any other matters. They should be kind and humble towards each other as it is the teaching of our great Prophet (S.A.W). you can only be a good human being if you don’t lack a sense of humanity. Verily, every person is different in traits from one another but we all are equal in Islam and should treat each other with modesty.
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