Human Rights and Racial Discrimination In Islam - Abdul Aziz Al Khayyaat
Author: Abdul Aziz Al Khayyaat
Binding: Softcover booklet, 127 pages
Publisher: Dar As Salam, Egypt
It was not until man began to lose his rights that he began to recognize them and pursue them. Divine laws were sent down through prophets to establish these rights for the well being of man. Divine laws were sent down through prophets to establish these rights for the well being of man. The more man strayed from the implementation of these divine rights, the more he began to place importance on the legislation and implementation of new man-made laws to replace what he lost.
In this book the writer is trying to clarify the meaning of human rights in Islam.