عالمی منشور برائے انسانی حقوق 1948ء کی روشنی میں اسلام کے تصورِ غلامی پر اعتراض کا تحقیقی جائزہ
A research review of objection to the concept of slavery of Islam in the light of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948
Keywords:Quran, Muhammad S.A.W, UDHR ,Slave, Jail ,Murder, Rights, West
The history of slavery is very old. In which three types are very famous. Sell a freelance person, making slavery to a person resulting in a loss, and the prisoners arrested in the war were enslaved. Islam eliminated the first two types and the third case as an option left. On December 10th, 1948 UN passed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which includes the right to human rights with other rights. Any type of slavery was prohibited. In the light of this universal charter, objections to Islam's concept of slavery began to be raised. What is the validity of the objections in the light of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948 raised against the Islamic concept of slavery? the methodology adopted for this research is to examine the contents of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights from an Islamic point of view. In the same way, a true Islamic, rational and logical examination of the concept of slavery of Islam has been presented. There is also a wise law about slaves in the universal system that Islam has given to the world. Slavery in the name is left, otherwise, all their rights are in no way less than free human beings. In case of any kind of abuse, they could have approached the Islamic court and got justice.
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