افراد کی نجی زندگی میں رازداری کے حقوق : اسلامی تعلیمات اور مروجہ پاکستانی و مغربی قوانین
Privacy and the Law: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Islamic, Pakistani, and Western Regulations
Privacy rights are fundamental for societal peace and tranquility, ensuring the sanctity of individuals' private lives. This paper is a comprehensive exploration of the fundamental concept of privacy rights within the context of personal lives. This study examines the teachings of Islam concerning the confidentiality of private matters, analyzing their intersection with the established legal structures in both Pakistan and Western countries. By scrutinizing the compatibility and disparities between Islamic principles and contemporary laws, this research aims to provide profound insights into the protection and respect of privacy rights. The analysis sheds light on the delicate balance between religious teachings and legal regulations, emphasizing the evolving dynamics in today's diverse social landscapes. By delving into the nuanced complexities of privacy within religious beliefs and cultural values, this study offers a valuable perspective on the interplay between individual rights, societal norms, and legal frameworks. The research contributes not only to the academic discourse but also to the broader understanding of privacy rights, emphasizing their significance in fostering social harmony and individual well-being within the global multicultural context.