اجتماعی انسانی حقوق (خطبات نبوی کے تناظر میں )

Social and Human Rights: Perspectives from the Prophetic Sermons

  • Muhammad AbuBakar M.Phil. Scholar, Minhaj University Lahore, Pakistan
  • Dr. Ghulam Ahmad khan Assistant professor , Minhaj University Lahore, Pakistan
Keywords: Social Justice, Human Rights, Prophetic Sermons, Islamic Ethics, Equality, Contemporary Relevance

Abstract

This study explores the intersection of social and human rights within the framework of the Prophetic sermons. Delving into the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), it examines the principles and values that underpin social justice and human rights in Islamic tradition. Through a comprehensive analysis of the Prophet's sermons, the research elucidates key themes such as equality, dignity, compassion, and justice. By contextualizing these principles within contemporary discourse on social and human rights, the study aims to shed light on their relevance and applicability in modern societies. Drawing upon a diverse range of sources, including religious texts, historical accounts, and scholarly interpretations, the analysis offers insights into how the Prophetic teachings can inform and inspire efforts towards creating more just and equitable societies. Ultimately, this research contributes to a deeper understanding of the ethical foundations of social and human rights in Islam, emphasizing the enduring relevance of the Prophetic tradition in addressing contemporary socio-political challenges.

Published
2024-03-20