حقوق المواطنين من غير المسلمين في المجتمع الإسلامي

Keywords: Rights, Minorities, Islamic Society


Islamic society is the name of a system based on a pure belief and thought. And that's called ideology. From which the Islamic system and rules, etiquette and ethics springs give birth to a special system which is called Islam. This Islamic society has given us a clear law for living and giving importance to Islamic decisions. The solution to all the necessities of life lies within this system, in which individual and collective, material and spiritual problems are solved without any discrimination. The world clearly recognizes that Islam is the guardian of human rights, that is, sometimes by teaching brotherhood, sometimes by teaching compassion and love, so that the rights of all living beings, from the first to the last, are met in a system this is Islam.

That is why the Muslims in the first period spread the message of Islam from the east to the west of the world, thanks to which we today have no country or city where the Muslim nation is not inhabited. There was a mixed society in the time of the Prophet (peace be upon him) which need not be described because it is obvious to all. Now the question is how did the Holy Prophet live with these non-Muslims? By acknowledging their beliefs? Or did he impose whatever he did without their consent? Or did the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) not formulate rules and regulations that were essential for living a good life? So in view of this question, we have put a small effort in the service of you gentlemen so that by following this Islamic society, access to reality is possible.