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Islam holds that moral qualities and good actions elevate the dignity and status of a man. The Quran and the Sunnah serve as the primary source of moral and ethical guidance in Islamic theology. Both the Quran and the hadith often speak in emphatic manners to instruct the Muslims to adopt a morally good character and extend due dignity to other human being. In particular, Islam holds that moral qualities and good actions elevate the dignity and status of a man. The Quran and the Sunnah serve as the primary source of moral and ethical guidance in Islamic theology. Both the Quran and the hadith often speak in emphatic manners to instruct the Muslims to adopt a morally good character and extend due dignity to other human being. In particular, respecting parents and elders, having love for the younger, greeting people in correct manner, showing kindness to fellow people, caring for the sick, speaking the truth, and avoiding rude and false speech have been greatly emphasized. The human dignity in Islam centres on three fundamental points, namely: (a) self respect; (b) respect for the dignity of others; and (c) the forbidding of torture and inhuman and degrading treatments. Self respect manifests itself in the fulfilment of duties towards Allah [SWT] and fellow human beings. Respect for dignity is not limited to one's self but it also covers that for others with no distinction whatsoever, not even toward the enemy. Torture and inhuman and degrading treatments are forbidden in Islam. Thus in the penal code for example, no confession may be extorted through force or violence. And the forbidding of torture is not limited in Islam to men but it also includes animals. The above aspects of human dignity and well-being are discussed in detail in this book. This book consists of fourteen (14) Chapters. Chapter 1 consists of Introduction. Chapter 2 consists of Human Dignity Explained. Chapter 3 consists of Affirmation of Human Dignity and Wellbeing in the Quran. Chapter 4 consists of Allah’s Love for Humanity Demonstrating Human Dignity and Wellbeing. Chapter 5 Consists of the Physical and Spiritual Nobility of Man With Respect to Human Dignity and Wellbeing Chapter 6 consists of Spiritual and Physical Health of Man towards His Dignity and Wellbeing and includes: Introduction; First Pillar of Islam: Faith; Second Pillar of Islam: Prayer; Third Pillar of Islam: Zikah (Charity); Fourth Pillar of Islam: Fasting in the Month of Ramadhan; Fifth Pillar of Islam: Hajj; and Concluding Remarks. Chapter 7 consists of Human Dignity with Respect to the Sacredness of Human Life. Chapter 8 consists of Need for Equality, Freedom, and Accountability for Human Dignity and Wellbeing. Chapter 9 consists of Dignity and Wellbeing with Respect to Social Responsibility and Fraternity. Chapter 10 consists of Universality of Human Rights with Respect to Human Dignity and Wellbeing and includes: Introduction; Dignity, Equality and Freedom; Entitlement of Justice and Equality before the Law; and Concluding Remarks. Chapter 13 Consists of Failure of Contemporary Muslim World to Uphold Human Dignity and Wellbeing. Chapter 14 consists of Summary and Conclusion. The Book is supported with Bibliography.


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Islam holds that moral qualities and good actions elevate the dignity and status of a man. The Quran and the Sunnah serve as the primary source of moral and ethical guidance in Islamic theology. Both the Quran and the hadith often speak in emphatic manners to instruct the Muslims to adopt a morally good character and extend due dignity to other human being. In particular, Islam holds that moral qualities and good actions elevate the dignity and status of a man. The Quran and the Sunnah serve as the primary source of moral and ethical guidance in Islamic theology. Both the Quran and the hadith often speak in emphatic manners to instruct the Muslims to adopt a morally good character and extend due dignity to other human being. In particular, respecting parents and elders, having love for the younger, greeting people in correct manner, showing kindness to fellow people, caring for the sick, speaking the truth, and avoiding rude and false speech have been greatly emphasized. The human dignity in Islam centres on three fundamental points, namely: (a) self respect; (b) respect for the dignity of others; and (c) the forbidding of torture and inhuman and degrading treatments. Self respect manifests itself in the fulfilment of duties towards Allah [SWT] and fellow human beings. Respect for dignity is not limited to one's self but it also covers that for others with no distinction whatsoever, not even toward the enemy. Torture and inhuman and degrading treatments are forbidden in Islam. Thus in the penal code for example, no confession may be extorted through force or violence. And the forbidding of torture is not limited in Islam to men but it also includes animals. The above aspects of human dignity and well-being are discussed in detail in this book. This book consists of fourteen (14) Chapters. Chapter 1 consists of Introduction. Chapter 2 consists of Human Dignity Explained. Chapter 3 consists of Affirmation of Human Dignity and Wellbeing in the Quran. Chapter 4 consists of Allah’s Love for Humanity Demonstrating Human Dignity and Wellbeing. Chapter 5 Consists of the Physical and Spiritual Nobility of Man With Respect to Human Dignity and Wellbeing Chapter 6 consists of Spiritual and Physical Health of Man towards His Dignity and Wellbeing and includes: Introduction; First Pillar of Islam: Faith; Second Pillar of Islam: Prayer; Third Pillar of Islam: Zikah (Charity); Fourth Pillar of Islam: Fasting in the Month of Ramadhan; Fifth Pillar of Islam: Hajj; and Concluding Remarks. Chapter 7 consists of Human Dignity with Respect to the Sacredness of Human Life. Chapter 8 consists of Need for Equality, Freedom, and Accountability for Human Dignity and Wellbeing. Chapter 9 consists of Dignity and Wellbeing with Respect to Social Responsibility and Fraternity. Chapter 10 consists of Universality of Human Rights with Respect to Human Dignity and Wellbeing and includes: Introduction; Dignity, Equality and Freedom; Entitlement of Justice and Equality before the Law; and Concluding Remarks. Chapter 13 Consists of Failure of Contemporary Muslim World to Uphold Human Dignity and Wellbeing. Chapter 14 consists of Summary and Conclusion. The Book is supported with Bibliography.

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