A comparative study of the rights of women in Universal Declaration of Human right with the Islamic Family system

عالمی منشور برائے انسانی حقوق میں عورت کو دئیے گئے حقوق کا اسلام کے خاندانی نظام سے تقابلی جائزہ

Authors

  • Dr. Burhan Ud Din
  • Dr. Muhammad Noman
  • Sadaf Parwin

Keywords:

Islam, Women, UDHR, Marriage, Divorce, Freedom, Family System.

Abstract

A closer look at the three contents of the section reveals that all three are related to the "family system". Islām has its own family system. Different family members have different rights and duties in that system. Laws related to the family system are called "family laws". The law of a country deals with three types of matters. Criminal, civil and family laws. Complaints in each other's affairs are for hearing and deciding, while the last one is for family matters to be discussed. The words "Personal Law" and "Public Law" are used in English for this family system. Sponsorship, custody, guardianship and austerity come under discussion. Almost all people follow personal law equally. Outcome: Our country has its own laws for the above-mentioned matters (inheritance, custody, divorce and child custody, etc.). In Pakistan, the 22 points raised by the scholars also included rights with regard to personal law. The rules and regulations regarding the family system in Islam, namely inheritance, divorce, custody, sponsorship, marriage, sponsorship and austerity. The world has an objection to all the principles related to it, etc., because of Article 16 of the same Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Published

2022-06-29

How to Cite

Ud Din, D. B., Noman, D. M., & Parwin, S. (2022). A comparative study of the rights of women in Universal Declaration of Human right with the Islamic Family system: عالمی منشور برائے انسانی حقوق میں عورت کو دئیے گئے حقوق کا اسلام کے خاندانی نظام سے تقابلی جائزہ. The Islamic Culture "As-Saqafat-Ul Islamia" الثقافة الإسلامية - Research Journal - Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Karachi, 47(1). Retrieved from https://theislamicculture.com/index.php/tis/article/view/818