Will you give information about the value Islam gives to the rights of a person?
In the religion of Islam, along with man's life, his belief, chastity, freedom, goods, property honor and dignity are protected. For, the peace and happiness of man in this world and the hereafter are based on the items mentioned above.
To violate the material or spiritual rights of a person is a great offense in the eye of Allah and it is not included in the scope of Allah's pardoning. That is, if you violate the rights of a person, you can be forgiven only by that person. Allah does not forgive that crime unless the other person receives his right or waives his right. Everybody has to show respect to the rights of others in the religion of Islam.
Man is a being that has a social life. Then, there are numerous social relationships among people. These relationships need to be established on truth and justice. Otherwise, violation of people's rights and oppression will occur.
The Quran protects the spiritual rights of people so much that it prohibits believers from harboring sinister suspicions about others, spying on others and backbiting.
“O ye who believe! avoid suspicion as much (as possible): for suspicion in some cases is a sin: and spy not on each other, nor speak ill of each other behind their backs. Would any of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother?” (al-Hujurat, 12)
Now, let us think fairly: Does a religion that prohibits backbiting andspying on others allow anarchy, terror and killing others unjustly?
- Will you give information about the value Islam gives to the rights of a person?
- Can you explain the value attached by Islam to human rights?
- What is the decree on ghiybah (backbiting)? Is it appropriate to continue backbiting thinking that one asks for forgiving from others? How will one be forgiven by others in the hereafter?
- What are the types of backbiting? Why and to what extent is backbiting bad?
- What is the penalty for oppressing with the tongue?
- Is it a sin to have suspicions and negative thoughts about others? Is it still a sin if it remains only in the heart and if it is not uttered? Is having negative thoughts different from backbiting? What should we do to avoid having negative thoughts?
- Are the previous sins of a person who becomes a Muslim forgiven?
- Could you give information about backbiting?
- What are the basic values that the religion of Islam orders to be protected?
- What are the basic conditions that the religion of Islam gives man?