غیر مسلموں کے حقوق شریعت اور قانون کی روشنی میں اور پاکستان کا اس میں عصری اطلاق

Authors

  • قدسیہ خاکوانی
  • خدیجہ بی بی

Keywords:

Minorities, Civil Right, Responsibility, Constitution, Communities, Dominantly, Civilization

Abstract

Islam seeks to establish such a society where all citizens of the state enjoy
equal rights and religion should not become the basis for any discrimination. Sharia
laws hold both Muslims and non-Muslims equal and no superiority or privilege is
given to the Muslims on any ground in Islamic state. Islamic state is responsible for
the protection and security of minorities. If it has entered into an agreement with
another nation. The protection and security of the latter also falls under its domain of
responsibility. The Islamic state is responsible for the protection of lives, honor and
property of the minorities. On the map of world, Pakistan was established in August
1947 as a homeland for the Muslims. It is a predominately Muslim Country but there
are several religious groups within Pakistan; the Hindus and the Christian’s being the
biggest religious minorities. The Constitution 1973 describes Pakistan as an “Islamic
republic State”. It is a predominately Muslim State but there are several nonMuslims groups living here as citizens. Pakistan’s Constitution stands for equality of
all citizens irrespective of religion, caste, region, language and gender. Islam the
state of Pakistan stands for respect, peace and toleration for all non-Muslims citizens.
This paper examines the population and constitutional position of minorities in
Pakistan and sharia laws. It also provides a general picture of major religious
communities: the Hindus, the Christians and the Sikhs etc, who are living in
Pakistan. Pakistan’s religious minorities have freedom to practice their religion and Pursue their cultural heritage.

Published

2020-06-30