Dignity Agreement Meaning

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The word “dignity” is mentioned in the preamble to the Indian Constitution: an Islamic vision of dignity crystallizes in the Qur`an through the chosen biographies of Noah, Abraham, Joseph, David, Moses, Mary, Jesus and others (deviating from Bible accounts that the Koran claims to have been corrupted). Individuals like this are presented as models of dignity because they have not renounced their self-esteem by bending to social pressure. Faced with the fear of reproach, poverty, hunger, death, etc., these people clung to their sense of good and evil, which was in harmony with the divine saints. “The way forward is one where one submits one`s attitudes, ambitions and demands to divine laws; and thus leads a balanced and graceful life. Such a person has taken the most trustworthy support that will never refuse him” (Coran 31:22)[36] Such individuals receive the title of Muhsineen, under enormous pressure, but who have resisted in their positive actions. God has given these people authority and status in the country, and this reward is open to all who prove worthy: “We lend this honor and this position to all who live their lives according to our laws.” (Coran 37:80) [37] Those who fall into this category also enjoy divine protection from their mistakes: “That is why we saved you and your Son from them. We have done so because we protect those who live their lives according to divine conduct from such misadventures. (37:104-105) [37] The Koranic state that Muhammad began in Medinabegann tried to protect human dignity, for in a querin welfare state, individuals can work freely and live without the pressure on the threat of poverty, and thus respect God`s laws as free individuals who contribute to being part of a united brotherhood that works to reach the full potential of humanity. Many scholars of Islam, such as Mohammad-Ali Taskhiri, head of the Islamic Organization of Culture and Communication in Iran, made statements about dignity in 1994. According to Taskhiri, dignity is a state to which all men have the same potential, but which can only be achieved by a life that pleases god. [38] This is consistent with the 1990 Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam, which states that “true faith is the guarantee of such [fundamental human dignity] on the path to human perfection.” [39] The Convention states that “the parties to this Convention protect the dignity and identity of all human beings and guarantee to each person, without discrimination, respect for his integrity and other fundamental rights and freedoms with regard to the application of biology and medicine.” Dignity is a person`s right to be valued and respected for his own good and to be treated ethically.