Special Supplement - Issue No 4 - Part 1

Special Supplement – Issue No 4 – Part 12019-10-24T09:05:07+00:00

Participant Researchers

Dr. Mashael Abdel Aziz Al-Hajri

Dr. Mahmoud Al Shuwaiat

Dr. Yehya Al Nemr

Prof. Lafi Daradekah

Prof. Emad Al Dein Abd Elhay

Dr. Hammad M. Azab

Prof. Ashraf Wafa Mohamad

Prof Fawzy Belkinani

Dr. Abdulaziz Bukhars

Dr. Maamar Bentria

Prof. Amin Dawwas

Dr. Mohammad Alhihi

Prof. John H. Minan

Prof Kris Gledhill

Dr. Jeet Singh Mann

Prof. Michael Bogdan

Dr. Carrie Leonetti

Dr. Myra E. J.  B. Williamson

Dr. Chinyere Ezeoke

Dr. Ghalib Al-Bulooshi

Dr. Anthony Cullen


Rehabilitation of Humanity and Human Rights in the Light of Contemporary Developments

By: Prof. Badria A. Al-Awadi

The events and developments occurring in different regions of the world, taking the form of ethnic, commercial, political or other forms of conflicts, confirm the decline of the status of the human being, human rights, and human values ​​and principles in local, regional and international policies and relations. This is despite the prevalence and strength in the position of human rights after the Second World War with the establishment of United Nations Organization for International Peace and Security (1945) and its specialized organizations, the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1966), in addition to a number of other steps and actions coinciding with the independence movement of the majority of Arab and Islamic countries from colonial countries, declaring constitutions and enacting laws that uphold the human rights and urge solidarity and interdependence. An exception is the state of Palestine as it is still under the Israeli occupation, which committed, and still commits, massacres and crimes that do not differentiate between young and old or man and woman, including violations of the sanctity of religious holy places (mosques and churches), land confiscation, house demolitions, forced displacement and others.

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