The Importance Of Animal Rights In Islam

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In the earth we share and spend our life with the humans, animals, and plants even the inanimate , and from our unity consist the life and vibrancy.
Every element is important to maintain a normal life, every one of them dependent on the other to be together to make a model of continuous life. one of the leading human responsibilities save the natural resources of the land like creatures that dramatically affect each series and even one component can affect the life cycle. As a Muslim our religious is covers all the details in the life, So i am selected my subject in the field of animal rights in Islam and how to deal with it, and I will touch the animal rights set forth in the Qur'an and Sunnah and stories from Islamic history that show
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So we look at the animal world a realistic view of its importance in the life and usefulness of the human person, and to cooperate with him in the architecture of the universe and the continuation of life. Thus, Islam was denied torture the animal, as well as Islam forbids the imprisonment of the animal or crush it, and ordered it to use in what created it, and not overwork, or can not afford loaded from weightlifting. Quran states to honor the animal, and the statement of its position and its importance, and to locate the human side, he says Almighty: (And cattle He has created for you (men): from them ye derive warmth, and numerous benefits, and of their (meat) ye eat.(5)And ye have a sense of pride and beauty in them as ye drive them home in the evening, and as ye lead them forth to pasture in the morning.(6)And they carry your heavy loads to lands that ye could not (otherwise) reach except with souls distressed: for your Lord is indeed Most Kind, Most Merciful,(7)And (He has created) horses, mules, and donkeys, for you to ride and use for show; and He has created (other) things of which ye have no knowledge.(8)) (surah An-Nahl).

Based on this, the Qur'an goes on to define the importance of the animal, and it is a part of life in which we live, and can not be overlooked or
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He drank then got out, whereby he saw a dog panting, eating sand from thirst. The man said this dog felt thirst the way I did, then he descended to the well and filled up his shoe then he held the dog from his mouth and made him drink, hence Allah praised him for that and forgave him. Then the companions said: Do we get rewarded for animals? He replied, “In every living soul there is a reward”. (Agreed
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