A Comparative Study of Fundamental Human Rights in Iran and International Documents

A Comparative Study of Fundamental Human Rights in Iran and International Documents

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Publishing year : 2015

Conference : International Conference on Science and Engineering

Number of pages : 7

Abstract: The fundamental human rights are among the rights, which in comparison with other human rights regulations are brilliant, irreversible and un-deviational, and their lack of observance would lead to the international responsibility of all governments. Although in the Islamic revolution system of Iran, these rights do not have equal values, they are interdependent. The fundamental rights such as living rights, freedom, and the prohibition of torture are emphasized and supported both in the Islamic Republic of Iran (Chapter 3) and international documents (Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Conventions). However, in some regulations such as the type and punishment of criminals and equality of people against the law, there is a discrepancy between the Irans regulations and international documents, which due to Irish regulations on Islamic standards and Sharia standards and their compliance with the Standards of international rights has led to challenges, so the international community of international rights has condemned Iran for violating such rights. In this research, which is a descriptive-analytic one using the library and the internet, it has been attempted to analyze the foundations and essence of human rights and fundamental human rights, and meanwhile, to find a solution to the difference between these rights. Moreover, looking briefly at the human rights system in Iran, we introduced the similarities and differences between these rights in Iran and international rights. Finally, we analyze the issue of violation of fundamental human rights and the obligations considered for these rights in domestic and international courts.