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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 3606-3613

Animal Rights, Protection And Economic Benefits: A Review In The Context Of Islamic Teachings

Dr. Saeed Ul Haq Jadoon, Dr. Muhammad Anees, Dr. Aminullah, Ihtisham ul Haq, Dr. Najmul Hassan, Zafar Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Abdul Haq, Muhammad Sadiq.


Islam is a universal religion in which the principles of health and care of cattles are also laid down. Religious rules encourage care of cattle and declared to be merciful with them. Its philosophy is that, wealth of Animals is an important part of any state in their economy, so it is important to take care of it. Islam has laid down prominent principles in this regard. Before Islam, it was customary for some religions to consider animals as a means of entertainment during sports, rejoicing and national holidays, but Islamic civilization came out, in terms of its principles and practices, became the source of such subtle human consciousness in such a merciful form that no previous civilization had been blessed before. Animals also deserve mercy and compassion just as human beings deserve it. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:
Translation: “The Most Merciful(ALLAH) has mercy on those who have mercy. Have mercy on the people of the earth. The people of the heavens will have mercy on you.
According to the Qur'an, the world of animals is also, like the world of man, which has certain characteristics, a special temperament and has a special nature of consciousness. The Holy Qur'an Says:
Translation: "Every animal that walks on the earth or flies away from the other side, they also have groups like you people."
In this research article we will examine what are those steps which has taken by religion Islam for the development and to protect livestock.

Key words: Animal, Rights, Protection, Economic Benefits, Islamic Teachings,

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