Human rights are moral principles or social norms that describe a model of human behavior which is generally understood to be fundamental rights that are not to be entitled to “due and inherent to any person merely for being or being a human being”; inherent to them regardless of their identity, place of birth, language, religion or origin Ethnic or any other situation. And its protection is organized as legal rights under domestic and international law. It applies universally and at all times and equally to all people. It requires identification, feeling and the rule of law and requires one to respect the human rights of others. It should not and should not be taken away only as a result of due process of law guaranteeing rights and in accordance with specific circumstances. For example, human rights may include freedom from unjust imprisonment, torture and execution. It recognizes the value and dignity of all members of the human family. By recognizing these freedoms, one can enjoy security and security and be able to make the decisions that govern his life.
Recognition of the inherent dignity of the human family and of its equal and established rights is a fundamental pillar of freedom, justice and peace in the world.  Disdain or disregard and disregard for human rights are leading to catastrophes against humanity and barbaric acts that have caused and inflicted deep wounds and strife in the human conscience. It is therefore necessary and necessary for international and national law and legislation to protect human rights so that one does not eventually have to rebel against tyranny and injustice, 1 so that the world and humanity will not witness further disasters against human rights and the human conscience.