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The primary objective of this research article is to undertake a comparative analysis of civil rights, specifically within the contexts of Islamic law and Western civil law. The examination of civil rights holds immense importance in relation to safeguarding and advancing individual rights and privileges within a legal framework. This study aims to examine the fundamental principles, underlying foundations, and practical implementation of civil rights within Islamic law and Western civil law. The objective is to identify and elucidate the similarities, distinctions, and potential convergence points between these two legal systems. It is crucial to acknowledge that this analysis provides a comprehensive perspective, while also acknowledging the presence of divergences and intricacies inherent in both Islamic jurisprudence and Western civil legal frameworks. Furthermore, the concept of civil rights and its interpretation has the potential to undergo a transformation as communities and legal systems advance.
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