Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Mofid University, Qom, Iran.
Since the ratification of UDHR, Many steps have been passed, to universalize it, and religions and schools have been necessitated to take their position about it. Islamic trends and thinkers, also, have been considered it form different perspectives and approaches that, "Islamic human rights" is among the most prominent and current of them. Although within different discourses, this idea has been interpreted differently and includes many conceptions, but its conservative interpretation has the most contradiction with modern human rights. This approach seeks to find an especial formulation of human rights, which is compatible with traditional view of Islamic teachings and values. This approach has been relied on several premises that, religious human rights is the most important of them. This article tries to analyze the conditions for possibility of this doctrine and difficulties which is faced with them. From this article's point of view, Islamic human rights, in its particularistic and conservative meaning, which has district and clear distinction with the accepted sense of human rights in the modern world, is a self- contradicted doctrine.