Human rights are considered the basic of all commodities. They consist of easily followed rules that no one would want violated. In today’s society, many women and children find it difficult to acquire the same kinds of rights that men have, mainly because, even in modern day society, many women are seen as incapable of handling the same responsibilities and duties as men. In Morocco, the women are held hostage by their own religion, and the road to equal rights looks grim. The women in Morocco are only granted their rights if they do not contradict with the Muslim Bible, the Quran. Morocco is largely Muslim, so Muslim laws prevail, and some people are left to fight for things that are supposed to be “natural.” As a growing economy, just as the United States, adult women, and children in Morocco strike and demand for their rights, their male counter parts should stop overlooking them and give them the rights they naturally deserve.
Morocco is currently ruled by constitutional monarchy. Unlike the normal standards of a monarchy, a constitutional monarchy is still ruled by a king or queen, but not exclusively. People are elected that create and pass the laws of the land. In a complete monarchy the rule resides solely in the hands of powerful king or queen that makes and passes legislation his or her self. A woman has never ruled Morocco as queen. King Mohammed VI is the current ruler with Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane by his side as the Head of Government. The parliament in Morocco has failed to change rules that directly and indirectly look at women as inferior.
What are Human Rights and how are they being ignored?
Human rights are commonly known as a justification belonging to every human regardless of race or religion. Sometimes they are seen as ill-gotten guidelines that should not be given to certain people just because they are different. As stated in Article 2 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.
On occasion, deep faith in certain religions strictly prohibits some people from treating others as their counter parts and these faith-based rules are more closely followed than that of human rights. Human rights consist of common courtesy values that can include things such as the rights to speak freely and live freely and the right to be treated as equal. Some people might believe that the violation of these common rights is the violation of life itself.
The women of Morocco have been feeling a...