We say that justice means where things have to stand, where people stand. We believe that the place of things has to be defined by their creator. People’s place has to be defined by their creator, but they say they define the place of things by themselves, said Amoli on Wednesday.
"The rights that they talk about in today’s world, be it in the UN or other legal organizations, lack any scientific justification, because legal notions rely on an array of notions the key to which is justice which relies on a source,” he stated.
He said that Islamic and non-Islamic interpretations of human rights stem from their differing views of justice and said that in the Islamic world view, justice means that everything has to exist in its proper place, which is defined by the Creator.