Next is how secular laws are interfering with the culture and religion of Middle Eastern people. This is especially true in Pakistan, which has had a history of having problems with keeping up with human rights. The mix of traditional Islamic ways and government laws are causing some issues. Although citizens should have the freedoms stated in the document they are not given them because religious and even some political officials believe that these freedoms are less important than strictly following faith. A man by the name of Muhammad Ali Junnah had suggested incorporating both human rights and Islam together, but nothing could be worked out due to the vast amount of conflicting views. The want for rights is present except no one is pushing for them because there are other things Pakistan needs to work on as stated, “Furthermore, courts suffer from lack of funds, outside intervention… Many observers inside and outside Pakistan contend that Pakistan’s legal code is largely concerned with crime… and less with the protection of individual rights.” Like what was discussed earlier other problems must addressed before rights can be fully protected, and in this case finding the balance of Islam and secular views. It is certainly trying to be achieved, and throughout the past few years things have gotten much better (Saleem 1-2).
Asylum seekers are looking for a place that they can go to and live as refugees. Most of these are women and children and they are constantly getting their rights refused, and when trying to find a place to escape to most countries will not let them come onto their