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Books of Order, The Flammaen Orders

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Books of Order, The Flammaen Orders
Book One, Book of Humanities



Introduction
Under the ever watchful God, He has set unto man protections here they shall be written on paper. So that no man or woman shall be removed such rights that have been sent down upon us.

The Right to life 
The Right to life shall not be crossed, all of humanity shall be respected and dealt with only the up most respect. If an Offspring of Adam takes the life of another in murder, and not in self defense, shall be put into a proper and competent court which will be able to decide whether or not an individual has forfeited his right to life by disregarding the right to life and peace of other human beings.

 The Right of Safty of Life
The Right of safety of life is to be given to all of humanity. To those in other nations and to those in the Caliphate. Should a human come into the nation calling for sanctuary shall be let in, however if they have fled a nation to run from punishment of the murder of a human, treason, corruption, crimes of economic nature, political scandals, or other evils, let them know they have not a place in the Nation.

Onto all there is the duty of saving the life of humans, there are several forms of saving the human from death. A human may be ill or wounded, irrespective of his nationality, race or colour. If the witness knows that the human is in need of help, then it is your duty that you should arrange for it’s treatment for disease or wound. If it is dying of starvation, then it is your duty to feed him so that it can ward off death. If the human is drowning or his life is at stake, then it is your duty to save the human.

The Right of Women
The Right of preserving respect for the chastity of Women
A woman's chastity shall be respected and protected under all circumstances, whether she belongs to our own nation or to the nation of an enemy, whether we find her in the wild forest or in a conquered city; whether she is our co-religionist or belongs to some other religion or has no religion at all. A citizen cannot outrage her under any circumstances. All promiscuous relationship has been forbidden to the males, irrespective of the status or position of the woman, whether the woman is a willing or an unwilling partner to the act.

The Right to a Basic Standard of Life
The Right to a Basic Standard of Life
And to all shall be guaranteed a basic living standard. Anyone who asks for help and anyone who is suffering from deprivation has a right in the property and wealth of the Tawhidists; irrespective of the fact whether they belong to this nation or to that nation, to this country or to that country, to this race or to that race. If you are in a position to help and a needy person asks you for help or if you come to know that they are in need, then it is your duty to help them. God has established His right over you, which you have to honour as a Tawhidists.

The Individual’s Right to Freedom
Tawhidism has clearly and categorically forbidden the primitive practice of capturing a free man, to make him a slave or to sell him into slavery. This has not been qualified or made applicable to a particular nation, race, country or followers of a particular religion.
All shall be protected under this law.

The Right to Justice 
This is a very important and valuable right which has been written here to be preserved

All of those in statuses of power, whether in the courts, in the houses of Government, in the libraries and in the schools, from every abode and from every farm and niche of the world, they shall to just not only with ordinary human beings but even with their enemies. In other words, the justice to which the New Caliphate of Auri Flammae invites these citizens is not limited only to the citizens of their own country, or the people of their own tribe, nation or race, or the Tawhidist community as a whole, but it is meant for all the human beings of the world.

All holdings of power shall have a permanent habit and character that should be such that no man should ever fear injustice at their hands, and they should treat every human being everywhere with justice and fairness.

The Equality of Human Beings
The state not only recognizes absolute equality between its subjects, irrespective of any distinction of colour, race or nationality, it it makes it an important and significant principle, a reality. All human beings are brothers and sisters to one another. They all are the descendants from one father and one mother.

This means that the division of human beings into nations, races, groups and tribes is for the sake of distinction, so that people of one race or tribe may meet and be acquainted with the people belonging to another race or tribe and cooperate with one another. This division of the human race is neither meant for one nation to take pride in its superiority over others nor is it meant for one nation to treat another with contempt or disgrace, or regard them as a mean and degraded race and usurp their rights.

The superiority of one man over another, in the eyes of God, is only on the basis of God-consciousness, purity of character and high morals, and not on the basis of colour, race, language or nationality, and even this superiority based on piety and pure conduct does not justify that such people should play lord or assume airs of superiority over other human beings.

Assuming airs of superiority is in itself a reprehensible vice which no God-fearing and pious man can ever dream of perpetrating. Nor does the righteous have more privileged rights over others, because this runs counter to human equality, which has been laid down in the beginning of this verse as a general principle. From the moral point of view, goodness and virtue is in all cases better than vice and evil.

None shall be rejected a job, economic affair, political affair, or the rights listed herein by this Book.
All praise belongs to God, Lord of the Worlds
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