Let's consider that there is a balance between women and men. Often in our societies the weight of men is heavier. But what if? What if equality is achieved between everyone, woman and man, white and black, strong and weak? What if the saying: we are all equal, becomes real?
Religions have urged equality. Real Islam, for example, makes no difference between an Arab and a non-Arab except with piety and good deeds. People are equal, there is no difference between white and black, rich and poor, strong and weak, and this is the first principle of human rights. Article No.7 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that all people are equal before law, and they have the right to enjoy equal protection from it.
In addition, the Palestinian constitution, Article 9, stipulates that Palestinians are equal before law regardless race, sex, color, ,religion, political opinion or disability. Unfortunately, humans just read what's written in the constitutions but they did not do it. We moved away from applying equality. We showed discrimination and racism. We liked power and nepotism, so poverty and crimes spread. But what if we go hundreds of years ago, back to what our ancestors did? When the caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab cared about his people affairs day and night, and didn't sleep while one of his people was hungry. We need change, we need a just ruler who says and does, then we will get a better and safe society.
Equality is of great importance as it creates a spirit of love and cooperation among individuals. Most countries call for the application of equality right, whether the natural person and those with special needs. an example is what the State of Qatar did in FIFA World Cup 2022, where it chose a disabled young man to be the tournament ambassador, where the young Qatari Ghanem Al-Muftah, a person with caudal regression syndrome, appeared alongside the international star Morgan Freeman, and the two exchanged a dialogue in which the young Ghanem represented the voice of the Arabs, while Morgan spoke in the West tongue. This opening of the World Cup translates into equality in every sense of the word. Every country must support its citizens, and achieve equality. Then civilizations will flourish and safety will spread. In conclusion: our vision must be, together, hand in hand, to achieve equality and non-discrimination.