What is the being that is born when it is four feet, then becomes a bipod, and when it gets older it gets a third leg? One of the difficult enigmas of the Greek mythology that the Sphinxput on the passengers by outside Thebes, which was solved by the wise Oedipus and defeated it forever. The answer is ”the man ”. Can the Sphinx stopped killing people after the enigma was solved, but people did not stop dying.Who took her place? Do we know today the importance of the word <<man or human life>>? On the occasion of the Universal Day of Human Rights, let us encourage ourselves to think more deeply about these rights in terms of their protection, observance and application. Of course ‘’what’s a right?’’is a controversial question and has been the subject of annotation andcontroversy between philosophers throughout the ages. The variety of interpretation of our rights motivates us to see how fragile human rights are and how easy it is to break the rights. However, their value is invaluable and fundamental, so we must first awake ourselves and then, having motivated ourselves, we will motivate others!
Human rights are thirty and shaped as a follow-up to SecondWorld War. They were adopted in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights inParis by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948. Two years later the World Human Rights Day was celebrated on December 10th. A brief look at our inalienable rights:
 the Sphinx killed those who did not manage togive the right answer. The way she killed her victims comes etymologically fromher name, that is, from the verb “tighten”.