Generally Islamic States are allegedly in more conflict with secular norms of human rights which are introduced by western countries.Two chief Islamic countries (Iran/Saudi)are playing more roles to defense their apparently religious values in challenge with modern human rights norms. By discussing the jurisprudential differences between two countries,their attitudes to new concept of Islamic human rights are presented.They both assert that their legal system is based upon Islamic religion.Nonetheless the resemblance of the two legal frameworks may vary from each other, counted too far apart for putting them in one category.Since Saudi Arabia has not acceded to the Bill of international human rights yet, and on the other side CEDAW and CAT are not ratified by Iranian government. Instead of being members to the universal instruments both have ratified the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam. It seems that cultural and political interests play major role more than the true religion. The book,has philosophically tried to illustrate the characters of religious sects of these two aimed societies.It will benefit students,teachers of law(in particular comparative law).