Religion is a fundamental aspect of human culture, providing guidance, values, and a sense of purpose to individuals and communities. However, throughout history and in contemporary times, violations of human rights and social justice have occurred based on religious differences. This abstract discusses the multifaceted nature of violations in society stemming from religious beliefs. It highlights key themes such as discrimination, violence, intolerance, and the infringement of basic human rights experienced by individuals and groups due to their religious affiliations. The abstract also underscores the importance of promoting religious freedom, interfaith dialogue, and a deeper understanding of diverse belief systems to foster inclusivity and mitigate such violations. By exploring case studies and examining the role of societal, political, and economic factors, this abstract seeks to provide insights into the complex dynamics that contribute to violations in society based on religion. Ultimately, it aims to raise awareness about the significance of upholding human rights and promoting a harmonious coexistence among people of various religious backgrounds.