Human beings must be treated with honour and respect

All human beings are the Children of Adam. So, all human beings must be treated with honour, respect and regard, without distinction of any kind, such as the colour of their skin, their race, line of descent, social background, national origin, gender, age, language, religion, political or other opinion, education, occupation, job, wealth, property or any other status.

Allah has honoured the Children of Adam [17:70].

The most honoured is the one who is the best in Taqwa [49:13] i.e.

- the one who best follows the Right Guidance [47:17, 39:28], the Straight and the Balanced Path [6:153] and best complies with the Laws and Commands of Allah, with humility and submissiveness, in all walks of life [2:21]  

- the one who strives to establish the Divine System of Salat, and set up the Just Economic Order of Zakat; the one who is true to his promises whenever he makes a promise; the one who remains steadfast and keeps constancy with the Divine Law in physical or emotional distress and in times of peril [2:177]

the one who keeps his wealth open for mankind in favourable as well as in adverse circumstances; who diverts and sublimates his anger and potentially virulent emotions to creative energy, and becomes a source of tranquility and comfort to people; who pardons people gracefully; who quickly corrects any wrong or indecency that has occurred from him; who stays mindful of (the Laws of) Allah, protects himself from trailing behind in dignity, and refrains from willfully persisting in error. [3:133-135]

- the one who has conviction in Allah and the Last Day and the Angels and the Book and the Prophets, and gives his wealth that he loves, to: family and relatives; orphans; widows; those left helpless in the society; those whose hard-earned income fails to meet their basic needs; those whose running businesses have stalled; those who have lost their jobs; whose life has stalled for any reason; the disabled; the needy wayfarer, son of the street, the homeless, the one who travels to him for assistance; those who ask for help, and those whose necks are burdened with any kind of bondage, oppression, crushing debts and extreme hardship of labour [2:177]