From what comes 'human right'? Is it God, or principle, or some intangible force? Or is it merely an illusion, a concept merely masking the intent of the governor as some supernaturally attuned being?
There is no such thing as a 'right'. No one is born into this world with right for anything. Fairness is a social construct, extrapolated from governance in a circular reasoning. There is only power, over yourself and others, and how it is expressed. Society is the expression of a governing power over those who agree to it, and the privileges that society affords are misconstrued as rights. In absence of a governance, the 'right' is nonexistent, and therefore anyone can do anything. The society is a limiter for functionality, to constrict for the benefit of the collective. Therefore, the 'right of a human' is an illusion. And the breaking of said rights as some inhumane act is impossible. Humans cannot be inhumane as it is their very character. Society can and will justify any means for its end, and the limiters of human rights are mere smokescreens for the powerful. Would a man have a right to be able to protect his children from dangerous emotional and violent animals? No, because the right of free association is delayed for the system's desire to express a twisted notion that diversity is a strength. You must accept the negro, that is what the system wants. The right of religion too, is an illusion, for religion is selected by the government for acceptance and rejection. A church may not deny homosexuality in its company, but a rabbi may suck the penis of a child and spread syphilis for his religion. These revulsive paradigms are not a right, or inhumane to the government, it is merely what the government chooses to bestow on the citizens.
The notion of 'human rights' is both intangible, and merely the smokescreen for disrupting thousands of years of tradition in stable prosperous societies for the current power structure. Defying them is a non-issue.