FAHM-I-ISLAM

Authors:   ڈاکٹر شمس الحسین ظہیر[1], ڈاکٹربادشاہر ٰنحمالازہری [2], DOI:

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The Arab castes’ life in pre-Islamic era is totally depended in oral quarrels whether on poet or on addresser. The status of an addresser was not less than a poet. That is, why they celebrated a festival for the birth of a new addresser amongst them. Thus he was honored with title of “echo of the cast”. But the question is that: “What kind of addresses they delivered?” is to be analytically answered. To introduce for an Urdu literary in a comparative study of literatures, this articles discusses the structure of some selected addresses, the themes, its features and the relevancy to the event. It also describes the famous addressers of illiteracy era.

Authors:   ڈاکٹر راشدہ پروین[1], پروفیسر ڈاکٹر محمد امین [2], DOI:

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“Fiqh” or “Al-Fiqh” is one of the most important fields of Islamic Religious Sciences. It deals with the nature and rulings of the practices usually observed by the Muslims in their daily lives regarding being lawful or otherwise. In this field, the contributions of the religious scholars of the province of Khyberpakhtunkhwa are highly admirable. Being a gate-way for the Sub-Continent including Chi na, the scholastic pursuits progressing in Syria, Iraq and subsequently in Asia Minor, particularly impressed/influenced the Fiqhi developments of this region (Khyberpakhtunkhwa). The reason for the said influence on this specific area (region) has also been elaborated in this article. An massive creative work along with original research studies were carried out by the inhabitant scholars of the Sub-Continent in general and that of the Khyberpakhtunkhwa Province, in particular since long duly producing remarkable books in this field. There is another specific characteristic of the people of this region: that the majority of them are the followers of “Fiqh-e-Hanfi”.

In this article, only as a sample, an analytical review of the books of “Ulema” hailing from this region (like Syed Amin –al-Haque”, Maulana Shais

Authors:   ڈاکٹرمحمدعزیز [1], ڈاکٹرمحمدناصر [2], DOI:

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Imam Razi has earned a reliable name and fame in world of scholars. He was the great exponent of Islam and his famous and unique interpretive work on the Quran called “Tafseer Kabeer” is considered as remarkable and valuable work in the Muslim world. Originally it was named “Mafatih Al-Ghayb” however it was nicknamed as Tafsir Al-Kabir. Being a great research work, power of an argumentation and prudenciality, it is an incomparable Tafseer. Imam Razi was well versed, both in rationality and traditional religion. This commentary contains much of philosophical and intellectual interest. The nature of this commentary is big different from others in many way. Hehas explained, grammatical composition, and background of revelation with clarity and detail.It contains a strong refutation of all the erring sects of his time, namely, Jahmiyyah, Mu'tazilah, Mujassimah, etc..The purpose of this research is to describe the methodology and techniques of Tafseer-e-Kabeer.

Authors:   مریم نورین [1], ڈاکٹرراشدہ پروین[2], DOI:

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The opponents of the Great Imam Abu Haneefa are of the view that he, while resolving any new mas’ala or issue, prefers logical considerations as compared to Quran and Hadith. On this a great amount of proofs have been produced by the Hanfi scholars that it is not the case. Imam Abu Haneefa never attempted to violate any rule of “Usoolal.Fiqh” while deducing any new verdict. He has clearly said that when a clear cut and thoroughly proved correct Hadith is found by him, he decides by that, but when there is no such thing available he uses his common sense to solve the problem for the relief of the people. He asserts that Religion, “Deen” is to facilitate the public and not to put them in trouble.

In this reference, he has clarified the situation by saying that “when I find Quranic proof I pick that, but when I don’t find that I choose (to study) the Hadith of the Prophet (PBUH), the traditions of His followers which are fully authentic. When I do not find the same (issue) in Quran and Hadith as well, I adopt the sayings of the companions of the Prophet (PBUH). However, whichever of the sayings of the companions is liked by me I take the same and leave the others. I do not adopt sayings of any other one. When “AbrahimSh’abi”, Hussain Abn Sireen and Saeed Bin Al-Museeb did so,

Authors:   ڈاکٹر شبیر حسین[1], محمد نذیر [2], DOI:

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The development and accomplishment of Islamic societies is a matter of great importance. The significance and the need of this issue is not only a natural desire but it is the requirement of human societies. To proceed on the way of accomplishment and progress is a natural desire that Allah Almighty has inserted into human beings. The individual perfection of character and person is guaranty of an exemplary developed society that is the ultimate wish of Islam. In this regard, Allah Almighty has described the causes of the destruction of the nations of earlier prophets. Such narrations are shown up to the coming nations so that they could avoid such negligence. Quran has described these events as lessons to achieve the perfection in personal as well as in collective, social life.Today the development of science and technology is considered the perfection and the height of the progress of mankind. But the concept of human progress and perfection is different in the light of holy Quran. Islam considers these developments the part of human necessities in their worldly lives not the ultimate achievement that is required for a society that possesses human characteristics. According to Quran the respect of human values is the dire need of a peaceful and privileged society.
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Authors:   Mr. Ahmad Saeed Jan [1], Mr. Muhammad Saeed Shafiq [2], DOI:

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There is no doubt that Islam has provided basic and permanent rules and guidance for the establishment of better and peaceful society. And has given equal rights to man and woman to established a strength in society, therefore a Muslim woman has a Key role In the Islamic society. When we study the Islamic history and seer’ah we can find tremendous examples of the role of the women in the Muslim’s society.

Muslim woman plays her role in different shapes in the society, like Mother, Daughter, sister, and teacher. Apart from this contribution Islam has given her opportunities to play her role in different fields of the life, under the umbrella of Islamic rules and ethics.

Authors:   Dr. Muhammad Amin [1], Dr Muhammad Saeed Shafiq [2], DOI:

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Trust has different forms in Islam, including faithfulness in keeping people’s secrets.Secret is called "SER" in Arabic, the plural of which is "Asrar". Keeping secrets or "Asrar" has been made obligatory by Islam for each and every Muslim. Allah Says: "Fulfill the assurances/promises made with people, indeed you will be asked about that (promise)". This is considered so important in Islam’s view that disclosing a person’s secret is considered as one of the capital sins. There are so many points being very important have been discussed in the article under reference in detail to make a beneficial document for all and sundry who want to further investigate this issue.

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