Peshawar Islamicus ISSN(Print): 2305-154X, ISSN(Online):2521-8409

2) Legal Excuses provided on the ground of Necessity in light of Broom’s Legal Maxims and the Ottoman Mejelle: An Academic and Comparative Review
Author(s):سلیم خان / ڈاکٹر معراج الاسلام ضیاء

Abstract :

Both Islamic Fiqh and the statutory Law try to facilitate their followers in different ways under changing circumstances. In this regard many “legal excuses and facilities” are provided and considered to help their supporters. For ensuring these facilities both Islamic Fiqh and the statutory Law have formed several Legal maxims (al-qaw┐‘id al-fiqhiyya) and some Fundamental Legal Principles. In the Legal Science there are some particular and well-known legal excuses such as non-competency, disability of performance and necessity etc. This article focuses on such kind of excuses and facilities provided by both of them i.e Fiqh Isl┐mi and the statutory Law.
3) The Principles of Research derived from the Qur’┐nic Story of al-Kha╔ir and Moses (A.S): An Applied Study on the contemporary system of Education & Research
Author(s):ڈاکٹر سعید الرحمن / سعید الحق جدون

Abstract :

The sublime Qur’┐n is a comprehensive and flawless book of Allah (SWT) revealed for the guidance of mankind in each walk of life including education and research. Its emphasis on education and research is evident from the fact that its very first chapter commands Reading (iqra’) which is closely related to education. The rules and principles which the sublime Qur’┐n has chalked out for learning and research are the very essence of our whole education system. Today, we have many new systems, emerging methods of research and latest ways of learning but if we try to probe into the matter we come to know that the sublime Qur’┐n has given many of these methods, principles and ways of learning and research fourteen Hundred years ago. That’s why the noble Quran has a great and central place in all the theories and principles of education and research. The paper in hands presents a scholarly applied study of the Principles of research derived from the Qur’┐nic Story of al Kha╔ir and Moses (A.S) on our contemporary system of Education & Research. The Muslim researchers should specifically focus on this aspect of the under reference Qur’┐nic Story.
4) Analytical Study of Proverbs in the Novels of Najeeb al-Kilani
Author(s):د. خنساء الجاجي

Abstract :

Realism takes an important place in Najeeb al-Kilani’s novels because it is the reflection of a man’s life, his experiences, thoughts and beliefs. This article focuses on the proverbs that have come in about twenty-two of the novels of Dr. Najeeb Al-Kilani. These proverbs were studied with respect to their source; whether they were from the period of J┐hiliyyah, or from the Qur’┐n, the ╓ad┘th or the folklore. Light has also been shed on the language of the proverbs, whether it is from the classical language or the slang. And last, the role of these proverbs in these novels and their values and principles has been looked into.
5) Interrogative Methods in the Qur’┐n and their Implications
Author(s):د. محمد إبراهيم محمد شریف

Abstract :

The knowledge of eloquence has particular importance in Arabic language. It is the source of learning and separating meaningful and polite words from non-sense. It is the best mean for understanding the correct interpretation, miraculous nature and arrangement of the Qur’an. Therefore, many scholars such as Zamakshari has related the comprehension of Qur’┐n to the knowledge of eloquence. The present article discusses the actual and metaphorical nuances of imperative statements mentioned in the verses of Qur’┐n with the use of همزه، هل، من، ما، ایّ، این، امّا، کم، کیف and الى by bringing examples of each and tries to explain the Qur’anic scheme of using these methods for various purposes including rhetorical implications.
6) Thematic Interpretation of S┴rat al-‘A╖r
Author(s):بروفیسور دکتور دل آقا وقار

Abstract :

This paper illustrates the thematic (maw╔┴‘┘) concept of s┴rat al-‘A╖r which is the second smallest s┴rah in the Qur’┐n after s┴rat al-Kawthar. The surah presents the essence of Islamic shar┘‘ah, i.e. having faith in the One and True God, belief in revelation (Prophet hood) and in the day of resurrection. The paper also throws light on the sublime structure of the surah by discussing its organizational peculiarities.
7) Analytical Study of the Poetical Proofs mentioned by Imam └l┴si in his Tafs┘r R┴╒ al-Ma‘┐ni
Author(s):محمد طاهر / ڈاکٹر عطاء الرحمن

Abstract :

The sublime Qur’┐n was revealed in Arabic language. Due to its unique fluency, it is unprecedently comprehensive. It is why special attention was given by experts to know the standard Arabic language for a clear understanding of the Qur’┐n. The Arabic language is divided in to two parts: Prose & Poetry. The mufassir┴n (Exegetes) quoted both of them, but the poetic evidences mentioned by them have an enhanced contribution in the interpretation of the Holy Book. Imam └l┴si also quoted many verses both from pre Islamic and Islamic eras as a proof to support his arguments in the Tafs┘r R┴╒ al- Ma‘┐ni. The present article discusses these evidences along with their types and significance.
8) Pleading for Apology in the Prisons Poetry of al-Andalus
Author(s):د. سيد سيار على / د. محمد ظاهر شاه

Abstract :

Apology is a statement saying sorry for something that has been done wrong or that has caused a problem. Prison literature refers to poetry and prose penned by poets or writers during their imprisonment to express their feelings and emotions. In such a literature, the author expatiates about the internal circumstances of prison thoroughly. It depicts author’s reminiscing about his beloved or expressing worries about his family. Apart from that, this literature also portrays author expressing about his innocence in relation to his imprisonment. It exhibits the author giving reasons to prove their innocence, generally known as a plea. Such explanations of innocence are aimed at begging one’s pardon known as apology. This article discusses apologies and plea made by Andalusian poets in their poetry while in prison. The horizons of intellectuality of such poets become evident in their poetry wherein they, along with acquitting themselves from allegation against them, plead for apology to the king or the commander. This literature also presents fashion of critical rhetoric.

Volume No. 9

Issue No. 2

July-Dec, 2018