Peshawar Islamicus (ISSN: 2305-154X)

1) شیخ الہند مولانا محمود حسن ؒ کی قرآن فہمی
Author(s):پروفیسر ڈاکٹر محمد شکیل اوج

Abstract :

Sheikh-ul-Hind Maulana Ma╒mood ╓asan (1851-1920) is one of the prominent figures of Deoband Movement who did a remarkable work about the translation of Qur’┐n. His translation of Qur’┐n is a primary source of many reliable taf┐seer such as Ma’┐rif al-Qur’┐n by Mufti Muhammad shafi’ (RA), as in his tafseer, he has adopted his translation of the Qur’┐n. In this artical the understanding of Qur’┐n and methodology of explaining Quranic verses of Sheikh al-Hind has been discussed
2) سیدناعمرؓ کا قبولىت اسلام :مشہورروایت کاتحقیقی مطالعہ
Author(s):ڈاكٹرسراج الاسلام حنىف

Abstract :

A famous version of Sayyidin┐ ‘Umar’s (RA) conversion to Islam has been recounted by Ibn Is╒┐q in his s┘rah and some sources of ╒ad┘th according to which ‘Umar (RA), initially very hostile to Islam and its Prophet, one day left his house with the intention to execute the Prpohet (SAW). A passer by on the way stopped him and informed him that his sister and her husband had become Muslims and advised him to put his own house in order before undertaking any evil plan against the Prophet. The present paper critically investigates this report and presents an alternative opinion in view of other reports
3) فن تحقیق کی منہاجیاتی تشکیل میں مسلم متقدمین کا کردار
Author(s):ڈاکٹرمحمد فیروزالدین شاہ کھگہ/ڈاکٹرمحمدشہباز منج

Abstract :

Muslim researchers have offered a massive biographical library which ran into thousands of volumes. An integral part of this methodological science is the isn┐d scheme which culminated and elevated till it became a solid part of basic Islamic principles. In this way most of the methodological studies and research sciences came into existence in the early phase of Islamic traditional era. However, some western scholars have claimed and propagated that there is no major role or contribution by Muslims in the development and promotion of the research. They also asserted that the credit of inception of the research in studying the textual status of the script belonged to the western researchers. This assertion was banged in such a loud manner as some Muslim intellectuals were also affected as well and could not escape with its aftermaths. In this paper an exclusive study has been focused in reference to highlight the paramount contribution of Muslim researchers and historiographers in the field of research in Islamic Studies
4) آىة الكرسى كى تشرىح مىں امام رازیؒ کے فلسفیانہ الٰہیات کاجائزہ (تفسیر کبیر کی روشنی میں )
Author(s):ڈاكٹرنیاز محمد /سید محبوب الرحمٰن شاہ

Abstract :

The present era of natural and physical sciences is considered the time of reason and rationality. Hence, international debates and interfaith dialogues based on reason and philosophy are assumed to be more effective and fruitful. That is why interpretation as well as explanation of religious texts based on philosophical and logical ground has great significance. Qur’┐n, the main source of Islam as a religion, has been interpreted by various theologians as per their academic taste. Im┐m R┐z┘ (died 606 AH) also interpreted Qur’┐nic texts in his famous “al-Tafs┘r al-Kab┘r” by adopting purely philosophical and logical method in the explanation of theological discussions. This paper, as a sample, reviews the theological discussions described by him in the interpretation of ┐yat al-Kurs┘ from his masterpiece work. The objective is to highlight the fact that Qur’┐nic teachings are not against the reason and that they can satisfy the research eagerness of human mind in the best manner
5) عہد رسالت میں صحابیات کی طبی خدمات کا جائزہ
Author(s):نوشین بی بی/ڈاکٹر عطاء الرحمان

Abstract :

The following research paper contains an overview of the medical services provided by ╖a╒┐biyy┐t (RA) in various circumstances. Their services have been divided into two parts; part-I mentions those ╖a╒┐biyy┐t who have been actively engaged in rendering medical services in the era of the prophet (ﷺ), whereas the second part reviews the services of those ╖a╒┐biyy┐t (RA) who provided medical care to the wounded soldiers during battles. Special light has been thrown on services of several ╖a╒┐biyy┐t (RA), their remarkable deeds on the battlefield and their medical skills
6) الإعجاز التناسبي للقرآن الكريم في شبه القارة الهندية خلال تدبر القرآن للشيخ أمين أحسن الإصلاحي أنموذجا
Author(s):د. جنيد أحمد الهاشمي

Abstract :

The cardinal aspect which introduced the miraculous nature of the Qur’┐n to the people of Arabia is the domiciled notion of coherence in the divine scripture. From its very inception, it was acknowledged in the rich literary circles of their great linguists that the Qur’┐n has a distinguished style which has no match in time and history. The arrangement of its expression, conciseness and comprehensiveness of its phrases contain some unbound depth of meaning and wisdom. The highest level of its rhetoric and eloquence marks an outstanding perfection in arrangement and argumentation. This axiom is known as ‘na╘m or tan┐sub al Qur’┐n’. The determination and zeal of Muslim scholars of the subcontinent in this regard is particularly remarkable. Qur’┐nic scholarship in the subcontinent not only conformed to the classical heritage of Qur’┐nic studies but also added a substantial amount of new avenues and unaccustomed trends to I‘j┐z al Qur’┐n. This research analyses many valuable contributions rendered by the scholars of subcontinent to the cohesive nature of the Qur’┐n
7) Personality Development from Islamic Management Perspective
Author(s):Dr. Mohyuddin Hashimi

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The issue of personality development & self-reformation is of immense significance being commonly discussed in religious as well as secular disciplines with diverse objectives and variety of meanings. Several theories have been formulated with different understandings of the subject. Religious-based theories mostly share common perspective in this regard, while the secular world-view, which is generally based on Sigmund Freud’s theory of personality, presents materialistic standards and objectives of self-reformation in negation of Islamic world-view
8) Property Related Objectives of Islamic Shar┘’ah
Author(s):Dr Salimur Rahman/Najeeb Zada

Abstract :

The importance of studying maq┐╖id al shar┘‘ah al-Isl┐miyyah (maq┐╖id al shar┘‘ah in short) has increased many folds today, one reason being the mushroom growth and development of Islamic financial institutions. It is frequently stated that the products offered by these institutions are only shar┘‘ah compliant. It has also been argued that they do not reconcile with the spirit of shar┘‘ah by ignoring the “objectives” side of it. It is therefore pertinent to explore maq┐╖id al shar┘‘ah thoroughly from different perspectives and to bring into light what is missing in the existing Islamic finance industry. The present study is an attempt to explore different objectives of shar┘‘ah as explained by both classical and modern Islamic jurists and to elaborate one of its major objectives, i.e. the protection of wealth (m┐l). This specific objective can be further categorized into sub branches that are pretty visible in the original texts of Islamic financial law. A different model in this regard has also been presented in the study which contains only those aspects which are thought to be relevant to the practical aspect of the present day Islamic finance. The theoretical and ideological sides of the issue have been left to be discussed elsewhere
9) Pakistan and its raison d’etre - generic Islamic Concept of its Evolution
Author(s):Abdullah Khan

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Pakistan is an ideological country carved out of the Indian sub-continent with the avowed purpose of providing a separate homeland for the Indian Muslims where they would lead their lives according to their religion, customs, traditions and aspirations. The Indian Muslims claimed that they were a different nation and a distinct society and this difference did not lie in their geography, rivers and mountains rather it was present in their history, culture, religion, and worldview; in short it lay in their moral consciousness and their sense of belonging. Against this backdrop, the raison d'etre of Pakistan has not been properly appreciated; rather it has been subjected, from time to time to criticism and aspersions either willfully or through, bias or prejudice. The purpose of this paper is to adumbrate the philosophical and ideological moorings of Pakistan.Pakistan is an ideological country carved out of the Indian sub-continent with the avowed purpose of providing a separate homeland for the Indian Muslims where they would lead their lives according to their religion, customs, traditions and aspirations. The Indian Muslims claimed that they were a different nation and a distinct society and this difference did not lie in their geography, rivers and mountains rather it was present in their history, culture, religion, and worldview; in short it lay in their moral consciousness and their sense of belonging. Against this backdrop, the raison d'etre of Pakistan has not been prope

Volume No. 4

Issue No. 1

Jan-June,. 2013