Volume 5 Issue 1
Title Page of Bannu University Research Journal in Islamic Studies
|Double Blind Peer Review|
|Language||Urdu, Arabic, English|
|Edited by||Irfan Ullah|
University of Science and Technology (Pakistan)
|Frequency||2 issues per year|
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Kindness is the attribute of Almighty Allah, which is mentioned many times in the Holy Quran. Prompt relief a disease is also an aspect of the kindness of almighty Allah. Treating an ill person is appreciated and preferred significantly in Islam. This article discusses the Islamic jurisdiction of the various forms of treatment and medication, prevailing in the society. Prior to the juristic discourse, the paper gives detail of the medications including the verdicts of renowned scholars along with their parameters and valuable. Cure and timely is concern of every individual of the society. It is obviously significant to educate the masses about the nature and various religious issues regarding medication practices with regard to teachings of Islam.
Jesus of Nazareth is the central figure of the Christian religion, a savior believed to be both God incarnate and a human being. He is also known as Jesus Christ, the term “Christ” meaning anointed or chosen once. Most of the details of his life are unclear, and much of what is known about his life comes from the four Gospels of the Bible. The Gospels tell the story of Jesus’s auspicious birth in a stable in Bethlehem, and then of his life as an adult, a teacher with miraculous powers who foretold his own death to his closest followers, called apostles. Jesus, betrayed by the apostle Judas, was crucified by the Romans, and his resurrection three days after his death was taken as proof of his divinity. The date of Jesus’s birth to Mary is celebrated each December 25th as Christmas Day. The occasion was used as the base year for the modern Christian calendar, though researchers now believe that earlier estimates were inexact and that Jesus was actually born between 4 B. C. and 7 B. C. The date of the crucifixion is now marked as Good Friday, and the resurrection celebrated as Easter.
Ibne Jareer Al-Tabari is well known personality in the 3rd century as no one second in his period. His opinion was considered authentic due to his knowledge and virtue. He was great scholar, commentator, narrator, jurisprudent and historian. Taftheer Ibne Jareer Al-Tabar┘ is used as basic source for those who follow “Transcribed Method”. He established a separate school of thought due to his over command on Fiqah. This paper describes the “The Exegetical Methodology and the Biography of Ibne Jareer Al-Tabar┘”. The Tafsir gives information about older commentaries which have not survived to the present. Its content —which encompasses dictionaries, historical notes, law, recitation, theology and Arabic literature— has made it a highly referenced book throughout history, resulting in many editions. It is also a good example of reasoning in a Tafsir by a widely accepted scholar, giving it a value of diraya.
Shariah is comprised of five main branches: adab (behavior, morals and manners) , ibadah (ritual worship) , i’tiqadat (beliefs) , mu’amalat (transactions and contracts) and ‘uqubat (punishments) . These branches combine to create a society based on justice, pluralism and equity for every member of that society. Furthermore, Shariah forbids to impose it on any unwilling person. Islam’s founder, Prophet Muhammad, demonstrated that Shariah may only be applied if people willingly apply it to themselves-never through forced government implementation. Muslim jurists argued that laws such as these clearly mandated by God, are stated in an unambiguous fashion in the text of the Qur'an in order to stress that the laws are in and of themselves ethical precepts that by their nature are not subject to contingency, context, or temporal variations. It is important to note that the specific rules that are considered part of the Divine shari'a are a special class of laws that are often described as Qur'anic laws, but they constitute a fairly small and narrow part of the overall system of Islamic law. In addition, although these specific laws are described as non-contingent and immutable, the application of some of these laws may be suspended in cases of dire necessity (darura) . Thus, there is an explicit recognition that even as to the most specific and objective shari'a laws, human subjectivity will have to play a role, at a minimum, in the process of determining correct enforcement and implementation of the laws.
Orientalism is related to literature, geography and cultural studies. Orientalists have great impact on Arabic literature in the latter half of past century. In this article, it has been discussed the impact of orientalism on Arabic literature. Along with impact, orientalists and its aesthetics will also be discussed. When the orientalism emerged? What are the reasons behind it? A detail note on the relation of orientalism to Arabic language will also be presented. What are the reasons that orientalists motivate to write in Arabic Literature as this is the main theme of this article. Contribution of orientalist to the Arabic literature, especially in translation and manuscripts is the core objective of this article. The article also shows how the Arabic literature influences by Orientalism.
Ahmad shoqi is acknowledged as king of the modern Arabic poetry for his a lot of contribution towards it. He compiled the poetry in new poetical style and introduced several varieties in which he is awarded the title of “King of the Poetry”. Beside these attempts he contributed to the contemporary prosaic arts like; novels, dramas, anecdotes, dialogues, biography, social and political issues, which is somehow appreciated by a group of writers and condemned by another for some reasons. His prose did not gain the status as compared to his status in poetry. Many aspects of his prose were analytically discussed by the scholars but the thematic trend in his prose – according to my knowledge- is not taken in research. This article focused on the issue in research with the descriptive manner and the above mentioned themes are analyzed. Wherever, there is failure occurred in the prose that is pointed out and criticized. Adding more, the literary features which saved the prose from decline somehow are put in. This research will meet the deficiency we examined in the books written down about his prosaic literature. This will also open a new door for new researchers to take the themes and extend it further.
The sayings of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) have very great importance for Muslims, it is a second source of Islamic legislation. It is the source for the education of morality and knowledge of the legacy of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and logic in dealing with the circumstances of different conditions. One can say that it has great literary and historical importance too because it gives us the opportunity to reach a comprehensive view of human history. The Had┘th has great impact on literature, like: ü -Impact on language ü - Impact on prose ü - Impact on poetry ü - Impact on calligraphy ü - Impact on creating new fields of knowledge ü - Introduction of new narrative style ü - Abolition of vulgar Literature. In this paper it has been described that the beauties of Citation from Had┘th in the prison`s poetry of famous Andalusian poet Abdul Malik bin Idrees Al-jazari Al- Undlusi
Author: Ahmed, Manzoor, Zafar Khan
The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was the most effective orator of all the times. He knew how to address the hearts, and thus he became the beloved one of the hearts. He first made himself loved, and then sought the ways to educate people. He used a style in his speeches that affected people and made them think, so he achieved permanent behavior change in people by means of the best educational methods. It is fact that in the present times those nations who give priorities to knowledge are ruling over the world in one way or the other way i. e militarily or economically. A very important questions strikes the minds that what is the importance of Duniavi(world) knowledge in Islam. Objectives of this study were to investigate the importance of duniavi(world) knowledge in the light of Quran and hadith and provide a guide line to our young generation for getting knowledge. There are many hadiths that encourage education and criticizes ignorance. Being a member of the Muslim nation it is our responsibility to train and guide our young generation for better future.
Author: Rehman, Badshah, Saeed Akhtar
The word Jihad has been awfully misinterpreted in the post 9/11 literature. Quite a few critics of Islam have deliberately used Jihad as synonymous with terrorism. Robert Spencer, a prominent critic of Islamic Jihad, also maintains that Islam teaches violence, intolerance and extremism. The following research article is a critique of Spencer’s views on Islamic concept of jihad. It aims to prove that Islam is a tolerant creed and has nothing to do with violence and terrorism. The Holy Qur’an substantiates this claim and shows that the persecuted Muslim community was allowed to take up arms against the terrorists who not only tormented the innocent people but also expelled them from their native homes. In recent Islamic scholarship as well, the usage of the concept either Tends to be avoided or is increasingly being depoliticized. The popular understanding of the concept has made it a necessary evil. This article argues that jihad is not just a war, rather it can be understood from a universal humane perspective and its philosophical moral principles can be used in greater human and social welfare.
Author: Gul, Rais, Sajid Husain
This paper aims at highlighting the perspective of Islam regarding prisoners’ dealing. In the light of Quranic verses and examples from the life of Muhammad (PBUH) , the last messenger of Allah and his companions, it has been shown that some 14 centuries back, although there were no formal settings to captivate the inmates, yet the prisoners in individual custody or incarcerated somewhere else such as Mosques, had full rights in terms of inborn dignity, humane treatments, fair justice, practicing religion etc. They were fully protected from the torture at the hands of occupying powers or individuals. Therefore, majority of them embraced Islam within custody and become firm believers before they were released. It is therefore, recommended that any prisoners’ reform strategy in the modern Era to be successful must take into consideration the glorious principles of Islam derived from Quran, authentic Hadith and the live examples of Muhammad (PBUH) and his companion.