Hazara Islamicus

Research Journal Department OF Islamic And religious Studies
pISSN: 2305-3283 eISSN: 2410-8065

Hazara Islamicus


Previous Issues Journals

Transactions Via Modern Communication Tools: An Evaluation in the Light of Islamic Shar’ah (عصر حاضر میں جدید ذرائع مواصلات کے ذریعے خرید وفروخت کا شرعی جائزہ )
Author 1:

Dr Miraj-ul-Islam Zia: Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Peshawar, Peshawar

Author 2 :

Dr Muhammad Tahir: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan

Abstract:

The emergence of electronic commerce has brought massive development and a significant increase in every aspect of business life worldwide. Important social matters including financial transactions are now carried out and settled through use of modern communication tools which include landline and w Read More

Kewords:

Development, Islamic, Finance, Electronic, Commerce.

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

01-12

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

An Analytical Study of Moderen Economic Theories and Rationales Behind Interest (سود کے جواز پر جدید معاشی نظریات اورعقلی توجیہات کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ)
Author 1:

Muhammad Abu Bakar Siddique: Ph.D Scholar, School of Islamic Banking & Finance, International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Abstract:

The Islamic economic system is purely based on such an ethical system in which contracts and matters between individuals and groups have been defined in a way that the rights, duties and obligations of every human beings are protected. On the one hand, Islam has given orders related to sales, transa Read More

Kewords:

Riba, Economic, Busines, Social, Organizations

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

13-39

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

An Analysis of Efforts of Different Religious Schools of Thoughts for Islamic Legislation since Emergence of Pakistan to Till Now (قیام پاکستان سے اب تک اسلامی قانون سازی کے حوالے سے متفرق مکاتبِ فکر کی کاوشوں کا جائزہ)
Author 1:

Dr Abd-ur-Rahman Khan: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Ponch, Rawalakot , Kashmir

Author 2 :

Abstract:

This Article outlines the efforts of different religious schools of thoughts which were very actively involved for Islamic Legislation in Pakistan from emergence of Pakistan to till now. A critical review was undertaken to logically document the available secondary level information on the topic whi Read More

Kewords:

Islamic, Pakistan, Legislation, Council, Scholars

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

41-55

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

The importance of Dialogue in Dawah in the age Media And Globalization (عالمگیریت اورابلاغیات کے دور میں دعوت دین کے لئے مکالمہ کی حیثیت)
Author 1:

Dr Tahir Siddique: Assistant Professor, Dawah Academy, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Dr Muhammad Fayyaz: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic and Religious Studies, Hazara University, Mansehra

Abstract:

In the present age, the media and the means of communication have so advanced that a person died fifty years ago, if resurrected in this world, will be embarrassed with this horrible change. The whole world has become a small village in which cultures have been so intermingled that the stronger one Read More

Kewords:

Dialogue, Ideology, Quran, Global, Communication

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

57-78

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

A Critical Evaluation of the Post 9/11 Al-Qaida Literature (11/9 سے متعلق القاعدہ کے لٹریچر (ادب) کے مندرجات کا جائزہ)
Author 1:

Juma Khan: Ph.D Research Scholar, Seerat Studies, University of Peshawar

Author 2 :

Dr Qibla Ayaz: Chairman, Council of Islmaic Ideology, Pakistan

Abstract:

Al-Qaeda is an institutionalized organization which was championed by Osama Bin Ladin and is currently lead by Ayman Mohammed Rabie al-Zawahiri. It has its own guidelines regarding friendship, war, and reconciliation for Ahle-Kitab and non-Muslims. They viewed that the 9/11 attacks it orchestrated, Read More

Kewords:

Imams, Muslims, legal, Development, Innocent

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

79-95

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Impacts of Bible on the Narrations Relating to Prophets in Ibn Jarir’s Tarikh al-Umam wal-Muluk (ابن جریر طبری کی تاریخ الامم والملوک میں انبیاء علیھم السلام سے متعلق روایات پر بائبل کے اثرات)
Author 1:

Anwar-ul-llah: Ph.D Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies and Research, University of Science and Technology, Banu

Author 2 :

Dr Irfan-ul-llah: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies and Research, University of Science and Technology, Banu

Abstract:

Abu Ja‘far Ibn Jarir al-Tabari was the master of all Islamic knowledge. He was the author of many books. But Tarikh al-Umam wa al-Muluk and Jami’al-Bayan fi Tafsir al-Quran became the cause of his fame. These two books became the sources for upcoming authors. Incident of the past is the subject Read More

Kewords:

Quran, Tabari, History, Prophets, Bible, Impact.

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

97-112

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

A Comparative Review/analysis of Concept of Inheritance in the Light of Qur’an and Old Testament (قرآن اورعہد نامہ قدیم روشنی میں تصورِ میراث کا تقابلی جائزہ)
Author 1:

Dr Muhammad Ikram-ul-llah: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic & Religious Studies, University of Haripur

Author 2 :

Dr Junaid Akbar: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic & Religious Studies, University of Haripur

Abstract:

Judaism is a Semitic religion the followers of which claim that its teachings are in line to the nature. Islam also is a Semitic religion the followers of which proclaim the same . In both these religions, injunctions regarding the transfer of the estate of deceased can be found which are referred t Read More

Kewords:

Religion, Inheritance, Judaism, Islam, Nature

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

113-135

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

A Comparative Analysis of Methodologies of Islamic Jurists (Usuliyeen) for Resolving Conflicts among Legal Evidences (رفع تعارض میں اصولیین کے مناہج کا تقابلی جائزہ)
Author 1:

Rizwan Younas: Lecturer, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Gujrat, Gujrat

Author 2 :

Prof. Dr. Hamayun Abbas: Dean Faculty of Islamic & Oriental Learning and Chairman Department of Islamic and Arabic Studies, Govt Collage University, Faisalabad

Abstract:

Shari'ah (Islamic law) is free from any kind of conflict among legal evidences (Adill’ah) to establish a harmonized and just society in this world. In the sources of Shari'ah, contradiction is found due to certian limitations on the part of jurists as a human being. To meet the issues of contradic Read More

Kewords:

Jurists, Legal, Contradiction, Conflicts, Reconciliation.

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

137-157

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

The Beginning and Evolution of Banking System: Origin of Conventional and Islamic Banking from Ancient Usurer Business (بینکاری کا آغاز وارتقاء: قدیم مہاجنی کاروبار سے سودی واسلامی بینکاری کا سفر)
Author 1:

Chowdry Noor Ahmad Khan Dhadhy: Ph.D Research Scholar, NUML University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Prof.Dr.Ali Asghar Chishty: Chairman Department of Seerah and Hadith, AIOU, Islamabad

Abstract:

Bank is an organization which provides facilities for acceptance of deposits and provision of loans. The banks were based on usury business and this business is as old as human civilization on this planet. This study was planned to document the process through which the banking system evolved over d Read More

Kewords:

Bank, Islamic, Muslims, Modern, History

Language:  

Urdu

DOI:

Page NOs:  

159-179

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Concept and law of interpretation of legal text according to Islamic jurists (مفہوم التاویل وحکمه عند الاصولیین)
Author 1:

Abd-ul-Wahab Jan Al-Azhari: Assistant Professor, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Dr Fazl-ur-Rahman: Assistant Professor, Department of Shariah and Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Abstract:

In this article the method of Fuqaha (who have deductive approach and mainly attributed to the Hanfis) and Mutakalemeen (theoretical approach adopted by the Shafi School and the Mutakllimun) has been enunciated along with characteristic of both methods and distinguished from each other. Furthermore, Read More

Kewords:

Fuqaha, Hanafis, Shafi,s, Principle, Conflict.

Language:  

Arabic

DOI:

Page NOs:  

01-18

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Verbal Embellishment and its Rhetorical Meaning in the Holy Quran (المحسنات اللفظیة ودلالاتھا البلاغیة فی القرآن الکریم)
Author 1:

Niaz Badshah: Ph.D Scholar, Department of Arabic Literature, Islamia Collage University, Peshawar

Author 2 :

Dr Fazl-ul-llah: Professor, Department of Arabic Literature, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Abstract:

Arab writers and poets had a great knowledge of Elim-ul Badeea (علم البديع), before Islam. Elm-ul-Badeea (علم البديع) can be found extensively both in their poetry and prose. With the advent of Islam and the revelation of Quran (a literal Miracle of Allah Al-Mighty), rhetoric has r Read More

Kewords:

Elum -Ul- Badea, - Albalaghah – Holy Quran, Analysis

Language:  

Arabic

DOI:

Page NOs:  

19-32

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Books on Abrogation Written by Imam Al-Nahhas, Makki ibn Abi Talib, and Ibn al-Jawzi : A Comparative Study in Content and Methodology (کتب الائمہ الثلاثة النحاس: ومکی بن ابی طالب وابن الجوزی فی النسخ دراسة مقارنة فی المنھج والمضمون)
Author 1:

Dr Amjad Hayat: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, NUML University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Dr Shah Junaid Ahmad Hashimi: Associate Professor, Deptt of Usool-e-Deen, International Islamic University, Islamabd

Abstract:

Literal meaning of Naskh: Abrogation, replacement of one thing by another thing. Technical meaning: Lifting of law of Shari’ah by some other evidence of Shari’ah. Naasikh: That Ayat of the Qur’an which abrogates either recitation or command or both of some other Ayat of the Qur’an. Mansoo Read More

Kewords:

Language:  

Arabic

DOI:

Page NOs:  

33-50

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Restriction and Registration of Divorce in Islamic And Pakistani laws (تقیید الطلاق وتسجیله فی الشریعة الاسلامیة والقانون الوضعی الباکستانی)
Author 1:

Ihsan-ul-llah Chishty: Ph.D Scholar, Department of Shariah and Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Abstract:

In the case of disunity and conflict between the spouses, the Islamic law has instituted a reasonable way for the dissolution of marriage between them which is called “divorced”. Islamic law gives instructions to tackle the issue of divorce positively. Two important issues related to divorce has Read More

Kewords:

Law, Divorce, Registration, Ordinance, Restriction

Language:  

Arabic

DOI:

Page NOs:  

51-60

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Al-Shanfray’s Methdogyin his Lameeyah (منهج الشفری فی لامیة العرب: دراسة تحلیلیة)
Author 1:

Dr Kowsar Arshad: Assistant Professor, Department of Arabic Literature, NUML University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Dr Abdullah Muhammad Bilal: Lecturer, Department of Arabic Literature, NUML University, Islamabad

Abstract:

Lot of scholars had an amnesia interest in “Al-Shanfray” to the extent that it was called “ The Arab Lameeyah ” as it got a privilege from all other Al- Lameeyah poems in the Arabic literature and got higher linguistic value from literature point of view in all what it had described. No do Read More

Kewords:

Life, Arab, Arabic, Language, Literature

Language:  

Arabic

DOI:

Page NOs:  

61-70

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Dichotomies and controversies of the Orientalists Regarding the Lineage, Birth and Childhood of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Author 1:

Muhammad Khaqan yaz: A/P Govt. Degree College for Boys, Athmuqam, District Neelam, A.J.K

Author 2 :

Dr.Muhammad Sultan Shah: Chairperson, Arabic & Islamic Studies, GC University Lahore

Abstract:

Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), the Prophet of Islam was sent by Allah Almighty with an unblemished character and sublime moral authority. He was protected from every misconduct and indecency that could damage his reputation. Not only he but his all ancestors were protected from Read More

Kewords:

Language:  

English

DOI:

Page NOs:  

01-18

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Judicial Immunity or Judicial Impunity: Judicial Immunity of Superior Courts Judges in Pakistan with Special Reference to Islamic Law
Author 1:

Usman Quddus: Ph.D. scholar International Islamic University Islamabad

Author 2 :

Abstract:

Judicial immunity, available to superior judiciary in Pakistan constitutionally, has been more than often abused in Islamic Republic of Pakistan by the Superior Judiciary through rendering decisions which are beyond the mandate of constitution and law. The aim of this paper is to critically examine Read More

Kewords:

Immunity, Contempt, Judiciary, Mandate, Rights

Language:  

English

DOI:

Page NOs:  

19-49

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Polygamy in Islamic Perspective: A Research Based Study
Author 1:

Dr. Karim Dad: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan

Author 2 :

Faisal Mahmood: Ph.D. scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan

Abstract:

The human society is composed of male and female. The bond of these two is called Nikah in Islamic law. Exercising nikah is a source of physical and spiritual comfort. It has numerous social and financial advantages too. Sometimes a person necessitates having more than one wife, which is called Poly Read More

Kewords:

Human society, Divine religions, Nikah, Wife, Polygamy

Language:  

English

DOI:

Page NOs:  

51-61

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Exploring the impact of Religious Practices on the Psychological Well-being of Cancer Patients
Author 1:

Khalil ur Rahman: Assistant Professor in Sociology, Department of Sociology, Hazara University, Mansehra

Author 2 :

Abid Ali: Ph.D. Scholar Department of Sociology, University of Peshawar

Abstract:

The association between religious practices, faith-related coping and psychological well-being has been widely explored for many years. Some studies have specifically focused on the positive effects of certain religious belief and practices among people having serious medical conditions. This study Read More

Kewords:

Cancer, Belief, Patients, Quran, Pray

Language:  

English

DOI:

Page NOs:  

63-75

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

Madrassa’s Education in Pakistan Since 9/11
Author 1:

Dr Sajid Hussain: Lecturer in the Department of Political Science Hazara University Mansehra

Author 2 :

Dr Muhammad Ayaz Khan: HoD Political Science Hazara University Mansehra

Abstract:

The word ‘Madrassa’ has become confused and its negative image is propagated during recent years. In the West and US, a circle among the policy makers considers this institution as an instrument of spreading hatred and violence in the society. In the same manner the Madrassas in Pakistan are loo Read More

Kewords:

Madrasa, Pakistan, Reform Education, 9/11, Islam

Language:  

English

DOI:

Page NOs:  

77-86

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

The Methodology of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) for dealing with Social Conflicts: A Research Based Study
Author 1:

Dr Muhammad Atif Aslam Rao: Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Learning, University of Karachi, Karachi

Author 2 :

Abstract:

According to the last divine book of the Almighty God, the life of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ is the best for humanity. If believers are looking for success in this world and the hereafter, they must follow the pattern of Holy Prophet’s life strictly in all aspects. The percept of his life is divinely a Read More

Kewords:

Conflicts, Settlements, Dispute, Hostile, Religion

Language:  

English

DOI:

Page NOs:  

87-104

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01

The Principle of Legality in Islamic Criminal Justice System
Author 1:

Muhammad Munir: PhD is Vice President Administration, Finance, and Planning, Director General Shari‘ah Academy, and Professor of Law, at the Department of Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Author 2 :

Abstract:

This work focuses on the principle of legality and the various other maxims regarding the rights of the accused under Islamic criminal justice system. Its main findings are: that the principle of legality (mabda’ al-Ibahat) is the most basic principle (mabda usuli) of Islamic criminal law. This pr Read More

Kewords:

Justice, Law, Rights, Principles, Crime

Language:  

English

DOI:

Page NOs:  

105-118

Volume & Issue: 

07 - 01