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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | December - 1991

A monthly journal promoting research and original thinking in the light of the original sources of Islam.

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A Historic Seminar On Allama Farahi’s life And Works

Administrator Issue: December 1991

  Reflections     `The Farahi thought revolves around the Holy Quran and emphasises upon the complete code of Islam.' This was the gist of the views expressed by the participants in the three-day seminar on `Allama Farahi: Life and Works' held on 8-10 October, 1991 at the famous Islamic seminary, Madarasatul I

The Islamic Political Law (2)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: December 1991

  Islamic Law     Principles of Consultation The word shuraa is nomen verbum (masdar) of the pattern fu‘alaa and means ‘to consult.’ Due to the fact that it occurs as an inchoative (khabr) in the given verse* and is also qualified by the word bainahum, the meaning of the verse is not the same as of s

Surah Feel

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: December 1991

  Tadabbur-i-Quran     CENTRAL THEME, ARRANGEMENT AND RELATION WITH PREVIOUS SURAH The special feature in the topics of the Surahs Quraish to Humaza is that it has been pointed out to the Quraish that they have remained so possessed with the love of wealth and children that they have grossly failed to fulfil the rig


Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: December 1991

    Among the exclusive group of the `born greats', there are some who become legends in their own lifetimes, others who receive recognition just after they pass away and a few for whom the wheel of fortune must complete another rotation, before the world is able to appreciate their `extraordinary' genius. Hameed Uddin Farah

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