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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | April - 1992

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


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ON THE MORALS OF KINGS (1)

Administrator Issue: April 1992

  Orientalia                     I have heard, that a certain monarch having commanded a captive to be put to death, the poor wretch, in a fit of despair, began to abuse and reproach the king, in his own language; according to the sayings: `Whosoever
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MUSLIM CONTRIBUTION TO SCIENCE AND CULTURE (5)

Administrator Issue: April 1992

  Lest We Forget     `BELLES-LETTRES,' RELIGIOUS LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY                 In this brief sketch it is impossible to do more than just mention a few outstanding works on Arabic literature (sacred and secular). Abu-Al-Aswad-Al-Du&
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MOSQUES

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: April 1992

  Reflections                     Let us next* analyze the role which the mosques play in our society as agents of change. The influence they exercise is, also, no doubt, tremendous. In  this  regard,  the  Sunnah  set 
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IS THE QURAN A SHAPELESS BOOK ?

Administrator Issue: April 1992

  Quranic Exegesis                     One of the long-standing objections levelled against the Quran by its non-Muslim critics is that it appears to have no regular form or structure. It is said that its verses follow one another with little sense o
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EDITORIAL

Dr. Khalid Zaheer Issue: April 1992

                    While discussing about the possibility of the Quran being the word of God with an atheist, I drew his attention to the fact emphasized quite convincingly, among others, by Maurice Bucaille1 that the Book alludes, on many occasions, to the
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