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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | July - 1996

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


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Bank Job

Asif Iftikhar Issue: July 1996

  Queries           Question: As you know, the whole of our economy is based on interest these days. In this situation, is it allowable for young graduate to work for a bank, considering the fact that banks also provide services other than loans?         &n
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Mus‘ab Public School—An Introduction

Administrator Issue: July 1996

  Reflections   Muhammad Ishaq     Mus‘ab Public School is not just a school, but the beginning of an educational mission at the national level. It has been named after Mus‘ab Bin ‘Umayr (rta), who was sent by the Holy Prophet (sws) to Madinah to teach and preach Islam, before the Prophet (sws
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The Remedy

Administrator Issue: July 1996

  Reflections   Shakil Amjad   They say that a sultan once said while addressing his court:         Our kingdom is expanding all around and we have done whatever was possible for the welfare and prosperity of the people. However, as our kingdom is the envy of all our enemies, who a
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The Budget 1996-97 For Whom the Bell Tolls? (Part 2/2)

Asif Iftikhar Issue: July 1996

    BUDGET NUGGET -- EXCERPTS FROM ARTICLES ON THE BUDGET Some breath-taking extravagance that characterises government spending has been brought out by Qudsia Akhlaque in The Nation. She points out that the Prime Minister’s new secretariat will cost an extra 153.8 million rupees this year, to bring the total up to 793.3 mil
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The Budget 1996-97 For Whom the Bell Tolls? (Part 1/2)

Asif Iftikhar Issue: July 1996

  Reflections     ‘The time has come’ the Warlus said ‘to talk of many things: of shoes -- and ships -- and sealing wax -- of cabbages -- and kings --’ (Lewis Carroll)                      
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Shaikh Mahmud Ahmad’s Concept of Time Multiple Counter Loan

Asif Iftikhar Issue: July 1996

  Reflections     Ever since the question of developing an Islamic economic system was raised, the problem of evolving a system of banking based on Islamic principles has remained an important issue. One of the major problems in developing an Islamic economic system is that of finding an interest-free alternative to our p
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Relationship of Divine Law with Human Intellect

Dr. Khalid Zaheer Issue: July 1996

  Reflections     There has been a tendency amongst some Muslims writers to argue that Islamic Law has nothing to do with human intellect. Their reasons for such claims are based basically on misunderstanding about the message of the Qur’an. An important argument presented to prove the Islamic shari‘ah's l
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Training Members of the Parliament

Administrator Issue: July 1996

  Islamic Manifesto   Sadia Saleem     It is but natural to entrust our matters to people who are highly qualified and competent in their respective fields. The doctors who cure our illness, the engineers who build our houses, the lawyers who represent us in our law suits and the managers who run our business m
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Surah Mulk

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: July 1996

  Qur’anic Exegesis     Introduction Surah Mulk forms a pair with Surah Qalam with regard to the subject discussed in them: In Surah Mulk, the Quraish have been warned of the Day of Judgement while in Surah Qalam they have been warned of the punishment which a nation necessarily faces in case it denies
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Parental Consent in Marriage

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: July 1996

  Editorial     The poise and balance of a society heavily depends on the poise and balance of the attitudes and tendencies of its people. Whenever human attitudes cross their natural limits disorder and discord result. In particular, the stability of a society is threatened with dire consequences if people vested with
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