Renaissance Monthly Journal
Renaissance | September - 1996
A monthly journal promoting research and original thinking in the light of the original sources of Islam.
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Lest We Forget
Few persons in the world have even been endowed with a proverbial memory. One of them is Bukhari, the greatest compiler of H~adith(narratives pertaining to the Prophet’s life and his sayings) that Islam has produced. He is said to have retained in his memory one million Ahadith (plural of H~adith)
The role of a teacher in the formation of society is of paramount important. It is he who acts for the whole society in discharging the debt due to future generations. Therefore, his key role lays great emphases on him to take meticulous care in fulfilling his duty.
The mind of a child is like a blank sl
Investment from foreign sources has become something of a benchmark for evaluating a developing nation’s potential for economic growth and prosperity. Common wisdom holds that the more a country is able to lure foreign investors, the higher the standard of living its citizens c
There are various flaws present in our executive and judiciary but debate on each and every one of them would require a series of articles. We will try to concentrate on a single flaw which is of such a magnitude that its eradication will cleanse these institutions from a
Why standest thou afar off, O LORD? why hidest thou thyself in times of trouble?
2. The wicked in his pride doth persecute the poor: let them be taken in the devices that they have imagined.
3. For the wicked boast
Surah Qalamforms a pair with Surah Mulk the previous surah with regard to the subject discussed in them: In Surah Mulk, the Quraysh 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 denie
The face was red with flushing blood as he tried to stop his breath for as long as he could. The eyes bulged out, though staring at nothing. Small rivulets of perspiration shone on the forehead, and the voice coming through the foaming mouth was barely audible. He could scarcely speak when he tried to co