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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | November 1994

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Umar On Judge And Judgement

Administrator Issue: November 1994

  Reflections     In his letter of commission to Abu Musa Al-Ash’ari, Umar bin Al-Khattab has provided a comprehensive account of the conditions of passing judgement and explains the rule of conduct associated with appointment to the office of judge. After the necessary salutations[1], he says: Adjudication is a fir

Muslim Spain And Western Europe

Administrator Issue: November 1994

  Lest We Forget     Before the advent of Islam, Arabia was the land of antagonist tribes, always busy in fighting and bloodshed. Due to their inter-tribal conflicts and disunity, they had become an easy prey to the economic and political exploitation of the contemporary great powers, the Persians and the Romans. It was t

Syed Sulaiman Nadvi

Administrator Issue: November 1994

  Lest We Forget     The annual convocation of the Nadvat-ul-Uloom was being held in a packed hall at Lucknow in 1907. The conferring of degress in this well-known institution of religious education was to be followed by Dastar Bandi (Investiture of academic gowns and turbans) ceremony, which was being presided over by Khaw

A Summary and Analysis of The Meanings of Surah Muzzammil

Imam Amin Ahsan Islahi Issue: November 1994

  Quranic Exegesis     The surah can be divided into the following three sections.   Section I (1-14) The Prophet (sws) is directed to stand regularly to pray by night and to recite in slow measured tones the Quran in this tahajjud prayer. This shall soothe and strengthen his mind and soul and enable him to bear

Islam and the Fine Arts

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: November 1994

  EDITORIAL     It is generally believed that the attitude of Islam towards the fine arts is not very encouraging; it does not nurture the aesthetic sense found in human nature; in particular, it totally prohibits the art of music as well as the art of making human images and portraits. We believe that this view is not cons

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