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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | February 2000

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Administrator Issue: February 2000

  Rhyme and Reason     ‘I was alive once...and that was when you were not dead.’   The voice echoed through the thunderous rain and I never even noticed for once, the other coffin that was lying besides yours. Maybe it wasn’t even there till they offered you to the black soil on that bleak Sep
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Sayyid Abu’l Hasan ‘Ali Nadwi The Fragrance of the East Fades Away

Administrator Issue: February 2000

  Obituary     Mawlana Abu’l H~asan ‘Ali Nadwi, an Islamic scholar of global repute, breathed his last at his native village in Rai Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh on December 31, 1999. He was 85. President of All India Muslim Personal Board (AIMPLB) and founder member of the Makkah-based Rabitah al-‘
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Collection and Transmission of the Qur’an (Part 3/3)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2000

  APPENDIX C   View of the Orientalists on the History of theQur’anic Text   Arthur Jeffery in his preface to the Kitabu’l-Masahif of Ibn Abi Dawud has summarized the views of the German oriental scholar Theodore Noldeke (d:1930) and his successors on the history of the collection of the Qur’anic text. T
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Collection and Transmission of the Qur’an (Part 2/3)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2000

  APPENDIX A   Critical Analysis of the Reports that Mention the Collection of Abu Bakr (rta) and the Recension of ‘Uthman (rta)   I   Following is a narrative of S~ahih Bukhariwhich mentions the collection of the Qur’an by Abu Bakr (rta):   Musa Ibn Isma‘ilnarrates fromIbrahim Ibn S
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Collection and Transmission of the Qur’an (Part 1/3)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2000

  Qur’an     TheQur’an we have with us today is the very one – word for word -- which was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (sws). It was collected both in the form of a book and learnt by heart by many companions of the Prophet (sws) during his own life time and then transferred verbally as well as in
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Religious Tolerance: The Islamic Perspective

Dr. Khalid Zaheer Issue: February 2000

  Editorial     Mankind seems to be divided by religious categorisation. Some religious groups are more exclusive in their approach than others. However, the approach of condemning people belonging to other faiths, although it has become a much less pronounced problem in recent times, has not vanished completely. Ther
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