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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | January 2002

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Let Me Be

Administrator Issue: January 2002

  Rhyme & Reason     The wind has stopped to moan aloud, There is a little peace in me. Gray is now the darkened cloud. A sudden calmness in the sea.   The noisy noise of buzzing bees Has turned into a humming sound. The rustling leaves have in the trees A whispering melody found.   In secr
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Your Questions Answered

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: January 2002

  Queries       Can a Woman be Elected as President of an MSA?   Question: From the Islamic point of view, can a woman be elected as the president of a Muslim Student Association at a university? If so, can she still be president if she does not cover her hair? Answer: As far as Islam is concerned, it
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Elimination of Interest: A Proposed Strategy

Administrator Issue: January 2002

  Viewpoint     In a previous article (Renaissance, Dec 2001), the author has argued against the abolition of interest through a legal decree. Here, he proposes a strategy for this abolition. (Editor)   Proposed Strategy Should we conclude that since there had been no success in eliminating interest from the
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Basis of Religion

Tariq Mahmood Hashmi Issue: January 2002

  Reader’s Column     When a person observes the signs of Providence, Mercy and Justice of the Almighty all around him, he is drenched with a profound sense of gratitude. This is the feeling that induces him to worship the one and only God and to seek His help in every difficulty encountered in life. Just as this feel
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‘I Crave for an Applause!’

Administrator Issue: January 2002

  Reader’s Column     I was low in spirits that day. Nothing looked meaningful or encouraging. Gloom and failure were revolving around me. I was feeling stagnant. The last day I was seeing a cricket match, amidst a stadium jam-packed with a roaring crowd. I was enjoying the game. The players were all competitive and w
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Customs and Behavioral Laws1

Javed Ahmad Ghamidi Issue: January 2002

  Islamic Law     The various manifestations of the conduct, mannerisms and pattern of living of a group of people are called customs and etiquette. No period of human civilization has remained devoid of them. We find them in currency in every clan, culture and nation. Civilizations are mostly distinguished from one ano
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When Death shall Die

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: January 2002

  Editorial   We are all born to die. Death is the greatest and perhaps the most neglected reality of life. Some fleeting moments and then off we go. We may fall to the deception of this transience -- but not for long: the dawn of life relentlessly gives way to the dusk of death everyday only to herald the advent of a new dawn
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