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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | March 2010

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The Mughal Empire

Asif Iftikhar Issue: March 2010

Book Review   Author: John F. Richards Year: 1995 Publisher: Cambridge University Press   As part of the new Cambridge history of India, Richards’ work as a single-volume, coherent narrative history of the Mughal empire (covering the period from 1526 to 1720) focuses on how the collapse of the centralized formal appara

Two Blows Allowed to the Hellfire

Moiz Amjad Issue: March 2010

Hadīth (This write-up has been prepared by the Hadīth Cell of Jāved Ahmad Ghāmidīwhich includes Moiz Amjad, Izhār Ahmad, Muhammad Aslam Najmi and Kaukab Shehzad)   روى أنه قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: اشتكت النار إلى ربها فقالت ربي أكل بعضي

Causes of Hadith Fabrication

Imam Amin Ahsan Islahi Issue: March 2010

Hadīth (Translated from Mabādī Tadabbur-i Hadīth by Tariq Mahmood Hashmi)   The Muslim ummah, in its entire history, has faced many kinds of assaults by enemies of Islam. However, the Hadīth fabrication presented the most severe and unique challenge. The enemies of Islam, in the early phase of Islamic history, decided

Surah Balad

Imam Amin Ahsan Islahi Issue: March 2010

Qur’ānic Exegesis   Central Theme, Relationship with the Preceding Sūrah This sūrah forms a pair with Sūrah Fajr, the previous sūrah. There is no essential difference between the central theme of both sūrahs. In the previous sūrah, man is corrected on a misconception: when he receives a favour, he is overcome with pride a

Etiquette of Sexual Intimacy

Javed Ahmad Ghamidi Issue: March 2010

Editorial  (Translated from Maqāmāt by Shehzad Saleem)   The objective of religion is purification of the soul. In no way does it regard anal or oral sex as desirable. The Almighty has directed Muslims to come near their wives through the way He has prescribed for it. The words of the Qur’ān are:فَأْتُوهُنَّ

Brief Introduction to the Contents

Administrator Issue: March 2010

In this Issue…     Etiquette of Sexual Intimacy Ghāmidī elaborates on some of the Qur’ānic commnads that govern carnal relationship between husband and wife. His focus is to answer some of the questions that are gaining unusual circulation among Muslim societies for its increasing – and quite detrimental &n

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