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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | June 2010

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A Comprehensive Directive in Islam

Moiz Amjad Issue: June 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)   روي أنه قال رجل من الصحابة لرسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: يا رسول الله قل لي في

Are Muslims a Single Nation?

Javed Ahmad Ghamidi Issue: June 2010

Editorial (Translated by Tariq Mahmood Hashmi from Ghamidi’s Maqāmāt)   Man has an inherent sense of belonging to a nation defined by common colour, lineage, language, cultural tradition and geographical boundaries. All human beings are children of a single progenitor, Adam. Yet, the feeling for one’s blood relations

Difference between Hadith and Sunnah

Imam Amin Ahsan Islahi Issue: June 2010

Hadīth (Translated from Mabādī Tadabbur-i Hadīth by Tariq Mahmood Hashmi)   Generally people take ḥadīth and sunnah as synonymous terms. This is not a correct impression for there is a great difference between these two terms. Ḥadīth and sunnah occupy a distinct status and a different station in the religious knowledge.

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Administrator Issue: June 2010

In this Issue…     Are Muslims a Single Nation? This essay is an attempt by Javed Ahmad Ghamidi to reconcile the concept of brotherhood, verbalized in the Holy Qur’an, and a modern idea of nationality based on well demarcated geographical borders.   Su#rah Jinn Surah Jinn primarily relates an incident

Sūrah Jinn

Imam Amin Ahsan Islahi Issue: June 2010

Qur’ānic Exegesis   Central Theme, Relationship with Previous Sūrah and Analysis of the Discourse This sūrah is the counterpart of Sūrah Nūh the previous sūrah. Both form a complimentary pair. There is no basic difference between the central themes of both sūrahs. In the previous sūrah, a soul-stirring and a soul-s

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