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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | January 2011

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Seasonal Variations in Prayer Timings

Moiz Amjad Issue: January 2011

Hadīth   روي أنه كان النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم إذا اشتد البرد بكر بالصلاة وإذا اشتد الحر أبرد بالصلاة. It is reported that the Prophet (sws) used to offer his prayers early in the severe cold [of winters], while he would cool his prayers [delaying them] d
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Explanation of Some Qur’ānic Words

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: January 2011

Qur’ānic Exegesis   1. َالْمَعْرُوف (ma‘rūf) The word ma‘rūf in the Qur’ān has two meanings: 1. The good and the equitable. 2. The norms and customs of a society.   For example, it is said in the Qur’ān that Muslims enjoin the ma‘rūf and forbid munkar:   و
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Sūrah Taghābun

Imam Amin Ahsan Islahi Issue: January 2011

Qur’ānic Exegesis     Central Theme and relationship with the Preceding Sūrah The previous sūrah ended on the warning that the love of wealth and children should not make people indifferent to the remembrance and rights of God; they should make use of the blessings and provisions bestowed on them by Him to earn for the
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Surah Fatihah (3)

Hameed Uddin Farahi Issue: January 2011

    Section Two 1 Section Two 1 This is the sūrah of the ṣalāh for the ummah which has practically adhered to it by reciting it in every offering of ṣalāh. The ummah has also transmitted the knowledge regarding the status of the sūrah through tawātur (historical transmission of knowledge through generality-to-generality
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Distribution of Inheritance

Javed Ahmad Ghamidi Issue: January 2011

Editorial (Translated by Shehzad Saleem)  The Islamic law of inheritance is mentioned in the eleventh and twelfth verses of Sūrah Nisā’. In these verses, the Almighty has promised eternal punishment for those who have the audacity to change this law or intentionally disobey it. Though this promise relates to violating all the bou
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