Hazaraislamicus https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home <p style="text-align: justify;">Hazara Islamicus is an open access, double-blind peer reviewed bi-annual Journal published by the department of Islamic and Religious Studies Hazara University Mansehra. The Journal is dedicated to publish articles on Islamic History, Thoughts, Theology, Islamic law, and Civilization and Cultural issues. Furthermore, the Journal also encourages the authors to submit researches conducted under interdisciplinary collaboration on the important socio-Religious issues including interfaith harmony and studies in contemporary religions. The main objective of Hazara Islamicus is to promote Islamic based research through modern research techniques and social science methodologies. Furthermore, the journal also strives to address the socio, economic, political and legal issues of the globalized words through Islamic perspective in order to create viable and sustainable solutions to these issues.</p> <p class="card-text text-justify text-info"> </p> Hazara University, Mansehra en-US Hazaraislamicus 2410-8065 مادیت پرستی کےمنفی اثرات و نتائج کا مطالعہ:اسلامی تعلیمات کے تناظر میں https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/109 <p>Moving forward and developing in life is a positive emotion. But when it is left uncontrollable, it carries a terrible form of materialism. The travesty of materialism based on falsehood could have catastrophic consequences for humanity. This spirit of lust and self-desire took the form of looting, irritation, and strange forms of acquisition wealth, the industrial and mechanical era began, as a result, a handful of people seized the treasures of the living. And the majority of humankind began to groan over hunger, poverty and diseases in the days of these machines. Materialism is a deadly disease that adversely affects human character and society. The cure for that matter is to build a deeper relationship with the Holy Quran. From the Islamic point of view in relation to wealth, the right path is to moderate between inflation and distortion. To this, the abundance of wealth is not in contradiction to piety. Its teachings are that human beings should adopt lawful means to acquire wealth, avoid forbidden ways. And spent, what he has earned, on himself and upon those who are concerned to him and in addition to that he should consider the rights of the servants of the almighty Allah upon it too.</p> DrSumbalAshraf Sumbal Dr. Sadaf Sultan Sultan Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 01 19 اِسلامی نظام عدل اور آزاد جموں و کشمیرکا عدالتی ماڈل https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/116 <p><em>It is a natural thing that mutual disagreements and discords appear in a community of people. Societies and community organizations come into existence to make sure to establish a balance between mutual rights and obligations of the people. This structure is called the state and the government, and the main responsibility of a state government particularly an Islamic government is to establish justice. Islam, though, its justice system keeps all the elements of the society in its rightful places. This system requires that all-around justice is established at all levels.</em></p> <p><em>The study of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah make it evidently clear that in the formation of the Islamic state this principle of balance is present in every respect. Together with this, Islam also provides a code of conduct to guide the behavior of those who are appointed to implement law and justice in society i.e. judges. Judiciary is the most important element and the central axis in the Islamic system of governance. The object of this research is to give a clear ,accurate and simple account of the rules and regulations of administration of justice in Islam as found through investigative study of Fiqh, Islamic judicial history, and other sources, . </em></p> <p><em>In this article, where the formation and role of the judiciary in the Islamic state will be reviewed, the structural creation of the administrative institutions related to the justice system, their importance and the practical role played by these institutions in eradicating crimes and establishing justice and equity appoint and appropriateness of persons to run these institutions will be discussed.</em></p> Dr. Fareed Ud Din Tariq Dr. Hasnat Gillani Hasnat Gillani Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 20 43 اسلامی ومغربی تصورات علم اور علوم کی اسلامی تشکیل: فکر و تہذیب پر ان کے اثرات کا جائزہ https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/129 <p>In this article we have tried to find out what is the definition of knowledge? On what basis are the metaphysics of any civilization and culture formed? What are the values ​​and ideas of Islamic civilization and Western civilization? What is the concept of Epistemology and Islamization of Knowledge? When did the Islamization of Knowledge begin? How did the movement for the Islamization of Knowledge gain momentum after the fall of the colonial system in the last five decades? Which important personalities rendered their valuable services on it? And not only breathed new life into the movement of Islamization of Knowledge but also completed a large part of the practical work. At the same time, we have tried to know the purpose of Islamization of Knowledge in this article.</p> Muhammad Rizwan Yasin Ahmad Abdul Rahman Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 44 57 نویں صدی کے ربع اول میں حدیث و علوم حدیث کا ذخیرہ:ایک مطالعہ https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/122 <p>Ninth century witnessed a great evolution in the Knowledge of Al Hadith. Although this was the period of social and political instability and uncertainty. Even during this time the Islamic intellectuals and writers wrote historical books of Ahadith, Fiq and Tafseer.</p> <p>This article reflects the work done about Ahadith in the era of Ninth Century . During this period&nbsp; famous&nbsp; books on the topics like (حدیث،اصول حدیث۔ متون حدیث ،شروح حدیث طبقات،کتب تخریج ) have been written. These books provide remarkable references and resource of Islamic knowledge.</p> Tahir Aslam Dr. Muhammad Imran Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 58 75 برصغیر(پاک وہند)میں امامیہ علماءومفسّرین کی تفسیری خدمات کا تاریخی مطالعہ https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/112 <p>Qur’an is a Guidance sent down from Allah.It has been revealed in Arabic.The tradation of interpreting and translating the Qur’an into diffrent languages has been going on for centuries by all the schools of thought.A lot of Experts have been served by the Imamia Scholars and Commentators in various countries around the world. Similarly, the Scholars and Commentators of the Imamia School of Thought have also been interpreted and translated the Holy Qur’an in diffrent languages of the Subcontinent. The Research examined the commentary services carried out by the Imamia Scholars and Commentators of the subcontinent. This Research presents a hitorical overview of the commentary services used in different local languages across the subcontinent. The languages in which the commentary services of the Imamia Ulema have been presented include Urdu, Arabic, English, Persian, Sindhi, Pashto, Gujrati and Balti Languages.</p> Dr Ghulam Safoora Sada Hussain Alvi Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 76 97 التفكير السياقي عند العرب: أسسه ونشأته وتطوره https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/90 <p>The term "context" in the Arab heritage has come in this form and is expressed in different terms, such as case, evidence, context, position, etc, Whether it is spoken by linguists, rhetorical scholars, Quranic interpreters, or Hadith scholars. Scholars of ancient times have pointed to the importance of context. They said their abbreviated term "for each situation, speech”. "Therefore, not considering the context of the text leads to error in understanding the text, whether this error is in whole or in part.</p> <p>The context was inherent to our scholars in the Arab heritage, Some contemporary say: Rhetorical Scholars recognized the idea of the conext, nearly 1,000 years, the recognition of the concepts of "situation" and "speech" as two distinct foundations of the analysis of meaning is now regarded in the West as the result of the adventures of contemporary reason in the study of language.</p> <p>The context is one of the issues that have attracted the attention of scholars in the Arab since ancient times. This led me to choose a field of study, The importance of this topic lies in the importance of context in ancient Arabic studies. The reasons for selection can be summed up in these questions posed by the subject: What is the context? What are the features of its uses in Arab heritage?, What is the importance of the context among the scholars of linguistics, rhetoric, interpretation, and Hadith in the Arab heritage?</p> samia nazish samia Dr. Sanaullah Hussain Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 01 14 دور اليسر والرخاء في تنوّع الشعر العربي القديم https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/117 <p class="p1">Ancient Arabic poetry started its journey in the pre-Islamic era. This was a simplistic form of literary genre. Poets are sensitive creatures of nature in society. Timestamps of the living environment including poverty and prosperity in poetic thoughts are fairly distinctive. Poets under economic stress or in fearful environments have expressed their feelings in a depressing and controlled manner. A comfortable atmosphere proved more fertile for the growth and development of multiple poetic streams both in content and form. Distinctions between free and stressful environments are extensively visible in poetic works of those times. My research hypothesis has boiled down to the findings that prosperity, wealth, and a mentally comfortable atmosphere have played a major role in the diversification of ancient poetry. This I have established while quoting relevant examples<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>from renowned poetic works of those times.</p> Dr. Qadeera Saleem Engineer Ilyas Salih Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 15 23 Scientific Preaching Method of the Qur’an https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/123 <p><em>The Qur'an's invitation styles are one-of-a-kind and unparalleled. There are no examples of these Qur'aanic styles in Arabic poetry. Be it speech, fortune-telling, or any other form of communication with which the Arabs were familiar before or after Islam. The "scientific style of invitation" is one of the Qur'anic styles. The Qur'anic styles demonstrate both clear and literal command. The Qur'an does not employ novel methods while also containing effective events, instructive examples, stories of previous nations, unchanged rulings and issues, prophecies, and scientific evidence. There is no complication in the text, and it is written in a simple style. Its da'wah has always been and will always be present, and its examples are not fictitious. As a result, questions arise in the modern scientific mind as to what the scientific style of the Qur'an is and how comprehensive it is in its style. Is there a sense of originality and inclusiveness in it? Why has the Qur'an's scientific style briefly presented imagery in many places, and how will it be useful to the modern scientific mind? Is it necessary to support the authenticity of the Qur'aan's style with a modern scientific statement?</em> <em>This research work will prove the authenticity of Islam on scientific grounds which is the need of the hour. Such studies are rare in literature.</em></p> sadaqat husain Zafar Ahmad Khan Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 01 12 Institutionalization of Islamic Political Parties in Pakistan: A Case Study of Jamiat Ulama-e-Pakistan https://hazaraislamicus.com/index.php/home/article/view/118 <p>Islamic political parties (IPPs) have been a significant feature of the various Muslim states including Pakistan. There are around 25 registered IPPs in Pakistan and most of them are identified with a specific sectarian group or religious denominational. This research concerns Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) which has been a renowned Barelwi-based Islamic political party. The party had often been divided into several factions and all factions of JUP adhered to more or less same party constitution as well as organizational structure. Keeping in view all major factions, this study explores whether JUP had practiced influence in the political landscape of Pakistan. The scholarly circle agreeing role of political parties in democratic states largely agree that only institutionalized political parties can exercise influence in any democratic state. In the light of this view, the study primarily analyzes JUP’s institutionalization as a party and its impacts on shaping its role in state’s politics from 1947 to 2018. In the present research, party institutionalization is measured in the light of the internal and external determinants outlined on the basis of scholarly and semi-scholarly books, articles and policy papers. These determinants include autonomy in decision making, party organization, coherence and roots in the society. The paper concludes that JUP did not practice a notable influence in the political landscape of Pakistan particularly due to falling short of meeting criteria set for party institutionalization. Decision making regarding critical issues were monopolized mostly by influential internal leadership and/or external actors seeking their personal political interests. Similarly, the JUP had hardly framed any common grounds acceptable to all party leadership for practical implementation of party constitution and developing basic organizational structure such as party offices, nationwide organizational presence, personnel and material sources etc. In fact, lack of autonomy in decision making had often led to controversies among party leadership and due to disorganization, the party had failed to accommodate those controversies. Consequently, the party had splintered into factions and had failed to strengthen its roots in the society.</p> Maryam Siddiqa Husnul Amin Copyright (c) 2022 Hazaraislamicus 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 10 02 13 32