AL-HIDAYAH http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs <p>The secret is comprised in three words- Work, Finish, Publish. One who writes something wants to publish it. The scholarly works are published in forms of Journals. Research Journals are tools to advance one’s carrier. People want to share their knowledge by publishing it in journals Books etc. There are hundred scholarly peer-review Journals, and number of articles are published each year. This journal will be an addition to these journals. It will have a responsibility to refine and define information and act as filter. A journal is a scholarly publication contains his articles written with research methodology.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>PATRON IN CHIEF</strong> <br /><strong>Prof. Dr Uzma Quraishi</strong> <br />Vice Chancellor <br />The Women University Multan <br /><strong>Email:</strong> <a href="mailto:vc@wum.edu.pk">vc@wum.edu.pk</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>EDITOR IN CHIEF</strong> <br /><strong>Prof. Qudsia Khakwani</strong> <br />Dean/Chairperson, <br />Department of Islamic Studies &amp; Comparative Religions, <br />The Women University Multan </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> en-US qudsia.khakwani@gmail.com (Prof. Qudsia Khakwani) makramrana.minhaj@gmail.com (Dr. Muhammad Akram Rana) Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.2.0.3 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 برصغیر کا خود مختار مسلم ریاستی دور اور مسلم وغیر مسلم تعلقات: دکن, بنگال, جونپور اور کشمیر کا خصوصی جائزہ http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/10 <p>Whenever a major empire collapses in a region, small governments are<br />replaced, as when the Abbasid regime began to weaken in Baghdad, so many<br />governments were formed in the wider region that included the Khilafah Abbasi.<br />When the Umayyad Empire ended in Andalusia, the country was divided into several<br />smaller governments. Similarly, when the great central empire of Delhi fell in the<br />subcontinent, independent governments were established everywhere. But since the<br />subcontinent is a relatively large region, the independent governments that were<br />formed here were far larger than the smaller Andalusian governments, the Deccan,<br />Bengal and Kashmir governments were equal to the Umayyad regime of Andalusia.<br />Within Muslim governments, the importance of harmony and reconciliation in<br />Muslim-non-Muslim relations has often been very important. Prevailed, Muslims<br />gradually became permanent citizens of the subcontinent. They not only influenced<br />the culture of the area and expanded it by narrowing it down, but also welcomed<br />some local influences. As a whole, Hinduism was certainly influenced by new<br />influences and India's Islam also became somewhat different from other countries'<br />Islam. The monotheism of Islam influenced the Hindu religion and the belief in the<br />unity of the Hindus influenced the Indian Muslims. There were many Hindu<br />Muslims at that time who were new Muslims and who were raised in the Hindu<br />tradition. There were relatively few who came from outside, so Islamic Sufism,<br />whose source is elite, began to develop. The article under consideration includes a<br />special review of the treatment of non-Muslims in the periods of Muslim-dominated<br />states of Deccan, Bangla, Jaunpur and Kashmir.</p> منزہ حیات Copyright (c) 2021 http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/10 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 غیر مسلموں کے حقوق شریعت اور قانون کی روشنی میں اور پاکستان کا اس میں عصری اطلاق http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/12 <p>Islam seeks to establish such a society where all citizens of the state enjoy<br />equal rights and religion should not become the basis for any discrimination. Sharia<br />laws hold both Muslims and non-Muslims equal and no superiority or privilege is<br />given to the Muslims on any ground in Islamic state. Islamic state is responsible for<br />the protection and security of minorities. If it has entered into an agreement with<br />another nation. The protection and security of the latter also falls under its domain of<br />responsibility. The Islamic state is responsible for the protection of lives, honor and<br />property of the minorities. On the map of world, Pakistan was established in August<br />1947 as a homeland for the Muslims. It is a predominately Muslim Country but there<br />are several religious groups within Pakistan; the Hindus and the Christian’s being the<br />biggest religious minorities. The Constitution 1973 describes Pakistan as an “Islamic<br />republic State”. It is a predominately Muslim State but there are several nonMuslims groups living here as citizens. Pakistan’s Constitution stands for equality of<br />all citizens irrespective of religion, caste, region, language and gender. Islam the<br />state of Pakistan stands for respect, peace and toleration for all non-Muslims citizens.<br />This paper examines the population and constitutional position of minorities in<br />Pakistan and sharia laws. It also provides a general picture of major religious<br />communities: the Hindus, the Christians and the Sikhs etc, who are living in<br />Pakistan. Pakistan’s religious minorities have freedom to practice their religion and Pursue their cultural heritage.</p> قدسیہ خاکوانی, خدیجہ بی بی Copyright (c) 2021 http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/12 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 جدید سماجی نظام میں جہیز کا تصور اور تعلیمات نبی صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کی روشنی میں http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/13 <p>Traditions in every nation's individual and collective life are very important<br>culture, character, habits, mental attitudes and way of life has a profound effect on<br>social life. The effects of development of a nation, to prosper and destroy traditions<br>can be seen on any society. To adopt new templates customs reform is evitable. For<br>national development and the welfare of society, it is mandatory according to the<br>changing conditions of the times and customs would be changed, and leaving evil<br>customs and rituals, only good customs are adopted. The nations which do not follow<br>this rule, their ignorance, conservatism and narrow-mindedness, act upon the evil<br>rituals blindly, and stopped her development by implementing hurdles on the way of<br>society to make future black picks.<br>We see that we have promoted many traditions in our life, Regard less of religion,<br>culture or any system of life, but life's evolution and development is considered most<br>important for the society and social life occupies an important place in the social life<br>of customs the influence is even more recognized. Thus in our society there are many<br>traditions in the modern era, we have adopted ritual of marriage, which is recognized<br>as significant is the dowry ceremony. In this article, I have tried to explain the concept of dowry tradition in any society,<br>what are Islamic teachings? The practice has a negative impact on society and how<br>we can optimize it</p> رضیہ شعبانہ , فیاض احمد فاروق Copyright (c) 2021 http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/13 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Rights of Women in Islamic and Pakistan Law and Constitution http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/14 <p>Men and women are two important groups universally inhabiting all the<br>societies. Pakistan is a patriarchal society where men dominate women in all aspects<br>of life. Pakistani women’s education, health and working condition lead to their<br>subordinate status making them vulnerable to violence and crime. It further reduces<br>women’s chances to reach the decision making and authoritative positions in society,<br>like head of the state.<br>In this article we will focus on rights of women in Islamic and Pakistani law<br>and constitution. i.e<br>● What sort of law has been introduced in Pakistan, whether it is compatible to<br>Islamic law or not?<br>● Family law ordinance 1961<br>● Hudood ordinance<br>● Zina ordinance<br>● Law of evidence<br>● The Honor killing Act 2004<br>● The Protection of Women Act 2006<br>● Laws of sexual Harassment<br>● Law to curb Acid attacks 2011<br>● The Anti Women Social Protection Act 2011<br>● Law on Domestic Violence<br>● The law on Child Marriage<br>Keeping in view all the laws and ordinances it will be assessed whether<br>women’s rights are protected and they are satisfied with their position in the society.<br>It is also said that the laws are mainly formulated by men dominated political<br>and legislative institutions. The study of laws and legislative procedures and justice<br>systems for impact on women will also help to improve the status of women.<br>This paper will discuss laws in Islam and Pakistan, whether they have<br>improved the condition of women or otherwise.</p> Muhammad Akram Rana Copyright (c) 2021 http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/14 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 BAIT-UL-HIKMAT: AN INSTITUTION OF LITERARY DEVELOPMENT UNDER ABBASIDS (751-1258AD) http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/15 <p>A recorded review subsequently gathers encounters of the past and passes them on<br>to decide the course of our future activity. The instruction arrangement of the Muslims,<br>throughout the hundreds of years delivered those thinkers, researchers, legal scholars, the<br>men of letters and specialists in each field of information, who had made inconceivable<br>commitments to workmanship, writing, verse, logic, medication, space science, geology,<br>material science, speculative chemistry, mineralogy, legislative issues, and so on. These rich<br>Muslims have commitments which made in the different branches of science filled in as a<br>reason for the improvement of the present day science. None of these accomplishments<br>would have been conceivable however for that dedication to learning and instruction which<br>has described those individuals all through the history. The proposed research through the<br>deductive approach is an attempt to investigate the training arrangement of the Muslims, its<br>ideological bases esteems and qualities which affects the knowledge of the world positively.<br>At the House of Wisdom, Important ideas from around the world came together and would<br>be discussed threadbare. The period of Abbasid caliphs was the age of the highest evolution<br>and greatest development of the Islamic society, knowledge and culture. It was the phase of<br>modernization and scientific development in the history of Muslim world.</p> Mehmooda Irfan Wyne Copyright (c) 2021 http://alhidayah.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/15 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000