AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL 2024-05-15T13:45:57+00:00 Editor AL Misbah Open Journal Systems <p>The contributors to AL MISBAH include some of the most eminent scholars and thinkers of World. This Journal brings together many of today’s most innovative and distinguished thinkers, making their research and commentaries available not just to specialists but to a wider audience of globally concerned readers in three Languages.</p> <p>Academia &amp; Intelligentsia of the universities &amp; other spheres are always invited &amp; welcome to contribute their unique research findings &amp; writings.</p> ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES OF DEBT EXTENSION IN DISTRESS AND CONTEMPORARY FINANCIAL AGREEMMENT: AN ACADEMIC AND COMPARATIVE REVIEW 2024-04-17T09:12:17+00:00 Ghufran Ullah <p>&nbsp;Islam has a deep and gently expanding moral teaching to be given to distressed debtors that emphasizes patience and understanding. This principle, based on Qur'anic verses and hadith, encourages creditors to grant breaks, leading to spiritual rewards and social harmony Although it is questionable whether this break is legally obligatory or intelligent action though Islamic jurists recognize it as a moral obligation. Furthermore, if we emphasize the balance between compassion and responsibility in Islamic finance, alternative mechanisms such as imprisonment or continuous care are allowed to ensure debt recovery. Finally, Islam not only encourages the provision of relief but also encourages creditors to work diligently to achieve financial recovery, thereby fostering a culture of empathy and empowerment in the community. The text also discusses various types of financial activities and transactions in terms of Islamic principles, particularly focusing on the prohibition of loss and their exploitation This includes issues such as future sales, speculation, goods of collecting and smuggling. The principles mentioned in the text emphasize justice, honesty, and actions that help or harm others. Islamic teachings discourage hoarding, speculation and smuggling which exploit economic weakness and destroy social harmony. The text also emphasizes the importance of following government regulations, provided they are consistent with Islamic principles, and emphasizes the need to prioritize the public interest over private gain.</p> 2024-02-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL NUTRITIONAL AND MEDICINAL IMPORTANCE OF DATES IN THE LIGHT OF QURAN, HADITH, AND MEDICAL SCIENCE 2024-04-17T10:02:39+00:00 Dr. Muhammad Anwar Qasmi Awais Ahmad Choudhry <p>The date palm is a historic plant in the history of Islam that has been grown for ages in the Arab deserts for its consumable fruit. Fruits contain a lot of calories, dietary fiber, and several vital vitamins and minerals. Palm fruits are abundant in minerals, lipids, and protein and are a great source of dietary fiber. In this research paper, we will examine how dates are utilized in ancient medical practices to treat a variety of maladies in addition to their nutritional worth. According to a phytochemical study, Fruits contain substances with various health benefits, including anthocyanins, phenols, sterols, carotenoids, procyonids, and flavonoids. Studies in medicine have revealed results that palm fruits have&nbsp;no radical scavenging, antioxidant, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, nephroprotective, anti-cancer, and immunostimulant properties are present in palm fruits. The pharmacological characteristics of palm fruits and seeds and their significance in the Quran, Hadith, and Islamic literature are confirmed by this study's thorough research of phytochemistry.</p> <p>According to temperament, experimental curative results are improved. Advance medicinal results are shown in which temperament palm fruit is curative and when it has side effects study case is improved in the view of Islamic literature Quran Hadith and medical science.</p> 2024-02-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL A RESEARCH ANALYSIS OF THE AHADITH IN THE TIBIAN-UL-FURQAN FI TAFSEER AL-QURAN AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIETY (SURAH AL-MA'IDAH) 2024-04-19T10:37:39+00:00 Dr. Majid Rashid Hafiz Saif Ur Rahman <p><em>&nbsp;Tibian al-Furqan fi Tafsir al-Qur'an stands as a robust and all-encompassing commentary, originally penned in the Arabic language. This work incorporates hadiths and takes into account the actions and utterances of the Companions. Given its significance and practicality, there exists a necessity to delve into its methodology, style, and the life of its author, who is regarded as one of the foremost scholars in this region. Therefore, this research aims to scrutinize and analyze the hadiths within the aforementioned commentary. It emphasizes the contemporary need and significance of this commentary, introduces its distinctive features, explores the societal implications of the included hadiths, and examines the author's background and scholarly contributions. In this paper, hadiths of mentioned above commentary has been analyzed to present its legitimacy as a great contribution in the field of hadiths.&nbsp;&nbsp; </em></p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL Critical Discourse Analysis: A Comparative Study of the Semiotic and Textual Features of Health Cards 2024-04-19T11:42:01+00:00 Dr. Farooq Ahmed Sidra Lubna Aram Azam <p>The government of a country is responsible for providing better healthcare facilities to its people. The political parties claim to facilitate the people and healthcare facilities are an important part of it. In Pakistan, two of the political parties namely Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League Noon (PMLN) during their governments-initiated healthcare programs and issued health cards for deserving people. The current research has analyzed the textual and visual features of these cards and has conducted a comparative study. Cards carry some symbolic features in them as the political ideologies of the said parties are implicitly depicted in the cards. This research deals with the visual and linguistic analysis of the cards. The research focused on the functions of these cards related to national and political ideologies and how both cards are similar or different from each other. The study has done a comparative analysis using a visual analysis <a href="#_edn1" name="_ednref1">[i]</a>approach and textual analysis using Norman Fairclough’s three-dimensional model. The results of this analysis are stated in textual and visual analysis.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><a href="#_ednref1" name="_edn1">[i]</a> Barry, David, Brigid Carroll, and Hans Hsansen. "To text or context? Endotextual, exotextual, and multi-textual approaches to narrative and discursive organizational studies."&nbsp;<em>Organization Studies</em>&nbsp;27, no. 8 (2006): 1091-1110.</p> 2024-03-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL ہندو دھرم میں نجات کے طريق ثلاثہ کا اسلام کے ساتھ تقابل اور اجتماعی اثرات، تحقیقی و تقابلی جائزہ 2024-03-06T04:53:55+00:00 Naveeda Khanam Dr. Sobia Khan <p>The literal meaning of salvation is to get rid of or to be saved, i.e. to be saved or to be saved from any pain, suffering or loss and loss. The Qur'anic word "falah" includes the achievements of this world and the hereafter. While Salvation is a part of the meaning of the word "prosperity". The Islamic code of life makes it necessary to achieve the welfare of this world and the hereafter. While the main problem of Hinduism is to get rid of the Joni Chakra. It is not necessary for them to ensure the salvation of the world. Therefore, the three ways of salvation in Hinduism are a link in the same chain, which consists of knowledge, action and austerity. In Islam, the importance of these three teachings for salvation is Muslim, but the practical nature is different. Along with showing Islam as a complete code of life, putting forward this similarity so that the path of tolerance and harmony is paved and attraction towards the religion of Islam increases, the paper under review is a link in this chain.</p> 2024-02-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL فلسطین کے تنا ظر میں ناول the Scar of David کا تحقیقی و تنقیدی مطالعہ 2024-01-18T10:08:20+00:00 Maria Termezi Dr. Shiraz fazal Dad <p>Susan abulhawa is a American writer. The scar of David is her first novel published in 2006. It’s a historical novel which discusses the Palestine and Israel conflict. Mainly In novel there is a Palestinian family from the village of Ein Hod, which was emptied of its inhabitants by the newly formed State of Israel in 1948.Most of novel, is narrated by Amal through her reader get the stories of brothers, one of them kidnapped by an Israeli soldier and raised Jewish, the other who sacrifices everything for the cause of Palestine. Novel discusses the heart-breaking story of a Palestinian family which narrates about love, friendship, identity crisis, patriotism, terrorism, courage and hope. Novel shares many historical events which occurs between 1948 to also discuss the role of political leaders and UNO, Silent presence of Arab countries in Palestine issue. Novelist tries to show the psychological problems and personality crisis of children’s due to war. This historical novel forces reader to take a fresh look at one of the defining political conflicts of time. It is deeply a human novel the novelist remains objective till the end. Novel presented the Palestine issue on the basis of humanity.</p> 2024-01-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL اسلام میں عورت کی گواہی : علمی اور سائنسی جائزہ 2024-02-19T17:56:23+00:00 Hafsa Anwar <p>The testimony of women in Islam is always a topic of discussion in the field of Islamic Jurisprudence which states that it weighs only half of the of men's testimony. This belief stems from a particular interpretation of a verse in the Quran (2:282). However, it is vital to understand that this interpretation is not applicable in all circumstances because the broader context and principles of Islamic jurisprudence regarding testimony will be examined first. Islam emphasizes the importance of justice, fairness, and equal treatment for all individuals, regardless of gender. Many scholars argue that the interpretation of the verse is specific to financial transactions involving specialized knowledge or expertise. Understanding the complexities and diversity of opinions within Islamic jurisprudence is crucial when discussing women's testimony in Islam. This article attempts to illustrate the true position of women's testimony in Islam by presenting relevant scientific studies to explain the rationale behind Allah's prohibitions and the viewpoints of well-known Islamic scholars regarding this issue.</p> 2024-01-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL حدّ حرابۃ (ڈکیتی) کا فقہی جائزہ 2024-02-07T05:08:54+00:00 Dr. Saeed Ur Rahman Dr. Muhammad Azizullah <p><em>Crimes have become an epidemic in the present era. The whole world is in the grip of this epidemic. No region of the world is safe from these crimes. Whether economic crimes, or political crimes. Murder, robbery, theft or sexual violence etc. No individual or region is safe from them. Different types of laws are made every day. While crimes are increasing instead of decreasing. There is only one way to prevent these crimes. That is to be fully aware of the penal laws of Islam and to implement them. Because these are proven laws. When these were in force in the Arab region, the world saw and recognized their effects. Just as the crimes are different, so are the means of prevention and the punishments. Therefore, one of the most dangerous crimes is robbery. The punishment of which is called Hadd-e-Hirabah. Islam has described its detailed rules. Therefore,</em> <em>it is necessary to know its definition, order, conditions, reasons, types and forms etc. all</em><em> things</em><em> in detail In the light of jurisprudence of different schools of thought.</em></p> <p><em>Therefore, all these things have been discussed in the relevant article.</em></p> 2024-01-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL قرآن مجید میں مذکور"اصحاب" کا تعارفی جائزہ 2024-01-30T08:27:04+00:00 Yasra Mariam Dr. Asma Aziz Sana Yaseen <p><em>The Quran is sacred scripture of Islam. According to conventional Islamic belief, the Holy Quran was revealed by the angel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in the west Arabian towns Mecca and Medina beginning in 610 CE and ending with Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) death in 632 CE. In the Quran, the term "As-haab" (Companions) is mentioned in various Surahs and Verses, referring to individuals who were closely associated with Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Additionally, the Quran provides details about the lives, sacrifices, and experiences of the companions, highlighting specific events and their unwavering commitment to Islam. Some Surahs narrate stories of particular companions, illustrating their courage and steadfastness as examples for believers. Quranic narratives delve into their experiences, unwavering faith, and significant contributions to the emerging Muslim community. Beyond historical accounts, these stories serve as moral and ethical guideposts, urging believers to adopt virtues like resilience, compassion, and community-building.</em></p> 2024-03-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL بدھ ازم میں غریب طبقات کے حقوق: ایک تحقیقاتی جائزہ 2024-04-19T12:01:19+00:00 Rabia Hina Dr. Sabiha Azhar <p>Buddhism, with its emphasis on reducing suffering and cultivating compassion for all beings, recognizes the significance of attending to the needs of these vulnerable groups. "Vulnerable groups" in Buddhism refers to those segments of society that are deemed particularly susceptible to suffering and in need of support and compassion. Buddhist texts refer to the "Four Unjustly Treated Groups" (Chaturviniyata) as one of the most significant vulnerable groups. The elderly, the disabled, the sick, and the impoverished are some of these categories. Buddhist teachings place a strong emphasis on the value of showing compassion, care, and support to these disadvantaged groups in society. Buddhism also promotes the inclusion and defense of all sentient beings, irrespective of their circumstances or social standing. This openness highlights the interdependence of all life forms by embracing animals and even entities from other planes of existence. In Buddhist societies and communities, social welfare programs, healthcare initiatives, and charitable endeavors are just a few of the ways that efforts are frequently made to meet the needs of vulnerable groups. Buddhism seeks to alleviate suffering in society, foster social justice, and foster empathy by identifying and assisting marginalized groups.</p> 2024-03-09T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL غنیۃ القاری شرح بخاری میں موجود ”کتاب الطب“ کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ 2024-04-19T13:14:26+00:00 Mohammad Ilyas Dr. Zafar Hussain <p>Prophetic medicine, also known as “Tibb al-Nabawi” in Arabic, refers to a traditional system of healing and healthcare that is based on the&nbsp;&nbsp; teachings and practices of the islamic prophet Muhamamd( peace be upon him). It encompasses various remedies, dietary guidelines, and lifestyle recommendations derived from the Hadith (sayings and actions of the Prophet )and the Quraan. Proponents of prophetic medicine believe that these teachings provide valuable guidance for maintaining physical and spiritual well-being. Some common elements of prophetic medicine include the use of specific herbs, natural remedies, fasting practices, and the promotion of a balanced and healty life style.</p> <p>It is important to note that while prophetic medicine has been practiced for centuries in Islamic cultures, its effectiveness is a subject of debate, and its application may vary among individuals and regions. As with any form of traditional medicine, it is essential to consult with a healthcare proffessional for any medical concerns or conditions.</p> 2024-03-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL اسلام کے نظام طہارت میں تیسیر :احادیث مبارکہ کی روشنی میں 2024-04-19T13:42:16+00:00 Kaneez Fatima Yousuf Ruqyya <p>Islam has provided its adherents with several directives for guidance, but it has also provided different means of carrying out these directives. Islam has commanded Muslims to follow the simplest path in both religious and worldly matters and has made the implementation of religious commandments subject to their power and capacity. It also forbids working in a restricted and rigorous manner. Many compromises have been made, particularly in the area of achieving purity, as every Muslim must achieve purity for their five daily prayers. To ensure that Muslims do not experience hardship or inconvenience when adhering to religious orders, numerous accommodations and exemptions have been granted in matters of purity throughout the Quran and Hadith, where it is mandated to attain and maintain purity. Being friendly and easy going with the people was something the Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h) himself enjoyed doing, and he also taught his companions to do the same. The identical Shariah rights that Islam has granted its adherents have been examined in this essay.</p> 2024-03-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL وجهات النظر المعاصرة حول نضال المرأة الاقتصادي؛ دراسة تحليلية في سياق التفاعلات النبوية 2024-02-19T19:25:53+00:00 Dr. Hafiz Ahmed Saeed Rana Muhammad Shahid Iqbal <p>This paper explores the contemporary concept of women's economic struggle within the context of prophetic interactions. It delves into the intersection of modern gender economics and the historical experiences of women during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him(. By analyzing the economic challenges faced by women in today's society and comparing them to the economic roles and rights granted to women in early Islamic history, this study seeks to draw parallels and contrasts. The research employs a multidisciplinary approach, combining elements of economics, gender studies, and historical analysis. The study finds that while significant progress has been made in women's economic empowerment in the contemporary world, there remain distinct challenges and disparities. By examining the Prophetic interactions and teachings regarding women's economic rights and opportunities, this paper offers insights for modern policymakers and scholars working to address gender disparities in economic participation. It underscores the importance of understanding historical contexts and how they can inform contemporary efforts to improve women's economic well-being. Ultimately, this research contributes to the ongoing discourse on gender equality and economic empowerment, encouraging a nuanced exploration of women's roles and rights within the framework of Islamic history and contemporary society.</p> 2024-01-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL استلهام التراث الأدبي في رواية سجاد عجمي دراسة تحليلية 2024-04-19T09:48:00+00:00 Qayash Bahadur Dr. Zain Ul Abideen <p>This article revolves around the inspiration from Literary Heritage in the novel "Sajjad Ajami" (2013) by the Syrian author of the new generation, Shahla Al-Ujaili. It is a heritage-inspired novel from the Abbasid era, highlighting the achievements and prosperity of Muslims during that period. However, this article focuses on aspects of drawing inspiration from literary heritage through two rhetorical terms: "quotation and insertion," and the various form of their utilization contextually, such as similar and contrasting contexts, and from the perspective of its technical structure, and the occurrence of this inspiration in narrative or dialogue through characters' speech. The research begins with an introduction emphasizing the importance of the topic, as it urges modern readers to familiarize themselves with the authenticity of heritage language and to use its ancient style instead of the modern and foreign features that have increased in the novel over time, distancing the readers from the authentic Arabic sources flowing from Al-Qur'an, the Hadith, and Arabic poetry. The research also presents the definitions and theoretical types of inspiration. The following pages delve into the study of inspiration through the insertion of poetry and the quotation of religious texts within narrative models, followed by the most important research findings.</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL الحقيقة حول المال والعملة: في ضوء الشريعة الإسلامية 2024-05-02T13:07:30+00:00 Dr Muhammad Anas Raza Hafiz Muhammad Usman <p>The evolution of currency systems has been integral to human civilization, initially rooted in the exchange of goods and gradually transitioning to the introduction of currency for facilitating trade. This transition was driven by the necessity to fulfill basic needs efficiently. However, various challenges led to the emergence of metallic currencies, notably coins, as a preferred medium of exchange.</p> <p>Gold and silver coins gradually became prevalent, yet in some regions, certain commodities retained their status as quasi-currencies. Subsequently, the dominance of coins waned as paper currency emerged, initially coexisting with coins but eventually supplanting them due to various factors. Today, fiat currency reigns supreme globally, owing to its ease of exchange. The control and issuance of currency are crucial responsibilities, but the question arises: who holds the authority, the government or the broader society? This article examines this question from an Islamic perspective, incorporating insights from scholars to shed light on the matter. Overall, this research explores the historical trajectory of currency systems, from barter to fiat, and delves into the Islamic viewpoint regarding currency control and issuance, contributing to a deeper understanding of this critical aspect of economic systems.</p> 2024-03-13T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AL MISBAH RESEARCH JOURNAL