Rahat-ul-Quloob http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat <p><iframe src="https://rahatulquloob.com/" width="100%" height="3050"> </iframe></p> Rahat-ul-Quloob Research Academy, Quetta en-US Rahat-ul-Quloob 2520-5021 URDU: اسلامی تکثیر المذاہب معاشرے کا تصور اور آپﷺ اس معاشرے میں بحیثیت قانون ساز http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/453 <p>Human beings are different in their natures that lead them to quench their thirst to know the concept of Reality through different religious paths. This phenomenon is termed as religious Pluralism. The western concept of this plurality of religion is quite different from the Quranic concept of religious Pluralism. This research paper will explore two research questions; the first will focus &nbsp;the Quranic concept of religious pluralism on the basis of revealed religions (Judaism and Christianity) and non-revealed religions (Hinduism, Budhism etc) as mentioned in the Quran.The second question will address the role of Prophet Muhammad P.B.U.H. as a legislator in the pluralist first Islamic State of madina. The rights and duties of these different religions in Madina will be seen in the light of Quran, Ahadith and <em>Meesaq e Madina</em>. And if any one from other religions will violate the contract between Muslims and these communities then what sort of punishment will be given to the violators.</p> Dr. Nosheen Zaheer Maria Khalil Copyright (c) 2024-01-09 2024-01-09 01 10 10.51411/rahat.8.1.2024/453 URDU: حضور بخش جتوئی کے کلام میں مذکور مذہبی رجحانات اور ان کے اثرات کا تحقیقی جائزہ http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/454 <p>Balochi language is the language of poor people of the rich land. Balochi literature has its own beauty like many other literatures of the world. It has diffused its fragrances in the heart of people who were living in the huts. Well known poets have also been gifted to this land by almighty Allah. However, a poet in later nineteenth century from Kachi (Balochistan) put his foot steps on this land, he is highly known as one of the greatest Baloch poets whose name is Hazoor Bakhsh Jatoi. He was purely religious unmatched poet and master of spiritual lines in this article Hazoor Bakhsh Jatoi religious poetry effects on society. The study was survey based, results and findings suggest that the religious poetry has on society. The study was survey based, results and findings suggest that the religious poetry has affects a society for Islamic teachings.</p> Dr. Muhammad Anwer Bugti Copyright (c) 2024-01-09 2024-01-09 11 22 10.51411/rahat.8.1.2024/454 URDU: وکالت کا پیشہ : شرعی تحقیقی جائزہ http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/451 <p>Advocate is one who defends or maintains a cause or proposal, or one who supports or promotes the interests of a cause or group, or one who pleads the cause of another specifically<strong>&nbsp;</strong>one who pleads the cause of another before a Tribunal or judicial court. Advocacy (Wakalat) is a very noble profession; and those who link with this profession are also very noble persons (advocates). It helps victim against offender, oppressed against oppressor, and weak against stronger, therefore due to its service, it also provides equal and full opportunity to poor and rich to put his/her case before&nbsp;honorable&nbsp;judges without any fear and undue influence. Lawyers at all times maintain the&nbsp;honour&nbsp;and dignity of their profession as essential agents of the administration of justice. Lawyers, in protecting the rights of their clients and in promoting the cause of justice, seek to uphold human rights and fundamental freedoms recognized by national and international law and at all times act freely and diligently in accordance with the law and recognized standards and ethics of the legal profession.&nbsp; But The conduct of lawyers in the present era is totally against the traditions and high values ​​of the profession and they are showing cynicism. Today, the common man is forced to ask why lawyers are no longer civilized and polite.</p> Dr. Syed Bacha Agha Copyright (c) 2024-01-09 2024-01-09 23 29 10.51411/rahat.8.1.2024/451 URDU: عائلی زندگی بطور اسلامی تہذیب کا محور http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/455 <p>Family life holds significant importance in Islam due to its social and moral value in elevating human beings to their highest status as creations of Allah. It is regarded as a fundamental unit essential for building a prosperous society. Allah has designed men and women to naturally attract each other, leading to the formation of families that serve the purpose of reproduction. Consequently, both genders are integral to the family unit, complementing each other to create a harmonious and serene life. Islam, as a religion, emphasizes the promotion and strengthening of the family unit, recognizing it as the cornerstone of a healthy and prosperous society. This objective is achieved by establishing basic principles for family life, ensuring growth through legitimate relationships and providing social protection and cohesion through the institution of marriage, which is considered a legal and binding contract (Nikah). Islamic civilization, renowned for its unity, divine foundation, moral values, pursuit of genuine knowledge, and inclusive approach, owes much of its greatness to the values instilled through family life. Women hold a central position in Islam, being recognized as equally important members of the family unit with full rights—a distinction unparalleled in other civilizations before Islam. Through the protection provided by marriage (Nikah), women are empowered to contribute to the foundation of one of the greatest civilizations in human history. Thus, women are granted the freedom to shape and contribute to Islamic civilization, particularly through their focus on the moral upbringing of future generations. Their role as mothers and guardians plays a pivotal role in the advancement and prosperity of Islamic society, emphasizing the importance of family life in shaping the course of history.</p> Dr. Khadija Aziz Dr. Hafsa Abbasi Copyright (c) 2024-03-13 2024-03-13 30 50 ARABIC: معالم الحضارة الإسلامية فى ضوء السيرة النبوية http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/458 <p>The foundations of Islamic civilizations are laid on the motives of learning and spreading knowledge; knowledge which may help know God and discern truth from falsehood. The first ever revelation calls to read even before calling towards the belief in oneness of God. The knowledge helps humanity understand its worth and identify true relationship with its creator thus emancipates mankind from all kinds of slavery. Surrendering to only Allah SWT and obeying Him by all means is the nucleus of Islamic civilization and it releases mankind from submitting to any physical object or people of authority. Along with submitting to Allah SWT, Islamic civilization lays emphasis upon fulflling the rights of fellow human beings. This consciousness of fulfilling the rights of God and fellow humans is not a result of societal bindings and constitutional compulsion rather it stems from the goodness of heart and purity of intention. The Holy Prophet PBUH delineated the basic features of Islamic civilization by propagating the ethics of human heartedness, love and patience. Forgiving the worst enemies while being in control, keeping the ties of blood relations intact despite the conflicts and letting people practice freedom of belief and opinion are few of the moral values which characterize a true Islamic society laid on the footsteps of the Holy Prophet PBUH. Like any developed counterpart, Islamic civilization establishes a state based upon safeguarding the basic human rights and protecting its minorities as well as providing every citizen with the rights to justice and equity. It sets the rules of war and not only prohibits killings of children, women and non-fighting public during the wars but also protects the trees and places of worship in the lands of enemy. This paper is an attempt to sort out the basic characteristics of Islamic civilization as exhibited in the seerah of our beloved Prophet PBUH.</p> Dr. Muhammad Khalid Fowad Abdul Munim Dr. Ikram ul Haq Al-Azhari Copyright (c) 2024-01-09 2024-01-09 01 17