Rahat-ul-Quloob http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat <p><iframe src="https://rahatulquloob.com/" width="100%" height="3050"> </iframe></p> en-US rahatulquloob@gmail.com (Dr. Syed Bacha Agha) rahatulquloob@gmail.com (Web Admin) Wed, 08 Feb 2023 16:13:34 +0000 OJS 3.1.2.4 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 ENGLISH: The evolution of (temptation of materialism) material temptation, various forms and prevention http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/439 <p>Ignorant Western morals are being instilled in individuals in the same way water is sucked up by roots of saplings when they are watered. In very much the same vein, the tsunami of materialism which has swept everything in its wake has also reached the hearts and minds of Muslims and continues to do so at an ever-increasing rate. This blind pursuit of desires is a thirst that is unquenchable. The Prophet <em>ﷺ</em> gave a very beautiful example of this: "If a person is given two valleys of wealth by Allah, he will surely desire a third valley of wealth". How can we expect to reap great crops from a land without putting in the hard work, the old adage stands true “what you reap is what you sow”, No matter how much how arable a piece of land may be, but it is foolish to expect anything from it without putting the hard work needed to grow something, only weeds will grow there? It will remain barren. The Heart is like the example of this field, how can it bear fruit? It is not possible until we are caught in this whirlpool of materialism, where there are constant and ever-increasing musings of making money, of increasing honor, of gaining power and status, how can we hear the voice of a bilghaib(<em>غیب</em>)? We have found light at the end of tunnel and break these shackles of materialism and free ourselves from this material world and come to a place where we can hear the voice of Allah, the call of the Qur'an and the teachings of the Hadith, and that is to think of what is right in our hearts.</p> Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Hussain, Mufti Dilawar khan Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/439 Thu, 09 Feb 2023 15:02:15 +0000 ENGLISH: Bio-Legal Dimensions of Organ Transplantation: the Shari’ah Response http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/443 <p>Ilm al-Abdan (medical science) has always been given utmost preference after Ilm al-Adyan (Religious science) in Islamic epistemology. The former takes care of physical well-being whereas the later satiates the spiritual and intellectual well-being of humanity. The reckless development and advanced achievements in the field of medical sciences have given rise to many legal and ethical issues and demands a clear response from the Shari’ah. Since Shari’ah or divinely ordained law encompasses all the domains of human activities hence addresses all upcoming or newly born issues according to basic legal framework of Islam. One of the basic objectives of Shari’ah is to make human life as comfortable as possible. ‘Allah Almighty wishes ease for you not to put you in difficulty’. But the comfort should not be at the expense of violating the commands of Shari’ah. Therefore, Ta’abbud element (devotional imperative) has to be prioritized over other elements. Human organ transplantation procedures have gained an unprecedented pace in the Modern era. The procedures have been well-received in Muslim countries and a sizeable number of Muslims are going through these operational arrangements. These surgical procedures have evoked a much conflicting debate over the permissibility or impermissibility of the concept and seeks the response of Shari’ah law. There are two sets of opinions of scholars holding two opposite views of the procedures. This paper traces out the historical background of the process of organ transplantation along defining its various branches. The research will investigate the legal and ethical dimensions of the phenomena and the response of Shari’ah thereto. There is no clear-cut verse in the Quran nor any of the Prophetic traditions regarding the ruling of organ transplantation or in legal jargon it doesn’t fall under <em>Mansus Hukm</em> or defined law rather the procedure falls into the category of <em>Hukm Mustanbat </em>or derived law. Therefore, this research paper will examine the evidences of both the faction of scholars regarding permissibility or impermissibility of the procedure. &nbsp;The study explores various options so as to strike the balance between the two opinions. The researchers will conclude the paper with further suggestions/regulations pertaining to the field in the light of Shar’ah law. &nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Dr. Mohd Shafiq bin Sahimi, Sajad Ahmad, Dr. Noor ul Haq Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/443 Wed, 15 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000 URDU: معاشرہ کی ترقی میں صنفی کردار کی جہات ،عہد نبوی کا خصوصی مطالعہ http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/442 <p>Islam has recognized man and woman as the basic elements of mankind with the meaningful evolution of human society. In it's view, every human being can achieve the desired role in the society through his intention and action without any gender discrimination. That is why Islam considers men and women as an integral part of society and a balanced partner. In it's view, a woman can perform other social activities of the society after playing her family role, as in the time of the Prophet of Islam when the society was in a difficult time and Muslims were fighting for their survival, women did not only did he take care of the wounded person but they also took part in regular battles. In addition, Islam has given women the right to own permanent economic property. In this regard, the question deserves that in the prophetic era, did women perform economic activities and other professional responsibilities? Did women in those days have social skills like writing, speaking and poetry and medical skills like therapy and surgery? And what was the nature of women's livelihood activities in the age of Prophethood that they took on different occasions? Also, what was the situation of right to expression of women in the formation of social and political affairs in the time of the Holy Prophet? In addition to these questions, the article under review also sheds light on other aspects of the gender role of women in the Holy Prophet's time.</p> Prof. Dr. Kalsoom Paracha, Afshan Noreen, Suhana Tareen Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/442 Wed, 08 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000 URDU: حضرت ام سلمہ رضی اللہ عنھا کی عبادات سے متعلق مرویات کامنتخب کتب حدیث سےموضوعاتی جائزہ http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/440 <p>Ahadith Mubaraka are the basic source of Islamic religious guidance after Quran. These ahadith are narrated by different narrators The present study aims to explore the narration of umulm mominen Hazrat umm e Salma (R. A.) on the topic of Islamic worship from the Sehai Sita (six authentic books of ahadith) and Mishkawat Shareef. These ahadith cover the topic of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) Salah, place of women worship, fiqahi masail regarding female menstruation, fasting, zakat, Hajj and sacrifices in the month of zil hajj.</p> BiBi Sitara, Dr. Nosheen Zaheer Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/440 Wed, 08 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000 URDU: تحریک استشراق کے ارتقائی مراحل ،مستشرقین کا عربی مطبوعات تک رسائی اور استفادے کی کوشش :تحقیقی مطالعہ http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/401 <p>The subject of Orientalists, in spite of its extraordinary importance and breadth, has not been discussed by our authors on any broad scientific standard. However, there was a need for Muslim in the past and there is a growing need today for unbiased commentary and criticism on the history, character, aims and flaws of Orientalism and to present the right picture to the world. There is confusion about Islam and the Prophet of Islam and Islamic origins in the minds of Western’s people has been attributed to Western scholars who have dedicated their lives to the study of Islam and to the reform of religion and the reform of the law. They are commonly called Orientalists. When did the Orientalist movement begin? What are the historical facts? What do scholars and researchers think about this? What were the main motives for the emergence of the Orientalist movement? Has the movement been limited to those same motives or have the motives changed over time? How did Oriental scholars gain access to Arabic publications and use Arabic books? The answers to all these questions are given in this article.</p> Muhammad Toseef, Dr. Raja Majid Moazzam Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/401 Thu, 09 Feb 2023 16:06:31 +0000 URDU: عصرِ حاضر میں بین المذاہب ہم آہنگی کی ضرورت و اہمیت http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/441 <p>Tolerance means accepting the behavior and beliefs of others that have different views than yours. This tolerance should be in between Muslims as well as with the non-Muslims. Islam is a religion of peace and unity which teaches us to love each other. Islam is spread all over the world because of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) character and behavior whose examples can be found on the different occasions during the Estate of Medina. He has always given respect to the non-Muslims that is why they brought their problems to him because they trusted his justice. The Holy Quran also teaches the same practices of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). His successors after his death also provided economic conservation, life safety and religious tolerance to the non-Muslims, which is the best example of the interfaith acceptance. The non-Muslims were also given scholarships and they were treated with jurisdictional. During religious debates and arguments with them, the successors provided evidences through the authentic source, The Holy Quran.</p> Dr. Qazi Abdul Manan, Prof. Dr. Hafiz Abdul Ghafoor, Dr. Ghulam Murtaza Kakar Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/441 Fri, 10 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000 ARABIC: فلسفة نزع الخافض في دراسات النحو لدى العلماء (دراسة نظرية) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/444 <p>The Arabic language has a specific and particular place in hearts of the Muslims as it is has a strong connecting with Islamic religion. This research deals with one of the important matters of grammar. The grammar study one of the very important fields of Arabic language. And the most important reason to choose that topic is that this matter has a lot of examples in itself to discuss, and it looks for that to get the best results in the field of grammatical studies. There is no particular term that is being used for this topic in the old books of Arabic grammar. And we find the basics of this term among the scholars after introducing “grammar study’’.it was being discussed in different chapters\ books in the light of grammar study among ancient scholars as it has been discussed various times by Arabs, that will be discuss in the research.</p> <p>Keywords: DE cluttering, grammar studies, scholars discussion.</p> Dr. sumaira Saghir ahmed Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/444 Sat, 18 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000 ARABIC: المنازعات التي يجوز فيها التحكيم والتي لايجوز فيها في الفقه الإسلامي وقانون الأونسيترال النموذجي للتحكيم التجاري الدولي لعام 1985م (دراسة فقهية وقانونية مقارنة) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/445 <p>The disputes that are presented to the arbitrator shall be either related to <em>huqooq-ul-ibaad</em> (right due to Allah creation) including financial rights, contracts, compensation, etc., and some of the disputes shall be relating to Huqoqooq-Allah (the rights due to Allah almighty), or some may be relating to shared rights between <em>Huqooq-ul-ibaad</em> and <em>huqooq-Allah</em>. Not all disputes that are presented to the arbitrator are capable of settlement by arbitration. However, there are certain disputes insofar that cannot be resolved through arbitration. This matter requires to understand the position of Islamic jurisprudence by presenting the opinions of the four schools of jurisprudence, as well as to understand the position of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration (1985), and its comparison with Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh), so that it becomes clear to us what matter/disputes can be resolved through arbitration and what disputes are not capable of being resolved by arbitration according to Islamic Sharia, and to identify the extent to which the aforementioned model law is in compliance with Islamic jurisprudence with regard to this topic, therefor I wanted to write this research paper entitled "Arbitrable and non-arbitrable disputes in the light of Islamic jurisprudence and the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration of (1985) a comparative jurisprudence and legal study”</p> Muhammad Ismail Ibrahimi, Dr. Safiullah Wakeel Copyright (c) http://rahatulquloob.com/index.php/rahat/article/view/445 Thu, 02 Mar 2023 13:10:23 +0000