Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities 2023-09-16T03:26:10+00:00 Dr. Aijaz Ali Khoso Open Journal Systems Reforming Society in the Light of Hadith Kashf al-Mahjub 2023-08-30T16:23:40+00:00 Dr. Muhammad Karim Khan Dr. Muhammad Sarwar Dr. Ahmad Raza <p>Hazrat Ali bin Usman, also known as Hajveri Ghaznavi Lahori, was also the one of the most famous writers. Your writings were carried out with the time of resignation, with regard to the time of resurrection, but most prominent among them is "Discovery Al Mahjoob", which is also offering new generation a way of life. This book is written in Persian scriptural literature and ranks top among them. This book is a great possibility of knowledge and wisdom and it is the most comprehensive message to convey the view of the Quranic life and the expressions of evolution, and this book is a definite theme, while the Sufism is the name of the Sacrifice for Society, according to Syed Hajvir there is a lack of follow-up, long hopes and lack of people, while there is a balanced attitude towards society's bad, evil-loving love, custom-minded self-determination.</p> 2023-08-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities Iqbal,s "Mrd-e-Momin" and 21st Century 2023-09-03T08:35:05+00:00 Syeda Tayyba Rubab Dr. Saima Iqbal Dr. Parveen Akhtar Kullu <p>The inspiration of Iqbal about "Murd-e-Momin" is as much imperative and applicable in twenty first century as it was in twentieth century.Iqbal is a universal poet, if hid ideas are seenin the context of 21ist centure,they are as much needed today as they were in the 20<sup>th</sup> centure.Iqbal has given the concept of true freedom of man. According to him, the individual and the nation are independent and free.No one has the&nbsp; right to violate the rights of another nation."Murd-e-Momin" has the power to conquer the universe. He is the caliph of God in this universe. He will replace the injustice with justice in this world. The Kings of this globe are just the slaves of his Kingdom and all the world is under his command. Iqbal is waiting for such a "Murd-e-Momin". The cure for such a deprived humanity is available with "Murd-e-Momin". In this article, the attempt has been made to enlighten his good aspects.</p> 2023-09-03T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities Concatenation and Discontinuity of Credentials - A review of some important but less well-known terms 2023-09-16T03:26:10+00:00 Dr. Noor Ur Rehman Hazarvi Dr. Zia Ur Rehman <p>Concatenation and Discontinuity of Isnad is a significant issue in the sciences of Hadith. It involves the complex challenges surrounding the transmission chains of Hadith, some of its complications are not less than Bab Al-Illa in their complexity and difficulty. It’s significance can be gauged by the fact that it forms a substantial portion, around one third, of the sciences of Hadith. This emphasizes the crucial role Isnads play in the examination and comprehension of Hadith. Scholars use various terms to discuss this, such as Ittisal, Irsal, Tadlees, Idrak, Liqa, Simaa, and more. Additionally, there are lesser-known terms like Al-Zaq, Tasheeh, Batr al-Faz, Akhbar, and Hadith Yahwee. In the preceding discussion, the same terms have been explained in the light of the texts of Scholars. Key words: Hadith, Ittisal, Irsal, Ilzaq, Akhbar, Alfaz, Tashech, Batr, Hadithuho Yahwi. The term "Tasheeh" in light of the usages of previous critics. In the applications of early Hadith critics, there was no stagnation like that found among later scholars. The reason for this stagnation in terminology was the influence of Greek logic, whether conscious or unconscious, which impacted various Islamic and Arabic sciences, including Hadith. As a result, scholars of terminology aimed to provide comprehensive and restrictive definitions for each term, while scholars of Hadith focused on the intended meaning of the term when using it. This led to a broader usage of Hadith terms, such as "Sahih," which was clarified through their applications and texts.</p> 2023-09-16T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities The origins of jurisprudence in the oasis of interpretation 2023-09-02T05:04:14+00:00 Dr. Saeeda Bano Dr. Najma Bano <p>“Oasis of Interpretation”, a meaningful book is written by well-known writer Al Taweel. In his book, he, kept all the grounds intact and gave special attention to explain the Holy Quran in an exemplary way. Along with this, to make his work sensational, he put hadiths, with references of four imams, to delineate the words of Allah and spread the light of wisdom and knowledge among the readers.</p> 2023-09-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities Analysis of the names of the surahs of the Holy Qur’an according to topics, investigations and issues 2023-09-02T05:08:17+00:00 Dr. Najma Bano Dr. Saeeda Bano <p>Analysis of the names of the surah’s of the Holy Qur’an is very important topic. In this research we give a glance on topics, issues, believes, discussions, problems and their solutions. We analyze all these matters and issues in the light of grammar, rhetoric, recitation rules, sayings of scholars and their books. It is unique research about reasons of all 114 Surah’s name as some has different names. We described importance of all with proves.</p> 2023-09-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities The efforts of the cooler in Arabic literature 2023-09-02T04:58:57+00:00 Khadija Akram Dr. Saeeda Bano <p>The aim of my study is that to represent the services of "ibn Abbas Al mabarrad ".I have honour to choose the topic<strong>" جهود المبرد في الأدب العربي"</strong> " Al Mubarrad's birth name was Abu aL, Abbas Muhammad ibn Yazid, and he died at Bagdad in October 898. "The perfect one is a storehouse of linguistic knowledge," says Arab grammarian and literary scholar Al Kamil.In 860, al-Mubarrad was summoned to the court of the Abbasid caliph al-Mutawakkil in Samarra after studying linguistics in Basra. When the caliph was assassinated in 861, al-Mubarrad fled to Baghdad, where he spent the rest of his life as a teacher. In Al-Kmil, al-Mubarrad examines grammar and literary aspects of Arab poetry and proverbs, as well as Arab history and the adth (traditions of the prophet Muammad). Al mubarrad was a renowned imam in Basra in the third century AH. He has achieved scientific standing among intellectuals. They complimented him over and over for this. As a result, several intellectuals and scholars assisted him with his grammatical and linguistic endeavours. We shall concentrate here on the expression and examination of those beliefs, which have captured their curiosity and focus.</p> 2023-09-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities Social images in the novel 'owaraq ul ward' by Mustafa Sadiq Al-Rafi'i, a special study 2023-09-02T05:17:59+00:00 Maria Ramzan Dr. Saeeda Bano <p>The aim of my study is that to represent&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;الصور الاجتماعية في رواية “أوراق الورد” لمصطفي صادق الرافعي Mostafa Saadiq Al-Rafe’ie ( May 1937) was an Egyptian poet, born in Egypt in Qalyubiyya, Egypt. Book that carried within it a new kind of literary arts that were not known before it in the form that it produced, high-class love letters in which we wove expressions of love and passion in the highest images, so it used to cast its phrases as a maker when it casts gold, many believe that in rose leaves is a sequel to my book Letters Sorrows and the red clouds, not in terms of meaning, but in terms of the construction that Al-Rafi’i brought out in an old and renewed style that competes and is almost superior to everything that modern literature came with , although it did not come with meanings that were not given to it, but rather the shape was beautiful until the reader thought that it was born in his hands for the first time So his expression is only as if he brought the threads and weaved them in his hands, weaving the world with what will appear on it of quality in creation and creativity in appearance, as if he singled out the leaves of roses to be a message of love and beauty .However, his mastery of the phrase did not distract him from mastering the meaning and reaching what was in his mind, so he used to present it as if the breeze was pouring on a breezy spring day, so Al-Rafi’i says: “The Arabic statement is a precise art that achieves in language the law of beauty and the nature of weight.” This is what Al-Rafi’i relied on in his style of Leaves of Roses. It was divided into fifty-two treatises, including: “Al-Najwa” “</p> 2023-09-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities