Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities en-US (Dr. Aijaz Ali Khoso) (web Admin) Fri, 31 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 A research study of the roles of Prophets Noah and Moses Peoples in Surah Al-A’raf (In contemporary perspective) <p>There are mentions a series of stories of numerous prophet’s people’s role in different chapters (surah’s) of Quran related to different aspects of life i.e., creed, ideologically, spirituality, worship, ethics, code of conducts, social justice and dealing in society as a result of disbelieving their prophets and God commands. As peoples of both prophets Noah and Moses were badly plunged in depravity and sins. In such circumstances God sent and charged prophets with duty to&nbsp; preaching&nbsp; their ,advising them to avoid and abandon&nbsp; idolatry and only to worship God. At the same time prophets also asked their peoples to call for repentance for forgiveness and promised them of glad tiding from God side. Prophets also warn their peoples result of disbelieving God commands.&nbsp; Allah (SWT) put and setup a lesson of such disbelievers as well for their disbelieving role for Remainer and later. Prophets Noah and Moses peoples&nbsp; are amongst&nbsp; such&nbsp; peoples stories whose role mentioned in Surah Al-A’raf as Allah&nbsp; inked in Quran. This research is based on exploring different life segments of peoples of prophet Noah and Moses related to their peoples creeds, worships, dealings and social and moral behavior in contrast present scenario in order to find results and impacts of denying and rejecting life revealed universal&nbsp; laws and get a lesson from such stories and mould ours life toward right way and path in various version of like including religion ,worship, economics, dealing ,code of conduct and social behavior .</p> Muhammad Tariq Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities Sat, 25 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Legendary Literature of Bano Qudsia: Research and Critical Study <p>Bano Qudsia, also known as Bano Aapa, is a Pakistani Urdu novelist, playwright and spiritualist. Qudsia is best recognized for her novel Raja Gidh. She also wrote for television and stage in both Urdu and Punjabi languages.She was born in <a href=";sxsrf=AJOqlzU9E4IitzU3_v1w9qcoxUgmKSdDRg:1676430093842&amp;q=Firozpur&amp;si=AEcPFx5y3cpWB8t3QIlw940Bbgd-HLN-aNYSTraERzz0WyAsdBbW_bvfUXJz5OGJeNgYskuR7coSz9WVoFYOSRWWSzEnYidBDk6p3wx0-qUHiVQW6M4TOYWCecosU4P2BVp7-3jvzFaNLH1PZp93D4XKAq9uvN-qqXK0k64lMccKRYxxL3XSpuDRR8f6Hja7BARLeUUxuxwU&amp;sa=X&amp;ved=2ahUKEwjatO_hxJb9AhX2SKQEHWCsDroQmxMoAHoECDYQAg">Firozpur (India</a>) in November 28, 1928,&nbsp; and passed away&nbsp; on February 4, 2017 in &nbsp;<a href=";sxsrf=AJOqlzU9E4IitzU3_v1w9qcoxUgmKSdDRg:1676430093842&amp;q=Ittefaq+Hospital&amp;si=AEcPFx7HnMxbNS2egwqbd2fGseeWkZi3ZCVlQ3vY-NLoLE7SWdW4_ZT87aE-lIoe2esoPaox8aVFpoFJOHG7Wp1vrU_6IMyPTaDkIf-2hogb1Lzf1NfVTVf4TJ9yxIFjaFAsSovsG4JdnXL2qkAKDwfbQqn0tT6RnmguP_nf2T6UcrSYbONEwNmyrXGaxRev_gfpFMJdYmn65VTs9ZOuARppHm0ZiKhgXQ%3D%3D&amp;sa=X&amp;ved=2ahUKEwjatO_hxJb9AhX2SKQEHWCsDroQmxMoAHoECE8QAg">Lahore</a> She was the &nbsp; Spouse of famous Pakistani writer&nbsp;<a href=";sxsrf=AJOqlzU9E4IitzU3_v1w9qcoxUgmKSdDRg:1676430093842&amp;q=Ashfaq+Ahmed&amp;si=AEcPFx6JXutHkM717ja3aO41YP5w59cvuIQ168G5lhV1D2WryfGlIqmJU40Tu-wuvLnjBwRk60hww12F1TkcL-buDZaU4krX510WyqjfjNqelXy4SDrw9av7bfolHrbAeWqM695HwC3-J9UaOWGzsHuEMC6l9sftevLt8PO4Z3E1qKjcZ9_HnQY_ZwxgjKvZ4KN9qNLjuayieO89gg09cbboJwSg-MAsEw%3D%3D&amp;sa=X&amp;ved=2ahUKEwjatO_hxJb9AhX2SKQEHWCsDroQmxMoAHoECEUQAg">Ashfaq Ahmed</a>. She wrote nine short story books, three Novels, four Novelts, eleven Urdu dramas, two Punjabi dramas &amp; two Sketches. She was awarded <a href="">Sitara-i-Imtiaz</a>&nbsp; in1983 by the Government of Pakistan. Instead of letting her own desires and likes and dislikes dictate her myth-making, Banu Qudsiyah has given reality its due colour. She has presented the ground realities instead of imaginary worlds, and her narrative studies, during which she has acquired the quality of contemplation and attraction, have been so powerful that they have prompted the desire to attain knowledge. So, we can say that Banu Qudsiyah simply leaves her mark on the canvas. Banu Qudsiyah’s short stories are firmly rooted in the socio-cultural foundations, in which all classes of society are mentioned. It includes the upper classes of society, hypocrisy, falsehood, deceit, and oppression. The mention of unruly, ill-behaved children and uncontrollable gluttons is also present. Every common and special person is concerned with their legends, who observe life in a deeper sense, along with all their activities related to natural life. They come with all their hopes, both good and bad desires, attractions of joy and sorrow.</p> Dr. Irfanullah Khatak Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities Thu, 23 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0000