Islam and the Taliban
Ghāmidī reflects on the present day
situation faced by Muslims in Pakistan and other countries as well. He, while
analyzing the Taliban dogma, presents his understanding of Islam about
democracy, the judiciary and the parliament. He reinforces that education and
mutual discussion are the only means available to masses to bring desirable
change in the Muslim society.
This is a commentary of the Sūrah A‘lā by
Amīn Ahsan Islāhī. The commentary, apart from common explanatory notes, contains
a vital dicussion as to the meaning and significance of “ghūtha” and about the
revelation and preservation of the Holy Qur’ān.
This is again a commentary of the Sūrah
Ghāshiyah by Amīn Ahsan Islāhī. Islāhi dwells upon each and every description of
Hell and Paradise, mentioned in the sūrah, and unravels the relevancy of the
signs presented therein to substantiate the afterlife.
A brief essay of Hamīd al-Dīn Farāhi that
discusses a technical issue often discussed in Qur’anic hermeneutics: whether
glorification is an indispensible part in oaths; where and how deviation from
this was allowed and practiced among the Arabs.
Urging Peopel to attend the Congregational
This is a description of a comprehensive hadīth narrative
on the above captioned topic by Moiz Amjad and his team. The narrative is
followed by a note discussing its important variations found in different
anthologies of hadīth literature.