The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal

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ISSN / EISSN : 2413-7480 / 2617-4308
Published by: Research Gateway Society (10.29370)
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Allah Ditta, Muhammad Amjad
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 5, pp 1-25; https://doi.org/10.29370/siaj

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This investigation aims at to present the Islamic view about the protection of water sources, its significance, comparison with modern study and to depict the distinctions and similitudes if any. Furthermore, this study will exhibit that Islamic learning could play a pivotal part in protection of water sources, conserving its usage and avoiding its wastage. But unfortunately, this aspect is neglected in our curricula that is why the people are unaware about its importance, consumption and scarcity. Water sources not only in the world but also in our country are getting to be depleted and contaminated very quickly. Today, around 60 percent of water sources are too polluted and exhausted for swimming and aquaculture. This situation demands some most appropriate and suitable simple measures from the human beings of the entire world otherwise the shortage of the water would not far away from us in some decades and the whole world would become a barren desert. By simply executing a few sustainability initiatives by promulgating and disseminating the Islamic learning, we can save water and avert contamination. In this way, we could save the precious life of our forthcoming generations and protect the aquatic and terrestrial animals and plants too. In this study, creativities and procedures to protect the water sources have been described in the light of Shariah and according to modern research tools of water research and technology.
Nasrullah Khan Muzaffar, Shah Moeen Ud Din Hashmi
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 6, pp 18-50; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue10ar7

Anjeela Khurram, ,
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 6, pp 1-23; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue10ar1

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This study aims to investigate the impact of ethical leadership on job performance, organizational citizenship behavior and turnover Intention. Importantly, it examines the moderating role of Islamic work ethics. In this survey research participants were 350 employees randomly selected from telecom sector. Results indicate that ethical leadership is associated with increase in Job Performance Organizational citizenship behavior and decrease in employee’s turnover intention. Moreover, the results show that Islamic work ethics moderate the relationship between ethical leadership and job performance. This study was limited to the telecom sector of Pakistan. A predictive model on ethical leadership & Islamic work ethics could be built involving multiple sectors and geographical areas to gain higher generalizability. Our research suggests that telecom sector should develop and institute high ethics human resource practices that involve ethical recruitment and selection, training and compensation activities. These findings will contribute to the growing literature on Islamic work ethics and ethical leadership.
Moosa Lakhani, Mukhtiar Ahmed Kandharo
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 6, pp 39-62; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue10ar8

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Orientalism is an idea originated in the west to define east and its forms of arts. It gained its strength from the Industrial west, which provided for necessary tangible and intangible investment necessary in furtherance of the idea from defining Europeans for not only east but also all non-Europeans. The paper elaborates the nature of the first edition of the Encyclopaedia of Islam (EI1) in the light of orientalism and explains how the west used it to create western supremacy. The paper also considers different aspects of the EI1 to establish why and how it was an essential book for the western scholarship tilted towards Islam and how and why it was painted with objective and biased approach.
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