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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Anita Ali, Muhammad Ishfaq, Huma Ali
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13aren4

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E-commerce is a crucial aspect of the economy for firms that offer their goods or services online. E-commerce allows sellers or companies to target a wider audience than traditional retail. In the world of corporate technology, there has been tremendous expansion in recent decades. Technology is used by enterprises to gain a better position in the marketplace. The purpose of this research paper is to investigate Islamic viewpoints on e-commerce, notably in terms of transactions. It will also highlight the rights of the seller and customer according to Islamic law. The ethical perspective of E-Commerce in Islam will be investigated to explicit Muslims about how they might benefit from this new form of business. E-commerce contracts will also be analyzed in Islamic contract law that is crucial for business development and life improvement. This paper will attempt to set out the paradigm for Islamic E-commerce, emphasizing the important success elements and ethics that will produce positive outcomes and provide a solution to the contemporary commercial problems.
Mustafeez Alvi, Altaf Ahmed
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13ar5

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Leopold Weiss alias Muhammad Asad is a European scholar; his family belonged to a Jewish family. Being a journalist, he traveled to many parts of the world to discover hidden realities. He went to Arabian countries too where he encountered Muslims and saw the Islamic culture and civilization. He got impressed by the teachings of the Holy Quran particularly the Sura Takthur سوره تکاثر)). As it reveals that life is short and temporary; all efforts and struggles for worldly benefits will go vanish. After accepting Islam, he devoted himself to the service of Islam. He wrote a lot of research-based books about Islam; he is of the view that Islam is not a religion of stories or the religion of the past with no application in the present time; rather he is extremely convinced that it is as applicable and valid in today's world as it was in the era of Holy Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. Among his scholarly works, the translation of Sahi ul Bukhari stands unique. His given name in the book is the early years of Islam. He intended to translate it into English in 40 installments; however, he could complete only 5 installments due to the destruction of the Second World War. In this article, we have tried to discuss his brief personal life and his method of translation with analyses. Relevant examples have been presented to make it more comprehensible.
Muhammad Samiullah
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13urduar1

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It is peculiarity of Quran and Hadith sciences that their system of editing and development had been carried out in such methodical manner that where the texts of the original sources of science were not only preserved but their interpretations and commentaries were also unspoiled. Likewise, predominantly in the Hadith sciences, the indexation system was designed in such a way that future generations could feel at ease. They rendered a system of Takhrij-o-Taliq of hadiths. Among these, Atraf al-Hadith is a reference system of ahadith in which the author of the book mentions a well-known and sometimes unknown or alphabetical word or phrase that represents whole text of hadith, then the author indicates towards certain or specific books in which the hadith is mentioned. This indexation system of editing is also called Kitab al-Faharis. Dutch Philosopher Johan Herman Wensinck is renowned due to his Hadith Projects. This paper discusses and examine his two great Hadith projects Miftah Kunuz al-Sunnah and al-Muʻjam al-mufahras li-alfāẓ al-Ḥadīth al-Nabawī. A methodological analysis between these two works is presented and some of inaccuracies are pointed out to be reformed for the future publishing.
Aqsa Tasgheer, Asma Shahid
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13ar2

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Technology and Digitalization have greatly influenced family systems and culture. Familial values and socialization approaches are also shifting for the past few decades due to communication media. Latest technologies and digital advancement have manifold and diverse effects on marital relations and familial interactions. Nevertheless, it is still an issue of debate whether the power of this digital advancement and its widespread accessibility has constructive or destructive outcomes in various aspects of family life. This paper will investigate the evolving patterns in which families engage as a consequence of recent technological development. Pakistani families, in particular, will be observed in this regard. Islam is a complete code of life furnishing patterns for ideal family life. In this research paper strategies and foundations for shaping digital transformation from a family viewpoint and Islamic perspective will be studied. In the end, recommendations will be given that how digital encroachment can be advantageous to boost family dynamics.
Shahzada Imran Ayub, Muhammad Usman
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13urduar2

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Imam Khattabi is a muhaddith of the 4th century AH. He has rendered some unique services in the field of hadith such as writing the first commentaries of Sahih Bukhari and Sunan Abu Dawood, etc. In addition, he gained fame not only in literature and hadith but also in jurisprudence and also became famous as a jurist. Ma'alim al-Sunan, which is his well-known work, is not only a great source of understanding of hadith, but also a telling proof of his jurisprudential insight. Therefore, while commenting, he also discusses issues and rules in different ways, sometimes he describes in detail the issues contained in the same hadith and sometimes he quotes several hadiths and discusses them all together in jurisprudence. As required, he sometimes works briefly and sometimes at length. He also mentions the differences in jurisprudence and in this regard, sometimes he clarifies the name of the persuader and sometimes he does not. When quoting dissenting opinions, he sometimes expresses a preferential opinion and sometimes suffices to quote only the statements, however, there are many places where he prefers. If there is any defect in the jurisprudential opinions of the scholars in the matter, then he also gives an excuse on their behalf like this hadith may not have reached them at all, etc. Sometimes he also attributes opinions to various schools of thought, such as the “Ashaab ul Ray” and the “Ashaab e Malik” etc. In various places, he has also made arrangements to explain the causes and wisdom of Shariah rules. According to most of the ahadith, he also deduces problems through his understanding and ijtihad, and sometimes even offers very precise and profound inferences through which his jurisprudential and ijtihad power can be well assessed.
Afshan Noureen, Farhat Naseem Alvi
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13urduar5

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The historical evolution of English translations of Holy Quran is a phenomenon which gradually emerged over centuries. There have been seven different complete Quran translations since sixteenth century by Non-Muslim Orientalists. A brief review of Evolution of Oriental English Translations of Quran has been presented in this research study. All of these translations are mistaken, astray, and full of errors and have been written with prejudice against Islamic teachings and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Most of these orientalist translators having (Christian) religious background tried their level best to raise doubts regarding revelation, compilation and preservation of Quran. The hostility and prejudice of these English translators declined over the years and they have gradually learned to use reasoning and logic to defy Quran and teachings of Prophet Muhammad. There were several supporting factors behind successful evolution of these English Oriental translations including publishing companies, government institutions, religious scholars, controversial arguments, dramatic suppositions and the universities in the west. A few modern day Quran translations also appeared on the horizon of field of Oriental studies; however they continued the tradition of their ancestors regarding undermining the teachings of Quran intentionally or unintentionally with their clearly evident prejudice. Some of the reasons for evolution and successful emergence of these English Quran translations have been identified during the course of this research and are briefly discussed.
Abdul Latif, Zia Ur Rehman
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13urduar3

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Islam is the religion of peace and it preaches peace throughout the world. It's major purpose is to eradicate the evils and the troubles because of disbelief in the God Almighty and ethics. Islam promotes this ideology to raise the mankind to its true high level as a noble creation. Some less educated and shallow natured Muslims use the religion as a tool for destruction and ill-treat the non Muslims and cause their humiliation. Their cruel attitude causes disrepute of Islam. If someone does not feel himself or herself safe in an Islamic society then it is a question mark on the nobleness and the peacefulness of that society. If a non Muslim does anything against the Islamic values or commits anything which is disrespectful to Islam, it's a condemnable act but before inflicting any punishment there should be solid proofs. Such persons can be killed or punished freely without any judgement by the court of law because some Islamic laws can not be applied on the non Muslims.
Umar Hayat, Abdul Samad Shaikh
The Scholar Islamic Academic Research Journal, Volume 7; https://doi.org/10.29370/siarj/issue13arabic1

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Abstract; Hadith is the second source of Islamic Law. It occupies central attention generally in religious and particularly inIslamic Studies. It has a number of branches as discipline and the most famous one is the Science of Ilal. It is considered to be the more complicated, therefor, there is a very small number of Hadith Scholars who excel in this branch of Hadith Sciences. Imam Dara Qutni is known for his scholarly contributed work in the Science of Ilal. His book named “Al-Ilal Al-Waridah fi Al-Ahadith Al-Nabawiyyah” is one of the most studied and discussed book in this regard. Although, Ilal had been discussed before Imam Dara Qutni, but he is one who strived to collect and criticize most of this kind of narrative from Hadith Literature. In this article, the researcher is going to present methodological glimpses from Imam Dara Qutni’s less famous book named “Al-Afra’dwa Al-Ghrae’b”. This study is important due to unavailability of this book in the Islamic Library and it is indexed in those books which are missing from the traditional literature of Hadith. So this article will help to know the new dimension in the Science of Ilal. KEYWORDS: Ilal, Hadith, Tradition, Science, Islamic, Dara Qutni.
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