Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip <p>Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy (<strong>PAKJIP</strong>), a tri-lingual, Double Blind peer-reviewed, open access Quarterly Research Journal of Islamic Studies, is launched by Global Research Club, Multan since January 2019. </p> Global Research Club, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan en-US Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy 2709-8885 معاشرتی امن کے قیام میں اسلامی حدود کا کردار https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/202 <p>Two issues are essential and fundamental for the establishment of social peace, without them, the establishment and continuation of peace and security in the society is impossible. One of them is mindfulness and the other is the concept of punishment, both of which are ordered to be adopted in order in Islamic teachings. As a result of adopting this strategy of Rasulullah (PBUH), such a Muslim society came into being that the lives, property, honor and dignity of the people of the vast Islamic Empire were saved. Killings, looting, oppression and oppression were eradicated. Even in the present era, if the ruling class itself avoids following the orders and reprimands and then the minds of others are made, then most of the people in the society will follow them and then if the perpetrators are punished, the society will be the cradle of peace and security in a very short period of time.</p> Dr. Ghazala Bashir Dr. Shazia Dr. Sonia Bari Copyright (c) 2023 Dr. Iftikhar Alam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-04 2024-01-04 6 1 1 9 مسلمانانِ ہند کا تعلیمی ڈھانچہ، تحقیقی وتاریخی جائزہ https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/207 <p>This research article provides a thorough exploration of the educational structure of Indian Muslims, blending historical retrospectives with contemporary research insights. Spanning from early Islamic educational centers to the present day, the study scrutinizes the historical evolution of educational structures within the Indian Muslim community. Historical analyses delve into the contributions of influential Muslim scholars and institutions, tracing the trajectory of Islamic education in India and its adaptation over centuries. The impact of colonial rule and subsequent educational reforms on the educational landscape of Indian Muslims is examined, shedding light on the community's responses to evolving socio-political dynamics. In the contemporary context, the research evaluates existing challenges and opportunities within the educational framework for Indian Muslims. This includes an examination of access to education, the quality of educational institutions, and the influence of cultural and societal factors on the educational experiences of the community. Emerging trends, such as the integration of technology and initiatives for inclusive education, are explored to provide a holistic understanding of the current educational landscape. The insights garnered from this study aim to inform policymakers, educators, and researchers about the historical roots and present-day nuances of the educational structure for Indian Muslims. By synthesizing historical legacies with contemporary challenges, the research contributes to a more nuanced understanding of the complexities and opportunities inherent in the education of the Indian Muslim community.</p> Hafiz Umar Farooq Buzmi Dr. Khalid Mahmood Arif Dr. Muhammad Kashan Atif Copyright (c) 2024 Hafiz Umar Farooq, Dr. Khalid Mahmood Arif, Dr. Muhammad Kashan Atif https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-16 2024-01-16 6 1 10 20 مذہبی رواداری اور عصری تقاضے: اسلامی تعلیمات کے تناظر میں تحقیقی جائزہ https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/211 <p>Fourteen hundred years ago today, the book that was sent down from the sky by Hazrat Gabriel to the Prophet (ﷺ), which is a book of guidance, nature and an ideal code of life. That is why it contains the virtues and blessings of all the previous heavenly books has achieved great progress in technology and culture and civilization and looks very happy on the outside and is restless, dull and hollow inside due to the hot market of materialistic lust and oppression, today's oppressed, distressed and lustful world. The person who sweats in the mill has longed for patience and tolerance. The tolerance of religion and belief with the characteristics seems to be missing. Unfortunately, the tolerance of today's Muslims with non-Muslims has remained in its place, patience, tolerance and tolerance among themselves. The world is ending. The evil monster of narrow-mindedness and bigotry has badly tightened its claws on the minds and hearts of Muslims. It is necessary to end this trend of intolerance so that our ideal society whose examples Declaring that we do not get tired of being able to come back into existence. This paper examines religious tolerance in the context of Islamic teachings. Through Islamic teachings, let us teach our minds and hearts the lesson of tolerance, uproot extremism, don't give place to necessity leave fatwas on trivial matters. Let him walk on the path and get rid of doubts.</p> Dr. Qaria Nasreen Akhtar Copyright (c) 2024 Dr. Qaria Nasreen Akhtar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-02-22 2024-02-22 6 1 21 36 الحكم والأمثال العربية (دراسة تحليلية وصفية موازنة) https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/210 <p>Every language of the world has its own civilization and culture, and whether a language is national or international, its wisdom quotes and proverbs highlight its individuality.&nbsp; By their proper use, the beauty of both the prose and the poetry is enhanced.&nbsp; Wisdom Quotes and proverbs are the focus of language, and they represent our observations and experiences. Therefore, in sayings and proverbs, we see the trends of civilization, beliefs and customs of the society. It is a definite principle that the language is formed first and its grammar and rules are compiled later, therefore some part of the language is freed from the grasp of the rules.&nbsp; Instead of figurative meaning is applied. These are the parts that add to the beauty of the language instead of creating defects.&nbsp; They should be used in the sense in which they are used and in the order in which they are used. In this part of the language, sayings and proverbs also come.&nbsp; Therefore, in order to enjoy the language and literature, familiarity with the wisdom quotes and proverbs of this language is essential. Like other languages, the Arabic language is also rich in proverbs and sayings, even some people have preferred Arabic over other languages ​​due to the abundance&nbsp;of&nbsp;its proverbs and sayings. There is a famous Arabic proverb: "A proverb has the same status in speech as salt in food." The fact is that the use of proverbs in language and literature increases both saltiness and sweetness. Because the proverb is simple.&nbsp; It may have a place in daily life, but due to being filled with wisdom and experience, it has a greater impact on hearts. Along with this, it raises its demands&nbsp;and&nbsp;concepts. This article throws light on the importance of proverbs and wisdom quotes and the difference&nbsp;between&nbsp;them.</p> Abdul Rehman Azmi Dr. Shabana Nazar Copyright (c) 2024 Abdul Rehman Azmi, Dr. Shabana Nazar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-02-02 2024-02-02 6 1 1 11