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 Bi-annual 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 اقوام متحدہ کے تجویز کردہ بنیادی حقوق برائے صارفین کا شریعتِ اسلامیہ کی روشنی میں تجزیاتی مطالعہ https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/96 <p>The United Nations Institute was established to protect the rights of the people and peace in the world. The UN General Assembly has enacted legislation in various ways to protect consumer rights, and member states have been obliged to legislate according to the environment and requirement of their state. For consumers, the United Nations has set up a "Guideline for Consumer" that outlines suggestions and guidelines for consumer rights and their protection, according to which consumers have the right to free environment, choice of goods and redress altogether for purchase. Islamic Law has given guidance on all aspects of human life and has given detailed rulings. Similarly, the rulings and issues about consumers are described at a large rate. The books of Hadith and Jurisprudence describe in detail the rights of consumers under the title "Buyū" (selling and buying/trade), which fully covers contemporary needs. This article analyses the rights for consumers proposed by the United Nations and stated by Islamic Law.</p> Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Hafiz Muhammad Arshad Habib Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-10-10 2021-10-10 3 2 77 89 پاکستان میں مذہبی اقلیتوں کے سماجی مسائل کے بنیادی پہلو: اسلامی تعلیمات کی روشنی میں تنقیدی مطالعہ https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/92 <p>Pakistan is an Islamic state where majority of people is Muslim; however, the non-Muslim citizens are also inhabitants of the state. Islam provides the equal social rights to all citizens in an Islamic state without the discrimination of race, language, sex or religion. In oppose to it, the religious minorities of Islamic Republic of Pakistan have to face various problems in the society. The fundamental aspects of social issues faced by the religious minorities in Pakistan have been analyzed in this research. In this regard, the class aspect of religious division, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the status of its implementation in Pakistan, as well as the United Nations Charter for Minorities have been reviewed. Discrimination against minorities and the status of Pakistan's religious minorities in the light of two-nation ideology have also been discussed.</p> Dr. Khalid Mehmood Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-10-31 2021-10-31 3 2 91 99 پاکستان میں غربت کے اسباب ،اسلامی اصولِ معیشت کے تناظرمیں حل و تجزیہ https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/82 <p>Poverty is a such phenomenon that exist all over the world in different domains. In developing countries like Pakistan, poverty is &nbsp;&nbsp;the name of lack or deprivation of basic needs i.e, food, shelter, education and health facilities. Whereas in advanced countries poverty is the deprivation of life luxuries. Pakistan’s 40% population is lying below the poverty line, as defined by the World Bank ($1.90 per day income per had.) In this article four major elements of poverty i.e, corruption, education system, terrorism and capitalism. have been derived after analyzing the economy of Pakistan. Analyzing these elements of poverty and its effects on Pakistan the solution have been suggested in the light of Islamic perspective. The Islamic social and economic system presents the complete solution of poverty. Hence this article clearly explain the topic and Islamic economic system, as the sole solution of poverty.</p> Ashraf Ali Dr. Abd-ur-Rahman Khalid Madni Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-10-04 2021-10-04 3 2 61 75 پا کستانی معا شرہ میں اسلامی تہذیب و تمدن کا احیا ء: سیرت ِطیبہ کی رو شنی میں تجزیا تی مطا لعہ https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/69 <p>Islamic civilization is one of the universal civilizations which has its own distinguished principles and strong foundations, laid upon the goodness and prosperity .For Centuries the Muslim-Ummah has been ruling all over the Known&nbsp; world due to its&nbsp; academic excellence ,statesmanship ,economic aspects and military power. After 17th century, the Muslim Ummah gradually&nbsp; started moving towards its decline. On the other side .the western civilization captured the horizon of the world .it was the beginning of the 19th century when the Muslim around the world&nbsp; went influence undor the western civilization the values and tradition of Islamic civilization were considered as hackneyed both mentally and practically in Turkey ,due&nbsp; to the impact&nbsp; of Ataturk and in the sub-continent due to the influence of English imperialism ,the Muslims started to imitate western civilization in the dress, food dialect values and was of&nbsp; living etc .western values and tradition became benchmark of&nbsp; decency&nbsp; and courtesy. in the contemporary era, modern man of communication have played a negative role in this respect.TV dramas and commercials have made female-sex only a show piece.Eastren tradition are openly criticized&nbsp; On the&nbsp; other hand ,Islam teaches its followers a life based&nbsp; on decency and discipline&nbsp; in all the walks of life&nbsp; under Sirat Al-abi (SAW)</p> Hafiz Jawaad Haseeb Dr. Syed Muhammad Shahid Tirmizi Dr. Hafiz Jamshed Akhtar Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-07-01 2021-07-01 3 2 15 29 میثاق مدینہ میں اقلیتوں کے حقوق اور دیگر دساتیر۔۔۔۔تقابلی مطالعہ https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/60 <p>Islam is a religion of tolerance and peace;In which we found the expressions of leniency and social compassion with the followers of different religions.Prophet of Islam (SAW) has founded such first Islamic State where&nbsp; all the human beings have equal place in society regardless the creed, nation and color.The followers of Islam have also practiced the tolerance and social integrity under the dynamic leadership of Mohammed(SAW). Right of freedom of thought for everyone in Islamic society became muslim tradition. The“ Constitution of&nbsp; Madina” was a symbol of social stability and consolidate peace among the followers of different religions. Islam not only protects the right of “Minorities” but also consider it an ideological state in human respect as compare to others. There is a great need of social compassion to eradicate the racial discrimination and&nbsp; religious abhorrence among the nations</p> <p>Above writings constitute, significant material and sources in conducting our qualitative and quantitative analysis in the light of “Seerah of Prophet(SAW)” will be delineated in this article.</p> Dr. Fouzia Fayaz Dr. Mushtaq Adil Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-07-01 2021-07-01 3 2 1 13 سکھ مت کےمعاشرتی معاملات پراسلامی تعلیمات کے اثرات کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ (گرو گرنتھ صاحب کی روشنی میں) https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/77 <p>Sikhism has highlighted the importance of establishing a human society in which all human beings have equal rightsand the social evils could be eradicated from the society. The Sikh Gurus have described the evil rituals prevalent in the society and described their abomination and ugly rituals are considered a menace to Sikh society.Guru Nanak has expressed disgust with the outdated rituals of Hindu society. Sikhism recognizes the importance of women’s education in building a happy and healthy society which proves to be beneficial in their practical life.Guru Nanak and other Gurus were against the caste system. They have declared that the standard of honor and dignity is not caste but good deeds.These effects on the Sikh religion have been made possible by the comprehensive and unique teachings of Islam.</p> Sheraz Ahmad Dr. Muhammad Imran Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-09-23 2021-09-23 3 2 41 60 God’s Existence: Philosophical Discourse between New Atheists and Muslim Scholars https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/71 <p>This article seeks to explore how Muslim scholars are responding to modern atheism that is known as ‘New Atheism’. Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett and Christopher Hitchens are considered as the founding fathers of new atheism. New atheists use philosophical, scientific, moral and historical arguments to refute religion as well as God’s existence. This study highlights their especially their philosophical arguments and Muslim scholarly response in this regard. They draw on science as alternative of religion in twenty-first century. Moreover, they suggest that empirical science is sufficient for genuine knowledge for humanity and there is no need to take guidance from religions. They conclude that religions are unscientific and irrational and it is satisfying to live without religion on the basis of scientific discoveries and secular moral values. The refutation of new atheism came from different religious scholars of Judaism, Christianity and scholars of other religious beliefs. Muslim scholars have also refuted atheism in its philosophical, scientific, moral and historical dimensions but this refutation is still unknown in academic community. This study will fulfill that gap. This write up is based on a qualitative research study. The data was collected through library research. Muslim scholars show that philosophical viewpoints support God’s existence and authenticity of religion as well.</p> Ata Ur Rehman Prof. Dr. Tahira Basharat Prof. Dr. Abdul Hameed Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-09-01 2021-09-01 3 2 1 16 God, Man and Water: A Comparative Study of Islam and Hinduism https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/75 <p>This paper discusses the relationship of God, man and water from the perspectives of Islam, representing the Abrahamic religions, and Hinduism, representing the non-Abrahamic ones. Based on Lynn White’s thesis, this paper finds that by projecting god, man and water as ingredients of the same entity, Hinduism sanctify water an equal status of god. This paper agrees that Islam believes in separate existence of God and that water is subservient to man. However, such a relationship of God, man and water in Islam is accompanied by well-defined approach towards water. Such an approach sanctifies spiritual value to water and preaches water conservation and just apportionment of the natural resource. &nbsp;</p> Muhammad Imran Tariq Anwar Khan Dr. Azam Jan Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-09-27 2021-09-27 3 2 Fifth Generation war and Role of Teachers in the Light of Quran and Hadith https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/66 <p>Warfare is becoming more diverse. Traditional components of warfighting are changing, with newer tactics and technologies such as information warfare, asymmetric warfare, media manipulation, and hybrid warfare stepping in to fill the void. This article will analyze and investigate Daniel H. Abbott's fifth-generation warfare, also known as a war of perceptions, and will explain how to fight fifth-generation warfare and how it is now being waged. In addition, this article discusses how technological advancement is employed as a weapon in modern warfare. This article also explains the teachings of the Quran &amp; Hadith about the discussed topic. Moreover, this article also explains the role of teachers that how they can change the mind of students as well as the community keeping in view the teachings of the Quran &amp; Hadith.</p> Dr. Muhammad Ayaz Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Arshad Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-09-01 2021-09-01 3 2 31 40