Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy <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> en-US (Dr. Iftikhar Alam) (Dr. Iftikhar Alam) Thu, 23 Nov 2023 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 اسلامی ثقافتی ڈھانچے کی تشکیل وارتقاء :مکی دورِ نبویﷺ کا تجزیاتی مطالعہ <p>The article examines the formation and development of the Islamic cultural structure during the Meccan period, preceding Prophet Muhammad's migration to Medina. It delves into the socio-cultural landscape of pre-Islamic Mecca, characterized by tribal societies and diverse religious practices centered around the Kaaba. The narrative then unfolds the pivotal role of Prophet Muhammad's early life, marked by moral integrity and spiritual reflection, leading to the revelation of the Qur'an, a transformative guide for individual and societal conduct. The challenges posed by the Quraysh tribe and societal opposition underscore the nascent cultural structure's resilience. The emergence of the Muslim community (Ummah) signifies a communal identity based on principles of social justice and equality. Rituals such as prayers, fasting, and pilgrimage become cultural cornerstones, fostering a distinctive Islamic identity. Ethical and moral foundations, rooted in the Qur'an, shape the evolving cultural landscape. The Meccan period serves as a crucible, refining the cultural ethos that would later flourish in Medina and beyond, laying enduring foundations for Islamic civilization.</p> Dr. Abdul Ghaffar, Dr. Tanveer Qasim Copyright (c) 2023 Dr. Abdul Ghaffar, Dr. Tanveer Qasim Tue, 28 Nov 2023 00:00:00 +0000 اسلام میں حقوق ِاولاد، ایک جامع تحقیقی جائزہ <p>This research review explores the principles and foundations of children's rights in Islam, drawing from the Quranic verses and the teachings of Prophet Muhammadﷺ. The study delves into various dimensions of children's rights, encompassing the right to life, education, a nurturing environment, identity, play, inheritance, protection from abuse, the freedom to choose a spouse, and religious freedom. These rights are examined in light of the Islamic tradition, emphasizing the ethical and moral responsibilities of parents and guardians. The research highlights the holistic approach of Islam toward children's well-being, promoting a balanced and nurturing upbringing. While acknowledging the cultural variations in the interpretation and implementation of these rights, the review emphasizes the universal principles underlying the protection and welfare of children in the Islamic framework. The findings contribute to a deeper understanding of children's rights in Islam and provide a foundation for discussions on adapting traditional principles to address contemporary challenges in diverse cultural contexts.</p> Dr. Sadia Tahseen, Muhammmad Aslam, Faisal Shahzad Copyright (c) 2023 Dr. Sadia Tahseen, Muhammmad Aslam, Faisal Shahzad Sun, 03 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 قرن اول کے افرادِ اہل بیت سے اہل سنت کا علمی اخذو استفادہ۔ایک تاریخی جائزہ <p>In the first Hijri century, most of the centers of knowledge of Ahl al-Bayt alﷺ were established in Makkah, Madinah and Kufa, because until that time these cities were more famous for the promotion and dissemination of sciences and arts. The members of the Ahl al-Baytﷺ including Azwaj-Mutahurat, also established their centers of knowledge in the cities. Among these centers, the first and most important was the Masid-Nabwi in Madinah and Madrasah Safa, which was famous for teaching and the promotion, publication of sciences and arts since the time of the Prophet Muhammadﷺ. In the first century of Hijri, all the scholars have benefited from the message of the people of Ahl al-Bayt without distinction, including the Companions and the Companions. Apart from Khayd's individuals, Azwaj-Mutahrat and other personalities of Ahl-Byt have been derived and utilized by Ahl al-Tasnan as well, as we saw in the details of individuals. This period was the period of Prophet Muhammadﷺ, the Companions and the Companions, in which the Companions also benefited from the people of Ahl-Bayt, during this period no religious distinction was allowed. During this period,there was not much tendency to establish centers of knowledge which had many reasons,therefore many personalities used it or what was its condition could not be known, however, those people have been involved in Ahl al-Bayt-e-Amal Peer's Ruwa or Haqa Talmand. In the first century of Hijri,the term Ahl-Byt and Ahl-Tasanan did not difference much.Rather, it seems that the members of Ahl-Bytﷺ and the rest of the companions and followers were all from the same scholl of thought and the Ahl-Byt had superiority over the rest based on some reasons.</p> Hafiz Abdul Rahman, Dr. Hafiz Abdul Majeed Copyright (c) 2023 Hafiz Abdul Rahman, Dr. Hafiz Abdul Majeed Wed, 06 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Historical Study of the City Bukhara and its Diverse Culture and Storehouse of Religious and Philosophical Knowledge <p>Bukhara, a historical city in Uzbekistan, Central Asia, has been a significant hub of human civilization for more than 2,500 years. This study reveals Bukhara's diverse and intricate importance, emphasizing its exceptional role as a nexus for various cultures and religions. Throughout several centuries, the city has functioned as a significant nexus where many distinct civilizations have converged, engendering a multifaceted and dynamic cultural fabric. This article examines the impact of Bukhara's advantageous geographical position along the Silk Road on facilitating intellectual, religious, and artistic interchange, accumulating a vast reservoir of theological and philosophical wisdom.The objectives of this project encompass more than just historical documentation. The goals include safeguarding Bukhara's cultural heritage, advancing interfaith and intercultural tolerance, and exploring the philosophical contributions of esteemed academics such as Avicenna and Al-Biruni. This study examines the historical progression of the city, tracing its roots from ancient times to the Islamic Golden Age, the period of Mongol governance, and the subsequent effect of the Russian empire. The analysis underscores the lasting impact of each era on the cultural and societal tapestry of Bukhara. In conclusion, Bukhara is a manifestation of the resilient human inclination towards exploration and is evidence of the significant influence of cultural heterogeneity on the trajectory of historical development.</p> Dr. Muhammad Umar Riaz Abbasi Copyright (c) 2023 Dr. Muhammad Umar Riaz Abbasi Thu, 23 Nov 2023 00:00:00 +0000