Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies <p>The Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies ISSN: 2958-9177 (Print), ISSN: 2958-9185 (Online) is a bi-annual and tri-lingual (Urdu, Arabic &amp; English) research journal of Qur’ānic Studies, Islamic Studies, Religious Studies, and Theology, which was established in March 2022. PJQS - Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies is a double-blind peer reviewed and open-access research journal published by the Department of Qur’ānic Studies, Faculty of Islamic and Arabic Studies, the Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan. The Journal’s aim is to create a comprehensive and global understanding of Islam, to create a positive change in a common man's attitude and behavior, to promote scholarly research on the modern-age complexities and problems and finding their solutions in the light of the true teachings of Islam. The research journal is being published according to the HEC Policy.</p> <p><strong>Editor:</strong><strong><br />Dr. Zia ur Rehman<br /></strong>Associate Professor / Chairman Department of Qur’anic Studies, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan</p> en-US (Dr. Zia ur Rehman) (Dr. Muhammad Khubaib, Managing Editor, Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Editorial and Index <p>Editorial and Index</p> Managing Editor Copyright (c) 2022 Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 A review of modern socio-psychological issues in the context of the Holy Qur’ān <p>At present time the Muslim Ummah is passing through a time of trial <br>and in the grip of uncountable problems. It looks like the difficulties are descending with line on the Muslim Ummah. It can be said that it is the toughest time after the era of Muslims climax. In the twenty 1<sup>st</sup> century, we are suffering from a challenge that is quite different from all of the intellectual challenges; it is the challenge that has been created by the modern technology that has already created major problems. One of these main issues is the growing psychological problems and moral disadvantages in our society especially in the young generation, which is increasing every day. Distances from Islamic teachings, unnecessary and unhealthy use of Internet and community pressure are big reasons to increase psychological problems. The culture and intellectual disruption, regional dilemma, mutual hatred, distance, terrorism, suicide, fame of shameless culture in society are demanding a satisfactory solution of these problems to eliminate this unrest and anxiety. That’s why, it is necessary to find the solutions of youth’s intellectual disruption and psychological problems through the teachings of the holy Qur’ān as well as the guidance of psychologists and psychological method of treatment for the betterment of humanity. The success of the Muslim Ummah &amp; the solution to the cultural challenges lies in the fact that people firmly follow islamic teachings through the Holy Qur’ān &amp; the life of the holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).</p> Sara Javaid Copyright (c) 2023 Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Imam Nasafi and his Book "Kanz al-Daqayq": Introduction and Methododology <p>Imam Nasafi was a famous jurist and religious scholar from the province of Iran. The famous Hanafi scholar Imam Nasafi was born in Khuzestan around 610 AH and died in 710 AH. He wrote several scholarly books and especially Kunz-ud-Daqeeq gained fame in textual jurisprudence. In this article, the biography of Imam Nasafi and his famous text on jurisprudence, method of the Kunz al-Daqayq, will be discussed. In his book, Allama Nasfi has derived all the problems from Imam Muhammad's "Al-Jaami al-Saghir", "Al-Jaami al-Kabir" and "Ziyadat". But the excellence and eloquence of the word has been maintained. In this book, there is a collection of about 40,000 jurisprudential problems.</p> Dr Jamshed Akhtar, Ameer Hamza Copyright (c) 2023 Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 An Introductory Study of the "Al Sanusiya" Movement and its Thoughts <p><strong>al-Sanūsī</strong>, in full&nbsp;<strong>Sīdī Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī al-Sanūsī </strong>(born c. 1787, Tursh, near&nbsp;<a href="">Mostaganem</a>, in northern Africa—died September 7, 1859, Jaghbūb, Cyrenaica), North African Islamic theologian who founded a reformist&nbsp;<a href="">Sufi</a>&nbsp;movement, the&nbsp;<a href="">Sanūsiyyah</a>, which helped&nbsp;<a href="">Libya</a>&nbsp;win its independence in the 20th century.</p> <p>During his formative years in his native Tursh (now in Algeria), which was incorporated in the&nbsp;<a href="">Ottoman Empire</a>, al-Sanūsī observed the corruption of the Ottoman administrators. To continue his religious studies, in 1821 he went to&nbsp;<a href="">Fès</a>, Morocco.&nbsp;<a href="">Morocco</a>&nbsp;was then nominally independent but actually a colony of France. Al-Sanūsī’s experiences under foreign rule and his observation of the&nbsp;<a href="">inherent</a>&nbsp;weakness of the Islamic states convinced him of the need for a revitalized Islamic&nbsp;<a href="">community</a>.</p> <p>The Sanūsiyyah became popular among the tribes of Cyrenaica. In the 20th century, under the leadership of al-Sanūsī’s grandson&nbsp;<a href="">Idris</a>, the Sanūsiyyah&nbsp;<a href="">spearheaded</a>&nbsp;the liberation movement against Italian colonization. After Libya gained independence, Idris ruled Libya as king from 1951 to 1969.</p> Muhammad Qaisar Zaki, Dr. Samia Athar Copyright (c) 2023 Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Analysis of the Causes and Motivations of the Khatam e Nabuwat Movement in 1953 AD <p>After the creation and decoration of the universe, Allah Almighty created the Son of Adam for education and training and then for his education and training, Allah Almighty started the process of Prophethood that started from Adam and ended with the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and ended. This belief is called belief in the end of prophethood. This belief is the basis and roots of the religion of Islam and all other beliefs are established through the belief in the Prophethood,because the belief in Tawheed and the belief in afterlife is also based on the belief in the Prophethood. This unseen belief in the existence of Allah and the event of the Day of Judgment also indicates the belief in the Prophethood. For example, if Islam is a tree, then Aqeedah-e-Rasalat is its foundation and root. Similarly, Islam is a building and Aqeedah-e-Rasalat is its foundation. If the foundation is intact then the building is also intact. May Allah not be willing if the foundation is shaken or cut the root, no faith will survive. Similarly, all other beliefs are through the doctrine of the Prophethood.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Mahnaz Shouket, Khaleeq Ur Rehman Copyright (c) 2023 Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Linguistic Exegesis from the Books of Mu'ajm, A’arab Al۔Qur’ān, and Al۔wajuh o Al۔Nazair <p>The Glorious Quran has been revealed by Allah Almighty as a guidebook for the entire humanity of the world. So, its understanding is necessary in the way that is closest to the meaning of Allah Almighty. That is why, the highest level of understanding of Glorious Quran is Tafsir al-Quran with the Holy Quran. Then, the best and standard source of interpretation of the Quran is with the Hadith of our beloved Holy Prophet PBUH. After that the tafsir of Quran is very important in the light of Holy Companion's sayings. Like that a source of Tafsir is literal interpretation. So, in this paper, this specific aspects of tafsir have been discussed that the sources through which the literal interpretation of the Holy Quran can be done, along with it, how a special arrangement has been made about it and how these sources can be utilized? Therefore, in this article, there are discussions about deriving commentary from the books of Mu'ajm, Aaarab Al-Qur'an, and Al-wajuh o Al-Nazair, as well as briefly describing the authors of these books and their compilations and presented many examples as a sample for them.</p> Shafqat Ur Rahman Mughal, Dr. Saeed Ahmad Copyright (c) 2023 Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Reconsidering the Economic Problem from Islamic Economic Perspective <p>The economic problem has always been a major concern of the social scientists. The economists throughout the history have attempted to address the issues of poverty, inflation and economic instability in conventional economic systems like capitalism and socialism. The fact remains undeniable that so far these sincere efforts have not been able to achieve the goal of social well-being and economic prosperity. Islamic Economics is a relatively new paradigm and based on revelation and moral values which are new concept in conventional economic systems. In the research article, it has been discussed in a logical and deductive method from the sources of Quran and Sunnah that how Islamic Economics addresses the issue of economic problem. Moreover, how the relative scarcity of economic resources has been discussed in Islamic economics. The paper concludes that it is not the issue of relative scarcity and shortage of the resources that causes the economic problems, but it is the secular way of thinking based on greed, faithlessness, materialistic approach, selfishness and immoral behaviour of the people which creates problems.</p> Dr. Naeem Rahman M. Yahya Copyright (c) 2023 Pakistan Journal of Qur’ānic Studies Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000