• Hazrat Ali Ibn Abi Talib
    Hazrat Ali Ibn Abi Talib Birth of Ali: Hadrat Ali was the son of Abu Talib, a prominent Quraish chief and custodian of the Holy Ka'bah. The mother of Hadrat Ali was Fatima. Fatima was a cousin of Abu Talib. Thus, both the father and mother of Hadrat Ali were Hashimites, and that was a great...
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  • Islam
    beauty and simplicity that the followers of Prophet Muhammad reflected in their lives than with the use of military force. A MERCY TO ALL MANKIND: Hazrat Muhammad(PBUH) was very mercifull to the whole universe and never harmed anyone not even his enemies and those people who tried to make him...
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  • story of hazrat fatima
    The Story of Hazrat Fatima (sa), daughter of the Holy Prophet The Prophet of Islam had only one daughter named Fatima. Her mother Khadija had two other daughters from her two earlier marriages. When The Prophet married her, both daughters came with her mother to live in...
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  • Character of Prophet Muhammed
    The Character of Prophet Muhammed (SAW) INDEED IN THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH SWT YOU HAVE A GOOD EXAMPLE TO FOLLOW (QURAAN V:33.21) The Teachings of Muhammed SAW, his exemplary behaviour, his sublime character and his practical example is what we as Muslims should strive to follow. When Hazrat...
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  • Islamic Economic System Comparison with Conventional Economic System
    original form till the death of the Second Caliph Hazrat Umar (RA). The system believes in the private ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange which are managed and controlled by individuals or groups of individuals for private profit. Islam enjoins investment of money and...
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  • Hazrat Ali
    Biography Name and Genealogy Amongst the descendants of Hazrat Ibrahim A.S., Hazrat Ali A.S. belonged to the line of Quraish. He was the son of Abu Talib R.A., son of Abdul Muttalib of the distinguished tribe of Bani Hashim. Only one step above his lineage coincided with that of the Prophet S.A...
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  • Islamic Management
    consultation should be as wide as possible. Hazrat Umar (raa) was so keen on listening to different opinions that he was seeking the opinions of even juveniles on some critical matters. In one of his sayings, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) summarized the whole religion as an advice: Religion is a sincere advice...
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  • Strategic
    reported that when Hazrat Umar was on authority, he said “ The forbidding of vine was revealed. It is of five types: wine, date, honey, wheat and barley”. It appears that in his time, people probably made intoxicated drinks which might not have been amongst these 5 that he listed; as a result, he did...
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  • Islamic Studies
    with the passing away of the Prophet, his disciples associated qira’at with their respective teachers. Hence they came to be known as Hazrat Abi bin Ka’ab’s qira’at, Hazrat Abdullah bin Masood’s qira’at, etc.  Reference from Hadith: Umar one day heard Hisham ibn Hakim reciting Surahtul-Furqan in a...
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  • History
    the projects of public welfare, his character and achievements. 5. Hazrat Usman (RA) His early life and acceptance of Islam; his services for the cause of Islam; his role during the life time of the Prophet, Abu Bakar and Umar, his election as caliph; conquest of North Africa, Cyprus...
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  • If Not Us Who
    unless these people are ruling. Leaders should represent the people. Look at the example of Hazrat Umar RA. Is our PM or president more capable or honorable than him? Are they ruling like him by providing justice to each and every one? He ruled the whole Muslim ummah but traveled on foot with his...
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  • Prepare for Any Test
    al Anbiya • Aby Ubaiduh Bin Jiirrah was entitled Ameen-ul Ummat. • Hazrat Umar proposed Azan for the first time. • The dome over the sacred Grave of the holy prophet is known as Dunbade-Khizra. • Baitul Mamur is a place where seventy thousand angles were circumambulation during the Holy Ascension...
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  • O-Level Islamiyat Marking Scheme
    the example. Give a further 1 mark for a full explanation of how this principle can help current situations.] 4 (a) Write an account of the main activities of Hazrat `Umar (i) during the lifetime of the Prophet, and (ii) during his caliphate. [2 x 6] (b) What does the manner of Hazrat `Umar’s...
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  • Essays
    Beyan Keya Hay Yeh Sarasar Haq Hay Main Haideri Hon (Persian) Murtaza Sheir e Yazdan Hast Ali Shah Ali Walayat Aan Hast Ali Hazrat Hassan Hussain Jan Hast Ali Har Do Alam Key Namoneshan Hast Ali Haideriam (Urdu) Ali Murtaza Sheir e Yazdan Hain Un Ke Welayat Bohot Buland Hay Hazrat...
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  • Imam-E-Zamin
    responsibility by giving it to you." When again Imam Reza (A.S.) refused to accept his offer, Al-Ma'mun spoke to him as if threatening him for his refusal. In his speech he said, "Umar ibn al-Kahttab made a committee of consultation (shura) (to appoint a successor). Among them was your forefather, the Commander...
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  • Women's Right in Islam
    can even take part in law making. And according to the famous Hadith “Hazrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with him), he was discussing with the Sahabas, and considering putting an upper limit on the ‘Meher ’, since young men were discouraged from getting married - a lady from the back seat she objected...
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  • Education Sector
    the example of Hazrat Umar RA. Is our PM or president more capable or honorable than him? Are they ruling like him by providing justice to each and every one? He ruled the whole Muslim ummah but traveled on foot with his servant. Can we expect from the today’s politicians of Pakistan that they will...
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  • Women Rights in Islam
    be pleased with her) who was the wife of the beloved Prophet According to Ibn Hajar… ‘She has taught 32 differ¬ent scholars’. There are several examples - Fatima-Binte-Kais, she is said to have a discussion on Fiqh, for a full day with Hazrat Ayaisha and Hazrat Umar (may Allah be pleased with...
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  • Project Topics for Mba
    reference: (i) Ibn Saad has reported Hazrat Umar ( Radi-Allahu anhu), wanted to send a trade caravan to Syriya. He borrowed four thousand dirhams from Sayyidna Abdurrahman ibn Awaf, Radi-Allahu anhu for this purpose. (Ibn Saad, Al-Tabqat al-Kubra, Beirut, V.3, P.278) Ibn Jarrir has reported that...
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  • Islamfirsteid
    progeny. ** Hanafi is my creed, and I belong to Hazrat Ibraaheem Khaleel ul Laah's Millat. Dust from under the feet of Ghaus A'zam, I am a devotee of all (Auliyaa) the friends of Al-Laah. *Hazrat Abu Bakr, Hazrat 'Umar, Hazrat 'Usmaan, Hazrat 'Alec (Radiyal Laahu 'Anhum) ** Hazrat Imaam Hasan, Hazrat...
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