Al-Idah <p>Al-Idah is an International peer reviewed, Open Access,HEC approved “Y” category, bi-annual research journal. Its domain is Islamic Studies&amp; theology and we encourage submissions related to the contemporary challenges by the Muslim Ummah. Our focus lies in the spreading of true progressive moderate and adoptive picture of Islam that embraces diversity and difference. The essence of Islam lies in peace and tolerance.</p> <p>More specifically, Al- Idah takes&nbsp;regular submissions from academic professionals and&nbsp;researchers&nbsp;belongs toUloom e Quran,Hadith and Rules of Hadith, Seerat e Nabvi,&nbsp; Jurisprudence, Islamic History, Comparative Jurisprudence, Comparative Study of Religion,, Anti Extremism, Social Sciences and&nbsp;related disciplines.</p> <p>With this aim the articles may be addressed to any related issues – social, economic, political, technological, theological- falling in the domain of theology and Islam. Our mission is to create awareness and spread the authentic teachings of Islam. Today Al-Idah is the luminary in the research world due to the acumen of its valued contributors and their high- quality research parameters that make it what it is.</p> Shaykh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Peshawar en-US Al-Idah 2075-0307 The Quranic Admonitions And Their Types (An Objective Study) <p>This study attempts to explain the premonitions/warning and their various types in the Holy Qur’an. Their main elements include caution, precaution, and warning. Most of the verses in all Qur’an Surahs include a divine warning that instils fear of Allah in human heart and edifies to abstain from sins. Allah’s wrath and punishment are elucidated in the Quran amply for human guidance.</p> Muhammad Al-Tayyab Musayed Ahmad Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 1 26 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0813 The Discrete And Irregular Rhetorical Effects Of Huruf Jarrah (Prepositions) : A Case Study <p>Verbs in Arabic Language are used with specific prepositions; each preposition is called sila for the verb it precedes to. There are different opinions of Qur’ānic exaggerators, commentators and the rest of scholars towards these prepositions when it comes along with the non-dedicated verb in Arabic language. Is it originated or replaced with the other one, if not replaced, then, what does it mean there? Sometimes many of them used the term. There are two major parts of the usage of prepositions, i.e.1) Rhetoric 2) Syntax. In these two most familiar fields, prepositions always stand for a specific function. Rhetorically, it refers to the meaning same as of meaning under the term of metaphor, majāz, allegory, symbolism and simile. While in syntax, it clears the position of verb and helps it out in giving the required meaning accordingly as it occurs grammatically. This research intends to discuss this stylistic, rhetoric and syntax approach in detail through conducting an empirical study of some specific Qur’ānic prepositions appeared after some verbs they are not used with regularly.</p> Habib Ullah Khan Bakht Zubair Syed Abdul Salam Bacha Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 27 43 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0782 The Methodology of Authentication/Verification among the Traditionists <p>The Hadith scholars have adopted a stern documentation methodology (<em>Tawtheeq Approach</em>) which may be adopted in other fields as well. This documentation is at variance as some deal with the text of <em>Hadith </em>(<em>matn</em>), such as <em>Al-Jawame’</em>, <em>al</em>-<em>Majame</em>, <em>al-Sihah</em>, <em>al-Sunan</em>, <em>al-Masanids</em>, <em>al-musanafat</em> and others while others focus on statement and explanation like <em>Al-Nihayah Fi Gharib al-Hadith&nbsp;wa al-Athar</em> by Muhammad Ibn al-Athir. There are others which emphasizes on <em>Sanad</em> (<em>chain of the narrators of hadith</em>) and mention the biography of the Companions, (May God be pleased with them all) such as: <em>al-isabah fi tamyiz al-sahabah</em> by <em>Al-Hafiz Ibn Hajar</em> (May God have mercy on him). Some are related to the criticism of the text (<em>matn</em>) and the chain of the narrators of the Hadith (<em>Sannad</em>) such as the books of <em>illas</em>, and <em>al-Jarh wa al-Ta’dil.</em></p> Safiullah Wakeel Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 44 54 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0825 Gullibility And Its Effects In the Light Of Prophetic Sunnah <p>This research study deals with how folly has been curtailed of any scope to potentially damaging a Muslim society in the light of the relevant sayings of the Prophet. Islam offers comprehensive teachings and thus instructs Muslims to take preemptive measures against any unwise approach.</p> Raed Talal Abdul Qadir Shaat Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 55 85 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0798 The Unique Hadiths in al-Mu'jam al-Awsat and their Appendages <p>Al-Mu'jam Al-Awasat by <em>Imam Sulaiman bin Ahmad Al-Tabarani</em> consists of hadiths with the chain of transmission. Also, <em>Imam Al- Tabarani</em> has passed comments which are regarded as "<em>Elal al-Hadith</em>" that when a narrator individually narrated the hadith from his teacher so, it is considered weak in the chain of transmission of <em>hadith</em>. Likewise a unique narration of an unreliable narrator is rejected among the scholars of hadith. It is called in hadith sciences ‘the appendage’ (Mutaba'a). A critical study of five hundred hadiths of the book of Al- Tabarani shows that many comments of Al- Tabarani are self-contradictory and hence dismissed. Several hadith's scholars criticized some of Al- Tabarani's comments like Ibne Hajar Al-Asqalani in his book (تغليق التعليق) and Abu Ishaq Al-Huwaini in his book (تنبيه الهاجد إلى ما وقع من النظر في كتب الأماجد).</p> <p>This article shows the significance of different kinds of appendages.</p> Imdadullah F. Gorashi Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 86 106 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0799 The Logical Reasons of Difference between the Narrations of Abdu'r-rahmān b. Mahdī and Waki' in the Traditions Narrated by Imām al-Thawrī ( A Comparative and Applied Critical Study) <p>This research draws a comparison between the narrations of Abdur Rahman b. Mahdi and Waki in the Traditions narrated by Imam Al-Thawri and to offer an analysis of twelve <em>Ahadith</em> in their narration. Both have difference of opinion. Hereby an attempt is being made to validate Abdur Rahman b. Mahdi and Waki in the Traditions Narrated by Imam Al-Thawri</p> Talib Hammad Abu Shaar Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 107 147 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0792 Kalāmu'l-Aqrān as a Model of Inadmissible Criticism <p>This research dealt with the study of Unacceptable Jarha, which isKalāmu'l-Aqrān, so the study is based on Jarha like friends and peers, is it acceptable or not among the muhadittin.</p> Aiman Mahmood Mahdi Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 148 173 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0809 Al- Imām Moghlatā'ī Pursuit of Al- Imām at-Tirmizī about his narration of Weak Traditions via the Interpretation of Sunan al-Imām Ibn Mājah. <p>In this study the researcher dealt with the followeds of Emam Moghlatai on Emam Al-Termathi in tadeef of Al-Ahadith through his explaining on Sunan Al-Emam Ibn Magah " from beginning of the book to the end of chapter what came in the amount of AL-Wodo'a, he collect all the followeds, and study them in a critical way, then he found judgments on Al-Ahadeeth, and show through that which of the tow Emams is most rightly. These followeds were three. They concluded the research including the most important findings and recommendations.</p> <ul> <li>The Imam Moghlatai used direct words when criticizing the Imam Al-Termethi, with the roles of scholars and their says.</li> <li>The Imam Moghlatai was right in one of his followeds.</li> </ul> Muhammad Bin Maher Bin Muhammad El Mathloum Mahmood bin Abdul Kareem bin Mustafa Jouda Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 174 227 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0787 Alternative Sanctions in Islam (Foundational Study) <p>The Islamic legislation comprises of Hudud (mandatory rulings with no scope for rational judgment/<em>Ijtihad</em>) and Ta'zir penalties (discretionary rulings such as imprisonment and financial fines. This article is based on a jurisprudential discussion about the alternative sanctions in Islam.</p> Yaser Esayed Fujo Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 228 243 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0790 The Rule: (Expansion is the basis of Aman) and its Contemporary Applications <p>This study aims to highlight the most important rule of Islamic Jurisprudence and its implication in the contemporary context through a detailed description of such rules. It also examines the use of inductive, descriptive and analytical approach to such rules.</p> Salem Abdullah Abu Mukhadda Tahani Muhammad Burhoom Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 244 279 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0793 A Research Study on 92 News Religious Program “Subha-e- Noor” <p>Subah Noor is one of the Islamic program aired on the 92 news, a popular TV channel in Pakistan. The number of viewers of this program are more than one billion on YouTube which testifies to its popularity. Various Islamic scholars are invited in this program who discuss the selected topic in the light of Quran and Sunnah. In this article, a critical review has been offered whether the information disseminated among the public is correct or not. All sahih and Daeef Hadees that came under discussion in this program have been separately analysed to verify the authenticity of the content.</p> Kajal Zeb Junaid Akbar Syeda Muneeba Hassan Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 280 296 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0808 Analysis of Islamic Capital Market-Products and Challenges: A Case Study of Pakistan <p>Global financial meltdown-2008 brought attention of states and market participants towards asset based Islamic Financial System (IFS). Global financial crises-2008 was not only the debt crises but actually it was the collapse of conventional system that caused surge in Sharia complaint products demand by many folds from every corner of the world. Pakistan where Islamic banking started to came in limelight after 2001 when old Islamic banking procedures were announced NULL and VOID by sharia court and SBP set new road map for next 20 years for Islamic Banking in Pakistan. Islamic Capital market (ICM) also started its growth with rising Islamic bank (IBs) deposits and financing. This paper investigates the ICM products to maximize its growth and challenges. This study is based on review of previous papers and analysis of available data on ICM business from annual reports of PSX, NCCPL, CDC, SECP and PSX brokers. The study found that itis still needed to work for the sustainable growth of ICM in Pakistan as the sector has witnessed very low growth Specially equity market as compared to improvement of IBs during last 8 years.</p> Imran Abdul Aziz Abida Parveen Azam Ali Copyright (c) 2023 Al-Idah 2023-01-15 2023-01-15 41 - 1 1 16 10.37556/al-idah.041.01.0834