Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization <ul> <li><strong>Journal Name</strong>:<a class="is_text" href="">Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization</a></li> <li>“Al Khadim Research journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization” Shifts from Bi-Annual to Quarterly</li> <li><strong>ISSN (Print)</strong> : 2710-0227</li> <li><strong>ISSN (Electronic)</strong>: 2710-0235</li> <li>HEC Ranking Y</li> <li><strong>Frequency</strong>: Quarterly (4 issues per year)</li> <li><strong>Nature</strong>: Print and Online</li> <li><strong>Submission</strong>: <a href=""></a></li> <li><strong>Languages of Publication:</strong> English, Arabic, Urdu</li> </ul> <p>The Objective of Journal is to provide the reliable source of information on current developments in the field, to publish quality research articles and making them available to researchers worldwide. The journal will be essential reading for researchers for the latest developments in the field. It actively endeavors to participate in the development of new scholarly approaches and problematics. In addition to original research articles in Arabic, Urdu and English.</p> <p>Therefore, the publication in recognized journal during three years prior to the date of recognition of the journal will also be accepted as publication </p> <p>AL KHADIM Research Journal of Islamic Culture&amp;Civilization(arjicc), published by the Al-Khadim Foundation which is a registered organization under the Societies Registration Act.XXI of 1860 of Pakistan and its place of publication is Matiari Sindh, Pakistan.</p> AL KHADIM FOUNDATION en-US Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization 2710-0227 The Ancient Traditional Method of Invitation to Religion and The Modern Media <p>This research paper explores the dynamic intersection between the ancient traditional methods of inviting individuals to religious practices and the transformative impact of modern media. The juxtaposition of age-old customs with contemporary communication channels highlights the evolving landscape of religious outreach. The paper delves into the historical roots of religious invitations, examining traditional approaches such as personal interactions, community gatherings, and ritualistic ceremonies that have been integral to the propagation of faith throughout centuries. In the modern era, the advent of media technologies has revolutionized the way religious messages are disseminated. This paper investigates the role of mass media, including television, radio, and the internet, in shaping the contemporary methods of inviting individuals to religious beliefs and practices. It scrutinizes the effectiveness of these modern platforms in reaching diverse audiences and fostering a global sense of religious community. Furthermore, the research analyzes the symbiotic relationship between ancient and modern methods, exploring how traditional practices persist and adapt within the framework of digital communication. It examines the challenges and opportunities presented by the integration of modern media into religious outreach, considering factors such as accessibility, inclusivity, and the potential for misinformation. The study employs a multidisciplinary approach, drawing on historical, sociological, and media studies perspectives to provide a comprehensive understanding of the subject. It investigates the ways in which religious institutions navigate the evolving landscape, adopting innovative strategies while preserving the essence of their ancient traditions. The findings of this research are crucial for scholars, religious leaders, and policymakers seeking to comprehend the nuanced dynamics of religious invitation in the contemporary world. By examining the coexistence of ancient and modern methods, this paper contributes to a broader dialogue on the adaptation of religious practices to societal changes and technological advancements. the research paper sheds light on the intricate interplay between the ancient traditional methods of invitation to religion and the transformative impact of modern media. It underscores the importance of a nuanced and adaptive approach that acknowledges the historical roots of religious outreach while harnessing the potential of contemporary communication channels for the dissemination of faith.</p> Muhammad Shahzad Dr. Mufti Shamim Akhter Aamir Zaman Dr. Muhammad Atif Aftab Copyright (c) 2023 Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization 2023-12-13 2023-12-13 4 4 1 11 Introduction to Tafseer al-Multaqat and Tafseer Mulla Ali Al-Qari and a comparative review of mystical debates <p>“During the sacred era of the presence of the seal of the prophets, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) the noble companions were proficient in the Arabic language nd were acquainted with the contert and meanings of the Quran and Hadith. Therefore, during that sacred era, there were no needs for any Tafseer. But with the passage of time it became necessary. So, community of scholars took up the raft for this purpose. Tafseer were written in all periods. Tafseer-al-Multaqat was written by Syed Gysudaras (721-825 Hijri), and Tafseer Mulla Ali Al-Qari was written by Ali bin Sultan (930-1014 Hijri), both authors of these Tafaseers were great scholars, reviewers and genius intlectualls. Syed Gysudaraz is the author of approximately 150 books in which 52 are available. One of them is Tafseer-al-Multaqat. This contained mystical discoursis. Also, Mulla Ali Qari is the author of 150 books. More of them are available. His recognized Tafseer if Anwar-ul-Quran which is nounned as Tafseer-Mulla-Ali Al-Qari. It is also have description of Islamic Science of Tasawwuf. In this research paper has been proven that both of mentioned Tfseers have thoughts of Islamic Science of Tsawwuf which are caused preaching of Islam.”</p> Muhmmad Muzammil Imran Dr. Ammara Rahman Copyright (c) 2023 Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization 2023-12-23 2023-12-23 4 4 12 27 Carl Brockelmann’s views about Makki Era of Holy Prophet’s Life <p>This is an admitted fact that the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has always been in the consideration of orientalists. Non-Muslims who have written about Islam in the western world, have paid their focused attention to the biography, character and teachings of Muhammad (PHUH). In particular aspects they praise him in a very admiring style, but in the same publications they try to create doubts as well. Muslim scholars are active enough to highlight those flaws presented in the books of orientalists. German historian Carl Brockelmann is also the same case. He has written a lengthy book about Islamic history. The first phase of his book is about the biography of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). He has adopted a descriptive and analytical approach while quoting him as the spiritual leader of formative Muslim society at Makkah. In this article, Makki Era presented in that book has been taken into consideration. Object able opinions of the author have been highlighted in the light of Muslim consensus and comprehensive analysis has been given about them.</p> Syed Adeel Shah Saira Jabeen Malik Dr. Zia Ud Din Copyright (c) 2023 Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization 2023-12-31 2023-12-31 4 4 28 49 Children's sexual and psychological rights in the light of Quran and Sunnah <p>Children are regarded as gifts of Allah Almighty. Of the total population of any society, almost forty percent of population is comprised of children. They are the source of joy for their parents in their childhood and on becoming adult, they provide comfort and support to them. They provide social security to their family and hence the society. Despite, they are the most vulnerable part of the society, sometimes their rights are undervalued. Keeping this void in view, in this article, rights of children from neonate to puberty have been discussed in the light of Quran and Sunnah. As, Islam being the complete code of life provides a comprehensive set of instructions and road map to their parents and guardians of children. Islam provides the right to life, right to love, right to select a meaningful name, right to aqeeqah, right to circumcision, right to suckling and nursing, right to education, right to fulfill financial obligations and much more. It is advisable to fulfill the basic rights of children so that major portion of society can be prevented from deterioration. &nbsp;</p> Ainee Rubab Dr. Ammara Rehman Copyright (c) 2023 Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization 2023-12-31 2023-12-31 4 4 50 61 Riyast-e-Madina and women's economic support in the light of the Prophet's (P.B.U.H) Biography <p>Islam is a complete code of life, it gives divine guidance and provided a complete practical model in the life and practices of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) for all human beings till the Day of Judgment. It could be applied in each and every cra. It also gives a complete economic system where ever is followed could solve the all major problems of human beings which they face in capitalism and Communism. This system com be tracked back Π Riyast-e-Madina (The state of Madina) where and Islamic Society and government was formed based on Quran and Sunnah. This economic system eliminated all sort of inequalities of brother hood oppression and economic injustices. There is no precedence of Humpe Nizame Akhwa (The system of brotherhood) which was formed by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) between "Ansars (Madanian) and Mohajir or immigrants (Makkans). Here was sharing between have sand not haves which led towards the Success Riyasate Madina and paved the Way for it to become one of the greatest powers of its time.</p> Dr. Syeda Kehkashan Hashmi Dr. Sibghat Ullah Dr. Afshan Naz Copyright (c) 2023 Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization 2023-12-31 2023-12-31 4 4 62 88 The contributions of Arabic language scholars in the Era of Harun al-Rashid <p>Harun al-Rashid was the fifth Abbasid caliph, his ruled from 786-809, during the peak of the Islamic Golden Age Its eras were marked by scientific, cultural and religious prosperity. The art of music also flourished remarkably during his reign. He established the legendary library Bayt al-Hikmet (“house of wisdom”) in Baghdad in present day Iraq, and during his rule Baghdad began to flourish as a center of knowledge, culture and commerce. Among the most famous literature and scholars who lived in the era of Rashid is the poet Abu Al-Atahiya and Abu Saeed Al-Asma’i, Imam Al-Shafi’i, the owner of the Shafei school of thought, and Imam Malik bin Anas, the owner of the Maliki school of jurisprudence. Abu Dawood Al-Tayalisi, Abu Obaid Al-Qasim bin Salam.</p> Dr. Saeeda Bano Dr. Najma Bano Copyright (c) 2023 Al Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization 2023-12-31 2023-12-31 4 4 1 10