Analogies in the Holy Qur an

Analogies in the Holy Qur an

This book is a translation of a great book by the Famous Muslim scholar Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya.

Author: Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya

Publisher: Alreshah

ISBN: 1775394255

Category: Religion

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This book is a translation of a great book by the Famous Muslim scholar Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya. It covers how Examples and Analogies used in the Holy Quran with an in-depth review of verse in a straightforward and easy to understand explanations.
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The Interpretation of The Meaning of The Holy Quran Volume 17 Surah Al Araf verse 1 to 70

The Interpretation of The Meaning of The Holy Quran Volume 17   Surah Al Araf verse 1 to 70

Allah mentioned in the above verse of the Quran; Perchance you take heed (and
learn your lesson from all these). What does it mean ... In the Quran, Allah gives
many examples or many parables or many analogies to men. Why in the Quran, ...

Author: Nasoha Bin Saabin

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Category: Religion

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I have written many books and articles on various topics but since 2013, I have devoted myself fully in writing the interpretation of the Holy Quran in English and with the grace of Allah, I have completed the whole Quran on 29th October 2020 with 84 books. I believe there is a great need in the whole world for the correct interpretation of the Holy Quran to be written in English. Currently, there is a great misunderstanding about Islam among Muslims and non-Muslims globally. The misunderstanding of the meaning of the Holy Quran among Muslims will lead to the wrong practice of Islam which leads to the wrong actions of Muslims. The wrong actions of Muslims will lead to misunderstandings about Islam among Muslims and non-Muslims. The wrong actions of the Muslims have led to many miseries and wars among Muslims. The wrong actions of Muslims have also led to many wars and clashes between Muslims and non-Muslims. In order to avoid miseries, wars and clashes from taking place between the whole mankind in the whole world, the whole mankind in the whole world need to understand the true teaching of Islam. There is no other way for the whole mankind to understand the true teaching of Islam unless the whole mankind is able to read and understand the correct interpretation of the Holy Quran. The whole mankind is only able to read and understand the correct interpretation of the Holy Quran when it is written in the universal language of the world (English). For this very reason I have written the interpretation of the Holy Quran in English. Prof. Nasoha Bin Saabin
Categories: Religion

Intelligent Natural Language Processing Trends and Applications

Intelligent Natural Language Processing  Trends and Applications

The following is an instance of the word “آية” Ayah from the Qur'an which is
interpreted as a metaphor; a device for presenting a concept. One of the most
beautiful metaphors in the Holy Qur'an is the verse: Allah is the Light of the
heavens and ...

Author: Khaled Shaalan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319670560

Category: Computers

Page: 776

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This book brings together scientists, researchers, practitioners, and students from academia and industry to present recent and ongoing research activities concerning the latest advances, techniques, and applications of natural language processing systems, and to promote the exchange of new ideas and lessons learned. Taken together, the chapters of this book provide a collection of high-quality research works that address broad challenges in both theoretical and applied aspects of intelligent natural language processing. The book presents the state-of-the-art in research on natural language processing, computational linguistics, applied Arabic linguistics and related areas. New trends in natural language processing systems are rapidly emerging – and finding application in various domains including education, travel and tourism, and healthcare, among others. Many issues encountered during the development of these applications can be resolved by incorporating language technology solutions. The topics covered by the book include: Character and Speech Recognition; Morphological, Syntactic, and Semantic Processing; Information Extraction; Information Retrieval and Question Answering; Text Classification and Text Mining; Text Summarization; Sentiment Analysis; Machine Translation Building and Evaluating Linguistic Resources; and Intelligent Language Tutoring Systems.
Categories: Computers

Manifest Triumph

Manifest Triumph

THE FIRST BOOK ON ANALOGIES OF THE HOLY QURAN WRITTEN BY SHIA
SCHOLAR The first book on analogies of the Holy Quran was written by Hamza
Bin Habeeb Ziat Koofi the pupil of Imam Ja ' far - e - Sadiq ( A . S . ) . The first
book ...

Author: Zakir Husain Farooqi

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X000329597

Category:

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On the institution of caliphate in Islam according to the Shiah belief.
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The Interpretation of The Meaning of The Holy Quran Volume 11 Surah An Nisa verse 1 to 90

The Interpretation of The Meaning of The Holy Quran Volume 11   Surah An Nisa    verse 1 to 90

Jews are really miser or really stingy, in the above verse of the Quran, Allah gives
the analogy, if in case the Jews have the share of the wealth in the Kingdom of
Allah. Allah mentioned in the above verse of the Quran; “Have they (the Jews) a ...

Author: Nasoha Bin Saabin

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Category: Religion

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I have written many books and articles on various topics but since 2013, I have devoted myself fully in writing the interpretation of the Holy Quran in English and with the grace of Allah, I have completed the whole Quran on 29th October 2020 with 84 books. I believe there is a great need in the whole world for the correct interpretation of the Holy Quran to be written in English. Currently, there is a great misunderstanding about Islam among Muslims and non-Muslims globally. The misunderstanding of the meaning of the Holy Quran among Muslims will lead to the wrong practice of Islam which leads to the wrong actions of Muslims. The wrong actions of Muslims will lead to misunderstandings about Islam among Muslims and non-Muslims. The wrong actions of the Muslims have led to many miseries and wars among Muslims. The wrong actions of Muslims have also led to many wars and clashes between Muslims and non-Muslims. In order to avoid miseries, wars and clashes from taking place between the whole mankind in the whole world, the whole mankind in the whole world need to understand the true teaching of Islam. There is no other way for the whole mankind to understand the true teaching of Islam unless the whole mankind is able to read and understand the correct interpretation of the Holy Quran. The whole mankind is only able to read and understand the correct interpretation of the Holy Quran when it is written in the universal language of the world (English). For this very reason I have written the interpretation of the Holy Quran in English. Prof. Nasoha Bin Saabin
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Islam and Intolerance

Islam and Intolerance

The source of Islamic law , or the Muslim constitution , is the Holy Quran .
Whatever it says is the Supreme law . But then ... Thirdly , there is “ al - Quiyas ” (
analogies ) and “ al - Ijmaa ” ( consensus ) . There is also “ al - Ijtehaad ” (
personal ...

Author: Mohammad Taki Mehdi

Publisher: New World Press

ISBN: 0911119248

Category: Censorship

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Categories: Censorship

Islamic Finance

Islamic Finance

They have to analyze every question in light of the principles laid down by the
Holy Quran and Sunna as well as in the light ... Precedents, Analogies, and
Nominate Contracts It is worthwhile noting that the process of juristic inference (
ijtihad) ...

Author: Mahmoud A. El-Gamal

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139457163

Category: Business & Economics

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This book provides an overview of the practice of Islamic finance and the historical roots that define its modes of operation. The focus of the book is analytical and forward-looking. It shows that Islamic finance exists mainly as a form of rent-seeking legal-arbitrage. In every aspect of finance - from personal loans to investment banking, and from market structure to corporate governance - Islamic finance aims to replicate in Islamic forms the substantive functions of contemporary financial instruments, markets, and institutions. By attempting to replicate the substance of contemporary financial practice using pre-modern contract forms, Islamic finance has arguably failed to serve the objectives of Islamic law. This book proposes refocusing Islamic finance on substance rather than form. This approach would entail abandoning the paradigm of 'Islamization' of every financial practice. It would also entail reorienting the brand-name of Islamic finance to emphasize issues of community banking, micro-finance, and socially responsible investment.
Categories: Business & Economics

A Handbook of Islam

A Handbook of Islam

Qiyās, which may be described as 'reasoning based on analogy', is the most
important of these methods, and has almost a universal sanction. When a case
comes up for decision, which is not expressly provided for either in the Holy
Quran or ...

Author: Maulana Muhammad Ali

Publisher: A.A.I.I.L. (U.K.)

ISBN: 9781906109233

Category:

Page: 518

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A Handbook of Islam is an abridged edition of the work The Religion of Islam, a renowned research work first published in 1936, with subsequent editions published till the present time. The Religion of Islam is a comprehensive book which divides its extensive treatment of Islam into three parts: (1) the sources of Islam, (2) the principles or doctrines of Islam, and (3) the practices of Islam relating to both the spiritual and the material aspects of human life. In this abridgment, discussions on the more advanced topics in The Religion of Islam have been omitted as being of interest only to scholars and researchers, and certain matters of detail have been condensed. The formatting design has been amended, using indented quotations and notes at ends of chapters, to make the book easier to read for the ordinary reader.
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How to Read the Qur an

How to Read the Qur an

Although not specifically mentioned by name in the Qurʾan, the Promised Land
and the central shrine ... stand in the background as an analogy for the holy place
of worship (that is, Mecca), which has been denied to the believers by the ...

Author: Carl W. Ernst

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

ISBN: 9780807869079

Category: Religion

Page: 288

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For anyone, non-Muslim or Muslim, who wants to know how to approach, read, and understand the text of the Qur'an, How to Read the Qur'an offers a compact introduction and reader's guide. Using a chronological reading of the text according to the conclusions of modern scholarship, Carl W. Ernst offers a nontheological approach that treats the Qur'an as a historical text that unfolded over time, in dialogue with its audience, during the career of the Prophet Muhammad.
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Sacred Tropes

Sacred Tropes

Tanakh, New Testament, and Qur'an As Literature and Culture Roberta Sterman
Sabbath. SIGN, ANALOGY, AND THE VIA NEGATIVA: APPROACHING THE
TRANSCENDENT GOD OF THE QURʾAN1 Rosalind Ward Gwynne Amid all the
 ...

Author: Roberta Sterman Sabbath

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004177529

Category: Religion

Page: 534

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"Sacred Tropes" interweaves Tanakh, New Testament, and Qur'an essays which collectively and individually enlist literary approaches including environmental, cultural studies, gender, psychoanalytic, ideological, economic, historicism, law, and rhetorical criticisms. "Sacred Tropes" represents a pioneering, comparatist approach to Abrahamic studies.
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Holy Scriptures in Judaism Christianity and Islam

Holy Scriptures in Judaism  Christianity and Islam

Moreover , the analogy enables us to distinguish in a most specific way the
nature of the Bible from the nature of other holy books , such as the Tenach and
the Qur ' an . We will concentrate on the classic ' doctrine of Scripture , i . e . , the ...

Author: H. M. Vroom

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 904200228X

Category: Religion

Page: 306

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One of the prime issues that needs to be addressed in dialogical encounter between the three monotheistic faiths of the world is that concerning the authority and interpretation of Holy Writ, since Jews, Christians and Muslims alike consider their Scriptures to be divine revelation. It is incumbent upon each of these religions to apprise itself of the hermeneutical approach employed by the others in ascribing current meaning to ancient scriptural texts. This is not only important as a means for the enhancement of inter-religious understanding but is also of great interest to society at large. What role does the Jewish Bible, the Christian Bible, and the Qu'ran play in the thinking and the lives of contemporary Jews, Christians, and Muslims? How are these Holy Scriptures interpreted in terms of present-day circumstances? How much room do the three religions allow for bringing their basic messages and biblical-theological traditions into rapport with constantly changing social, political and economic conditions? Is the concept of hermeneutical space acceptable to these religions? If so, in what sense and at what level? Is it possible to identify the scopus of a text and then reconstitute it textually, as it were, in light of the social and ethical questions thrown up by new contextual developments? Can interpretive adjustments be made without jeopardizing the core message of the text involved? And do the three monotheistic religions stand open to one another for influence in this regard? Has one or another of them taken hermeneutical cues from the others? Is there room for mutual learning within the hermeneutical space mentioned above or is this a sacred space closed to all influence from other traditions? These are among the central questions raised and dealt with in this interreligious collection of essays, perhaps the only dialogical symposium to date to deal exclusively with the doctrine and hermeneutics of Holy Scripture in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
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Holy Scriptures in Judaism Christianity and Islam

Holy Scriptures in Judaism  Christianity and Islam

Moreover , the analogy enables us to distinguish in a most specific way the
nature of the Bible from the nature of other holy books , such as the Tenach and
the Qur ' an . We will concentrate on the classic ' doctrine of Scripture , i . e . , the ...

Author: Martin Gosman

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 9042002131

Category: Alexander

Page: 394

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The Religion of Islam

The Religion of Islam

The great jurists of Islam have endeavoured to meet these demands by various
methods, technically known as qiyas ... The jurist looks for a case resembling it in
the Holy Qur'an or in Hadith, and, by reasoning on the basis of analogy, arrives ...

Author: Maulana Muhammad Ali

Publisher: Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam Lahore USA

ISBN: 9781934271186

Category: Religion

Page: 681

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Comprehensive and monumental work on the sources, principles and practices of Islam: a) Sources of Islam, its essentials and doctrines -- The Holy Quran, Hadith, Ijtihad and Ijma b) Principles of Islam, Iman (Faith), Attributes of God, Angels, Revelation, Revealed Books, Prophets, Finality of Prophethood of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, Life after Death, Taqdir, etc. c) Institutions and Practices of Islam: Prayer, Zakat (Charity), Fasting, Hajj (Pilgrimage) Jihad, Apostasy, Social Relations (Marriage, Property, Inheritance, etc.) Food, Penal Laws, the State, etc. Detailed index including an index of Arabic words and phrases.
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Islamic Capital Markets

Islamic Capital Markets

UNDER. ISLAM. The first Islamic insurance company (the Islamic Insurance
Company of Sudan) was established in 1979, followed shortly afterwards in the
same year by the ... The four fundamental sources of Shariah are the Holy Quran,
Sunna, Ijma (consensus), and Qiyas (analogy) respectively. ... The Holy Quran is
the ultimate source of Islamic principles, revealed by Allah to the Prophet
Muhammed.

Author: Kabir Hassan

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119970811

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 472

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Islamic Finance has experienced rapid growth in recent years, showing significant innovation and sophistication, and producing a broad range of investment products which are not limited to the complete replication of conventional fixed-income instruments, derivatives and fund structures. Islamic Finance represents an elemental departure from traditional interest-based and speculative practices, relying instead on real economic transactions, such as trade, investment based on profit sharing, and other solidary ways of doing business, and aims to incorporate Islamic principles, such as social justice, ecology and kindness, to create investment products and financial markets which are both ethical and sustainable. Products created according to Islamic principles have shown a low correlation to other market segments and are relatively independent even from market turbulences like the subprime crisis. Therefore, they have become increasingly popular with secular Muslims and non-Muslim investors, as highly useful alternative investments for the diversification of portfolios. In Islamic Capital Markets: Products and Strategies, international experts on Islamic Finance and Sharia'a Law focus on the most imminent issues surrounding the evolution of Islamic capital markets and the development of Sharia'a-compliant products. The book is separated into four parts, covering: General concepts and legal issues, including Rahn concepts in Saudi Arabia, the Sharia'a process in product development and the integration of social responsibility in financial communities; Global Islamic capital market trends, such as the evolution of Takaful products and the past, present and future of Islamic derivatives; National and regional experiences, from the world's largest Islamic financial market, Malaysia, to Islamic finance in other countries, including Germany, France and the US; Learning from Islamic finance after the global financial crisis; analysis of the risks and strengths of Islamic capital markets compared to the conventional system, financial engineering from an Islamic perspective, Sharia'a-compliant equity investments and Islamic microfinance. Islamic Capital Markets: Products and Strategies is the complete investors' guide to Islamic finance.
Categories: Business & Economics

Modernist Islam 1840 1940

Modernist Islam  1840 1940

Ibn al-Qayyim further wrote,”'Umar's instruction to use analogy for cases not
covered in the Qur'an or the sunna is an authority for proponents of using
analogy in Shari'a. They have said, “This letter from 'Umar to Abu Musa was not
rejected by ...

Author: Charles Kurzman

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199882502

Category: Religion

Page: 408

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Modernist Islam was a major intellectual current in the Muslim world during the 19th and 20th centuries. Proponents of this movement typically believed that it was not only possible but imperative to show how "modern" values and institutions could be reconciled with authentically Islamic ideals. This sourcebook brings together a broad range of writings on modernist Islam from across the Muslim world. It makes available for the first time in English the writings of many of the activists and intellectuals who made up the early modernist Islamic movement. Charles Kurzman and a team of section editors, each specializing in a different region of the Islamic world, have assembled, translated, and annotated the work of the most important of these figures. With the publication of this volume, an English-speaking audience will have wider access to the literature of modernist Islam than did the makers of the movement themselves.
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Corporations and Society

Corporations and Society

taneously proselytized, organized the Muslim community, and delivered Allah's
pronouncements in the Holy Koran. On his ... These include exegesis, opinion (ra
'y), analogy (qiyas), and consensus (ijma') as elements of fiqh, or the finding of ...

Author: M. G. Smith

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 9780202365183

Category: SOCIAL SCIENCE

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Categories: SOCIAL SCIENCE

Introduction to the Holy Qur An

Introduction to the Holy Qur An

Abd Al-Rahman Doi ... The Holy Qur'an is a mine of information of Islamic
teachings . ... In order to give analogies about the earlier people , many tales are
told of the communities like ' Ad , Thamûd and individuals like Korah , Pharaoh
and ...

Author: Abd Al-Rahman Doi

Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd

ISBN: 8120721187

Category: Qurʼan

Page: 174

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An important glossary of Arabic and Islamic terms has also been added in order to make the understanding of unfamiliar terms easy for those students who are attempting the study of the Quran for the first time in the English language. Also, a section on the Invitation to the Quran has been included to bring out the fervour and anticipation of any Muslim with regard to the Quran. It lends to the book a practical aspect to the approach to the Quran along with the other academic discussions this books entails.
Categories: Qurʼan

The Holy Quran with English Translation and Commentary

The Holy Quran with English Translation and Commentary

Holy is He and exalted far above what they attribute to Him ! ... that can be
deduced yrowth , while others are advanced in another . from the analogy of the
various kinds of Among the Companions of the Holy Prophet , vegetation that
grow as a ...

Author: Bashīruddīn Maḥmūd Aḥmad

Publisher: Islam International Publications

ISBN: UOM:39015019594012

Category: Ahmadiyya

Page: 3039

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Categories: Ahmadiyya

Encyclopaedia of Islamic Law Criminal law in Islam

Encyclopaedia of Islamic Law  Criminal law in Islam

Those who favour analogy for the determination of crimes and punishments
advance the following arguments : ( i ) When asked by the Holy Prophet ( S . A .
W . ) how he would decide a matter in hand , Hadrat Moaz said , I will first try to
decide ...

Author: Arif Ali Khan

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105126922413

Category: Islamic law

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Categories: Islamic law