Mosques signify a joint between Muslims and
their rulers as these constitute the house of worship for all of them – contends
Ghāmidī. He suggests certain measures which, if followed, would help revive a
forgotten role that mosques were originally supposed to play in the Muslim
This is a commentary of Sūrah Mursalāt by
Amīn Ahsan Islāhī. He quite masterfully employs his command of Arabic language
to divulge the message of the sūrah. He has differed at certain points with the
general interpretation but with reasons deduced from the Holy Qur’ān itself.
Riwāyah Bi Al-ma‘nā (Transmission by Meaning)
Islāhī here makes a very strong case in
favour of narratives comming down to us – not as a verbatim version of the
reported statement or episodic reproduction of the narrated event/s – but with
narration of the underlying concept of whatever was said or done.
Praying for the Prophet (sws) after Ādān
This is a comprehensive text of
different narratives attributed to the Holy Prophet (sws) on the above captioned
topic along with its requisite explanation by Moiz Amjad and his team.
English Translation of the First Volume
of Tadabbur-i Qur’ān
This is a book review which brings out
qualitative distinction of the above translation, followed by some
recommendations to the translator for the later editions and/or publications.