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Faith
Dr. Shehzad Saleem
- Transplant of a Thief’s Amputated Hand   (November 2002)
- Why are Islamic Punishments so Severe?   (February 2002)
- ‘Unjust’ Punishment in the Grave?   (December 2001)
- Stealing in Retaliation   (August 2001)
- Confessing Extramarital Relations   (April 2001)
- Misusing the Qisās Law   (August 2000)
- A Misconception about Islamic Punishments   (March 2000)
- The Punishment of `Sleeping Together’   (August 1998)
- Relaxation in Islamic Punishments   (June 1998)
- The Punishment for Spilling Acid on Someone   (January 1997)
Javed Ahmad Ghamidi
- The Basis of the Islamic Call   (November 2000)
Ameer Hamza
- Is refraining from Retaliation a Virtue?   (March 2004)
Asif Iftikhar
- Qitāl Without the Authority of the State   (August 1997)
Jhangeer Hanif
- Is Blasphemy Punishable by Death?   (September 2003)
- Reporting Sexual Misdemeanors   (July 2003)
Siddiq Bukhary
- The Jail Punishment   (May 2004)
Tariq Haashmi
- Hands amputated by the Prophet (sws)   (March 2006)
- Assassination of Ka‘ab Ibn Ashraf   (December 2004)
- Punishment in the Graves   (December 2003)
- Objections on Islamic Punishments   (April 2003)
Adnan Zulfiqar
- The Punishment of Theft   (June 2003)
   
 
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