https://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/issue/feed Islamic Sciences 2020-02-04T10:27:50+00:00 Dr. Gulnaz Naeem salamte@hotmail.com Open Journal Systems <p><em>Islamic Sciences</em> is a double blind peer-reviewed, open access, annual and trilingual (Arabic, Urdu and English) research journal, published by Society for Social Sciences and Research Association. It was established in the year 2018. The Journal is presently recognized by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan in "Y" Category.</p> <p> </p> https://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/article/view/7 An Analysis of the Application of Health Informatics in Prophetic Medicine 2020-02-04T09:50:59+00:00 Huda Junaid a2usmani@gmail.com Sheikh Adnan Ahmed Usmani adnan@szic.edu.pk <p>This research aims to analyze and examine the practices of Prophetic Medicine in the paradigm of Information Technology. Prophetic medicine is considered as an alternative medicine which is inexpensive as well as an effective way of treating the ailments which are sometimes considered as curable by other modes of medicine. The research design is cross sectional while assessing the current status of Prophetic medicine among traditional medicines and is based on content analysis. The research also identifies the obstacles in the development of Prophetic medicine among health informatics. It also proposes that how further development can be made to enhance healthcare in lives of people. The Informatics applications in Prophetic medicine are insufficient and are not participating as an active ingredient of medical guidance with IT despite of its potential as it is in a form of mostly e-health applications and websites that focus more on Prophetic traditions, spiritual healing, and Islamic obligations.</p> 2020-02-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Islamic Sciences https://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/article/view/8 Embodied Souls, or Ensouled Bodies: A Critical Analysis 2020-02-04T09:51:01+00:00 Willie Cox a2usmani@gmail.com <p>Gender isn't a concept of being black and white or male and female. Times are hanging, and Americans no longer assume that everyone should fit into binary male or female categories. Globally, gender is determined by our genes and to be male or female is instilled in our nature, hence it is not just related to cultural indoctrination. Souls don't have a gender; they are the invisible sex. Life is made for us to face the challenges of human nature which have a certain control on our behavior, irrespective of the soul men perceive in a different way and women in a different way. Souls have no genitals, and certainly do not reproduce, thus they have no gender. Humans are more than just a body, the body is controlled by consciousness interconnected with the brain, denoting we have a soul. All the souls are made up of the same essence and substance but are verily distributed between individuals. We are not embodied souls, but ensouled bodies! This paper will focus on the belief of immortality and the arrival and presence of the soul and what happens to the gendered essence (the soul) when we die? </p> 2020-02-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Islamic Sciences https://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/article/view/9 Research Methodology in the Domain of Islamic Studies 2020-02-04T09:51:03+00:00 Shahzadi Pakeeza dr.pakeeza@fjwu.edu.pk Humaira Jahangir aairahtech@gmail.com <p>The most important thing given by Allah Almighty to the human being is thinking power. It enables them different from other creatures of the world. Humans thinking act, built and rebuilt his life. Allah Almighty, therefore, ordered man to think, investigate and research. This study is based on the overview of research methodology in the field of Islamic Studies. Since the domain of Islamic studies is mainly based on the Holy Quran and Ahadith or Sunnah. This paper presents a close revision for conducting a research with special reference to data handling and analysis, text and speech analysis etc. in context with Islamic studies. </p> 2020-02-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Islamic Sciences https://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/article/view/10 Globalized World and the Facilitative Role of Modern Media and Sources of Communication in the Process of Ijtehad & Ijma 2020-02-04T10:27:50+00:00 Maqbool Hassan a2usmani@gmail.com <p>This paper aims to highlight the significance of Media and means of communication and travel in the feasibility of Ijtehad and Ijma in contemporary world. Modern means of communication and transportation have shrunken the world into a global village. Communication of news and information has become very easy. Environment is much feasible for research and investigation as compared to past. The modern print and electronic media can be used as a platform for academic dialogue and exchange of views both nationally and internationally. The invention of press has made secure the knowledge and resources and easy access to them. The invention of computer and information technology have made easy for Islamic Jurist to access the sources of knowledge. They can communicate with each other via telephone and internet; video conference, email, etc., in spite of sitting together at one place. Modern means of transportation and travel also have shrunken the distances. Years and month's traveling has become just an hour's story. Now it is unto us to have ourselves benefited from all these facilities. </p> 2020-02-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Islamic Sciences https://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/article/view/5 Preaching of Islam in Debal and Mansoorah: An Analysis based on the era of Arab’s ruling in Sindh 2020-02-04T09:52:32+00:00 Amber Mehar a2usmani@gmail.com <p>Sindh was the earliest region conquered by the Arabs and Islam was introduced there after 720 AD. Regarding the propagation and preaching of Islamic teachings in Debal and Mansora, the ruling classes gave great respect to the scholars. They were not only taking care of all their needs but also honoring them by assigning the important post and positions in the state. The rulers did not make any difference in the service of the Ulema and the same response of respect and honor was from Ulema for the rulers. In this way, together they eliminated all matters which were non-Shari'ah in the state. This papers aims to revise such a brilliant collaboration of Ulema and rulers and their impact on the society, which actually is the important need of our society too. </p> 2020-02-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Islamic Sciences https://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/article/view/6 Remedies of Social Decadence in Context of the Life of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) 2020-02-04T09:52:35+00:00 Rabia a2usmani@gmail.com <p>In this article, putrefaction of society has been discussed along with the counterstrategies adopted by the Prophet (Peace be upon him). Since social vices have been the vestigial part of the Arab society, the Prophet (Peace be upon him) took up the cudgels and bestirred to eradicate moral decay, existent among the Arabs from the days of yore. Analogous to the situation, in the contemporary world, the similar social vices are being erected on the pretext of ‘modernization’, which has become the cause of demoralization for many. For this, in the current article, social maladies and moral turpitude like fib, backbiting, adultery, grudge, rancor etc. have been delineated. After being involved in elusive bustling, an individual blemishes his or her life in this world and hereafter, affecting Peace and Stability in the society. The only way out that one can adopt to escape herself/himself from this, is the way that has been unfolded by the Prophet (Peace be upon him). So, by acting upon the Prophet’s (Peace be upon him) instructions we can curb these social vices and moral turpitude in our society. </p> 2020-02-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Islamic Sciences