How to be open-minded in the Islamic context?

As Muslims, we place great importance on seeking knowledge. Being open-minded allows us to learn from others by examining, tolerating, and accepting differing viewpoints and situations.  In the Islamic context, open-mindedness means the capacity to examine, tolerate and accept differing

Islamic scholar Maulana Wahiduddin passes away in New Delhi

NEW DELHI: Renowned Islamic scholar Maulana Wahiduddin Khan has died after recently being testing positive for the coronavirus. The scholar had tested positive for COVID-19 last week and was in ICU at Apollo Hospital in New Delhi. This news was

Coronavirus vaccine permissible under Islamic law: Tahir Ashrafi

ISLAMABAD: Religious scholars have reached consensus has declared vaccination against the novel coronavirus is ‘legal’ and ‘permissible’ under the Islamic shariah or jurisprudence. In a press conference at the Muttahida Ulema Board’s office, prime minister’s aide on religious harmony, Maulana

An Islamic presidential system

Economic policies of the incumbent government have created a strangely depressing atmosphere due to the unbearable burden of taxes on the people, the horrendous rise in inflation, the lack of access to the global market, and the way friendly countries

Rising extremism

We pride ourselves that Pakistan is the first country created in the name of Islam as a separate state for Muslims of the subcontinent. Our founding fathers could have never imagined or failed to decipher that when you create a

Quaid-e-Azam’s economic vision

July 1, 1948 is a significant date in the history of Pakistan, as the opening day of the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP). The opening ceremony of SBP was the last public event attended by the Father of the Nation

Zakaria presents Islamic calligraphy paintings to London Central Mosque

LONDON: Pakistan’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Nafees Zakaria on Friday visited the London Central Mosque Trust and Islamic Cultural Centre and presented Islamic calligraphy paintings. Speaking on the occasion, the high commissioner said Pakistan and its diaspora in

KP varsity lifts ban on male, female students from sitting together

PESHAWAR: The administration of Bacha Khan University on Thursday has lifted the ban which prohibited male and female students from sitting together. A departmental inquiry has been launched against the assistant chief proctor for issuing the circular without consulting senior