Publications

Selected publications.

2016

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2016). The book of hajj. Islamic studies bulletin(5).
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    This is a summary of the law of Hajj in accordance to the Hanafi school. In it I gathered only the preponderant views using Nuqayah as the base and where necessary supplemented it with the other reliable mutun namely Quduri, Wiqayah, Bidayat, Kanz, Multaqat, Majma’ and Tuhfah.

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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={5},
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    year={2016},
    month={8},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={This is a summary of the law of Hajj in accordance to the Hanafi school. In it I gathered only the preponderant views using Nuqayah as the base and where necessary supplemented it with the other reliable mutun namely Quduri, Wiqayah, Bidayat, Kanz, Multaqat, Majma’ and Tuhfah.},
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2016). Review: mu’in al-fara’id. Islamic studies bulletin(5).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
    @article{161010501,
    title={Review: Mu'in al-Fara'id},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
    translator={},
    uloom-id={161010501},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/161010501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={5},
    day={10},
    year={2016},
    month={10},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/161010501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {S}
    }

  • Lawharwi, U. F., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2016). Bismillah at the start of a letter. Islamic studies bulletin(5).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    One should write بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم when writing a letter. This is sunnah without doubt when writing to a Muslim or any person who will likely handle the letter with respect. If unsure how it will be treated, it is still worth writing. However, If the letter is likely to be disrespected, the ulama are differed; some say it should still be written whilst others say it should be said but not included. In any case, shortened form or 786 does not fulfill the sunnah.

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    title={Bismillah at the start of a letter},
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    translator={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    uloom-id={161207501},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/161207501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={5},
    day={7},
    year={2016},
    month={12},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={One should write بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم when writing a letter. This is sunnah without doubt when writing to a Muslim or any person who will likely handle the letter with respect. If unsure how it will be treated, it is still worth writing. However, If the letter is likely to be disrespected, the ulama are differed; some say it should still be written whilst others say it should be said but not included. In any case, shortened form or 786 does not fulfill the sunnah.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/161207501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {S}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2016). Introduction to fiqh. Islamic studies bulletin(5).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
    @article{160905501,
    title={Introduction to Fiqh},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
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    uloom-id={160905501},
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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={5},
    day={5},
    year={2016},
    month={9},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/160905501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {I}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2016). Usul hadith: the hanafi-shafi’i divide. Islamic studies bulletin(5).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
    @article{Nukhbah,
    title={Usul Hadith: The Hanafi-Shafi’i Divide},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
    translator={},
    uloom-id={140905501},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/140905501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={5},
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    year={2016},
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    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/140905501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {U}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2016). Qazwini, ibn majah. Islamic studies bulletin(5).
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    @article{Qazwini,
    title={Qazwini, Ibn Majah},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
    translator={},
    uloom-id={qazwini},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/node/56},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={5},
    day={},
    year={2016},
    month={},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/node/56},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {Q}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2016). Reporting news. Islamic studies bulletin(5).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
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    title={Reporting news},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
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    number={5},
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    year={2016},
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    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
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    keywords = {},
    sort = {R}
    }

2015

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2015). Nanautwi, mamluk al-ali – d. 1267. Islamic studies bulletin(4).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    Ml. Mamluk al-Ali Nanautwi. 1204 – 1267 AH (1789 – 1851 CE). One of the great Alim of his time in Delhi and a renowned educator. He is known as ustad al-kull (teacher of all) and ustad al-ulama (teacher to the ulama) as he either directly or in some way taught the ulama who went on to influence the Islamic landscape in India the effect of which resonates to the present time globally. He is noted as a key influencer in the development of the Deoband movement which was founded by his students which includes Ml. Qasim Nanautwi, Mft. Rashid Ahmad Gangohi and his son Ml. Ya’qub Nanautwi.

    @article{150608501,
    title={Nanautwi, Mamluk al-Ali – d. 1267},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
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    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/150608501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={4},
    day={8},
    year={2015},
    month={6},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={Ml. Mamluk al-Ali Nanautwi. 1204 – 1267 AH (1789 - 1851 CE). One of the great Alim of his time in Delhi and a renowned educator. He is known as ustad al-kull (teacher of all) and ustad al-ulama (teacher to the ulama) as he either directly or in some way taught the ulama who went on to influence the Islamic landscape in India the effect of which resonates to the present time globally. He is noted as a key influencer in the development of the Deoband movement which was founded by his students which includes Ml. Qasim Nanautwi, Mft. Rashid Ahmad Gangohi and his son Ml. Ya’qub Nanautwi.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/150608501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {N}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2015). The book of zakat. Islamic studies bulletin(4).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    This is a summary of the law of zakat in accordance to the hanafi school. In it I gathered only the preponderant views using Nuqaya as the base and where necessary supplemented it with the other reliable mutun namely Quduri, Wiqayah, Bidayat, Kanz, Multaqa, Majma’, Mukhtar and Tuhfah.

    @article{150616501,
    title={The book of Zakat},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={4},
    day={16},
    year={2015},
    month={6},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={This is a summary of the law of zakat in accordance to the hanafi school. In it I gathered only the preponderant views using Nuqaya as the base and where necessary supplemented it with the other reliable mutun namely Quduri, Wiqayah, Bidayat, Kanz, Multaqa, Majma’, Mukhtar and Tuhfah.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/150616501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {B}
    }

  • Lawharwi, U. F., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2015). The standard for pricing sadaqat al-fitr. Islamic studies bulletin(4).
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    The hanafiyyah allow sadaqat al-fitr to be given in price. The pricing are set using wheat, barley, dates or raisins. The price may be determined through derivatives such as wheat flour so long as it is equivalent or more than the price of wheat or else the price of wheat must be given. One may give more than the prescribed amount but cannot inflate the price to make others give more. Sadaqat al-fitr is half a sa’ for wheat according to the hanafiyyah. The weight in today’s scale varies; 1.575, 1.590, 1.636, 1.64, 1.66 and 2.32 kilograms are suggested.

    @article{150716502,
    title={The standard for pricing sadaqat al-fitr},
    author={Lawharwi, Umar Faruq and Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
    translator={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    uloom-id={150716502},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/150716502},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={4},
    day={16},
    year={2015},
    month={7},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={The hanafiyyah allow sadaqat al-fitr to be given in price. The pricing are set using wheat, barley, dates or raisins. The price may be determined through derivatives such as wheat flour so long as it is equivalent or more than the price of wheat or else the price of wheat must be given. One may give more than the prescribed amount but cannot inflate the price to make others give more. Sadaqat al-fitr is half a sa’ for wheat according to the hanafiyyah. The weight in today’s scale varies; 1.575, 1.590, 1.636, 1.64, 1.66 and 2.32 kilograms are suggested.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/150716502},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {S}
    }

  • Lawharwi, U. F., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2015). Preferential treatment in gifting between children. Islamic studies bulletin(4).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    In giving gifts, can one give preferential treatment to some of their children over their other children? If the offspring is a fasiq they may be denied any amount beyond their need. If the offspring is not fasiq, the reason for the preferential treatment will be determined. If the reason is to hurt some of the children, it will be deemed forbidden (makhruh tahrimi). If there is no particular reason, it is disliked (makhruh tanzihi) and equality will be urged. If the there is a reason such as the child is in need or parent wishes to repay a service, it is permissible.

    @article{150716502,
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    translator={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    uloom-id={150716502},
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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
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    month={7},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
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    abstract={In giving gifts, can one give preferential treatment to some of their children over their other children? If the offspring is a fasiq they may be denied any amount beyond their need. If the offspring is not fasiq, the reason for the preferential treatment will be determined. If the reason is to hurt some of the children, it will be deemed forbidden (makhruh tahrimi). If there is no particular reason, it is disliked (makhruh tanzihi) and equality will be urged. If the there is a reason such as the child is in need or parent wishes to repay a service, it is permissible.},
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2015). Saharapuri, khalil ahmad – d. 1346. Islamic studies bulletin(4).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
    @article{151228501,
    title={Saharapuri, Khalil Ahmad - d. 1346},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
    translator={},
    uloom-id={151228501},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/151228501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={4},
    day={28},
    year={2015},
    month={12},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/151228501},
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2015). The book of taharat. Islamic studies bulletin(4).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
    @article{151229501,
    title={The Book of Taharat},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
    translator={},
    uloom-id={151229501},
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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={4},
    day={29},
    year={2015},
    month={12},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/151229501},
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2014

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2014). Snippets: the historic judgment on interest. Islamic studies bulletin(3).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    The "The historic judgement on Interest" is a 250 page Judgment written by Justice Mufti Taqi Usmani who was a judge on the Shari’at Appellate bench in Pakistan. It covers, in detail the concept and the prohibition of interest and gives answers to those who argue in favour of it. This review will outline key extracts which surmises the entire text.

    @article{140223001,
    title={Snippets: The Historic Judgment on Interest},
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    uloom-id={140223001},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/140223001},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={3},
    day={23},
    year={2014},
    month={2},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={The "The historic judgement on Interest" is a 250 page Judgment written by Justice Mufti Taqi Usmani who was a judge on the Shari'at Appellate bench in Pakistan. It covers, in detail the concept and the prohibition of interest and gives answers to those who argue in favour of it. This review will outline key extracts which surmises the entire text.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/140223001},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {S}
    }

  • Usmani, M. T., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2014). Eight remedial principles in evaluating hadith. Islamic studies bulletin(3).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    The following is a summary of some remedial principles which aid to avoid the common mistakes in evaluating hadith and making unwarranted objections that one abandons strong evidences.

    @article{140718501,
    title={Eight remedial principles in evaluating hadith},
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    translator={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    uloom-id={140718501},
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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={3},
    day={18},
    year={2014},
    month={7},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={The following is a summary of some remedial principles which aid to avoid the common mistakes in evaluating hadith and making unwarranted objections that one abandons strong evidences.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/140718501},
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    sort = {E}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2014). The classes of fuqaha. Islamic studies bulletin(3).
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    @article{140813501,
    title={The classes of Fuqaha},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
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    uloom-id={140813501},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/140813501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={3},
    day={13},
    year={2014},
    month={8},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/140813501},
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    sort = {C}
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  • Lawharwi, U. F., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2014). When should a child be named?. Islamic studies bulletin(3).
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    @article{141225501,
    title={When should a child be named?},
    author={Lawharwi, Umar Faruq and Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
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    translator={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    uloom-id={141225501},
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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={3},
    day={25},
    year={2014},
    month={12},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/141225501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {H}
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  • Lawharwi, U. F., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2014). Divorce given in anger. Islamic studies bulletin(3).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
    @article{141225501,
    title={Divorce given in anger},
    author={Lawharwi, Umar Faruq and Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
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    translator={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    uloom-id={141226501},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/141226501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={3},
    day={26},
    year={2014},
    month={12},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/141226501},
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2014). Introduction to hadith. Islamic studies bulletin(3).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
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    title={Introduction to Hadith},
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    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/141227501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={3},
    day={27},
    year={2014},
    month={12},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/141227501},
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2013

  • Lawharwi, U. F., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2013). Photos of the ulama. Islamic studies bulletin(2).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    To take a picture of an animate object is Haram without qualification; be it a large picture or small, be it made by hand or new technology. Let alone the unqualified, the qualified are even becoming indulged in this disease.

    @article{130121501,
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    abstract={To take a picture of an animate object is Haram without qualification; be it a large picture or small, be it made by hand or new technology. Let alone the unqualified, the qualified are even becoming indulged in this disease.},
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2013). Sadr al-shariah (al-asghar) – d. 747. Islamic studies bulletin(2).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
    @article{130820501,
    title={Sadr al-Shariah (al-Asghar) - d. 747},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
    editor={},
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    uloom-id={130820501},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/130820501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={2},
    day={20},
    year={2013},
    month={8},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/130820501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {S}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2013). Mastering usul fiqh. Islamic studies bulletin(2).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    This review will highlight the path plotted by the Dars Nizami and the rationale therein for those wanting to master usul fiqh to understand the evidences presented and method of extraction used by the Ulama and especially the fuqaha.

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    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={2},
    day={18},
    year={2013},
    month={8},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={This review will highlight the path plotted by the Dars Nizami and the rationale therein for those wanting to master usul fiqh to understand the evidences presented and method of extraction used by the Ulama and especially the fuqaha.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/130818501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {M}
    }

  • Lawharwi, U. F., & Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2013). Have wudhu whilst in lessons of hadith. Islamic studies bulletin(2).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    In regards to the matter which are considered to act as means to acquiring this light, amongst them is the attendance in class with wudu as well as ensuring not to touch the book without wudu. From the outset this seems to be a minuscule and meager matter, however, in terms of outcome it has extreme impact.

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    year={2013},
    month={8},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={In regards to the matter which are considered to act as means to acquiring this light, amongst them is the attendance in class with wudu as well as ensuring not to touch the book without wudu. From the outset this seems to be a minuscule and meager matter, however, in terms of outcome it has extreme impact.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/130824501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {H}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2013). The different facets of alif lam. Islamic studies bulletin(2).
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    Know that Alif Lam may be ghayr za’id in which case it will either function as a harf (see 2) or an ism (see 3). Alternatively, it may simply be zā’id (surplus); that also has its uses. The prefix, Alif Lam, is of four types (when functioning as a harf); Jinsi, Istighraqi, Ahd Zihni and Ahd Khariji. Allazi when function as an ism.

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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2013). What is history? a critical review of e. h. carr. Islamic studies bulletin(2).
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    E. H. Carr in 1961 delivered a series of six lectures at Cambridge University examining the question “What is history?” the title by which it was later published. The book discussed the nature of historiography in six sections; however, the content of these chapters can be simplified under three primary areas which embody Carr’s main arguments; (1) the influence of historians on history, (2) the nature of historical facts and (3) the subject matter of history. This review will analyse these three points by evaluating Carr’s methodology and assessing its place and implication on past, present and future academic historiography. It is being published here to give a snapshot of western historiography so that it may shed some light as to why they may disagree with elements of Islamic history.

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    month={11},
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    sort = {W}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2013). Why does attitudes sometimes not predict behaviour. Islamic studies bulletin(2).
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download]

    Why does attitude not always predict behaviour? This essay will explore the causes of attitude-behaviour inconsistency. It may be of use to the ulama and practitioners to determine strategies to increase the practices of Muslims. The simple suggested solution may be (1) inform (talim/cognition), (2) practice(ta’mil/behaviour) and (3) remind (tazkir/affect and suhbah/norm) to ensure consistent behavior.

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    abstract={Why does attitude not always predict behaviour? This essay will explore the causes of attitude-behaviour inconsistency. It may be of use to the ulama and practitioners to determine strategies to increase the practices of Muslims. The simple suggested solution may be (1) inform (talim/cognition), (2) practice(ta’mil/behaviour) and (3) remind (tazkir/affect and suhbah/norm) to ensure consistent behavior.},
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2012

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). Octet principle for islamic foundation. Islamic studies bulletin(1).
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    To ensure the stability of the institution and protect it from outside influences Hujjat al-Islam Ml. Qasim Nanotwi outlined eight core principles. The goals of these principles seem to boil down to two distinct but interdependent objectives; (1) sincerity and (2) independence. The first objective (sincerity) is required for internal stability whilst the second objective (independence) is required for external stability. This will allow for longevity and maintenance of core values upon which the institution was built.

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    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={1},
    day={13},
    year={2012},
    month={3},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
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    abstract={To ensure the stability of the institution and protect it from outside influences Hujjat al-Islam Ml. Qasim Nanotwi outlined eight core principles. The goals of these principles seem to boil down to two distinct but interdependent objectives; (1) sincerity and (2) independence. The first objective (sincerity) is required for internal stability whilst the second objective (independence) is required for external stability. This will allow for longevity and maintenance of core values upon which the institution was built.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/120313501},
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    sort = {O}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). Allm. binnori to the dean of education. Islamic studies bulletin(1).
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    Whole is the person who has fitrat al-salimah and aql salim which can only be gained by holding firm to the path shown by the prophet of Allah; that is the sirat mustaqim. The heart and mind have contracted vices which in turn has lead us away from the straight path. Knowledge and good character are required to bring us back in realignment and it is these two traits that the Madrasah aims. The goal is one but approaches differ. Allm. Yusuf Binnori – may Allah almighty have mercy upon him – gives us a starting point by suggesting areas of consideration and gives practical guidelines to those that may have a say.

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    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={1},
    day={17},
    year={2012},
    month={4},
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    language={English},
    abstract={Whole is the person who has fitrat al-salimah and aql salim which can only be gained by holding firm to the path shown by the prophet of Allah; that is the sirat mustaqim. The heart and mind have contracted vices which in turn has lead us away from the straight path. Knowledge and good character are required to bring us back in realignment and it is these two traits that the Madrasah aims. The goal is one but approaches differ. Allm. Yusuf Binnori – may Allah almighty have mercy upon him – gives us a starting point by suggesting areas of consideration and gives practical guidelines to those that may have a say.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/120313501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {A}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). The path to hidayah. Islamic studies bulletin(1).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
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    title={The path to Hidayah},
    author={Nawhami, Muhammad Saifur Rahman},
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    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={1},
    day={26},
    year={2012},
    month={4},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/120426501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {P}
    }

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). Executive rights. Islamic studies bulletin(1).
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    Effective leadership requires trust and autonomy. Arguably, if trust is lost the leader should be removed and if autonomy is lost the leader should resign gracefully. This is the practice of our pious predecessors. Shah Rafi al-Din (1252-1308) outlined the following conditions before his appointment as principal.

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    abstract={Effective leadership requires trust and autonomy. Arguably, if trust is lost the leader should be removed and if autonomy is lost the leader should resign gracefully. This is the practice of our pious predecessors. Shah Rafi al-Din (1252-1308) outlined the following conditions before his appointment as principal.},
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    sort = {E}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). Frequency of tilawat. Islamic studies bulletin(1).
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    Ordinarily the Quran can be completed 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 36, 48, or 120 times a year differing from person to person depending on ability and external constraints. The first four are appropriate for the person who has difficulty reciting (the halted reciter), twelve is fitting for the fluent non-Hafidh, and the latter three are suited for the hafidh.

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    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={1},
    day={2},
    year={2012},
    month={8},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
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    abstract={Ordinarily the Quran can be completed 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 36, 48, or 120 times a year differing from person to person depending on ability and external constraints. The first four are appropriate for the person who has difficulty reciting (the halted reciter), twelve is fitting for the fluent non-Hafidh, and the latter three are suited for the hafidh.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/120802501},
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    sort = {F}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). Economic classes in Islam. Islamic studies bulletin(1).
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    In terms of ownership of assets there are four classes. There are those who have plenty and there are those who do not have enough. The first are the privileged and the second underprivileged. The privileged may be (1) wealthy or merely (2) rich whilst the underprivileged may be (3) poor or dangerously (4) destitute. It is for the privileged to give and support the underprivileged each according to their capacity as ordained by Allah for their respective groups.

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    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={1},
    day={11},
    year={2012},
    month={8},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
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    abstract={In terms of ownership of assets there are four classes. There are those who have plenty and there are those who do not have enough. The first are the privileged and the second underprivileged. The privileged may be (1) wealthy or merely (2) rich whilst the underprivileged may be (3) poor or dangerously (4) destitute. It is for the privileged to give and support the underprivileged each according to their capacity as ordained by Allah for their respective groups.},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/120811501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {E}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). Rashid ahmad ludhyanwi – d. 1422. Islamic studies bulletin(1).
    [BibTeX] [Download]
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    title={Rashid Ahmad Ludhyanwi - d. 1422},
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    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={1},
    day={11},
    year={2012},
    month={10},
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    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/121011501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {R}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2012). The minimum wait (iddat). Islamic studies bulletin(1).
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    title={The minimum wait (Iddat)},
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    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={1},
    day={29},
    year={2012},
    month={11},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/121129501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {M}
    }

2011

  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2011). Muslim b. hajjaj al-qushayri – d. 261. Islamic studies bulletin(3).
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    title={Muslim b. Hajjaj al-Qushayri - d. 261},
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    uloom-id={140223001},
    uloom-linkout-0 = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/110905501},
    journal={Islamic Studies Bulletin},
    issn = {2056-8681},
    number={3},
    day={5},
    year={2011},
    month={9},
    publisher={Uloom Islamic Press},
    language={English},
    abstract={},
    url = {http://uloom.com/dibaj/article/110905501},
    keywords = {},
    sort = {M}
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2011). Dear students. Ijtima(101).
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    Intentions determine the value of actions; correct your intentions. Indeed halal is clear and haram is clear; act accordingly and do not falter. Between these are ambiguous matters; avoid them. The path to perfection is in shunning triviality; value your time and health. Know your obligation to the people and fulfill it for the sake of Allah. Trust in Allah; pray and pray often.

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    abstract={Intentions determine the value of actions; correct your intentions. Indeed halal is clear and haram is clear; act accordingly and do not falter. Between these are ambiguous matters; avoid them. The path to perfection is in shunning triviality; value your time and health. Know your obligation to the people and fulfill it for the sake of Allah. Trust in Allah; pray and pray often.},
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  • Nawhami, M. S. R.. (2011). The first lesson. Ijtima(101).
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    Knowledge without action will become a burden for us in the hereafter. The value of our actions is determined by our intentions. Those who act for Allah and his messenger (peace be upon him) then their reward is with Allah. Those who act to gain the world then there reward is with the world. The gain of this world is temporary and reward of the hereafter is everlasting.

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