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Curriculum for Professional Ethics

Manual for the Teachers

Mission Statement
Development of Islamically and ethically Knowledgeable and practicing professionals; with balanced, dynamic and wholesome personality; and sense of social responsibility needed for serving mankind with integrity and steadfastness. (al-An’am 6, 162.)

Aims
1. To design, develop and implement Academic and Training program for proper development of balanced personality among the students, faculty and support staff.
2. To sensitize (on the basis of continuous evaluation and review) the administrative & academic staff regarding their ethical and professional responsibilities.
3. To develop an appropriate Islamic methodology and environment in academic programs, co-curricular activities and field research with highest standards of ethics, morality, and behavior.
4. To conduct and co-ordinate projects research on ethical issues and total being of humans as Allah's servants of Allah
5. To create awareness and to educate the community about positive measures to be taken for promotion of physical, mental, social and moral health.
(al-Furqan 25:63-77, Luqman 31:13-26, Mulk 67:22, Bani Israeel 17:37, al-Nisa 4:3, al-Ma’eda 5:8, al-An’am 6:152, Ha-Mim as-Sajdah 41:33-34, an-Nahl 16:125, an-Nisa 4:171, al-Maeda 5: 77)

Educational Objectives
• Ability to apply universal ethical principles in daily life with knowledge of emerging situations.
(al-Baqarah 2:164, al-Imran 3:190-191, Bani Israeel 17:36, Shura 42: 53, al-Qalam 68:1, al-Alaq 96: 4)
• Understanding of basic terminology, concepts and principles of Islam
(Islamic Ideology of Life & Khutbat, Towards understanding of Islam)
• Ability to express coherently in speech and writing
(al-Baqarah 2, an-Namal 27, Yousaf 12; And other qualities of Management)


Major Goals of Curriculum
1. Integration of Islamic ethical principles in all specialized and basic subjects
(All Lecture must be written & brought on website)
2. Use of life example of the prophet and other luminaries, as well as historical resource as frame of reference.
(To be Circulated)
3. Creation of culture of knowledge, reading habit, critical thinking, and understanding of current issues and trends in social, economic, environmental and other vital areas.
(To be Planned)
4. Inculcation of positive moral values and character in the faculty members, students and support staff.
(Mapping of such required characters & tools)
5. Creation of dislike and rejection of negative values like falsehood, obscenity and corruption
(Administrative, Common Business of general atmosphere of college)
6. Production of leaders and professionals with sound knowledge of the Qur'an and the Sunnah as well as in depth understanding of ground realities of the Muslim Ummah.
(Books to be covered during the period of five years. List is attached for Faculty & Students)

Pakistan Ideology & Society
• Pakistan as a historical necessity
• Two nation theory, freedom movements and ideology of Pakistan
• Federation as an option during the freedom movement its merits and demerits
• Realization of Pakistan ideology, problems and prospects.
• Pakistan’s future, society, economy and its role in the Muslim Ummah
• Emergence of Pakistan By Chaudhary Muhammad Ali
• Masala Qaumiet By Syed Abul A’ala Maududi
• Tahreek-e-Azadi Hind aur Musalman By Syed Abul A’ala Maududi
• Tahreek Nazarya Pakistan By Prof. M. Salim
• Struggle for Pakistan By Ishtiaq Hussain Qureshi

Muslims World
• Muslims Ummah at large and its resources, Concept of Ummah
(al-Baqarah 2:143, al-Imran 3:104-110, al-Mominoon 23:52) (Muslim Minorities by Dr. Ali Kattami)
• Issues related to Muslim in non-Muslims majority areas.
• Inter-civilizational dialogue
(al-Imran 3:64. al-Ma’idah 5:82-83)
• The so-called New World Order and modern challenges
(al-Baqarah 2:251, al-Hajj 22:40)
• Our response
(All should be included in Orientation Program)


PROFESSIONAL ETHICS - I

A. General
• Ethics and society: an introduction
• Meaning of the terms Ethics, Morality, Piety, Virtue, good, professionalism, and mission (al-Fatehah 1, 1-7)
• Principles of professional ethics
• Application of ethical principles in society
• Qualities of ethically upright personality (al-Baqarah 2, 2-5)
• Meaning and implication of a unified personality and qualities of guiding resources
(al-Baqarah 2, 21-29).
• How to develop a unified personality Negative and Hypocratic personality
(al-Baqarah 2, 6-20)
• Classification of ethical values
• Ethical basis of the creation of mankind (al-Baqarah 2, 30-39)
• Ethical reasons for the rise and decline of nations (al-Baqarah 2, 40-152)
• Self-control and ALLAH consciousness through fasting (Saum)
• Role of faith in the development of personality (al-Baqarah 2, 153-176)
• Concept of good (Ma’ruf) and evil (Munker)
(al-Baqarah 2, 177-182) (Security of life and wealth)
• Ethical foundation of person and society (al-Baqarah 2, 184-220)
• Ethical foundation of family, Rights (haquq) and obligations (Fraid)
(al-Baqarah 2, 221-245)
• Ethical foundation of society in light of history, role of finance and investment (Zakah, Sadqat, Anfaq) (al-Baqarah 2, 246-284)
• Accountability (Muhasibah) and ethics (al-Baqarah 2, 284-286)
• Personal Development, qualities, characteristics
(al-Baqarah 2:247, Yusuf 12:56, Saad 38: 22)
• Development of communicational and administrative skills.
• Impact of media, internet and environment.
(Hadith it’s terminology and importance, Fiqh, it’s terminology and importance, Qaias, Ijtihaad, Istihsaan, Istislah, Istimbaat)

B. Impact of Belief on the Development of ethical vision
• Unity in universe, human behavior and society (al-Imran 3, 1-101)
• Knowledge and education as basis for ethical values; Sense of responsibility and dutifulness (Taqwa) (al-Imran 3, 102-189)
• Sources of knowledge (al-Imran 3, 190-194)
• Ethical judgment of human actions (al-Imran 3, 195-200)

C. Ethical Empowerment of Women
• Rights and empowerment of women in Islam a comparative study
(an-Nisa 4, 13-176)
• Woman’s plight in the secular world
• Responsibilities of society regarding widows, orphans, needy etc.
(an-Nisa 4, 1-6)
• Law of inheritance (an-Nisa 4, 7-12)

D. Foundations of ethical conduct
• Purity (Taharah) (an-Nisa 4, 43)
• Concepts of Purity and impurity (Tawheed, Hijrah, Jihad, Qital, Shahadat and Nifaq)
(an-Nisa 4, 44-176)
• Time management and discipline in the light of system of Salat
(al-Ma’idah 5, 6)
• Ethical principles for Food, drinks unethicalness of drug addiction and smoking;
(al-Ma’idah 5, 1-5, 87-93)
• Sanctity, security and right to life (as objectives of shriah) (al-Ma’idah 5, 12-86)
• Unity of the Ummah and co-operation through Hajj (al-Ma’idah 5, 94-120)
• Types of societies and there impact on human concepts and behavior Secular, theocratic and Pre-Islamic customs and irrational taboos (al-An’am 6, 1-165)

E. Bio-Medical Ethical issues
1. Dissection on dead bodies (Yunus 10: 90-92)
2. Theory of Evolution
(Nazria Taqamal by Ahmed Baashmil)
3. Genetic engineering (Book by Harun Yahya)

SELECTED READING
• Tafheem-ul-Qur’an Vol – I (Maulana Abul A’la Maududi)
• Tafseer Ibne Kaseer (Hafiz Emaad-ud-Din)
• Mar’arif ul Qur’an (Maulana Mufti Muhammad Shafi )
• Tadabur Qur’an (Maulana Amin Ahsan Islahee)
• Nazria Taqamul (Ahmed Baashmil)
• Evolution Theory (Harun Yahya)
• Islami Ikhlaqiat (PIMA)
• Ijtihaad aur Ausaf-e-Mujtahid (Maulana Gohar-ur-Rahman)
• Istillahat-e-Hadith ( )
• Islam Ka Tashreeae Nizam (Mustafa Saibaaee)
• Fiqh wa Sunnah (Asim Al Haddad)


PROFESSIONAL ETHICS - II

A. General
1. Realization of Global Peace. Resolution of conflicts and clashes, during peace and war. (Anfal 8, 1-19)
2. Ethics of peace and war. (Anfal 8, 20-40)
3. Ideological, civilizational and cultural wars. (Anfal 8, 41-69)
4. Status and Code for refugees, prisoners of war, and citizens.
(Anfal 8, 70-75)

B. Personal Ethics
• Sincerity (Ikhlas) (at-Taubah 9, 1-27)
• Truthfulness (Sidq) (at-Taubah 9, 28-33)
• Patience (Sabr) (at-Taubah 9, 34-41)
• Trusteeship (Amanah) (at-Taubah 9, 42-60)
• Observance of obligations (Faraid) (at-Taubah 9, 61-93)
• Fulfillment of Rights (Huquq) (at-Taubah 9, 94-110)
• Self improvement & Purification (Tazkiyah) (at-Taubah 9, 111-116)
• Resolution and repentance (Tawbah) (at-Taubah 9, 117-129)

C. Social Ethics – I
Impact & Effects of Moral Deviance
Social cost of sexual mis-conduct
1. How ideology, Effect Intentions & Practice
(Younus 10. Bani Israel 17, 21-22)
2. Lessons from the earlier nations (Hud 11)
3. Unlawful sexual relations (Yousuf 12)
4. Ethical responsibility of a medical professional while dealing with patients involved in sexual deviance. (Yousuf 12)
5. Same gender marriage (ar-Ra’ad 12)
6. Statistical analysis of spread of AIDS (al-Hijr 15)

D. Social Ethics- II
Ethics in civil Society
1. Ethical foundation of a responsible civil society. (Bani Israel 17, 1-11)
2. Political rights and duties. (Bani Israel 17, 11-23)
3. Rights of non-Muslim in a Muslim state (Bani Israel 17, 11-23)
4. Role of Muslim in a non-Muslim state (Bani Israel 17, 11-23)


E. Social Ethics-III
Family life
1. Rights and obligations towards parents. Family life as social obligation and part of fulfillment of faith. (Bani Israel 17, 24-25)
2. Rights and obligations of husbands and wife (Bani Israel 17, 26-30)
3. Rights and obligations of relatives (Bani Israel 17, 26-30)
4. Rights and obligations of children (Bani Israel 17, 31)
5. Ethical foundations of family life. Communication of culture and values to the following generations (Bani Israel 17, 31-37)
6. Respect for Law and Order (Bani Israel 17, 38-40)

F. Social Ethics – IV
Personal and Environmental
1. Honor of Mankind and how honor can be maintained (Shelter, Refuge and struggle)
(Bani Israel 17, 41-77)
2. Dutifulness (Ibadah) (Bani Israel 17, 78-111)
3. Social cost of smoking (al-Maidah 5, 90-93)
4. Impact of Alcoholism on the individual, family, society and environment
(al-Maidah 5, 90-93)
5. Drugs, their social, moral, economic, effects, and strategy to fight these evils
(al-Maidah 5, 90-93)

G. Skills
1. Involvement in quality research (Bani Israel 17)

SELECTED READING
• Tafheem-ul-Qur’an Vol – II (Maulana Abul A’la Maududi)
• Tafseer Ibne Kaseer (Hafiz Emaad-ud-Din)
• Mar’arif ul Qur’an (Maulana Mufti Muhammad Shafi )
• Tadabur Qur’an (Maulana Amin Ahsan Islahee)
• Nazria Taqamul (Ahmed Baashmil)


PROFESSIONAL ETHICS - III

A. Life and living
1. Role of tawhid and Al-Akhirah in development of a just order.
(al-Anbiya 21)
2. Meaning and beginning of life, creation of the first human couple.
(al-Hajj 22)
3. Steps needed for realization of a peaceful and just social, political and economic order.
(an-Nur 24)

B. Contemporary bio-ethical issues
1. Postmortem (al-A’araf 7)
2. Cloning, therapeutic/reproductive and Parthiogenesis. (Maryam 19)
3. Stem cell engineering. (Maryam 19)
4. Surrogate mother. (Maryam 19)
5. Medical aspects and moral implications of Rape. (an-Nur 24)

C. Death
1. Clinical and, religious meaning and definition of death and mental death.
(al-Kahf 18)
2. Does human journey end with death? (al-Kahf 18)
3. Euthanasia, mercy killing, painless death
(An Essay Right to Die, al-Ma’idah 5: 27-32, Yusuf 12: 87)
4. Suicide, Suicide - Bombing
(Bani Israel 17:33, al-Furqan 25:68-71)

D. Qualities of a good professional
1. Honoring of promise (‘ahd) (al-Mu’minun 23)
2. Good intention (ikhlas niyah) (al-Mu’minun 23)
3. Fidelity and loyalty (qana’ah) (al-Mu’minun 23)
4. Balance and moderation (tawazun and I’tidal) (al-Furqan 25)
5. Excellence (taqwa) (al-i-Imran 3: 102-109)
6. Remembrance (dhikr) (al-Qammar 54:41-55)
7. Cooperation in good (tawano Al’al Bir wa Taqwa)
8. Charity (Infaq)
(al-Baqara 2:246-284, al-Ma’idah 5:2)
9. Persistence (istiqamah) (ha-Mim as-Sajdah 41)

E. Ethics and Law
1. Ethical foundations of law (al-Nur 24)
2. Objectives of Shari’ah. (al-Nur 24)
3. Islamic and secular concepts of jurisprudence (Islamic Criminal Law)
4. Meaning an application of ijtihad in Medical issues (Tafheem-ul-Masa’il)
5. Islamic clauses in the constitution of Pakistan
(Constitution of Pakistan - 1973)

F. Ethical issues in Economy
1. Ethicality of financial gains, professional fee (al-Baqara 2:246-284)
2. Unethically of interest based investments (al-Baqara 2:246-284)
3. Economic justice and welfare (al-Baqara 2:246-284)
4. Material and spiritual resource generation and welfare through (Zakah)
5. Ethical status of gifts from Pharmaceutical Companies.
(Donation from pharmaceutical companies in Islamic perspective - PIMA)

Ethical and Moral factor in history
1. Role of Ethic and Morality in the rise and fall of nations. (al-Qasas 28)
2. Conflict between pharaoh and Syedna Musa, as a historical model.
(al-Qasas 28, al-Rum 30)
3. Lessons from the tests and trials. (Ankabut 29)
4. Principles and requirement of a civil society. (al-Ahzab 33)
5. The ethical and moral model of the Prophet (SAS) and its relevance in today’s society.
(al-Ahzab 33)

C. Ethical foundations of political order
1. Leadership; its Nature; Meaning of Khilafah, Amarah, Imamah, Wilayah and Sultaniyah. (an-Namal 27)
2. Integration of Political and so-called religious realms. (ar-Rum 30)
3. Ultimacy of Allah knowledge (Luqman 31)

SELECTED READING
• Tafheem-ul-Qur’an Vol–III (Maulana Abul A’la Maududi)
• Tafseer Ibne Kaseer (Hafiz Emaad-ud-Din)
• Mar’arif ul Qur’an (Maulana Mufti Muhammad Shafi )
• Tadabur ul Qur’an (Maulana Amin Ahsan Islahee)
• Islam Criminal Law (Chief Justice Abdul Qadri Awdah)
• Tafheem ul Masail (Maulana Gohar-ur-Rahman)
• Donation from Pharmaceutical Companies in Islamic Perspective (PIMA)
• Right to Diew (Moot ka Kanooni Haq
by Dr. Ata-ur-Rehman June 1999 Tarjaman-ul-Qur’an)


PROFESSIONAL ETHICS - IV

A. Ethical and Moral factor
1. Ethics of dealing with persons on death bed. (Yasin 36)
2. Struggle against social evils. (az-Zariyat 51)
3. Balance in Life & its importance (Rahman 55)
4. Meaning of Qard Hasan. (al-Hadid 57)

B. Role Model
1. Requirements for an Ideal and a role model: Historicity; Practicality; Comprehensiveness, Humanity. (al-Shuaraa 26:103)
2. Prophet as model of perfect leadership: a comparative study.
(ha-Mim as-Sajdah 41:26-29)

C. Ethical Foundations of Political Order
1. Comparative study of political system Theocracy, Democracy, Dictatorship etc.
(Saba 34)
2. Is Islamic state a theocracy (Saba 34)
3. How Islam respond to western secular democracy (Saba 34)
4. Does Islam allow dictatorship and kingship (Saba 34)
5. Is Islamic state viable (Saba 34)

D. Some Common and popular myth
1. Magic, its viability in nature. (al-Mumin 40)
2. Unidentifiable objects (al-Ahqaf 46)
3. Dreams and their nature an effects on behavior. (Fat’h 48)

E. Medical Ethics a Historical Perspective
1. Ancient Medicine and Surgery
(al-Qanoon, The Principles of Avisenia, al-Tasreef by abu Musa al-Zahravi)
2. Tib-a-Nabavi (SAS) (by Khalid Ghaznavi)
3. Muslim contribution to Medicine and Surgery (Muslim Scientist)
4. Modern medicine (Current Medical Diagnosis)
5. Infertility and its ethical an psychological effects. (ash-Shura 42)

F. Contemporary bio-ethical issues
1. Organ Transplant and donation
(Report of Islamic Research Institute 1995)
2. Cosmetic Surgery
(Report of Islamic Research Institute 1995)
3. Commercial use of human remains
4. Gender selection (Luqman 31:32-34)
5. Deformation (Bani Israel 17:31)
6. Abortion (Bani Israel 17:31)
7. Population Planning (Bani Israel 17:31)

G. Ethical Responsibilities of a Medical Professional
1. Code of ethic in social life to protect from extremism & Clashes.
(al-Hujurat 49)
2. Medical profession as a mission of curing not only physical problems but also treatment of whole human, including spiritual and moral problems.
(al-Hujurat 49)
3. Sexual misconduct, obscenity; bribe, dis-respect for relations.
(az-Zariyat 51)

H. Scientific Issues
1. Expansion of Universe. (az-Zariyat 51)
2. Revealed Sciences. (at-Tur 52)
3. Future of Human, Speed to Conquer Universe & Old report about Moon.
(an-Najm 53, al-Qamar 54)
4. Equilibrium & other balances. (ar-Rahman 55)
5. Related services for the mankind support - Food, Water & Fire.
(al-Waqi’a 56)
6. Truth about Big Bang Theory (Creation of Universe). (al-Hadid 57)

SELECTED READING
• Tafheem-ul-Qur’an Vol–IV (Maulana Abul A’la Maududi)
• Tafseer Ibne Kaseer (Hafiz Emaad-ud-Din)
• Mar’arif ul Qur’an (Maulana Mufti Muhammad Shafi )
• Tadabur ul Qur’an (Maulana Amin Ahsan Islahee)
• Report of Seminar on Organ Transplant (Islamic Research Institute (IIU) Islamabad)


PROFESSIONAL ETHICS - V

A. Social Issues & Responsibility
1. Woman’s Right, Divorce, Secret Counseling, Profession. (al-Mujadila 58)
2. Girl Child (Gender Discrimination) (at-Takwir 81)
3. Poor & Rich (al-Fajr 89)
4. Famine (Food) (al-Balad 90)
5. Slavery (Freedom) (al-Balad 90)
6. Baggers (al-Balad 90)
7. How to eradicate slavery, vagarism and famine (al-Balad 90)
8. The significance of social welfare in the light of history of earlier nations.
(ash-Shams 91)
9. Alleviation of poverty and hunger, care of Orphans. (adh-Dhuha 93)
10. Difficulties & Prosperity in Life (alm Nashrakh 94)
11. Creation of Man & his Capabilities (at-Tin 95)
12. Difference between Co-existence & adoption of Social Systems.
(al-Kausar 108, al-Kafirun 109)

B. Social Issues
1. Special care of the aged, children and financially poor persons
(al-Fajr 89)
2. Efforts for education of people in society. (al-Alaq 96)

C. Scientific Issues
1. Beginning of Life. Evolution Stages & End (ad-Dahr 76)
2. Purpose of Creation of Mankind & Who Created it (an-Naba 79)
3. Difference between Creator & Creatures Comparative Study
(an-Naziat 80)
4. Law of Conservation of Matter (al-Infitaar 82)
5. Balance (al-Mutafafin 83)
6. Development of Reproductive Organs (Embryology, at-Tariq 86)
7. Education (al-Alaq 96)

D. Concepts
1. Selflessness and sincere effort to get reward in life hereafter
(Qaf 50)
2. Seeking pleasures of Allah (Madat Allah) as the mission of professionalism.
(al-Mujadila 58)
3. Human Responsibility. (al-Hashr 59)
4. Ways of Communication, Involvement of Society. (al-Jamu’a 62)
5. Concepts of Holiday. (al-Jamu’a 62)
6. Real Enemy. (at-Tagabun 64)
7. Purpose of Human Life. (al-Mulk 67)
8. Stages of Creation/ End of time. (al-Qiyamat 75)
9. Accountability

E. Aspects of Behavior
1. Voluntary services
2. Significance of Oath. It’s Contents (al-Mumtahana 60)
3. Strait forwardness, Confrontation. (as-Saff 61)
4. Hypocrisy. (al-Munafiqun 63)
5. Cleanliness, Personal Hygiene, Water, Sanitation. (al-Muddaththir 74)
6. Decision Impact on Human life. (al-Mursalat 77)
7. Difference Ethically Up Right & Wicked People. (al-Lail 92)
8. How to be Thankful (al-Adiyat 100)
9. How to respond to Favors. (at-Takasur 102)
10. Ways of Salvation, good deeds, truth, Patience. (al-Asr 103)
11. How to become thankful (al-Quraish 106)
12. Moral Decay, Why? & Relief Services and Intention for Social Welfare
(al-Ma’oon 107)
13. Exultation on Victory (an-Nasr 110)
14. Hostility to the persons and attitude all ways becoming serious obstruction in the progress of an Ethical Society. (al-Lahab 111, al-Akhlas 112)

F. Skills
1. Importance of Pen. (al-Qalam 68)
2. Pure Guidance. (al-Haqqa 69)
3. Education & (Ignorance) (al-Alaq 96)
4. Awareness (Ignorance) (al-Alaq 96)
5. Knowledge (Ignorance) (al-Alaq 96)

G. Ethical Virtues and Vices
1. Tsunami (at-Tahrim 66)
2. Role of History in human ethics (al-Ma’arij 70)
3. Drowning – Aspherxical Death (Tsunami) (Nuh 71)
4. Accountability (at-Takwir 81, al-Zilzal 99)
5. Creation, Perfection, Destiny & Guidance from where and how to mankind
(al-A’la 87)
6. Backbiting, Slandering & Impact on Character (al-Hmazah 104)
7. Who is Mighty & Why? (Difference of Khalq & Amar) (al-Fil 105)

H. Bio Ethical Issue
1. Persecution & Human Right (al-Barooj 85)
2. Embryological Development of Reproductive System. (at-Tariq 86)

I. Some Common & Popular Myth
1. Ghost. Super Natural & Sprits (al-Jinn 72)
2. Telepathy, Horoscope, Hypnosis, Psychological Treatments.
(al-Falaq 113, an-Nas 114)
3. E.S.P (al-Falaq 113, an-Nas 114)
4. Telepathy (al-Falaq 113, an-Nas 114)
5. Talismans (al-Falaq 113, an-Nas 114)

SELECTED READING
• Tafheem-ul-Qur’an Vol–VI (Maulana Abul A’la Maududi)
• Tafseer Ibne Kaseer (Hafiz Emaad-ud-Din)
• Mar’arif ul Qur’an (Maulana Mufti Muhammad Shafi )
• Tadabur ul Qur’an (Maulana Amin Ahsan Islahee)
• Nazria Taqamul (Ahmed Bashmil)


SCHEME OF STUDY
1. Lecture hours: 2 contact hours every week i.e. 28 contact hours in one semester, credit hours value: 2
2. One hour every week 14 hours in one semester, credit hour value:1
3. Weightage in yearly award scheme: 100 marks

TEACHING METHODOLOGY
1. Interactive teaching
2. Lectures
3. Group Discussions
4. Assignments
5. Class presentation
6. Tutorials and seminars
7. Evening forum for Tajweed and study of selected Qur’anic passages
8. Handouts
9. Person to person contact
10. Training of the trainers
11. Modular system
12. Incorporation of ideology in the subject matter
13. Regular evaluation, surveys and Feedback

SELECTED READING FOR ALL PROFESSIONS
• Tafheem-ul-Qur’an Vol–I to VI (Maulana Abul A’la Maududi)
• Tafseer Ibne Kaseer (Hafiz Emaad-ud-Din)
• Mar’arif ul Qur’an (Maulana Mufti Muhammad Shafi )
• Tadabur Qur’an (Maulana Amin Ahsan Islahee)
• Nazria Taqamul (Ahmed Baashmil)
• Evolution Theory (Harun Yahya)
• Islami Ikhlaqiat (PIMA)
• Ijtihaad aur Ausaf-e-Mujtahid (Maulana Gohar-ur-Rahman)
• Istillahat-e-Hadith ( )
• Islam Ka Tashreeae Nizam (Mustafa Saibaaee)
• Fiqh wa Sunnah (Asim Al Haddad)
• Islam Criminal Law (Chief Justice Abdul Qadri Awdah)
• Tafheem ul Masail (Maulana Gohar-ur-Rahman)
• Donation from Pharmaceutical Companies in Islamic Perspective
(PIMA)
• Right to Diew (Moot ka Kanooni Haq by Dr. Ata-ur-Rehman June 1999 Tarjaman-ul-Qur’an
• Report of Seminar on Organ Transplant (Islamic Research Institute (IIU) Islamabad)

SELECTED READINGS
1. The Qur’an Basic Teachings- T.B lrving etal
2. Four Basic terms of the Qur’an – Sayed Mawdudi
3. The way to the Qur’an – JgyeN nYEs
4. Hadith & Sunnah – Da’ wah Academy
5. Fiqh al - sunnah – M. Asim al- Haded
6. Adab-e-Zindagi – Yousaf Islahi
7. Rah-e- Amal – Jalil Ahsan
8. Muhsin –I – Insaniyat – Naeem Siddiqi
9. Muhammad-e-Arabi – Inayat Ullay

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