• Spirng 2019
    Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)

    Alhamdu Lillah, the first issue of AMJRT is being presented here with a diversity of articles. We have received 16 odd papers and 10 of these are finally selected for the first issue on behalf of national and foreign blind peer reviews. The Urdu section contains 7 papers. The first paper is by Hafiz Waqas khan entitled, “Ideological Challenges of Atheism to the Muslim Societies and their Solutions from Islamic Perspective”. The second paper is, “Reformation of Moral Philosophy and its foundation in Sīrah of the Prophet Muḥammad (ﷺ)”, by Hafiz Muhammad Shariq. The third paper is, “Ethical Vices in Divine Books: A Comparative Study in the Light of Islamic Teachings”, by Dr. Abdul Hameed Arain. The fourth paper is, “Islamic Philosophy of Fundamental Rights of Non-Muslim Minorities: A Qur’ānic Perspective”, by Mr. Muhammad Muddassar. The fifth paper is, “Sources of Qur’ānic Narrates of Syedah Mariam (AS) (A Critical Analysis of the Orientalistic Approach”, by Dr. Muhammad Tayyib Usmani. The sixth paper is, “Critiques of Fr. Zakaria Boutros on Noble Sīrah of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ: A Scholarly Review”, by Mr. Saeed ul Haq Jadoon & Dr. Saeed ul Rehman. The seventh paper is, “Understanding the Importance of Consensus in Islamic Schools of Thought: Overview in the Context of Pakistan”, by Dr. Samina Nasir.

    The English and Arabic sections contain a total of three papers. The eighth paper is in Arabic Language and entitled, “Christian Monasticism and Islamic Mysticism and its Impact on Various Aspects of Human Life: An Analysis from Islamic Perspective”, by Mr. Muhammad Zulqarnain. The ninth paper, which is in English language, is presented by an African scholar, Dr. Nkoberanyi Caroline, entitled, “Christian-Muslim Theological Dialogue: A Case of Catholic Universities in East African Universities”, and the tenth and last paper, which is also in English language, is written by Dr. Riaz Ahmad Saeed, entitled, “Western Parameters of Freedom of Expression: A Critique from Islamic Perspective.”

  • Fall 2019
    Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019)

    Alhamdulillah, after much appreciated reception of its first issue, the second issue of Al-Milal is presented here. The current issue covers diverse range of topics. Initially, we had received 19 articles within the due date. The articles were chosen as per their relevance with the scope of journal after the desk review process, and then these were forwarded for the final review for publishing. The 10 articles included in this volume are selected after the due improvements and feed back of two national and one international referees. We are grateful to our fellow researchers who contributed with their valuable research and hope that their cooperation will continue in future.

  • Spring 2020
    Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)

    Al-Milal started its new year with a sad bit of news, the passing away of an important Pakistani scholar, Madam Darakhshan ‘Azam (d. late 2019) who had been fighting cancer for a few years now. Besides her vast teaching and research experience in Comparative Religion at IIUI, she was a sincere advisor and pioneer reviewer of our journal. May Allah guide her to the highest of stations in His heavens!

    We would like to share some of our achievements this year.  The January to June Issue of the journal (2020) is in your hands. One of the prominent features of this issue is that it has been finalized following instructions of HEC for X-Category Recognition, employing all relevant research guidelines and criteria, reviewing policy during its compilation. In addition, Al-Milal has received approval from more than 10 renowned indexing agencies, among which the attainment of Crossref's DOI number is note-worthy.

    Of the 31 research articles received for this issue, Al-Milal is publishing 15 national and international researchers’ the most imperative and diverse articles. It contains 6 English, 2 Arabic, and 7 Urdu articles. The selection of these articles was carried out according to HEC’s defined standards as well as in the light of internal and external feedback and other scientific and technical consideration.