Epistemology Jan 2014

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EFFECT OF TECHNOLOGICAL MEDIATED COMMUNICATION ON FACE TO FACE COMMUNICATION
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English

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1-14

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Author(s):

Zoya Saqlain

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The research was conducted to investigate the effect of technology and (TMC) on FTF communication. A survey research was carried out, using questionnaire as a data collection tool to get information about owning devices and time spent on technological mediated communication and their effect on face to face communication. Simple random sampling technique used in the research and sample size (394) drawn from the “Taro Yamane” and respondents were the students of the different departments of the University of the Punjab. Descriptive statistics was applied to check the frequency and percentage of the questions. Linear regression bivariate analysis was run to test the hypothesis. The findings of the present study indicated that a majority of students own devices like mobile phones, computer and laptops but it didn’t affected the lives of the individuals to a large extent negatively in terms of face to face communication but time spent on technological mediated communication has negative effect on face to face communication.

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Face to Face (FTF), Technological mediated communication (TMC)

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Imam Muslim Bin Hajjaj Qushairi: Personality and Biography
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Urdu

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1-15

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Author(s):

Dr Zill e Huma

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Abu al Hussain Asakir-ul-din Muslim Bin Hajjaj Bin Ward Bin Koshan Al-Qusheri Al-Nishpuri commonly known as Imam Muslim. Islamic Scholar, particularly known as a Muhaddith. He is one of the leading scholars and memorizers of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) narrations and Hadiths. His Hadith collection known as Sahih Muslim, is one of the six major Hadith collections and is regarded as one of the two most authentic books of Hadith, alongside Sahih al Bukhari. He was born in Nishapur, Abbasid province of Khorasan. Historians differ as to his date of birth, though it is usually given as 202 AH, 204 AH or 206 AH. The nisbah of “al-Qusheri” signifies Muslim’s belonging to the Arab tribe of Banu Qushair. Imam Muslim’s studied under a great deal of scholars of Hadith and narrated ahadith from numberless people. Among the prominent scholars from whom Imam Muslim narrated ahadith were Yahya Bin YahyaNishapuri, Qutaiba Bin Saeed, Ishaq Bin RahuWayh, Ahmad Bin Hanbal, Saaeed Bin Mansoor, Muhammad Bin Ismail Bukhari and Ahmad Bin Younis. Imam Muslim taught Hadith at Nishapur and many of his students later became famous and rose to prominence in the realm of Hadith. Some of his students were; Abu Eesa Muhammad Bin Eesa Al-Tirmizi, Muhammad Bin Ishaq Khuzaima, Abdul-Rehman Bin AbiHatim, Muhammad Bin Abad Bin Hameed, Ibraheem Bin AbiTalab, Ibrahim Bin Muhammad Bin Sufyan, Yahya Bin Saad, Makki Bin Abdan and Muhammad Bin Mukhlid. Besides “Sihih Muslim” he wrote many other books on Hadith and the most important of which are; Al-Tamyyiz, Kitab-ul-Illal, Kitab-ul-Wahdan, Ktab-ul-Afrad, Kitab-ul-Aqran, Kitab-ul-Muhazarmeen, Kitab-ul-Tabqat and Kitab-ul-Tareekh. He died on 261 AH and buried in Nishapur. The present article deals with the biography and services of Imam Muslim Bin Hajjaj.

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Historical perspective of Torah: Analytical Review
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Urdu

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16-29

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Author(s):

Musfirah Mehfooz, Uzma Safat

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The word which is most commonly used to refer to the content of Jewish religious tradition is "Torah". The basic meanings to "Torah" is instruction, teaching and it is usually used in the specific sence of authoritative or divine teaching. Present study sheds lights upon the preservation and the compliation of "Torah' during critical phases and periods. Along this, the research also highlights the external attacks and several times destructions of Israel by their enemies. Particularly the crucial attack of Banukadnazar,who behaved mercilessly to end Judaism and Torah as well, eventually he e x c i l e d t h e J e w s i n B a u l ( I r a q ) a s prisioners, which was the kingdom of Banukadnazar.In sum, the article has a detailed discussion about the authentication of present Torah in the light of sound historical perspective.

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A Case study:Judaism and International Jewish Economic Network
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Urdu

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30-50

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Author(s):

Hafiza Sabiha Munir

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It is a well known fact that the Jews have always been famous as a nation of plotting, kenning and covetous of power. In their view they have been born to gain supreme authority over the world and it can be done only through economic domination. To achieve this purpose it is necessary that capitalism should be developed in the world and the network of interest-based loans should be spread by arising an artificial economic crisis. To implement these measure practically, different kinds of world bank, multinationals companies and intelligence agencies should be established. Of course the main reason of achieving their presumed goals is to have domination over the world politically and economically.

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Respect For Humanity.(In the Light of Kashf al Mahjoob)
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Urdu

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51-76

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Author(s):

Waqas Ali Haider

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Allah (S.W.T) created human beings as best of all creatures. Both the teachings of Quran &Sunnat-e-Nabviصلى الله عليه وسلم tell us the importance of rights of other fellow beings. The whole life of Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم is a true example of respect for humanity. Many examples of this respect are present in books of hadith &seerah. Saints and Sufis took the responsibility of amenity & guidance of humankind by following the preachings of Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم, his companions and followers. They have to leave their houses and have to face hardships of every type for the sake of this cause. They made amenity, training & service of humanity along with the spreading of religion as their life goal .Usman bin Ali hujwiri is one of the most prominent names in the list of these saints & Sufis who worked day & night for the overhaul of humankind. His holy life & books train us many important lessons. Most significant of them are Fear of Allah, Peace ties, Sacrifice and respect for humankind along with Sufism & spirituality .The purpose of this article is esteem for humankind. Esteem of humankind is fundamental to every religion, race, color and social survival. Mitigation of esteem for humankind from any society can lead to assuagement of humanity in a very short time. Therefore, we will try to cover key topics of esteem for humankind from Quran, Sunnat along with quotes & excerpts from kashf ul mahjoob the composition of Usman bin Ali hujwiri. We will explore how can we benefit ourselves through kashf ul mahjoob to alleviate injustice & malfunction of the society in this tough period. The purpose of this thesis is to build an environment of peace & unity in our country.

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Humanity, Sufis, Sunnat-e-Nabviصلى الله عليه وسلم,Peace,kashf ul mahjoob,Sufism