Political, Social and Historical Implications of the Covenants of the Prophet

Authors

  • Muhammad Shahbaz Ph.D. Scholar, Department of Islamic and Arabic Studies, University of Sargodha.
  • Dr. Hafiz Jamshed Akhtar Lecturer, Department of Islamic Studies, Ghazi University D.G.Khan
  • Dr. Hafiz M Hassan Ubaid Assistant Professor(V) , Department of Islamic and Arabic Studies, University of Sargodha.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36755/iqan.142.2021-pp:14-23

Keywords:

Covenant, contract, oath.

Abstract

Islam places great emphasis on fulfilling its promises and whether these agreements are personal or collective, economic or trade, peace and ceasefire or for the establishment and survival of law and order both morally and legally. Passing them is unnecessary and necessary. The blessed life of the Holy Prophet is not the best growth for the survival and security of the whole world. Even before his enlightenment, he prevented the Arabs from fighting among themselves and taught them peace and security. As a child, he tried his best for peace. The Qur'an uses synonyms for covenant, word of mouth, covenant, oath, or oath and obligation. In Urdu literature, the word covenant and agreement is used for a solemn promise to be made in writing between two persons or two different groups.

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Published

2021-12-26

How to Cite

Muhammad Shahbaz, Akhtar, D. H. J., & Ubaid, D. H. M. H. (2021). Political, Social and Historical Implications of the Covenants of the Prophet. ĪQĀN, 4(01), 14–23. https://doi.org/10.36755/iqan.142.2021-pp:14-23

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