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Abuzar Ghaffari - Short Biography

Islamic economy is, to a great extent, based on egalitarian principles which aim at maintaining the equality of man through equitable distribution of wealth, thus eliminating the disparity between the rich and the poor. Islam has struck at the root of the principle of making the rich richer and the poor poorer, which has been followed in the capitalist and imperialist states since times immemorial. It has prevented the exploitation of the poor at the hands of the rich. Islam has evolved its economic principles on such lines as to minimise these disparities and eliminate distinctions in the distribution of human fortunes. The wealthy people are to be heavily taxed through Zakat in order to help the poor and this taxation forms one of the cardinal principles of Islam which no true Muslim can violate. Its denunciation of “interest” and emphasis on the annual payment of Zakat-a religious obligatory tax levied on capital income forming one of the fundamentals of Islam, is an effective step

Ali - The Lion Hearted Short Biography

The Qazi’s court in Medina was packed to its capacity. The Qazi had summoned Hazrat Ali, the Caliph of Islam, to appear in a case filed against him by a Jew who had claimed the Caliph’s armour. The Caliph arrived at the court and stood by the side of the plaintiff without caring about his own exalted position. The claimant produced several witnesses in support of his claim. The learned Qazi, then asked Hazrat Ali if he had to say anything in his defence. Ali replied in the negative. Thereupon the Qazi decided the case in favour of the Jew and awarded the armour to the Jew, which, Ali had actually purchased from him. The Jew was taken aback by the impartial judgement of the Qazi and returned the armour to the Caliph saying that the illustrious Caliph had actually purchased the armour from him. He had filed the suit in order to test the impartiality of the Caliph and his courts which had magnifi. cently withstood the test. Hazrat Ali, the Fourth Caliph of Islam, was a versatile genius. F

Uthman Ibn Affan Short Biography

Ibn Saba, a Yemenite Jew converted to Islam, was the moving spirit behind a conspiracy hatched against Hazrat Usman, the third Caliph of Islam, which in reality, aimed at undermining the very foundations of Islam. His later activities proved beyond doubt that his acceptance of Islam was only a mask to cover his evil designs. The storms brewing in Fustat (Cairo), Kufa and Basrah, later burst upon Medina and culminated in the martyrdom of Usman. On smelling the foul play, Amir Muawiya, the Governor of Syria, had begged the Caliph either to move to Damascus or to keep a strong guard for his self-protection. The pious Caliph refused both, saying that he would be the last person to leave the resting place of the Prophet and that he would never like to be guarded at public expense. Hazrat Usman ibn Affan, known as Abu Abd Allah, was born in Makkah. Zunnurain was his epithet of honour as he had married two daughters of the Prophet one after another. He belonged to the Bani Umayyad clan of the

Can Meaning Be Fixed Essay

OUTLINE Introduction It is not possible to fix the meaning Supporting Arguments Understanding of life varies from person to person Failure has different meanings for different persons Every person has his own way of thinking The struggle has multiple meanings Specific meaning and parameter cannot be fixed Meanings of gestures are not the same in the world Meaning of knowledge for a literate and illiterate cannot be equal Money has different meanings for the rich and the poor Meaning of religion is different for a believer and a non-believer Machine means a symbol of progress for scientists a Red color has different meanings Music means food for soul for music lovers but it is a nuisance for others There are different forms of government in different countries Capitalism is a blessing for a few and a curse for others Perception of women is different in different societies Conclusion It is impossible to fix meaning. Different words have different meanings. Thi world is naturally progress

Essay on Illiteracy in Pakistan

OUTLINE Introduction A false idea of literacy Causes of illiteracy Effects of illiteracy Conclusion Illiteracy means the state of a person not knowing how to read or write. It also states the background and the whole set-up of society. Illiteracy is, in fact, a great curse for a country. In developing countries, the literacy rate is low. After partition, Pakistan has to face scarcity of resources. Owing to it every field of life suffered much. As the people were poor, they were mostly illiterate. Then with the passage of time the condition improved. The reliable facts and figures are not available in this regard due to some reasons. As the government gets funds from advanced countries to eradicate illiteracy from the country, it exaggerates its achievements and does not show the actual situation. Then the definition of literate according to the government is defective. A person who can barely read and write a few names is literate in its view. Such literate persons are, in fact, illite

Essay on The Way to Happiness in English

Outline: Introduction Concepts of happiness Sources of happiness Way of thinking Immaterial approach Contentment To live with minimum thing Happiness generates happiness conclusion The axis of human activity is the conquest of happiness but the concept of happiness differs from person to person and consequently the way of their best to accumulate riches by hook or by crook. This source of pleasure does not guarantee inevitable outcomes in the form of happiness and the suicides of wealthy person testify this fact. Authority vouchsafes many pleasures, but at the same time, responsibility subtract may a bliss from the whole thing. Knowledge is power but knowledge is the root of innumerable dissatisfaction. A splendid home is the dream of the great majority but the structures of concrete are two humble to sooth human beings. All these things and many others are essential to some extent for seeking happiness but they are a sure contrivance achieve a compact end. Then what is the

Tolerance Is the Strength of Society Essay

OUTLINE: Introduction Teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) A great virtue Need of tolerance in society Universal brotherhood for a global world Dire need of tolerance in Pakistan Conclusion Tolerance is defined as an attitude of mind which means putting up with other people irrespective of racial, psychological and religious differences. Tolerance is the basic principle of the ideology of Pakistan. Pakistan was achieved in the name of Islam. The Holy Prophet PBUH thought tolerance when hatred and apathy were the order of the day. Tolerance is not a weakness but a virtue par excellence. It can help different races and classes resolve there differences amicably and work together for the welfare of human beings. Man is a social animal. He can not live along. He must depend on others for his survival. He must cooperate and seek help from others. Every affair of his life is strongly connected with other human beings. There is no way for him except that he must live peacef

Essay on Struggle Is Key to Success in English

Outline: Introduction The stages of struggle Lives of great men Determination moves the mountains Right direction of struggle Conclusion According to the Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary, struggle means a hard fight in which people try to obtained or achieve something, especially something that somebody else don’t want them to have. Whenever we embark on a venture, we take stock of our objectives. Then we chalk out the resources and device a method to apply them. In the end, we assess whether the required objectives are achieved or not. This is called the stage of struggle. When an object is pursued systematically and devotedly, the success is the ultimate outcome of a set of organized activities. History is replete with the incidents of achievement of the great men. The main driving force in such ventures was always determination, courage, planning and patience. The lives of great men show that they struggled hard and devotedly to pursue their direction of interest. They even

Essay on Poverty Causes Crimes in English

Outline: Introduction Poverty in Pakistan Poverty and crimes Effects Conclusion The poverty line is the official level of income that is necessary to be able to buy the basic thing you need such as food and clothes and to pay for somewhere to live. According to recent data, 24% population of Pakistan is living under the poverty line. Social crimes are unlawful activities which directly affect the human society. The daily news papers show that our country is worst-hit by heinous crimes. A natural inclination that the people who have less will want to take from choose who have more, establishes a link between poverty and crime. Thus poverty becomes a breeding ground of innumerable vices. A hungry man is an angry man and an angry man can go to any extent for his catharsis. A poverty-stricken person may become a thief, a robber, a pickpocket, a shoplifter, a cheater, drug addict, a gangster, a mercenary killer and a suicide bomber. Unequal distribution of wealth may incite any body to

Essay on My Favorite Personality in English

Outline: Introduction Personal traits Activities Ambitions Conclusion We come across many persons in our life span. Most off them are ignored by us. Some are disliked. And a few are liked due to their personal qualities and like-mindedness. But there is someone whom we like the most. Normally, this is the person with whom we had spent a lot of time. As a student, I got the opportunity of much time in the company of my favourite lecturer Atiqullah. His personality left pleasant and lasting impression on my mind. He has numerous qualities of mind and soul. He is every inch a scholar, every millimeter indeed. He is our lecturer in English. He has a great thirst of knowledge. I not got knowledge from him but also love of knowledge which persuaded me to seek maximum education in my favourite subject. He helps everyone in every possible way. He takes keen interest in sorrows and joys of others. He is the head of students counseling service. All the students like to remain in his company.

Essay on Importance of Knowledge in Life

Outline: Introduction Source of knowledge Value of knowledge Importance of knowledge Conclusion Knowledge is the information, understanding and skills that we gain through education or experience. We study books, observe things and carefully watch different happenings around us and gain knowledge. Knowledge of every kind is beneficial for the development of life on the earth. Books, newspapers and other material in print form is a main source of every knowledge. Observation, experience and practical communication are other valuable sources of knowledge. Knowledge is not the property of the rich. No class has its monopoly over it. Anyone who perseveres in this endeavour may excel the others. It is not a thing to be bought with riches. Like wealth or beauty, it does not drop in value by time. The great invention of science and discoveries which benefited human being out of proportion are the direct result of knowledge. Only knowledge made innumerable things possible which no amount o

Essay on Politics in Pakistan in English

Outline: Introduction Indigenous background of Politics A sordid business A fatal game Politics and the youth Conclusion Politics are the activities involved in getting and using power in public life, and being able to influence decision that effect a country or a society. Since the creation of Pakistan, Politics in Pakistan remained the sphere of feudal lords. They performed well with the votes of their agriculturally-dependent employees. Then the industrialists entered this arena. Most of the politicians belonged to well-to-do families. If some persons with ordinary background tried to enter politics, they could not survive. Nowadays politics is a costly field for newcomers. First the politician invest huge sum of money in elections and after getting power and authority, they embezzle the government funds and feather their nest to keep the ball rolling in the coming years. And this goes on forever. For this reason, the highest corruption is found in politics and government high-

Essay on Smuggling and Its Effects in English

Outline: Introduction Bad effects of smuggling on society Violence of humanity Conclusion Smuggling means illegal to import or export of goods without the permission of the government and without paying custom duties. It is thus a very serious crime. It harms not one or two persons but injures the welfare of the whole nation. It is a pity that all of us know this still some of us are engaged in this dangerous activity and most of us are encouraging it in one way or another. In a society people are individually and collectively responsible for the welfare of the society. The laws of a county are made to ensure peace and prosperity of the country. If some persons break these laws they are acting against the good of all citizens. A persons however rich he may be can not buy every things he sees in the shops. In the same way a nation cannot import all the things of the world. If Pakistan imports goods from another country it has to pay in gold or goods. Thus what we import depends on th

Essay on Qualities of a Good Leader in English

Outline: Introduction, Personal qualities, Vision, Belief, Courage and fearlessness, Confidence, Ability to make decisions, Conclusion Qualities of a good leader and his leading is a role model for his followers. He must possess some key personal leadership traits that are mandatory to be a leader. He must have a clear vision for his people, situations and circumstances he wishes to change. He be a firm believer in his cause and must believe that his dream will be realized in time. Churchill reputably said, “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” The true leader is willing to do both as the situation requires. He must exhibit calm confidence in all situations. A leader must set an inspirational example to lead his people and constantly motivate the group he is leading. He needs to to understand the group he is leading. If he does not know his people well, he is following the wind. A leader not only identifies his g

The Effect of Smoking on Society Essay

Outline: Introduction Bad effects of smoking Reaction of international community Suggestions Conclusion Generally smoking means to smoke cigarette, though other form of smoking tobacco are also included in it. Smoking is the widest spread habit in our country. It is mostly popular among men but women also smoke Hubble-Hubble and a few enjoy the puffs of a cigarette. The young boys, especially the students, are a great victim of it. There is no doubt that for the time being smoking refreshes the smokers but cigarette have a harmful element called nicotine which is a deadly poison. The doctors warn that smoking is injurious to health. Smoking breeds throat diseases and tuberculosis. It is the basic cause of lung cancer. Smokers commonly suffer from cold, cough and influenza. They also suffer from bad breath. Smoking is also harmful for eyesight and digestive system. Smokers also suffer from loss of memory and dead smokers suffer from heart attack. The clouds of smoke raised by one sm

Essay on Career Choice in English

Outline: Introduction Social trends Forgotten facts Parameters of healthy life Conclusion “If I would be a young man again and had to decide how to make my living. I would not try to become a scientist or scholar or teacher. I would rather choose to be a plumber or a peddler in the hope to find that modest degree of independence still available under present circumstances.” ‘Albert Einstein’ Profession is a type of job that need special training or skill, especially one that needs o high level of education. Likes and dislikes differ from person to person. Choosing a profession is not as simple a thing as its looks like. Different factors attract to diverse directions. It is a common trend in our society that most of the people want to become doctors, engineers, civil servants or military officers. In fact, these are lucrative jobs. Finance and personal liking are two main decisive factors in this regard. Socially financial aspects is overwhelmingly dominant because sound financia

Essay on William Shakespeare in English

Outline: Introduction William Shakespeare Greatest writer in English His work Personal life Shakespeare’s tragedies Acclaim throughout the world Shakespeare’s death Shakespeare was born and raised in Stratford-upon-avon. At the age of 18, he married Anne Hathaway, with whom he had three children. Between 1585 and 1592, he began a successful career in London as an actor, writer and part-owner of a playing company called the Lord Chamberlain’s Men, later known as the King’s Men. He appears to have retired to stratford around 1613, where he died three years later. Shakespeare produced most of his known work between 1589 and 1613. His early plays were mainly comedies and histories, genres he raised to the peak of sophistication and artistry by the end of 16th century. He then wrote mainly tragedies until about 1608, including hamlet, king Lear, othelo, and Macbeth, considered some of the finest work in the English language. And in his last phase, he wrote tragicomedies, also kn