احتساب کے مقاصد، طریقہ کار اور اس کی افادیت سیرت النبی کی روشنی میں ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVES, PROCEDURES AND ITS EFFECTIVENESS IN THE LIGHT OF THE SEERAH

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Parveen Faqir Muhammad
Dr. Abdul Rashid Qadri
Ahmad Saeed

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The history of accountability is as old as that of man himself. "Accountability of one's children, family, society and past and future generations are the scopes of this process from which no individual is exempt. When Iblis disobeyed the command of Allaah, he was obeyed. Since time immemorial, when these scriptures continued to be distorted and edited, the process of accountability also slowed down, and in almost all religions, such sections came into existence which began to consider themselves above accountability and the distortion and amendment gave them a lot of protection. The system of thought and action that Islam has given to the world of humanity is perfect in every respect. Accountability is also a part of this system. It is clear from Islamic teachings that the establishment of collective justice is impossible without absolute accountability. In the beginning, the person of the Holy Prophet was the center of the system of justice and accountability. There were also judges. The combination of these two responsibilities within the comprehensive and multifaceted position of Prophet Hood is another beautiful aspect of the completeness and comprehensiveness of the benefactor of humanity . The objectives, procedures and effectiveness of accountability will be mentioned in the light of the Prophet's life so that the issues of accountability can be improved from a modern perspective.

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Faqir Muhammad, P., Abdul Rashid Qadri , D., & Saeed , A. (2023). احتساب کے مقاصد، طریقہ کار اور اس کی افادیت سیرت النبی کی روشنی میں : ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVES, PROCEDURES AND ITS EFFECTIVENESS IN THE LIGHT OF THE SEERAH. Mirpur Islamicus Journal of Religious and Social Studies, 1(2), 1–11. Retrieved from http://mirpurislamicus.com/index.php/mirpurislamicus/article/view/31
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