تحریکی سیرتی ادب اورمعجزات نبویہ ﷺکی تعبیرات ۔ اختصاصی مطالعہ
The movemental Seerat literature and interpretations of the Holy Prophet's PBUH miracles, a special study
In the twentieth century, with the spirit of regaining exaltation in the present world, many Islamic movements came into existence, i.e., Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Muslim brotherhood) from Egypt, Ripha Party from Turkey, Nazha-tul-Islam from Tunisia, the Intifada movement from Palestine and Jammat-a-Islami from the Sub-continent, etc. These movements differed from previous Islamic movements in terms of nature, structure, procedure, and strategy. Therefore, the founding fathers and chosen members of these movements—for the purposes of training their workers and spreading their ideologies among the masses—wrote about all topics of Islam, especially Seerat-un-Nabi (PBUH), from a modern perspective. As Seerat-un-Nabi (PBUH) was interpreted from a modern point of view in this struggle, this is named "Movemental Seerat Literature". In this article, in addition to describing the general attitude towards the "Miracles of the Prophet" in the subcontinent's Movemental Seerat Literature, the two frequent and well-known miracles of the Prophet (SAW), "Journey to the Ascension" and "Shaq al-Qamar" (split into two parts of the moon), have also been specifically studied.
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