Wed, Dec 20 2023 12:37 PM

Working Capital Financing

By: Assistant Professor Abdul Qahar Azizi, Farhad Wahidi, Tasal Habib Abstract Financing of Working Capital is a share facility of both conventional and Islamic banking systems. Both banks provide this type of financing; however, in a different manner. The difference is interest or usury. Interest is the basic foundation for conventional banks, while Islamic banks prohibit it.

Wed, Dec 20 2023 12:22 PM

Naming Child: A fundamental right of Juvenile

By: Assistant Professor Abdul Qahar Azizi Abstract Children are entitled to a set of fundamental rights. No one can deprive children. Naming a child is one of the child’s rights. A child is entitled to having a name upon birth; even a fetus is entitled to the right either. In both cases, whether a fetus is born alive, or immediately dies within the postnatal period has the right to have a name.

Sun, Dec 17 2023 11:25 AM

Islamic Finance for Sustainable Development Goals in Afghanistan

By: Abdul Rahman Saafi Abstract Achieving sustainable development goals through Islamic Finance (IF) is a cornerstone for development in Afghanistan. The purpose of this study is to investigate the connection between IF objectives and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), and to suggest market-based solutions to sustainable development challenges faced by the country.

Sun, Oct 22 2023 2:41 PM

Masculinity as a term of Judgment; a comparative study between Islam, Common Law and Civil Law legal systems

By: Assistant Professor Abdul Qahar Azizi Abstract Judgment is the fundamental legal method of conflict resolution. It is widely regarded as the best recourse for healing disputes and disagreements in the three following legal systems: Islam, Common Law, and Civil Law. One characteristic of debatable necessity for the proper execution of judgment is that of masculinity. Islamic scholars have three main ideas regarding masculinity. The majority of scholars consider masculinity an indispensable. Conversely, Ibn Jareer Tabari opines that the masculine is not required as a condition of proper judgment in any case. Hanafi scholars, taking a more centrist view, state that masculinity is only necessary in judging fixed crimes, which under Hodod include such acts as adultery, robbery, the drinking of wine, the false accusation of a man or woman for adultery, and under Qisas deliberate murder; however, the ruler is considered guilty as he appoints a woman as judge.

Tue, Oct 10 2023 9:47 AM

To Investigate the Nutritional and Economic Value of Buckwheat in order to Popularization the Cultivation of it in the Country

By: Researcher Mohammad Monir Naziry Abstract This scientific paper discusses the economic and nutritional value of the buckwheat plant. Sowing buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) is a valuable, widely cultivated cereal crop, the cultivation of which has great economic importance. Buckwheat is a highly nutritious whole grain that many people consider to be a superfood. Among its health benefits, buckwheat may improve heart health, promote weight loss, and help manage diabetes. Buckwheat is a good source of protein, fiber, and energy.

Wed, Oct 04 2023 12:42 PM

Paratext or the brilliance of text and marketing

By: Asstt.Prof. Hemayatullah Khad Abstract You may have beautified many things in business and generally in many aspects of life for the purpose of marketing to shine and attract the viewer's eye and attention. The text also attracts readers with its special shows. Although in academic and literary writings, the content is more important than the aesthetic aspect, and its requirement is academic, cultural, literary richness and value, but the more the valuable subject is brilliant and decorated, the more the society will digest and accept it with interest.

Tue, Sep 26 2023 10:06 AM

Swatnama in the Light of Contemporary Features of Travelogue

‌By: Junior Assistant Professor Hemayatullah Khad Abstract Life is a journey, and each alive person is passenger on this trip. Some are going in dry desert, and some others enjoys from their travel by siting and spending time in green, cool and water-rich environment. The journey of life is accompanied by joy, colors, pain and sorrow, relaxation and affliction.

Mon, Sep 25 2023 10:59 AM

Saeed in the circle of content and form of his Dewan

By: Junior Ass. Prof. Hemayatullah Khad  Abstract: In our classic history of literature, we had excellent writer’s poets that unfortunately till now their different side of lives are unclear and, also there is no accurate information about their place and time of living and their tribe. As we said that periods of literature we had outstanding writer and poet whom wrote many books and title but we just know their names or we know about simple of their work. In classic history of Pashto literature Saeed is also one of excellent and prominent poet because of social disorders, we do not have accurate source without his Dewan to know about him.

Sun, Sep 24 2023 11:09 AM

Role of Gulf countries Pashtun residents in the evaluation of Pashto literature

By: Junior Ass. Prof. Hemayatullah Khad  Abstract: Athenaeums and cultural persons have substantial contribution in evaluation of Pashto literature. When the black gold (oil reserves) discovered in Gulf countries, so seventies and eighties of the twentieth century and the different parts of Pakhtunkhwa groups of Pashtuns’ went to the Gulf countries.