Journal of Religious and Social Studies http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss <p style="margin: 0in; margin-bottom: .0001pt;"><em><strong>Journal of Religious and Social Studies-JRSS</strong></em> is an open-access, triple-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scholarly Articles of Religious and Social Studies. The journal publishes original and reviewed research articles and book reviews related to Islamic sciences to promote the flow of ideas, exchange, and discussion of research findings. </p> <p style="margin: 0in; margin-bottom: .0001pt;"><em><strong>JRSS</strong></em> strives to contribute to academic inquiries by positioning Religious sciences as its main focus and encouraging its contributors to comprehensively consider the different facets of Religious and Social Studies. Contributions are encouraged and welcomed from Pakistan and international academics in Religious and Islamic theology, philosophy, sociology, jurisprudence, contemporary studies, comparative religion, spirituality, Qur’anic and Sunnah studies, Religious history, and art, Psychology with religious perspectives, socio-economic problems, socio-religious paradigms and reviews of most recently published books.</p> <p style="margin: 0in; margin-bottom: .0001pt;"><em><strong>JRSS</strong></em> aims to provide a forum for the study of religious and religious societies in a global context with added focus on the Pakistan region. It also encourages interdisciplinary studies of the Islamic world that are cross-national and comparative to encourage interaction among academics from relevant and various traditions of learning.</p> <p style="margin: 0in; margin-bottom: .0001pt;"><em><strong>JRSS</strong></em> publishes at least two volumes per year. Journal items are published collectively, as part of an issue with a table of contents. Special issues of the journal will be also published and are overseen by guest editors, accordingly.</p> <p style="margin: 0in; margin-bottom: .0001pt;">​Please, refer to the guidelines before submission in the <a href="http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss/style-guide">Style Guide</a>. For more information visit <a href="http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss/guidelines-for-authors">Authors Guidelines</a>.</p> School of Religious and Social Studies -PSRSS, Satiana Road, Faisalabad (38000), Pakistan. en-US Journal of Religious and Social Studies 2789-0317 Muhammad (ﷺ): The Emancipator of Humanity http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss/article/view/38 <p>A review of the following English Edited book:</p> <p>Farooq, Yasir (2022). <em>Muhammad (ﷺ): The Emancipator of Humanity</em>. School of Religious and Social Studies: Faisalabad, 288 pp.</p> Muhammad Zahid Zaheer Iqbal Copyright (c) 2022 The authors can retain copyright under the CC-BY-NC licence. However, author have to sign a form agreeing to the publication of their article under the CC-BY-NC licence. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ 2022-06-30 2022-06-30 2 01 Jan-Jun 79 82 10.53583/jrss.v02i01.06.2022 An Evaluation of Professional Integrities in Contemporary Business Modes and Islamic Models http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss/article/view/33 <p>The purpose of this study is to explore the relevance of business ethics in the contemporary world in the light of the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and to find an enforcement mechanism for Prophetic business ethics. Current literature available on Islamic business ethics was reviewed to identify the relevance of Prophetic business ethics to modern business. In the final analysis, it is concluded that Islamic ethics are unique because they are based on the unity of Allah and accountability in the hereafter. Moreover Islamic concept of brotherhood justifies observance of ethical standards uniformly in all circumstances. Prophetic business ethics are based on the principles of lawful and un-lawful which restrict human activities to be squandered in the wrong direction. Prophetic business ethics are based on all good and the creation of an environment that is based on mutual benefit and care. The fear and love of Allah and sense of accountability in the hereafter is the real enforcement of ethics in individuals as well as in society. The findings highlighted in the article propose a collective effort to enhance ethical business activities among Muslims.</p> Amir Hayat Muhammad Tariq Ramzan Hafiza Sumera Rabia Copyright (c) 2022 The authors can retain copyright under the CC-BY-NC licence. However, author have to sign a form agreeing to the publication of their article under the CC-BY-NC licence. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-05-21 2022-05-21 2 01 Jan-Jun 1 27 10.53583/jrss.v02i01.01.2022 Turbaning of Amina Yusuf Garba as Tambarar Binji: A Gender Narrative in Nigeria http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss/article/view/36 <p>The paper examines the epic turbaning of Amina Yusuf Garba as Tambarar Binji and the promises it holds for women folks in the Muslim north and non-Muslim women in Nigeria. It notes that the event which occurred on the 26<sup>th</sup> February 2022 was first of its kinds in the recent history of northern Nigeria and the Sokoto caliphate in particular.&nbsp; Generally and traditionally, women even before the Jihad of 1804 are perceived to be held to utmost seclusion which is to have very serious effect on the ambitious few. However, Amina’s experience in recognition of her contributions to girl child education and the general development of her people&nbsp; appears to drawn a new curtain that society&nbsp; now appreciates and recognizes outstanding personalities irrespective of religion and sex. The paper therefore, concludes by charging women in the north and beyond to explore and grab the opportunities brought about by the event in the struggle for the changing plight of female.</p> Godwin Onuh Odeh Arshad Munir Copyright (c) 2022 The authors can retain copyright under the CC-BY-NC licence. However, author have to sign a form agreeing to the publication of their article under the CC-BY-NC licence. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ 2022-05-29 2022-05-29 2 01 Jan-Jun 28 38 10.53583/jrss.v02i01.02.2022 Halal Purchasing Patterns of Muslim Consumers in Linxia http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss/article/view/34 <p>This paper aims to look at the Halal purchasing patterns of Muslim consumers in Linxia, so the opportunities and the challenges in the Halal industry can be identified. The findings show that future market demands and Halal industry-related competitive opportunities are the main motivators for China to take significant regulatory, trade, and industrial support initiatives to strengthen its status as a Halal hub. The proposal and implementation of the "One Belt and One Road" strategy make China have closer ties with Southeast Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and other regions and more frequent trade exchanges, thus bringing unprecedented development opportunities and impetus to the domestic halal industry, but it also faces many challenges and has many problems. In the new era, Chinese halal enterprises should take the northwest region as the center, the food industry as the core, firmly grasp the development opportunities in various ways, and promote the rapid development of the halal industry. The findings of this study may assist government policymakers in identifying concerns that need to be addressed in order to encourage industry participants to embrace halal practices. This research adds to the growth of information on the obstacles and benefits of halal certification adoption in China.</p> Maoqin Guo Betania Kartika Aizat Jamaludin Copyright (c) 2022 The authors can retain copyright under the CC-BY-NC licence. However, author have to sign a form agreeing to the publication of their article under the CC-BY-NC licence. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2022-06-13 2022-06-13 2 01 Jan-Jun 39 48 10.53583/jrss.v02i01.03.2022 An Appraisal of Political and Legal Rights of Non-Muslims in Pakistan http://ejrss.com/index.php/jrss/article/view/39 <p><em>Islamic society, which is based on justice and peace, gives all rights</em> <em>to each community living within its legal and juridical limits. It has been observed in seerat al-Nabi (PBUH) that, non-Muslims were given full rights to</em> <em>building their temples and they were also free to </em><em>worship </em><em>according to their religious ways and thoughts. Holy Prophet (PBUH) allowed them to perform their</em> <em>religious customs in their towns as they wish but within the limit of Islamic terms and conditions which were </em><em>imposed in different agreements (i.e. Misaq e Madinah)</em><em>. In the present era, as we are living in multi-cultural and multi religions, there is much confusion about whether non-Muslims should be allowed or not for these acts. There is a great discussion between classical Islamic scholars. They think not to be allowed, although if necessary they should be bond in special terms and conditions. In a certain situation, there is a second opinion that allows Muslim statesman</em> <em>to give non-Muslims their religious liberty and allow them to build their temples in their areas under the</em> <em>need of circumstances. This</em> <em>article deals with both views and signifies the</em> <em>correct one</em><em> in the light of seerat al-Nabi (PBUH) and presents various charters i.e. UNO charter.</em></p> Zahid Farooq Alam Khan Copyright (c) 2022 The authors can retain copyright under the CC-BY-NC licence. However, author have to sign a form agreeing to the publication of their article under the CC-BY-NC licence. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ 2022-07-11 2022-07-11 2 01 Jan-Jun 49 62 10.53583/jrss.v02i01.04.2022