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Journal of Islamic & Religious Studies (JIRS)

Introduction

The Journal of Islamic & Religious Studies (JIRS) is a double blind peer reviewed, open access journal published bi-annually by University of Haripur. JIRS - Journal of Islamic and Religious Studies is the research journal of the department of Islamic and Religious Studies at the University of Haripur which was established in the year 2010.
The significance of Islamic education has increased to great extent in the modern day world. Many religious and spiritual issues have become complex for a common man. Answers to these and many other such issues can only be sought in pure and practical research in Islamic education.

With these vital goals and sacred objectives the department of Islamic and Religious studies has launched its research journal named, ‘JIRS - Journal of Islamic and Religious Studies’. JIRS is meant to facilitate its research scholars in creating a comprehensive and global understanding of Islam. JIRS aims to address the modern day issues in the light of the true teachings of Islam. JIRS aims to promote scholarly research on contemporary issues and complexities of modern day world in addition to the orthodox approach of research.
One of the basic aims of the Journal of Islamic and Religious Studies is to develop a close linkage between the intellectuals and a common man of the society with the help of scholarly research.