Social Welfare during the Corona Era: A research study in the light of Quran & Sunnah

Islamic Sciences

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Title Social Welfare during the Corona Era: A research study in the light of Quran & Sunnah
 
Creator Dr. Ahmed Raza, Dr. Syed Waheed Ahmed
 
Description Coronavirus pandemic started in the last week of February 2020 in Pakistan.  In order to save the people from the Corona epidemic, a complete lockdown has been implemented across the country. All offices, educational institutions, transport and other sectors were closed. Only grocery and medical stores were allowed to operate. The government of Pakistan, the provincial governments and the country's elites, welfare organizations and religious and political parties have generously helped poor families without distinction of religion, color, race or language. People were provided with necessities, clothes, medicines and other necessities. Seeing the open expression of social welfare in Pakistan during the epidemic sent a good message to the world that the Muslims of Pakistan have an ideal role to play in serving humanity in accordance with the teachings of their religion. In this article, a research study has been done on the trend and effects of social welfare during the Corona era in the context of Islamic law.
 
Publisher Society for Social Sciences and Research Association
 
Date 2021-06-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Identifier http://islamicsciences.org/index.php/islsci/article/view/87
 
Source Islamic Sciences; Vol. 4 No. 1 (2021): Islamic Sciences
2707-7470
2617-9075
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Islamic Sciences
 

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