Inter Personal Relations: An Islamic Perspective
explains the Islamic code of conduct which should govern our social relations. Based on the Qur'an and hadeeth, it instructs extensively in developing such moral and social traits and behavior patterns which invest our social life with peace, harmony, love and joy. It presents before us the Islamic ideals of brotherhood and self development, which are the key to constructing a cordial, happy society. It was first published in Urdu in 1958 and attained a classic status and has been in print ever since. It has been translated into languages of the Sub-Continent. This is the long-awaited first English Translation.
Khurram Murad (1932-1996). Former Director General of the Islamic Foundation (1978-86), he studied civil engineering at the Universities of Karachi (BE 1952) and Minnesota, USA (MS, 1958), and worked as a leading consulting engineer at Karachi, Dhaka, Tehran and Riyadh. Actively involved in the Islamic movement since 1948, he was President, Islami “Jama'at-e-Talabah”, Pakistan (1951-52); a member of the Central Executive, “Jama'at-e-Islami”, Pakistan (1963-96) and Amir of its Dhaka (1963-71) and Lahore (1987-89) branches. He became Na'ib Amir of the Jama'at in 1988 and retained this position until his death in December 1996. Among his 32 published works in English and Urdu are: In the Early Hours: Reflections on Spiritual and Self Development
, Way to the Qur'an
, The Queasier Treasures
, Who is Muhammad (s)
, Gifts from Muhammad (s)
, and Islamic Movement in the West: Reflections on Some Issues
, in addition to a number of books for children. He was appointed editor of the monthly Tarjurnanul Qur'an
in Lahore in 1991 until his death. He was also the founder/editor of the quarterly Muslim World Book Review
in the UK.