Islamic Research Academy (IRAK)
Académie des recherches islamiques
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Sep 1963, Karachi (Pakistan). Also referred to as Islamic Research Academy Karachi.
Promote serious academic research in aspects of Islam - religion, law, culture and history - so as to bring out the relevance of its teachings to problems that confront mankind in general and Muslims in particular; make treasures of classical Islamic scholarship available to all interested in the study of Islam; promote studies on Muslim countries, in particular on Pakistan; enable wide dissemination of outstanding works on Islamic subjects by contemporary Muslim scholars; prepare and publish books, textbooks and educational documents to enable intelligent laymen to better understand the religion, culture and history of Islam and problems of the contemporary Muslim world; give education a constructive, Islamic basis and content.Available with paid subscription only.
Translation of books from Arabic and English into Urdu and from Urdu into English. Writing of original books in both English and Urdu. Library.
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