MWL Pakistan organized a significant meeting to discuss and share feedback on the book titled "Constitution of Medina and the Concept of Welfare State." The intellectual sitting brought together esteemed researchers and scholars, creating a platform for in-depth discussions and reflections on the book's various aspects.
The meeting was graced by the presence of Dr. Hassan Mohi ud Din Qadri, the author of the book, who actively participated in the discussions. Along with the executive team of MWL the gathering also included researchers and scholars, such as Dr. Shahida Mughal, Dr. Shazia Butt, Dr. Javeria Hassan, PhD scholars Ume Habiba Ismail and Lubna Mushtaq, and Islamic Scholar Ayesha Shabbir.
The participants collectively provided remarkable feedback on various aspects of the book:
The collective sentiment in the house was an appreciation for the unique title of the book. Then the discussions in the house delved into the extensive range of subjects covered in the book and acknowledged the book's comprehensive approach to understanding the Constitution of Medina and its implications.
The meeting explored how the book effectively compared the Constitution of Medina with other constitutions and highlighted the strengths and distinctiveness brought out through these comparisons.
The house shared recognition of the significance of translating Arabic texts into English legal terminology. The collective sentiment was that this approach contributed to framing the Medinan charter as a constitution, adding a valuable layer to the book's academic depth. The house collectively acknowledged the book's role in providing an actual framework for an Islamic democratic state and recognized the book's potential impact on shaping future discourse.
The meeting concluded with a sense of intellectual enrichment, as scholars and researchers collectively acknowledged the profound impact of "Constitution of Medina and the Concept of Welfare State." The collective feedback highlighted the book's academic rigor, unique contributions, and its potential to shape scholarly discourse on political governance.