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Mizan (English: balance, scale, Urdu: ميزان‎) is a comprehensive treatise on the contents of Islam, written by Javed Ahmad Ghamidi, a Pakistani Islamic scholar. It is published in Urdu by Al-Mawrid Institute of Islamic Sciences. The book is also available in the form of different booklets. The book has also been published in English language in Renaissance Islamic Journal. Javed Ahmed Ghamidi wrote a summary of this book in the form of a small book named "Al-Islam". Dr. Saleem Shehzad translated "Mizan" and "Al-Islam" into English as "Islam: A Comprehensive Introduction" and "Islam: A Concise Introduction" respectively.[1]


Published by: Dar-ul-Ishraq


  • Framework of Islam [5]
  • Beliefs
    • The Basic Premise of Religion [6]
      • The Essence of Faith [7]
    • Belief in God: His Being [8]
      • Attributes of God [9]
      • The Dealings and Practices of God [10]
    • Belief in the Angels [11]
    • Belief in the Prophets [12]
      • Some Traits of the Prophets [13]
      • Some Issues pertaining to Prophethood [14]
    • Belief in Divine Books [15]
    • Belief in the Hearafter [16]
      • The Signs and Events of the Day of Judgement [17]
      • The Phases and Abodes of the Day of Judgement [18]
  • Morals and morality [19]

The Book

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