Arbitration in Conflict

By: Dr Muhammad Shahbaz Manj  

Today world is facing various kinds of disputes and conflicts. It has an excessive need to resolve these conflicts, in order to establish peace and harmony within the humanity. Different efforts are being made to achieve the goal of tranquility and synchronization in this regard. Sirah of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) is a valuable mean to contribute on the subject. This study provides a comprehensive look into Prophet Muhammad’s conduct on arbitration in conflicts. It concludes that Prophet Muhammad had unique approach and techniques to resolve disputes and conflicts. It come to light the dynamics and prospective of Sirah to resolve the present day conflicts and clashes within Muslims and Muslim and none Muslim communities of the world.

Arbitration, Conflict, Resolution, Attitude, Prophet, Muhammad, Contribution, Humanity, World, Today
Religious Foundations
Paper Presentation in a Themed Session

Dr Muhammad Shahbaz Manj

Assistant Professor, Islamic & Arabic Studies, University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan, Pakistan
Punjab, Pakistan

Dr Muhammad Shahbaz Manj did his PhD from Punjab University Lahore, Pakistan. He has more than twenty years teaching /research experience. He is working as full time faculty member at University of Sargodha since september 2009. Previously he has been working as lecturer in Islamic studies in Higher Education department, Govt. of the Punjab, Pakistan. He is supervising M Phil & PhD scholars in their research work in the area of Islamic and Religious Studies for last ten years. 2 PhD and more than 30 M Phil Scholars have awarded degrees under his supervision. He has published 7 books and more than 50 research papers in the relevant field. He has attended and prsesented paper in more than twenty national and Iternational conferences. Along with diiiferent HEC regognised and other journals, his writings are beaing apeared continuosly on different websites of outstanding status. He can speak, read and write English, Arabic, Urdu and Punajbi languages.