Al-’Ulūm covers all areas of Islamic Studies in three languages: Urdu, English, and Arabic. It intends to achieve good international reputation among scholarly Journals. The journal also intends to bring out special issues on different themes from time to time. Al-’Ulūm will attract eminent scholars and thinkers of National and International repute.

Al-’Ulūm is an interdisciplinary journal of peer-reviewed research and informed opinion on the various issues of Islamic Thought. Its potential readers include scholars, practitioners, religious leaders, policy makers, journalists and commoners. Intellectually rigorous yet accessible and practical, it will provide an influential outlet for original scholarship in social sciences, law and humanities, as well as a lively forum for research from Islamic perspectives.