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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 7918-7926

Islamic Concept Of Forest Preservation And Its Contemporary Significance

Dr. Saeed Ul Haq Jadoon, Dr. Muhammad Fayaz, Dr. Aminullah Assistant, Dr. Salih ud Din, Dr.Muhammad Nawaz, Muhammad Imtiaz, Dr.Najmul Hasan.


The importance of forests cannot be denied. In the modern scientific era, where science and technology are developed, there are many problems of climate change and environmental pollution. Forestry is very important to deal with these Challenges. Today governments are aware of forests and are enacting laws to ensure the protection of forests, but Islam has informed the importance of forests and its protection centuries before today. The Prophet ﷺ has encouraged planting trees and has described the virtues of planting trees, which can be used to estimate the need for planting trees among people. In this way, the Prophet ﷺ forbade the cutting of trees in Medina, which indicates the prohibition of unnecessary cutting of forests.
Today, deforestation is a daily routine in our society, which is having a very bad impact on the environment and climate. Studying Islamic teachings to prevent deforestation is an important need of the hour. Keeping this need in mind, this research paper has researched Islamic teachings regarding forest conservation.

Key words: forest preservation, contemporary significance, climate change, environmental pollution, Islamic concept.

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