Extremism has been defined as a quality of human beings contrary to patience, tolerance and moderation which are the qualities universally recognized as hall mark of a decent and reasonable person: Islamic teachings are so clear and manifest in this regard, that its very little literally means, peace.
According to Quran, Islam is a faith of moderation and Muslims are demanded to be patient and to exercise self control in the state of anger.
Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) demonstrated extra ordinary compassion, understanding & forgiveness in dealing with all human beings including his arch-enemies, and persecutors.
The paper describes in detail the teachings of Quran and the Prophet (P.B.U.H) in relation to intolerance and extremism and conclusively argues that the moderation is the hall-mark of the teachings of Prophet (P.B.U.H).
Basically, land reforms are essential for distribution of land. These reforms can entail several economic and social benefits. Land reforms are always formulated to devise a strategy for better production, they alleviate poverty and increase agricultural development. In Pakistan, feudal system causes several problems such as functional inequality, poverty and food insecurity which in turn become barriers in economic development. These problems lead to a debate on land tenure system and land reforms. Pakistan have seen three major land reforms in its history: first during the martial law of Ayub Khan in 1959 and two other in the era of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in 1970s. However, these reforms have not been implemented due to multiple reasons. This research paper reviews the land reforms in Pakistan and Islamic teachings on the subject.