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The primary objective of this research article is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the origins and consequences of radical trends within Pakistani society. In recent years, Pakistan has experienced a range of societal transformations that have posed challenges to established norms and values. This article examines the various factors that contribute to the trends of extreme trends in Pakistani society, as well as their impacts on different societal aspects. Moreover, this scholarly article critically analyzes the impact of Islamic teachings on the mitigation of radical tendencies within Pakistani society. Pakistan, being a nation with a predominantly Muslim population, encounters a range of societal obstacles and patterns that diverge from the moderate interpretation of Islam. Another objective of this study is to examine the capacity of Islamic teachings to effectively address and mitigate these radical tendencies. This research emphasizes the significance of cultivating a harmonious and balanced society in Pakistani society through an analysis of its social landscape and the fundamental principles of Islam. It underscores the need to promote cautiousness, justice, tolerance, and inclusivity.
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