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  • Moral Standards


      لاَ تَجْعَل مَعَ اللّهِ إِلَـهًا آخَرَ فَتَقْعُدَ مَذْمُومًا مَّخْذُولاً وَقَضَى رَبُّكَ أَلاَّ تَعْبُدُواْ إِلاَّ إِيَّاهُ وَبِالْوَالِدَيْنِ إِحْسَانًا إِمَّا يَبْلُغَنَّ عِند  

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  • Worshipping God


      The first directive is that since there is no god except God, only He should be worshipped. The essence of this worship (‘ibadah) is humility and servility, as explained in the second preamble of this book: “The True Religion”. The first manifestation of this essence is serving the Almighty. Since a person also has a pr  

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  • Treating Parents with Kindness


      The second directive is that parents should be treated with kindness. This directive is present in all divine scriptures. Besides, this verse, the Qur’an has also mentioned it elsewhere in 29:8, 31:14-15 and 46:15. There is no doubt in the fact that among human beings a person’s foremost obligation is towards his parents. Thu  

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  • Spending in the Way of God


      The third directive is to spend in the way of God. This means that just as a person spends on himself the blessings bestowed upon him by God, he should also spend them on his fellow brethren after fulfilling his personal and business needs. It is evident from the Qur’an that two things are required for a person if he is to become a  

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  • Chastity and Modesty


      The fourth directive mentioned is that no one should even go near fornication. The reason stated for this is that it is open lewdness and a very dreadful practice. The implication is that no argument is required to prove its awfulness and lewdness. Human nature has always regarded it to be a grave sin and a terrible crime. It is an indub  

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  • Sanctity of Human Life


      The fifth directive is that no one should kill any one. This is a mention of the sanctity of human life which it always has had as per morality and religion. The Qur’an has informed us that prior to this, the Israelites were also given this directive and the Almighty had ordained that killing one human being is like killing the who  

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  • Misappropriating the Wealth of Orphans


      The sixth directive is that the wealth of orphans should not be misappropriated. The words of this directive are the same as those of fornication earlier: “Do not approach the wealth of orphans except for their welfare and betterment.” The implication is that one should only use the wealth of the orphans for their development  

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  • Keeping Promises


      The seventh directive is that promises should be kept at all costs. The Qur’an here says that one shall be held accountable for promises. In Surah Baqarah, this directive has been mentioned with great stress and emphasis in the following words: (2: 177) وَالْمُوْفُوْن بِعَهْدِهِمْ إِذَا عَاه  

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  • Honesty in Weighing


      The eighth directive is that things should be weighed and measured with honesty. The Almighty says that He has set the earth and the heavens on a scale and thus it is necessary that a person in his circle should remain just and measure with the right scale and weights. The Qur’an says:   وَالسَّمَاء رَفَ  

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  • Following Speculations


      The ninth directive is that one should not get after things one has no knowledge of. The Qur’an has warned us that one must not take this directive lightly because the faculties of sight, hearing and intellect shall one day be held accountable before God. The implication of this directive is that it is not right for a Muslim to mak  

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  • Pride and Vanity


      The tenth directive is that no one should walk with pride and vanity on God’s earth. It is thus said that howsoever much a person may strike the earth with his feet, he will not be able to rent it asunder and howsoever much a person may walk while raising his head, he will not be able to reach the heights of the mountains. Imam Ami  

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