Islamic Etiquettes

Keeping Appointments, Delays and Cancellations

Date: 31 January posted by adminon

In the first verse of Surah Al-Mai'da, Allah called upon the believers 'O Believers! Fulfil (your) promises.' ►{Chapter 5 , Surah Al-Mai’da : Verse 1}   In Surah Al-Maryam Allah also praised Prophet Ismail(may peace be upon him) 'Surely he was true to (his) promise and was a Messenger and Prophet.'►{Surah Al-Maryam Chapter 1...

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The Etiquettes of Visiting Relatives & Friends

Date: 26 January posted by adminon

Etiquettes of Visiting If you are traveling to visit someone or if you are about to receive guests, whether those in question are your parents, relatives, peers, or friends of a different age, make sure that your hands, feet, and socks are clean, and your appearance and clothing is neat. Never neglect or underestimate the importance of your look, for that would certainly mar the plea...

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A true believer is not Vulgar/Obscene

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VULGARITY/INDECENCY in speech is a widespread social evil today. People nowadays can be seen using foul language at the drop of hat.Today’s movies are also playing a big role in spreading foul language.Foul language emerges from a foul mind and is a sign of inner filth.As muslims we should desist from uttering foul words or calling people with insulting names,because its mentioned in a hadith t...

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The Etiquettes of Listening

Date: 19 January posted by adminon

Our Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) said that a momin(believer) does not raise his voice over another mumin but he listens until he finishes what he has to say. That is how he described the character of a believer. If anybody spoke in his gathering they would all listen until that person finished his words and then they would begin the speech of what they were talking about. Proph...

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Business Etiquettes in Islam

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TAKING TRADE as a means of earning livelihood is encouraged in Islam. The Holy Prophet(peace be upon him) said: Take to trade, because there are nine portions in trade out of ten portions of provisions. ►(Reported in Ihya-ul-Uloom by Imam Ghazali). Islam laid much stress on honesty in almost all dealings especially in trade and commerce. Ethical and moral codes in Islam are part of ...

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Etiquettes of Visiting the Sick

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EXCELLENCE OF VISITING THE SICK Duty of a Muslim is that when his Muslim brother is sick he should visit him. The Arabic word for inquiring on the health of the sick is ‘Ayaadat which means to return. It is our duty to visit our Muslim brethren in time of illness. This will enhance and nourish the bond of Islam and the brotherhood amongst us. As a committed Muslim, we should not unde...

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