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Ethics of Islam

Ethics of Islam is taken from the book Berîka by Muhammad Hâdimi. Immorality and ways to get rid of it; 40 depravities and cures to them; usefulness of ethics; what is a soul; strengths of a soul; Personalities emanating from wisdom, courage, chastity and justice are extensively explained.

Ethics of

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 17 ETHICS OF ISLAM Written by Alî bin Emrullah Muhammed Hâdimî Hüseyn Hilmi Işık Tenth Edition Hakîkat Kitâbevi Darüşşefeka Cad. 53/A P.K.: 35 34083 Fatih-ISTANBUL/TURKEY Tel: 90.212.523 4556–532 5843 Fax: 90.212.523 3693 http://www.hakikatkitabevi.com e-mail: bilgi@hakikatkitabevi.com MARCH-2014

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    surprised by his rejection, and sai

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    are impenetrable. They don’t reme

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    not have worldly ambitions. His bus

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ is remembered an

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    that there are only a few obligator

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    enege on His promise.” Allâhu ta

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    creatures. Allâhu ta’âlâ knew

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    giving alms should have a sort of c

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    Attributes. Shouldst there be anyon

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    plunged his feet into the water. Ab

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    acquire scientific knowledge in ord

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    hundred thousand religious question

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    of Pride is appropriate for Allâhu

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    While a ruler (Sultan) is sending h

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    Covetousness (hasad) also causes co

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    advise one, and not thanking those

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    ‘Jihâd’ means ‘amr-i-ma’r

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    introducing to all peoples somethin

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    gain in the Âkhirat will be the fi

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    eligious books writtten by them. It

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    derogatory purpose he becomes a dis

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    (nafaqa) to satisfy the necessities

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    ta’âlâ. There is none besides H

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    15- JEALOUSY (HASAD) The fifteenth

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    contemplated forbidden act is not c

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    evil suggestions (waswasa) of the d

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    them that they should perform the o

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    parts and nine of them exist in men

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    16- HATRED (HIQD) Hatred is the 16t

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    etter. Rasûlullah ‘sall-Allâhu

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    Those holders of religious posts wh

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    17- REJOICING AT ANOTHER’S MISFOR

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    starts after the three-day limit an

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    disbelievers!” It means we should

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    easy for a standing person to react

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    misunderstanding is concise, clear-

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    sweet words, for Rasûlullah ‘sal

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    22- PERFIDY (HIYÂNAT) The twenty-s

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    e a sin if one is not able to fulfi

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    intention,” belongs to ignorant s

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    Rasûlullah ‘sall-Allâhu ’alai

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    or from losing one of his organs or

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    protection against and for clean ai

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    actions (harâms) should not be lov

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    path guided by those whom they clai

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    that time. When someone comes to yo

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    elief, is an equivalent of knowledg

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    a scholar, He receives a promise fr

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    31- OBSTINACY (INÂD) and ARROGANCE

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    elieve after observing and understa

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    disbeliever or to a non-Muslim citi

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    to be shown in order to forgive the

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    hyperbolical casuistry that the Qur

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    meaning. Knowledge which pertains t

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    him.” Abû Hurayra ‘radiy-Allâ

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    motives.” Hence, ghiybat is a dow

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    sin of postponing the obligatory du

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    instead of an excuse. People who ha

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    ‘farz’, pl. faraîz,) but does

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    Amidst the present sweeping darknes

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    performed. Hence, to perform salât

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    for almsgiving. In case none of the

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    PART TWO FIRST CHAPTER Islam’s et

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    that is, how billions of stars in s

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    Couplet: Scholars who practice what

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    natures would not change, the relig

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    and by the scholars of (the science

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    SECOND STEP: What happens to the so

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    forefathers had not done any of the

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    such as birth, growth, feeding, exc

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    these powers is the power of knowin

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    FIRST SUPPLEMENT TO PREFACE In this

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    chain of cells-tissues-organs-syste

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    espect to material and moral standa

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    Consequently, they either eat grass

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    addition, we have many human attrib

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    Hereafter. People with loftier spir

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    that it is carrying. Its attachment

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    and the soul have two powers. The f

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    measured by testing. One of the fam

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    pronenesses such as elation when pr

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    from distress are called “ihtiyâ

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    ules and fair and dispassionate con

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    ordeals of instigation and sedition

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    to turn hoary.” To stand firm in

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    A person down with this deficiency

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    arrogance is their common behaviour

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    I have realized well, after long ex

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    There are two days whereon it would

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    humanity: A judge with authority. M

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    powers is necessary to enforce law

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    people tyrannize millions of their

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    occasion and in all sorts of compan

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    AN EXEMPLARY TRUE MUSLIM The first

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