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some of shari'a Laws in Islam 9Commandments)

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in response to reader comment: LOL, You are a comedian Slayhy

Submitted by slayhy (United Arab Emirates), Dec 9, 2011 at 05:13

you will need to learn Arabic if you are young enough.

in the mean time, here some Shari'a law for you to grasp , some commandments in Islam

Shari'a Law in the Quran and Sunah

1. Believe in God the only God there is , the creator of the everything

2. Believe in the Angels of God

3. Believe in the scriptures of God (not corrupted)

4. Believe in the Messengers of God (Being human and Angels)

5. Believe in the Hereafter and resurrection day

6. Believe in destiny (Good or bad)

7. Purify yourselves from dirt, uncleanness

8. Obey God commands

9. Be patient

10. Be truthful

11. Strive (Jihad) to be better person

12. Do not Kill

13. Do not Lie

14. Do not steal

15. Do not call others with bad names

16. Do not abuse

17. Do not talk in the back of others (backbiters)

18. Do not hurt others, by your tongue, actions, on the road, behind their backs

19. Do not kill animals or cut trees for pleasure

20. Commit and fulfill to your vows

21. Be good doer

22. Love your parents and obey them in what is good

23. Love thy neighbor

24. Deny evil and promote good

25. Have mercy on the weak

26. Have mercy on the poor

27. Be good to your wives, neighbors, next of kin

28. Keep contacts and help next of kin if necessary

29. Be charitable

30. Mend hatches between people, minimize enmity

31. Give justice to the oppressed

32. Don't be miser

33. Be generous first to your household then to your guests and then to all people.

34. Treat people well

35. Visit frequently next of kin, neighbors and the sick people you know

36. Wear clean clothes

37. ….etc

If you have any objection to the above then you show what you are, I have nothing to add


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