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100 Commandments and Doctrines from the Quran

1. Do not be rude in speech (3:159)

2. Restrain anger (3:134)

3. Be good to others (4:36)

4. Do not be arrogant (7:13)

5. Forgive others for their mistakes (7:199)

6. Speak to people mildly (20:44)

7. Be moderate in your bearing and the volume of your speech (31:19)

8. Do not ridicule others (49:11)

9. Be dutiful to parents (17:23)

10. Do not say a word of disrespect to parents (17:23)

11. Do not enter parents’ private room without asking permission (24:58)

12. Commit to writing any transaction involving the taking or giving of loans (2:282)

13. Do not follow anyone blindly (2:170)

14. Grant more time to repay if the debtor is in hard times (2:280)

15. Don’t be involved with usury or interest (2:275)

16. Do not engage in bribery (2:188)

17. Do not break any promise (2:177)

18. Keep and fulfil all trusts (2:283)

19. Do not mix the truth with falsehood (2:42)

20. Judge with justice between people (4:58)

21. Stand out firmly for justice (4:135)

22. Wealth of the dead should be distributed among his family members (4:7)

23. Women have the right of inheritance (4:7)

24. Do not take for yourself the property of orphans (4:10)

25. Protect orphans (2:220)

26. Do not consume one another’s wealth unjustly (4:29)

27. Facilitate peace between those in conflict (49:9)

28. Avoid being suspicious (49:12)

29. Spend wealth in charity (57:7)

30. Encourage feeding of the poor (107:3)

31. Seek out the needy and help them (2:273)

32. Do not spend money extravagantly (17:29)

33. Do not invalidate charity by bragging about your generosity (2:264)

34. Honor guests (51:26)

35. Enjoin virtue to others only after practicing it yourself (2:44)

36. Do not engage in or spread corruption (2:60)

37. Do not prevent people from going to houses of worship (2:114)

38. Never engage in fighting as an aggressor but only in defense (2:190)

39. Do not engage in compulsion regarding religion (2:256)

40. Believe in all prophets (2:285)

41. Do not have sexual intercourse during the menstrual period (2:222)

42. Do not commit adultery (17:32)

43. Choose leaders based on their merit (2:247)

44. God does not burden a person beyond his capacity; nor should we (2:286)

45. Do not become divided (3:103)

46. Think deeply about the wonders of nature and the creation of this universe (3:191)

47. Men and women have equal rewards for their deeds (3:195)

48. Do not marry those related to you by blood (4:23)

49. The man is the protector and supporter of the family (4:34)

50. Do not be miserly (4:37)

51. Do not envy others (4:54)

52. Do not support or be an advocate for those who betray their trusts (4:105)

53. Support one another in virtue and piety, not in sin or enmity (5:2)

54. Be just and do not let hatred swerve you from justice (5:8)

55. Do not consume dead animals, the blood of animals, or pork (5:3)

56. Avoid intoxicants and alcohol (5:90)

57. Do not gamble (5:90)

58. Do not insult other people’s deities (6:108)

59. Be honest; don’t cheat in any of your dealings (6:152)

60. Eat and drink but be not excessive (7:31)

61. Wear good clothing during prayer times (7:31)

62. Protect and help those who seek protection (9:6)

63. Strive for purity (9:108)

64. Never give up hope of Allah’s Mercy (12:87)

65. Know that Allah forgives a wrong done out of ignorance if the person repents and corrects himself (16:119)

66. Inviting others to the way of God should be done with wisdom and graciousness (16:125)

67. No one can bear another person’s sins (17:15)

68. Do not kill your children for fear of poverty (17:31)

69. Avoid vain talk (23:3)

70. Respect other people’s privacy, especially in their own homes (24:27)

71. Know that God provides security and peace to those who worship Him and act virtuously (24:55)

72. Be modest and humble (25:63)

73. Strive for reward in the Hereafter but do not neglect your affairs in this world (28:77)

74. Invoke not any other deity along with God (28:88)

75. Do not engage in homosexuality (29:29)

76. Enjoin the right and forbid the wrong (31:17)

77. Women should not display or flaunt their beauty and charms (33:33)

78. God forgives all sins when the sinner repents and turns to Him (39:53)

79. Repel evil by something that is better (41:34)

80. Decide affairs by consultation (42:38)

81. Know that there should be no monasticism in religion (57:27)

82. Those who have knowledge will be given a higher rank by God (58:11)

83. Treat non-Muslims in a kind and fair manner (60:8)

84. Stay away from greed and stinginess (64:16)

85. Do not ignore or push away the needy (93:10)

86. Pardon and forgive the mistakes of others (3:135)

87. Establish prayer and give in charity (31:4)

88. Know that the bounty of God is better than anything man can amass or hoard (10:58)

89. God puts love and affection between the hearts of those who believe in Him (8:63)

90. Those who purify their souls succeed, and those who corrupt their souls fail (91:10)

91. Those who believe in God find satisfaction in remembering Him (13:28)

92. Those who believe and do good are given joy and peace of mind (13:29)

93. Enjoin patience and compassion (90:17)

94. Know that God gave humans hearing, sight, intelligence, and affections so that they might be grateful (16:78)

95. Compete with one another in doing good (21:90)

96. Know that God created the universe with meaning and purpose (3:191)

97. Guard your modesty (23:5)

98. Know that being just is next to piety (5:8)

99. Fight when necessary to defend yourselves but do not aggress (2:190)

100. Know that it is only righteousness that makes a person noble (49:13)

 

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