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1.         Doctrine (Tenet)

a.         Belief in Allah

b.         Belief in Angels

c.         Belief in the Books

i.         Previous Books

ii.       Holy Quran

d.         Belief in Messengers

e.         Belief in the Hereafter

f.         Belief in Fate

g.         Other beliefs

2.         Worship

a.         Prayer

b.         Fasting

c.         Zakath

d.         Hajj

e.         Other Worship

3.         History

a.         Messengers

b.         Good people  – Bad people

c.         Places

d.         Living beings

4.        Characteristics

a.         Good Characteristics

b.         Bad Characteristics

5.         Economy

6.         Grave sins

7.         Politics

8.         Education

9.        Family life

1.         Doctrine (Tenet)

a.         Belief in Allah

i.         Allah is one only

•           Only one God - 2:133, 2:163, 4:171, 5:73, 6:19, 9:31, 12:39, 13:16, 14:48, 14:52, 16:22, 16:51, 17:42, 18:110, 21:22, 21:108, 22:34, 23:91, 29:46, 37:4, 38:5, 38:65, 39:4, 40:16, 41:6, 43:45, 112:1.

•           There cannot be many gods - 17:42, 21:22, 23:71.

ii.       Allah has no weaknesses.

•           Allah has no sleep- 2:255.

•           Allah has no tiredness- 2:255, 50:38.

•           Allah has no death- 2:255, 3:2, 20:111, 25:58.

•           Allah has no forgetfulness- 19:64, 20:52.

•           Allah has no hunger and thirst- 6:14, 22:37, 51:57.

•           Allah has no helpers- 17:111.

•           Allah does not need unwanted play - 3:191, 21:16, 21:17, 23:115, 38:27, 44:38.

•           Allah is free from need- 2:48, 2:123, 2:263, 2:267, 3:91, 3:97, 4:131, 6:133, 10:68, 14:8, 22:64, 27:40, 29:6, 31:12, 31:26, 35:15, 39:7, 47:38, 57:24, 60:6, 64:6, 112:2.

•           Allah has no wife- 6:101, 72:3.

•           Allah has no son- 2:116, 4:171, 6:100, 6:101, 9:30, 10:68, 17:111, 18:4, 19:35, 19:88-93, 21:26, 23:91, 25:2, 37:149-153, 39:4, 43:81, 72:3, 112:3.

•           Allah has no daughters- 6:100, 16:57, 17:40, 37:149, 37:150, 37:153, 43:16, 43:19, 52:39, 53:21.

•           Allah has no parent- 57:3, 112:3.

iii.     Allah’s Composure

•           Allah does not do things in haste; - 3:178, 6:44, 6:57, 6:58, 7:95, 7:182, 7:183, 8:68, 10:11, 10:50,51, 13:6, 13:32, 16:61, 18:58, 19:75, 19:84, 21:37, 22:44, 22:47, 22:48, 26:204, 27:46, 27:72, 29:53, 29:54, 35:45, 37:176, 46:24, 46:35, 51:59, 68:44, 68:45.

iv.       Where is Allah?

•           Allah is on the Arsh- 7:54, 10:3, 13:2, 20:5, 25:59, 32:4, 57:4.

•           Allah’s Arsh is bigger than the heavens and the earth- 2:255.

v.         Many names for Allah

•           Should not distort the names of Allah- 7:180

•           Beautiful names for Allah- 7:180, 17:110

•           One of the names of Allah is Rabb (Master) - 1:2, 2:5, 2:21, 2:26, 2:30, 2:37, 2:46, 2:49, 2:61, 2:62, 2:68, 2:69, 2:70, 2:76, 2:105, 2:112, 2:124, 2:126, 2:127, 2:128, 2:129, 2:131, 2:136, 2:139, 2:144, 2:147, 2:149, 2:157, 2:178, 2:198, 2:200, 2:201, 2:248, 2:250, 2:258, 2:260, 2:262, 2:274, 2:275, 2:277, 2:283, 2:285, 2:286, 3:7, 3:8, 3:9, 3:15, 3:16, 3:35, 3:36, 3:37, 3:38, 3:40, 3:41, 3:43, 3:47, 3:49, 3:50, 3:51, 3:53, 3:60, 3:73, 3:84, 3:124, 3:125, 3:133, 3:136, 3:147, 3:169, 3:191, 3:192, 3:193, 3:194, 3:195, 3:198, 3:199, 4:1, 4:65, 4:75, 4:77, 4:170, 4:174, 5:2, 5:24, 5:25, 5:28, 5:64, 5:66, 5:67, 5:68, 5:72, 5:83, 5:84, 5:112, 5:114, 5:117, 6:1, 6:4, 6:15, 6:23, 6:27, 6:30, 6:37, 6:38, 6:45, 6:51, 6:52, 6:54, 6:57, 6:71, 6:77, 6:80, 6:83, 6:102, 6:104, 6:106, 6:108, 6:112, 6:114, 6:115, 6:117, 6:119, 6:126, 6:127, 6:128, 6:131, 6:132, 6:133, 6:145, 6:147, 6:150, 6:151, 6:154, 6:157, 6:158, 6:161, 6:162, 6:164, 6:165 , 7:3, 7:20, 7:22, 7:23, 7:29, 7:33, 7:38, 7:43, 7:44, 7:47, 7:53, 7:54, 7:55, 7:58, 7:61, 7:62, 7:63, 7:67, 7:68, 7:69, 7:71, 7:73, 7:75, 7:77, 7:79, 7:85, 7:89, 7:93, 7:104, 7:105, 7:121, 7:122, 7:125, 7:126, 7:129, 7:134, 7:137, 7:141, 7:142, 7:143, 7:149, 7:150, 7:151, 7:152, 7:153, 7:154, 7:155, 7:164, 7:167, 7:172, 7:187, 7:189, 7:203, 7:205, 7:206, 8:2, 8:4, 8:5, 8:9, 8:12, 8:54, 9:21, 9:129, 10:2, 10:3, 10:9, 10:10, 10:15, 10:19, 10:20, 10:32, 10:33, 10:37, 10:40, 10:53, 10:57, 10:61, 10:85, 10:88, 10:93, 10:94, 10:96, 10:99, 10:108, 11:3, 11:17, 11:18, 11:23, 11:28, 11:29, 11:34, 11:41, 11:45, 11:47, 11:52, 11:56, 11:57, 11:59, 11:60, 11:61, 11:63, 11:66, 11:68, 11:76, 11:81, 11:83, 11:88, 11:90, 11:92, 11:101, 11:102, 11:107, 11:108, 11:110, 11:111, 11:117, 11:118, 11:119, 11:123, 12:6, 12:34, 12:37, 12:42, 12:50, 12:53, 12:98, 12:100, 12:101, 13:1, 13:2, 13:5, 13:6, 13:7, 13:16, 13:18, 13:19, 13:21, 13:22, 13:27, 13:30, 14:1, 14:6, 14:7, 14:13, 14:18, 14:23, 14:25, 14:35, 14:36, 14:37, 14:38, 14:39, 14:40, 14:41, 14:44, 15:25, 15:28, 15:36, 15:39, 15:56, 15:86, 15:92, 15:98, 15:99, 16:7, 16:24, 16:30, 16:33, 16:42, 16:47, 16:50, 16:54, 16:68, 16:69, 16:86, 16:99, 16:102, 16:110, 16:119, 16:124, 16:125, 17:8, 17:12, 17:17, 17;20, 17:23, 17:24, 17:25, 17:27, 17:28, 17:30, 17:38, 17:39, 17:40, 17:46, 17:54, 17:55, 17:57, 17:60, 17:65, 17:66, 17:79, 17:80, 17:84, 17:85, 17:87, 17:93, 17:100, 17:102, 17:108, 18:10, 18:13, 18:14, 18:16, 18:19, 18:21, 18:22, 18:24, 18:27, 18;28, 18:29, 18:36, 18:37, 18:40, 18:42, 18:46, 18:48, 18:49, 18:50, 18:55, 18:57, 18:58, 18:81, 18:82, 18:87, 18:95, 18:98, 18:105, 18:109, 18:110, 19:2, 19:3, 19:4, 19:6, 19:8, 19:9, 19:10, 19:19, 19:21, 19:24, 19:36, 19:47, 19:48, 19:55, 19:64, 19:65, 19:68, 19:71, 19:72, 20:12, 20:25, 20:45, 20:47, 20:49, 20:50, 20:52, 20:70, 20:73, 20:74, 20:84, 20:86, 20:90, 20:105, 20:114, 20:121, 20:122, 20:125, 20:127, 20:129, 20:130, 20:131, 20:133, 20:134, 21:2, 21:4, 21:42, 21:46, 21:49, 21:56, 21:83, 21:89, 21:92, 21:112, 22:1, 22:19, 22:30, 22:40, 22:54, 22:67, 22:77, 23:26, 23:29, 23:39, 23:52, 23:57, 23:58, 23:59, 23:60, 23:72, 23:76, 23:86, 23:93, 23:94, 23:97, 23:98, 23:99, 23:106, 23:107, 23:109, 23:116, 23:117, 23:118, 25:16, 25:20, 25:21, 25:30, 25:31, 25:45, 25:54, 25:55, 25:57, 25:64, 25:65, 25:73, 25:74, 25:77, 26:9, 26:10, 26:12, 26:16, 26:21, 26:23, 26:24, 26:26, 26:28, 26:47, 26:48, 26:50, 26:51, 26:62, 26:68, 26:77, 26:83, 26:98, 26:104, 26:109, 26:113, 26:117, 26:122, 26:127, 26:140, 26:145, 26:159, 26:164, 26:166, 26:169, 26:175, 26:180, 26:188, 26:191, 26:192, 27:8, 27:19, 27:26, 27:40, 27:44, 27:73, 27:74, 27:78, 27:91, 27:93, 28:16, 28:17, 28:21, 28:22, 28:24, 28:30, 28:32, 28:33, 28:37, 28:46, 28:47, 28:53, 28:59, 28:63, 28:68, 28:69, 28:85, 28:86, 28:87, 29:10, 29:26, 29:30, 29:50, 29:59, 30:8, 30:33, 31:5, 31:33, 32:2, 32:3, 32:10, 32:11, 32:12, 32:15, 32:16, 32:22, 32:25, 33:2, 33:67, 33:68, 34:3, 34:6, 34:12, 34:15, 34:19, 34:21, 34:23, 34:26, 34:31, 34:36, 34:39, 34:48, 34:50, 35:13, 35:18, 35:34, 35:37, 35:39, 36:16, 36:25, 36:27, 36:46, 36:51, 36:58, 37:5, 37:31, 37:57, 37:84, 37:87, 37:99, 37:126, 37:149, 37:180, 37:182, 38:9, 38:16, 38:24, 38:32, 38:35, 38:41, 38:61, 38:66, 38:71, 38:79

39:6, 39:7, 39:8, 39:9, 39:10, 39:13, 39:20, 39:22, 39:23, 39:31, 39:34, 39:54, 39:55, 39:68, 39:71, 39:73, 39:75

40:6, 40:7, 40:8, 40:11, 40:26, 40:27, 40:28, 40:49, 40:55, 40:60, 40:62, 40:64, 40:65, 40:66

41:9, 41:14, 41:23, 41:29, 41:30, 41:38, 41:43, 41:45, 41:46, 41:50, 41:53, 41:54

42:5, 42:10, 42:14, 42:15, 42:16, 42:22, 42:36, 42:38, 42:47

43:13, 43:14, 43:32, 43:35, 43:46, 43:49, 43:64, 43:77, 43:82, 43:88

44:6, 44:7, 44:8, 44:12, 44:20, 44:22, 44:57

45:11, 45:15, 45:17, 45:20, 45:36

46:13, 46:15, 46:25, 46:34

47:2, 47:3, 47:14, 47:15

50:27, 50:39

51:16, 51:23, 51:30, 51:34, 51:44

52:7, 52:18, 52:29, 52:37

53:18, 53:23, 53:30, 53:32, 53:42, 53:49, 53:55

54:10

55:13, 55:16, 55:17, 55:18, 55:21, 55:23, 55:25, 55:27, 55:28, 55:30, 55:32, 55:34, 55:36, 55:38, 55:40, 55:42, 55:45, 55:46, 55:47, 55:49, 55:51, 55:53, 55:55, 55:57, 55:59, 55:61, 55:63, 55:65, 55:67, 55:69, 55:71, 55:73, 55:75, 55:77, 55:78

56:74, 56:80, 56:96

57:8, 57:19, 57:21

59:10, 59:16

60:1, 60:4, 60:5

63:10

65:1, 65:8

66:5, 66:8, 66:11, 66:12

67:6, 67:12

68:2, 68:7, 68:19, 68:29, 68:32, 68:34, 68:48, 68:49, 68:50

69:10, 69:17, 69:43, 69:52

70:27, 70:28, 70:40

71:5, 71:10, 71:21, 71:26, 71:28

72:2, 72:3, 72:10, 72:13, 72:17, 72:20, 72:25, 72:28

73:9, 73:19, 73:20

74:3, 74:7, 74:21

75:12, 75:23, 75:30

76:10, 76:21, 76:24, 76:25, 76:29

78:36, 78:37, 78:3979:16, 79:19, 79:40, 79:44

•           ‘Awwal’ is another name of Allah- 57:3

•           Aakhir (The Last) - 57:3

•           Bari (The Maker) - 59:24

•           Battin (The Hidden) - 57:3

•           ‘Badivu’ (Created without precedence) - 2:117, 6:101

•           ‘Barru’ (Doer of Good) - 52:28

•           ‘Baseer’ (The All-Seeing) - 2:96, 2:110, 2:237, 2:265, 3:15, 3:20, 3:156, 3:163, 4:58, 4:134, 5:71, 8:39, 8:72, 11:112, 17:1, 17:17, 17:30, 17:96, 20:35, 22:61, 22:75, 25:20, 31:28, 33:9, 34:11, 35:31, 35:45, 40:20, 40:44, 40:56, 41:40, 42:11, 42:27, 48:24, 49:18, 57:4, 58:1, 60:3, 64:2, 67:19, 84:15

•           Tawwab (The Relenting) - 2:37, 2:54, 2:128, 2:160, 4:16, 4:64, 9:104, 9:118, 24:10, 49:12, 110:3

•           Jamivu (The Gatherer) - 3:9, 4:140

•           Jabbar (The Compeller) - 59:23

•           Haseeb (The Beckoner) - 4:6, 4:86, 33:39

•           Hafeez (The Protector) - 11:57, 34:21, 42:6

•           Haq (The True) - 6:62, 10:30, 10:32, 18:44, 20:114, 22:6, 22:62, 23:116, 24:25, 31:30

•           Hakeem (Wise) - 2:32, 2:129, 2:209, 2:220, 2:228, 2:240, 2:260, 3:6, 3:18, 3:62, 3:126, 4:11, 4:17, 4:24, 4:26, 4:56, 4:92, 4:104, 4:111, 4:130, 4:158, 4:165, 4:170, 5:38, 5:118, 6:18, 6:73, 6:83, 6:128, 6:139, 8:10, 8:49, 8:63, 8:67, 8:71, 9:15, 9:28, 9:40, 9:60, 9:71, 9:97, 9:106, 9:110, 11:1, 12:2, 12:83, 12:100, 14:4, 15:25, 16:60, 22:52, 24:10, 24:18, 24:58, 24:59, 27:6, 27:9, 29:26, 29:42, 30:27, 31:9, 31:27, 33:1, 34:1, 34:27, 35:2, 39:1, 40:8, 41:42, 42:3, 42:51, 43:84, 45:2, 45:37, 46:2, 48:4, 48:7, 48:19, 49:8, 51:30, 57:1, 59:1, 59:24, 60:5, 60:10, 61:1, 62:1, 62:3, 64:18, 66:2, 76:30, 95:8

•           Haleem (Patient) - 2:225, 2:235, 2:263, 3:155, 4:101, 17:44, 22:59, 33:51, 35:41, 64:17

•           Hameed (The Praiseworthy) - 2:267, 4:131, 11:73, 14:1, 14:8, 22:24, 22:64, 31:12, 31:26, 34:6, 35:15, 41:42, 42:28, 57:24, 60:6, 64:6, 85:8

•           Hayyu (The Living) -  2:255, 3:2, 20:111, 25:58, 40:65

•           Khaliq (The Creator) -  6:102, 13:16, 35:3, 39:62, 40:62, 59:24

•           Kabeer (The Knowledgeable) - 2:234, 2:271, 3:153, 3:180, 4:35, 4:94, 4:128, 4:135, 5:8, 6:18, 6:73, 6:103, 9:16, 11:1, 11:111, 17:17, 17:30, 17:96, 22:63, 24:30, 24:53, 25:58, 25:59, 27:88, 31:16, 31:29, 31:34, 33:2, 33:34, 34:1, 35:31, 42:27, 48:11, 49:13, 57:10, 58:3, 58:11, 58:13, 59:18, 63:11, 64:8, 66:3, 67:14, 100:11

•           Rawoof (The Compassionate) - 2:143, 2:207, 3:30, 9:117, 16:7, 16:47, 22:65, 24:20, 57:9, 59:10

•           Rahman (The Beneficent) - 1:3, 2:163, 13:30, 17:110, 19:18, 19:26, 19:44, 19:45, 19:58, 19:61, 19:69, 19:75, 19:78, 19:85, 19:87, 19:88, 19:91, 19:92, 19:93, 19:96, 20:5, 20:90, 20:108, 20:109, 21:26, 21:36, 21:42, 21:112, 25:26, 25:59, 25:60, 25:63, 26:5, 27:30, 36:11, 36:15, 36:23, 36:52, 41:2, 43:17, 43:19, 43:20, 43:33, 43:36, 43:45, 43:81, 50:33, 55:1, 59:22, 67:3, 67:19, 67:20, 67:29, 78:37, 78:38

•           Rahim (The Merciful) -  1:3, 2:37, 2:54, 2:128, 2:143, 2:160, 2:163, 2:173, 2:182, 2:192, 2:199, 2:218, 2:226, 3:31, 3:89, 3:129, 4:11, 4:23, 4:25, 4:29, 4:64, 4:96, 4:100, 4:106, 4:110, 4:129, 4:152, 5:3, 5:34, 5:39, 5:74, 5:98, 6:54, 6:133, 6:145, 6:165, 7:153, 7:167, 8:69, 8:70, 9:5, 9:27, 9:91, 9:99, 9:102, 9:104, 9:117, 9:118, 10:107, 11:41, 11:90, 12:53, 12:98, 14:36, 15:49, 16:7, 16:18, 16:47, 16:110, 16:115, 16:119, 17:66, 21:83, 22:65, 24:5, 24:20, 24:22, 24:33, 24:62, 25:6, 25:70, 26:9, 26:68, 26:104, 26:122, 26:140, 26:159, 26:175, 26:191, 26:217, 27:11, 27:30, 28:16, 30:5, 32:6, 33:5, 33:24, 33:43, 33:50, 33:59, 33:73, 34:2, 36:5, 36:58, 39:53, 41:2, 41:32, 42:5, 44:42, 46:8, 48:14, 49:5, 49:12, 49:14, 52:28, 57:9, 57:28, 58:12, 59:10, 59:22, 60:7, 60:12, 64:14, 66:1, 73:20

•           Razzaq & Raziq (The Sustainer) -  5:114, 22:58, 23:72, 34:39,  51:58, 62:11

•           Raqeeb (Observer) -   4:1, 5:117, 33:52

•           Salam (Giver of Peace) -   59:23

•           Samivu (Hearer) -  2:127, 2:137, 2:181, 2:224, 2:227, 2:244, 2:256, 3:34, 3:35, 3:38, 3:121, 4:58, 4:134, 4:148, 5:76, 6:13, 6:115, 7:200, 8:17, 8:42, 8:53, 8:61, 9:98, 9:103, 10:65, 12:34, 14:39, 17:1, 21:4, 22:61, 22:75, 24:21, 24:60, 26:220, 29:5, 29:60, 31:28, 34:50, 40:20, 40:56, 41:36, 42:11, 44:6, 49:1, 58:1

•           Shakir&Shukoor (The Appreciative of grateful) -  2:158, 4:147, 35:30, 35:34, 42:23, 64:17

•           Shaheed (Direct Witness) - 3:98, 4:33, 4:79, 4:166, 5:117, 6:19, 10:29, 10:46, 13:43, 17:96, 22:17, 29:52, 33:55, 34:47, 41:53, 46:8, 48:28, 58:6, 85:9

•           Samad (The Independent) -   112:2

•           Zahir (Evident) -  57:3

•           Azeez (The Strong) -  2:129, 2:209, 2:220, 2:228, 2:240, 2:260, 3:4, 3:6, 3:18, 3:62, 3:126, 4:56, 4:158, 4:165, 5:38, 5:95, 5:118, 6:96, 8:10, 8:49, 8:63, 8:67, 9:40, 9:71, 11:66, 14:1, 14:4, 14:47, 16:60, 22:40, 22:74, 26:9, 26:68, 26:104, 26:122, 26:140, 26:159, 26:175, 26:191, 26:217, 27:9, 27:78, 29:26, 29:42, 30:5, 30:37, 31:9, 31:27, 32:6, 33:25, 34:6, 34:27, 35:2, 35:28, 36:5, 36:38, 38:9, 38:66, 39:1, 39:5, 39:37, 40:2, 40:8, 40:42, 41:12, 42:3, 42:19, 43:9, 44:42, 45:2, 45:37, 46:2, 48:7, 48:19, 54:42, 57:1, 57:25, 58:21, 59:1, 59:23, 59:24, 60:5, 61:1, 62:1, 62:3, 64:18, 67:2, 85:8

•           Azeem (The Mighty) -  2:255, 42:4, 56:74, 56:96, 69:33, 69:52

•           Afuvvu (Forgiving Generously) -  4:43, 4:99, 4:149, 22:60, 58:2

•           Allamul Ghuyoob (Knowing of Hidden) -  5:109, 5:116, 9:78

•           Aliyyu (The High, The Sublime) -  2:255, 4:34, 22:62, 31:30, 34:23, 40:12, 42:4, 42:51, 87:1

•           Aleem (All- Knowing) -  2:29, 2:32, 2:95, 2:115, 2:127, 2:137, 2:158, 2:181, 2:215, 2:224, 2:227, 2:231, 2:244, 2:246, 2:247, 2:256, 2:261, 2:268, 2:273, 2:282, 2:283, 3:34, 3:35, 3:63, 3:73, 3:92, 3:115, 3:119, 3:121, 3:154, 4:11, 4:17, 4:24, 4:26, 4:32, 4:35, 4:39, 4:70, 4:92, 4:104, 4:111, 4:127, 4:147, 4:148, 4:170,  4:176, 5:7, 5:54, 5:76, 5:97, 6:13, 6:83, 6:96, 6:101, 6:115, 6:128, 6:139, 7:200, 8:17, 8:42, 8:43, 8:53, 8:61, 8:71, 8:75, 9:15, 9:28, 9:44, 9:47, 9:60, 9:97, 9:98, 9:103, 9:106, 9:110, 9:115, 10:36, 10:65, 11:5, 12:6, 12:19, 12:34, 12:83, 12:100, 15:25, 15:86, 16:70, 18:19, 21:4, 22:52, 22:59, 23:51, 24:18, 24:21, 24:28, 24:32, 24:35, 24:41, 24:58, 24:59, 24:60, 24:64, 26:220, 27:6, 27:74, 27:78, 28:85, 29:5, 29:52, 29:60, 29:62, 30:54, 31:23, 31:34, 33:1, 33:40, 33:51, 33:54, 34:26, 35:8, 35:38, 35:44, 36:38, 36:79, 36:81, 39:7, 40:2, 41:12, 41:36, 42:12, 42:24, 42:50, 43:9, 43:84, 44:6, 48:4, 48:26, 49:1, 49:8, 49:13, 49:16, 51:30, 57:3, 57:6, 58:7, 60:10, 62:7, 64:4, 64:11, 66:2, 66:3, 67:13, 76:30

•           Ghaffar&Ghafoor (The Forgiving) -   2:173, 2:182, 2:192, 2:199, 2:218, 2:225, 2:226, 2:235, 3:31, 3:89, 3:129, 3:155, 4:23, 4:25, 4:43, 4:96, 4:99, 4:100, 4:106, 4:110, 4:129, 4:152, 5:3, 5:34, 5:39, 5:74, 5:98, 5:101, 6:54, 6:145, 6:165, 7:153, 7:167, 8:69, 8:70, 9:5, 9:27, 9:91, 9:99, 9:102, 10:107, 11:41, 12:53, 12:98, 14:36, 15:49, 16:18, 16:110, 16:115, 16:119, 17:25, 17:44, 20:82, 22:60, 24:5, 24:22, 24:33, 24:62, 25:6, 25:70, 27:11, 28:16, 33:5, 33:24, 33:50, 33:59, 33:73, 34:2, 34:15, 35:28, 35:30, 35:34, 35:41, 38:66, 39:5, 39:53, 40:42, 41:32, 42:5, 42:23, 46:8, 48:14, 49:5, 49:14, 57:28, 58:2, 58:12, 60:7, 60:12, 64:14, 66:1, 67:2, 71:10, 73:20, 85:14

•           Ganiyyu (Self-sufficient) -    2:263, 2:267, 3:97, 4:131, 6:133, 10:68, 14:8, 22:64, 27:40, 29:6,  31:12, 31:26, 35:15, 39:7, 47:38, 57:24, 60:6, 64:6

•           Fattah&Fatih (The Opener, The Giver Of Victory, The Judge) -  7:89, 34:26

•           Qahir&Qahhar (Ruler) -   6:18, 6:61, 12:39, 13:16, 14:48, 38:65, 39:4, 40:16

•           Quddoos (Pure, The Holy) - 59:23, 62:1

•           Qadir (Powerful) - 6:37, 6:65, 17:99, 23:18, 23:95, 36:81, 70:40, 75:4, 77:23, 86:8

•           Qadeer (Strong) -    2:20, 2:106, 2:109, 2:148, 2:259, 2:284, 3:26, 3:29, 3:165, 3:189, 4:133, 4:149, 5:17, 5:19, 5:40, 5:120, 6:17, 8:41, 9:39, 11:4, 16:70, 16:77, 22:6, 22:39, 24:45, 25:54, 29:20, 30:50, 30:54, 33:27, 35:1, 35:44, 41:39, 42:9, 42:29, 42:50, 46:33, 48:21, 57:2, 59:6, 60:7, 64:1, 65:12, 66:8, 67:1

•           Qareeb (The Nearest) - 2:186, 11:61, 34:50

•           Haakim (Giver of Verdict) - 7:87, 10:109, 11:45, 12:80, 95:8

•           Qawiyyu (The Powerful) -   8:52, 11:66, 22:40, 22:74, 33:25, 40:22, 42:19, 51:58, 57:25, 58:21

•           Qayyoom (The Self-Subsisting) -  2:255, 3:2, 20:111

•           Kabeer (The Greatest) - 4:34, 13:9, 22:62, 31:30, 34:23, 40:12

•           Kareem (The Bountiful, The Gracious) -  27:40, 82:6

•           Akram (The Bountiful, The Benefactor) - 96:3

•           Lateef (The Subtle) -  6:103, 12:100, 22:63, 31:16, 33:34, 42:19, 67:14

•           Mumin (Giver of refuge) - 59:23

•           Mutaali (The High) - 13:9

•           Mutakabbir (The Owner of pride) - 59:23

•           Mateen (The Eternal) - 51:58

•           Mujeeb (The Hearer, The Responsive) - 11:61, 37:75

•           Majeed (Most High) - 11:73, 85:15

•           Muhyee (Giver of life) - 30:50, 41:39

•           Musavvir (Fashioner) -  59:24

•           Muqtadir (The Dominant) -  18:45, 43:42, 54:42, 54:55

•           Muqeet (Observer, Strong) -  4:85

•           Maalikul Mulk (Owner of Kingdom) - 3:26

•           Maliku yaumiddeen (Sovereign of the day of Judgment) - 1:4

•           Mubeen (One who elucidates) - 24:25

•           Muheed (All knowing) - 2:19, 3:120, 4:108, 4:126, 8:47, 11:92, 41:54, 85:20

•           Malik (The king) -   2:19, 3:120, 4:108, 4:126, 8:47, 11:92, 41:54, 85:20

•           Maleek (Sovereign) - 54:55

•           Tuntikham (Avenging) - 3:4, 5:95, 14:47, 39:37

•           Muntaqeem (Avenging) - 32:22, 43:41, 44:16

•           Muhaimin (Protector) -   59:23

•           Moula (Master) - 2:286, 3:150, 6:62, 8:40, 9:51, 10:30, 22:78, 47:11, 66:2, 66:4

•           Noor (Light) - 24:35

•           Hadi (Guide) -  22:54, 25:31

•           Wahid (Only one) - 2:133, 2:163, 4:171, 5:73, 6:19, 9:31, 12:39, 13:16, 14:48, 14:52, 16:22, 16:51, 18:110, 21:108, 22:34, 37:4, 38:65, 39:4, 40:16, 41:6

•           Waris (Possessor) - 15:23, 21:89, 28:58

•           Waasivu (Generous, Vast, All-Embracing) - 2:115, 2:247, 2:261, 2:268, 3:73, 4:130, 5:54, 24:32

•           Wadood (Merciful, Loving) - 11:90, 85:14

•           Wakeel (Disposer) -   3:173, 4:81, 4:132, 4:171, 6:102, 11:12, 12:66, 17:65, 28:28, 33:3, 33:48, 39:62, 73:9

•           Walee (Patron) - 2:107, 2:120, 2:257, 3:68, 4:45, 4:123, 4:173, 6:14, 6:127, 7:155, 7:196, 9:116, 12:101, 18:26, 29:22, 32:4, 33:17, 34:41, 42:9, 42:28, 42:31, 45:19

•           Naseer (Helper) - 2:107, 2:120, 4:75, 4:123, 4:173, 8:40, 9:116, 22:78, 29:22, 33:17, 42:31

•           Wahhab (Bountiful, Benefactor) - 3:8, 38:9, 38:35

vi.       Nothing is equal to Allah

•           Nobody is equal to Allah-  2:22, 6:163, 14:30, 17:111, 25:2, 36:78, 41:9, 42:11, 112:4.

•           Nothing like Allah- 36:78, 42:11, 112:4.

•           No equal to Allah in sovereignty- 2:107, 3:189, 4:53, 5:18, 5:40, 5:120, 7:158, 9:116, 17:111, 22:56, 23:88, 24:42, 25:2, 25:26, 35:13, 38:10, 39:6, 39:44, 40:16, 42:49, 43:85, 45:27, 48:14, 57:2, 57:5, 64:1, 67:1, 82:19, 85:9.

•           No equal to Allah in austerity- 6:57, 6:62, 12:40, 12:67, 18:26, 28:70, 28:88, 40:12.

•           Example should not be given to Allah- 16:74.

vii.     Can Allah be seen

•           Nobody has seen Allah in this world and can never see Him- 2:55, 4:153, 6:103, 7:143, 25:21.

•           Allah can be seen in the hereafter - 2:46, 2:223, 2:249, 3:77, 6:31, 6:154, 10:7, 10:11, 10:15, 10:45, 11:29, 13:2, 18:105, 18:110, 29:5, 29:23, 30:8, 32:10, 33:44, 41:54, 75:23, 83:15.

viii.   The evidences to prove Allah’s Existence

•           Reflecting about the creation of the heaven and the earth- 2:164, 3:190, 10:6, 12:105, 13:2, 13:3, 13:4, 22:65, 30:22, 42:29, 45:3, 45:13, 46:33, 51:20, 67:3, 71:15.

•           Reflecting about the fluctuations of Day and night- 2:164, 3:190, 10:6, 10:67, 16:12, 17:12, 27:86, 31:29, 36:37, 41:37, 45:5.

•           Reflecting about the fire- 36:80, 56:71.

•           Reflecting about the ship which sails on the sea- 2:164, 22:65, 30:46, 31:31, 36:41,42, 42:32, 42:33.

•           Reflecting about the rain- 2:22, 2:164, 6:6, 6:99, 7:57, 13:12, 14:32, 15:22, 16:10, 16:65, 18:45, 20:53, 22:5, 22:63, 23:18, 24:43, 25:48, 27:60, 29:63, 30:24, 30:48, 31:10, 31:34, 32:27, 35:9, 35:27, 39:21, 40:13, 41:39, 42:28, 43:11, 45:5, 50:9, 56:68, 78:14, 80:25.

•           Reflecting about the growth of plants in the earth- 2:22, 2:164, 6:99, 6:141, 7:57, 14:32, 15:19, 16:11, 16:65, 16:67, 18:7, 20:53,54, 22:5, 22:63, 26:7, 27:60, 29:63, 30:50, 32:27, 35:27, 36:33, 36:36, 39:21, 41:39, 50:7, 50:11, 56:63,64, 57:17, 78:15, 80:26, 87:4.

•           Reflecting about the birds which fly in the heaven- 16:79, 24:41, 67:19.

•           Reflecting about the heaven as the roof- 2:22, 21:32, 40:64, 52:5.

•           Reflecting on the birth of Isa (Pbuh) without father- 19:21, 21:91.

•           Reflecting about the great flood during Nooh’s (pbuh) period and about the ship built by him- 23:30, 25:37, 26:121, 29:15, 54:15.

•           Reflecting about the ‘bee’- 16:68,69

•           Reflecting about the preservation of the body of Firaun and his destruction- 10:92, 26:67.

•           Reflecting about the planets including the Sun and their running- 13:2, 31:29, 35:13, 36:38 39:5.

•           Reflecting about the existence of pairs in the plants- 13:3, 20:53, 36:36, 43:12, 51:49.

•           Reflecting about the city where the people of Hood (pbuh) lived- 15:75,76,77, 29:35, 51:37.

•           Reflecting on the wind which changes its direction- 2:164, 7:57, 10:22, 15:22, 25:48, 27:63, 30:46, 30:48, 35:9, 42:33, 45:5, 46:24, 51:41, 69:6.

•           Reflecting about the clouds- 2:164, 7:57, 13:12, 24;43, 30:48, 35:9.

•           Reflecting about the stars- 6:97, 15:16, 16:12, 16:16, 37:6.

•           Reflecting about the origin of the human beings from a single father- 4:1, 6:98, 7:189, 39:6, 49:13.

•           Reflecting about the Sun and the Moon- 6:96, 7:54, 10:5, 13:2, 14:33, 16:12, 21:33, 25:45, 31:29, 35;13, 36;38, 36;40, 39:5, 41:37, 55:5, 71;16, 91:1.

•           Reflecting about the affection between the husband and wife - 30:21.

•           Reflecting about the various languages- 30:22.

•           Reflecting about the various complexions of the human-beings- 30:22.

•           Reflecting about the sleep- 30:23, 39:42.

•           Reflecting about the lightings- 13:12, 30:24.

•           Reflecting about the people who remain rich without ability- 30:37, 39:52.

•           Reflecting about the one’s (human being) own creation- 19:67, 36:77, 45:4, 51:21, 56:58, 76:1, 86:5.

•           The evidences to prove the existence of Allah- 2:22,23,24, 2:36, 2:125, 2:185, 3:61, 3:93, 3:97, 3:153, 4:56, 4:82, 5:67, 5:97, 6:98, 6:125, 7:24, 7:25, 7:137, 7:157, 9:36, 10:38, 10:92, 11:13, 11:44, 13:2, 13:3, 13:8, 13:41, 14:35, 15:19, 16:8, 16:15, 16:66, 16:69, 16:79, 17:37, 17:76, 17:88, 18:9, 18:90, 20:53, 21:30, 21:31, 21:32, 21:44, 23:14, 23:18, 24:40, 25:53, 27:61, 28:32, 28:49, 28:57, 28:85, 29:15, 29:67, 30:2,3,4, 31:10, 31:29, 34:12, 35:12, 35:13, 35:41, 36:36, 36:38, 37:5, 39:5, 40:64, 41:10, 41:11., 41:42, 43:10, 43:12, 48:29, 50:4, 50:7, 51:41,42, 51:49, 52:5, 52:34, 54:15, 54:45, 55:17, 55:19, 55:32-35, 67:19, 70:40, 71:17, 73:20, 75:4, 76:2, 77:27, 78:6, 78:7, 79:32, 85:1, 86:11, 95:34, 106:3,4, 111:1,2.

ix.       Knowledge about the hidden is only with Allah

•           Only Allah knows the hidden- 6:59, 10:20, 27:65, 31:34, 34:3.

•           Angels have no knowledge of the hidden- 2:,30,31,32, 16:77.

•           Jinns have no knowledge of hidden - 34:14.

•           Prophets have no knowledge of hidden - 5:109.

a.         Adam (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden - 2:36, 7:20, 7:22, 7:27, 20:115, 20:120,121.

b.         Nuh (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden -. 11:31, 11:42, 11:46,47.

c.         Ibrahim (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden -  9:114, 11:69,70, 15:53, 15:54, 37:104, 51:26.

d.         Isa  (pbuh) has  no knowledge of hidden - 5:116, 5:117.

e.         Luth (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden -  11:77, 11:81, 15:62.

f.         Suleiman (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden -  27:20, 27:22.

g.         Yaqub (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden - 12:11 - 15, 12:66.

h.         Dawud (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden - 38:22 - 24.

i.         Musa (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden - 7:150, 20:67, 20:86, 28:15.

j.         Muhammed (pbuh) has no knowledge of hidden - 3:44, 4:164, 6:50, 6:58, 7:187, 7:188, 11:49, 12:102, 33:63, 42:17, 79:42,43.

•           Allah informs only certain things to the prophets - 3:179, 72:26.

x.         Powers only to Allah

•           Creation is Allah’s  Power - 2:21, 2:29, 3:59, 5:17, 6:1, 6:100, 6:101, 7:54, 7:191, 10:34, 13:16, 14:19, 16:8, 16:17, 16:20, 20:50, 22:73, 23:91, 24:45, 25:2, 25:3, 28:68, 30:40, 30:54, 31:11, 35:3, 35:40, 36:36, 36:81, 39:6, 39:62, 40:1, 40:62, 41:37, 46:4, 46:33, 49:13, 50:15, 50:16, 50:38, 51:56, 53:45, 54:49, 55:3, 55:14, 55:15, 56:57, 56:59, 57:4, 64:2, 64:3, 65:12, 67:2, 67:3, 67:14, 70:39, 71:15, 74:11, 75:38, 76:2, 76:28, 77:20, 78:8, 80:19, 82:7, 87:2, 90:4, 95:4, 96:1.

•           Protection is Allah’s  Power - 6:61, 11:57, 12:64, 13:11, 34:21, 42:6.

•           Destruction is Allah’s  Power - 3:145, 3:156, 4:78, 5:17, 6:61, 7:34, 10:49, 15:4, 16:61, 25:3, 30:40, 32:11, 34:30, 45:24, 50:43, 53:44, 56:60, 67:28.

•           Giving knowledge is Allah’s  Power - 2:32, 2:251, 2:269, 2:282, 4:113, 16:78, 17:85, 20:114, 46:23, 49:16, 55:4, 67:26, 96:4,5.

•           Bestowing children is Allah’s  Power - 3:6, 3:38-40, 3:47, 11:71,72, 13:8, 14:39, 16:72, 16:78, 19:5, 21:90, 22:5, 40:64, 42:49,50, 64:3, 82:8.

•           Even prophets cannot create children for themselves - 3:38, 11:72, 14:39, 15:54, 19:4, 21:89, 37:100, 42:49, 51:29.

•           Giving the power to rule is Allah’s  Power - 2:247, 3:26, 12:101, 38:35.

•           Giving the wealth and poverty is Allah’s  Power - 2:155, 2:212, 2:245, 3:27, 3:37, 4:130, 5:64, 6:151, 9:28, 10:31, 10:107, 11:6, 13:26, 15:20,21, 16:71, 16:73, 17:30, 17:31, 20:132, 24:32, 24:38, 24:43, 25:10, 28:82, 29:17, 29:60, 29:62, 30:37, 30:48, 34:24, 34:36, 34:39, 35:3, 35:15, 39:52, 41:10, 42:12, 42:19, 42:27, 47:38, 51:58, 65:3, 67:21, 89:16, 93:8.

•           Giving rain is in Allah’s power - 2:22, 2:164, 6:6, 6:99, 7:57, 10:31, 11:52, 13:12, 13:17, 14:32, 15:22, 16:10, 16:65, 20:53, 22:5, 22:63, 23:18, 24:43, 25:48, 27:60, 27:64, 29:63, 30:24, 30:48, 31:10, 31:34, 32:27, 35:9, 35:27, 39:21, 40:13, 41:39, 42:28, 43:11, 45:5, 50:9, 56:68, 67:30, 71:11, 78:14, 80:25.

•           Giving relief from disease is Allah’s  Power - 2:156, 2:214, 6:17, 6:42, 7:94, 10:12, 10:21, 10:107, 11:10, 16:54, 17:56, 21:84, 23:75, 26:80, 27:62, 39:38, 57:22, 64:11.

•           Forgiving sins is in Allah’s Power - 2:37, 2:128, 2:160, 2:284, 3:128, 3:129, 3:135, 5:18, 5:40, 5:118, 7:23, 7:143, 9:80, 9:104, 11:52, 11:61, 11:90, 15:49, 20:82, 23:118, 27:46, 39:53, 42:25, 48:2, 48:14, 63:6.

•           Accepting the prayer is Allah’s  Power - 2:186, 6:63, 6:71, 7:29, 7:37, 7:55, 7:56, 7:194, 7:195, 7:197, 10:12, 10:22, 10:106, 11:101, 13:14, 16:20, 16:86, 17:56, 17:67, 18:52, 22:12, 22:13, 22:62, 22:73, 23:117, 27:62, 28:64, 29:42, 29:65, 30:33, 31:30, 31:32, 34:22, 35:13, 35:14, 35:40, 39:38, 40:12, 40:20, 40:60, 40:66, 46:4, 46:5.

xi.       Should not associate partners to Allah

•           Should not consider anything equal to Allah - 4:36, 6:14, 6:151, 7:33, 10:105, 13:36, 24:55, 28:87, 72:20.

•           Associating partners to Allah is a great sin - 4:48.

•           Associating partner to Allah is a great blunder - 4:116.

•           Associating partner to Allah is a great unjust - - 31:13.

•           Those who associated partners cannot escape by putting the blame on the fate - 6:148, 16:35, 43:20.

•           Those who associate partners cannot escape by putting the blame on their ancestors - 7:173.

xii.     There is no Justice in associating partners to Allah

•           No justice in associating partners to Allah - 6:148, 7:71, 10:36, 10:66, 12:40, 13:33, 16:71, 53:23.

•           As Allah bestows His mercy even on the sinners, there is no justice in associating partners to Him - 3:135, 4:110, 6:54, 7:153, 9:102, 16:119, 27:11, 39:53.

•           As we should not lose hope in the Mercy of Allah there is no justice in associating partners to Him - 12:87, 15:56, 39:53

•           As there is no power for whatever is worshipped other than Allah there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 5:17, 5:76, 6:46, 6:71, 7:188, 7:191, 7:192, 7:193, 7:195, 7:197, 7:198, 10:18, 10:49, 10:106, 13:14, 13:16, 16:73, 17:56, 19:42, 21:43, 21:66, 22:12, 25:3, 25:55, 26:72, 29:17, 34:22, 35:13, 39:38, 39:43, 72:21,22.

•           As the created things cannot be equal to the creator there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 7:191, 10:34, 13:16, 16:17,  16:20, 27:63, 30:40, 35:40, 46:4, 22:73, 25:3, 31:11, 32:22.

•           As those who are worshipped cannot even create a mosquito there is no justice in associating partners to Him - 7:191, 13:16, 16:17, 16:20, 22:73, 25:3, 31:11, 35:40, 46:4.

•           As those who are worshipped (other than Allah) cannot hear there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 7:198, 26:72, 35:14.

•           As those who are worshipped (other than Allah) cannot answer there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 6:36, 7:194, 13:14, 27:62, 35:14, 46:5.

•           When God is near there is no justice in associating partners to Him - 2:186, 11:61, 34:50, 50:16, 56:85.

•           As there is not intercessor to God, there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 2:186, 7:55, 7:56, 7:180, 17:110, 27:62, 40:60. 

•           As there is no evidence to associate partners to God, there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 3:151, 6:81, 7:33, 7:71, 12:40, 13:33, 18:15, 21:24, 22:62, 22:71, 23:117, 27:64, 29:41, 30:35, 42:21, 68:41.

•           As those that are called except Allah are only slaves like us, there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 3:79, 4:172, 7:194, 18:102, 19:93, 21:26, 43:15, 43:19

•           As the righteous and noble would not have asked them to worship them, there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 3:79,80, 4:172, 5:72, 5:116,117, 19:82, 29:25, 35:14.

•           As worshipping other is useless there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 2:171, 13:14, 22:31, 29:41, 30:28, 31:30.

•           As the power lies only with Allah in the hereafter and as the righteous and those who are worshipped cannot render any help, there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 2:165-167, 6:22, 6:94, 7:53, 11:101.

•           As those who are considered to be equal to God should not be feared, there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 6:80, 6:81, 7:195, 10:71, 11:54.

•           As those who worship whatever, worship only Shaitan, there is no justice in associating partners to Allah - 4:117, 4:171, 5:17, 5:73, 7:194, 10:66, 18:102.

xiii.   The consequences of associating partners to God

•           There is no forgiveness for association of partners to God - 4:48, 4:116, 5:72, 6:88, 39:65.

•           If association of partners to God is done, one cannot go to paradise - 5:72.

•           For associating partners to God, the reward is only Hell - 5:72, 9:17, 21:98,99, 25:68,69, 40:72-76, 98:6.

•           All the good deeds will be destroyed if association of partners is done - 6:88, 9:17, 39:65.

•           Those who have been associated as partners to God will evade those who associated them as partners - 6:22, 6:94, 7:37, 10:28, 16:27, 16:86, 18:52, 19:82, 26:92,93, 28:62-64, 28:74, 29:25, 30:13, 35:14, 40:73,74 41:47,48, 46:6.

xiv.     All acts of worship is only to Allah.

•           Worship is only to Allah 1:5, 2:83, 2:133, 3:51, 3:64, 4:36, 5:72, 5:117, 6:56, 7:59, 7:65, 7:73, 7:85, 9:31, 11:2, 11:26, 11:50, 11:61, 11:84, 13:36, 15:99, 16:36, 17:23, 18:110, 19:36, 19:65, 20:14, 21:25, 21:92, 22:71, 22:77, 23:23, 23:32, 27:45, 29:16, 29:36, 29:56, 36:61, 39:11, 39:14, 39:64, 40:66, 43:64, 46:21, 51:56, 53:62, 71:3, 98:5, 106:3.

•           Worship only the creator - 2:21, 6:102, 10:3, 41:37.

•           Worship only the one who has all the Powers - 5:76, 10:18, 10:104, 11:123, 12:40, 21:66, 25:55, 29:17.

•           Taking vows, an act of worship, is only to God - 2:270, 3:35, 19:26, 22:29, 76:7.

•           Sacrifice by slaughters, an act of worship, is only to God- 2:173, 5:3, 6:145, 16:115, 108:2.

•           Seeking forgiveness for the sins, an act of worship, is only to God - 2:199, 2:221, 2:268, 2:284, 3:129, 3:133, 3:135, 4:48, 4:64, 4:106, 4:110, 4:116, 5:18, 5:40, 5:74, 5:118, 7:23, 7:149, 11:3, 11:47, 11:52, 11:61, 11:90, 13:6, 15:49, 18:55, 20:82, 24:22, 24:62, 27:46, 39:53, 40:55, 41:6, 47:19, 48:14, 57:21, 71:10, 110:3.

•           Sajda (prostration), an act of worship, is only to God - 3:43, 7:206, 17:107, 22:77, 25:64, 27:25, 41:37, 48:29, 53:62, 76:26, 96:19.

•           Invocation, an act of worship, is only to God - 2:186, 3:38, 6:63, 7:29, 7:55, 7:56, 7:180, 7:194, 7:197, 10:12, 10:106, 13:14, 14:39, 14:40, 16:20, 17:56, 17:67, 17:110, 19:4, 22:12, 22:13, 22:62, 22:73, 23:117, 27:62, 29:65, 30:33, 31:30, 34:22, 35:13,14, 35:40, 39:8, 39:38, 39:49, 40:12, 40:14, 40:20, 40:60, 40:65,66, 46:4, 46:5, 72:20.

•           Seeking intercession is only to Allah - 10:18, 39:43, 43:86.

xv.       Nobody, nothing should be worshipped.

•           Should not worship the cattle - 2:51, 2:54, 2:92, 7:148, 7:152.

•           Should not worship the Angels - 3:80, 4:172, 13:13, 16:49, 21:26, 34:40, 43:19, 41:38, 66:6.

•           Should not worship the idols - 6:74, 7:71, 7:138, 7:195, 12:40, 14:35, 21:52, 21:57, 21:58, 22:73, 26:71,72, 37:95, 43:18, 53:19,20, 53:23, 71:23.

•           Should not worship the saints - 3:79, 4:172, 5:17, 5:72, 5:116, 7:194, 9:30, 18:102, 19:93, 21:26, 43:19, 43:59.

•           Should not worship the religious heads - 9:31.

•           Should not worship the prophets - 3:79, 3:80, 4:171, 4:172, 5:72, 5:73, 5:116, 5:117, 9:31, 18:110.

•           Should not worship the human-being - 3:64.

•           Should not worship the Sun and the Moon - 41:37.

xvi.     Prophets are also human-beings

•           Refer the title ‘Believing in the prophet’ for evidence for this.

xvii.   There is no share in the Power for the Prophets

•           Refer the title ‘Believing in the prophet’ for evidence for this.

xviii. Prophets are also the slaves of God

•           Refer the title ‘Believing in the prophet’ for evidence for this.

xix.     The prophet (pbuh) is also a slave of God

•           Refer the title ‘Believing in the prophet’ for evidence for this.

xx.       There is no power for prophets for performing miracles

•           Refer the title ‘Believing in the prophet’ for evidence for this.

xxi.     Should not invoke the dead people

•           The dead cannot hear - 2:259, 6:36, 27:80, 30:52, 35:14, 35:22, 46:5.

•           The dead cannot understand - 2:259, 5:109, 5:116,117, 10:29, 16:21, 23:100, 35:14, 46:5.

•           The dead cannot give answer - 7:194.

•           The dead cannot know whether they are invoked - 46:5.

xxii.   Relationship with those who associated partners to God

•           Should not seek forgiveness for those who associated partners to God - 9:31, 9:113.

•           Refuge can be given to those who associated partners to God - 9:6.

•           Those who associate partners to God should not administer the activities of the Masjid - 9:17.

•           Those who associate partner to God will not be allowed inside the campus of ‘Kaba’ - 9:28.

•           Associating partners to God should not be done even if the parents ask - 29:8, 31:15.

•           The duties to one’s parent should be done even if they associate partners to God - 29:8, 31:15.

BELIEVING IN ANGELS

1.         Various tasks of the angels

•           Worshiping  the God - 2:30, 7:206, 16:49, 21:19, 21:20, 21:26, 37:165,166, 39:75, 41:38, 42:5

•           Angels taking life - 4:97, 6:61, 6:93, 7:37, 8:50, 16:28, 16:32, 32:11, 47:27.

•           The angels who observe the human beings and record their deed-  10:21, 43:80, 50:18, 82:10,11, 86:4

•           Angels protect the human beings - 6:61, 9:40, 13:11, 82:10, 86:4

•           Angels who make intercession for righteous people in the hereafter - 21:28, 53:26

•           Angels seek forgiveness for the human being; they also pray for the human being –  11:73, 33:43, 40:7, 42:5

•           Angels bring good tiding to the prophets and the righteous people selected by god – 3:39, 3:42, 3:45, 11:69, 15:53, 19:19, 29:31, 41:30, 51:28, 54:55

•           Angels help the good in the battle field - 3:124, 3:125, 8:9, 8:12, 9:26, 9:40, 33:9

•           Angels bring God punishment - 6:158, 11:77-81, 15:58, 15:63, 16:33, 29:31, 51:32, 53:33

•           Angels bring revelation to the prophets  - 2:97, 16:2, 16:102, 22:75, 26:193, 41:51, 53:5

•           The angels who carry the Arsh of Allah - 40:7, 69:17

•           Angels as guards of hell - 39:71,73, 40:49, 43:77, 44:47,48, 50:21, 50:23,24, 66:6, 67:8, 74:30,31, 96:18

•           Angels will render a service to the people of the paradise  - 13:23, 15:46, 21:103, 41:31

•           They are sent to solve the problems  - 2:248

•           They shall be supportive to the prophet  - 2:253

•           They shall greet the people of the paradise - 7:43, 13:23,24, 15:46, 21:103

2.         Attributes of the Angels

•           There is no distinction of male and female among the angels - 17:40, 37:150, 43:19, 53:27

•           They tremble with fear to God - 13:13, 16:50, 21:28, 78:38

•           They do not eat - 11:70, 51:24

•           They travel at a speed of light in a day equivalent to 50,000 years - 70:4

•           They will not descend to the earth without the command of Allah - 19:64

•           They have wings - 35:1

•           They appear in the guise of human beings - 19:17

•           They will not get tired - 21:20, 41:38

•           They don’t have hidden knowledge - 2:,30,31,32, 16:77

•           They are also called messengers - 6:61, 7:38, 10:21, 11:69, 11:77, 11:81, 22:75, 29:31, 29:33, 35:1, 43:80

3.         The Angels whose names are mentioned

•           The angel Gibraeel who brought the Holy Quran to the prophet (Pbuh)  - 2:97, 16:102, 81:19, 26:193

•           Roohul khudus (pure soul) is the name of Gibraeel - 2:87, 2:253, 5:110, 16:102

•           Rooh (soul) is another name of Gibraeel - 19:17, 21:91, 78:38, 70:4, 97:4

•           Rooh-ul-ameen (the faithful soul) is also Gibraeel’s name.  - 26:193

•           The angel Mikaeel - 2:98

•           The angel Malik - 43:77

•           The angel Gibraeel’s coming every year - 97:4

Believing in the Books

1.         The previous Books

•           How many books are there?

a.         There are not only four Books 2:136, 2:213, 3:81, 3:84, 3:184, 7:35, 14:4, 19:12, 35:25, 57:25,25, 87:18.

b.         There are Books for all the Prophets

c.         Both Suhuf and the Book are the same - 20:133, 53:36, 80:13, 87:18, 87:19, 98:2

d.         The Books which were revealed previously were not protected in their original form 2:75, 2:79, 3:78, 4:46, 5:13, 5:41, 6:91.

•           Trading with the Books

a.         Do not trade with Books - 2:41, 2:174, 3:187, 3:199, 5:44, 9:9.

b.         Do not hide the Books - 2:146, 2:159, 2:174, 3:187.

•           Rejection of the Books

a.         Do not contradict with the Books - 2:176, 3:105, 11:110, 41:45.

b.         Do not mock at the Books - 2:231, 4:140, 9:65, 18:56, 18:106, 30:10, 45:9, 45:35.

c.         Disbelieving the Books is great wrong  - 3:4, 3:19, 4:136, 5:10, 5:86, 6:49, 6:89, 6:157, 7:9, 7:36, 7:40, 7:177, 7:182, 10:17, 10:95, 21:50, 23:66, 23:105, 25:30, 30:10, 31:7, 39:59, 40:70, 45:8, 45:31, 47:9, 62:5, 68:44

d.         Books will not be understood by the proud - 7:146.

•           Taurah

1.         It is a book given to many prophets including Prophet Moosa (pbuh) - 3:48,  5:44, 5:110

•           Injeel

1.         It is a Book given to Prophet Isa (pbuh) - 3:48, 3:50, 5:46, 5:110

•           Zaboor

1.         It is a Book given to Prophet Dawood (pbuh) - 4:163, 17:55, 21:105

2.         The Holy Quran

Evidences to prove that the Holy Quran is the Book of God

•           Refer the title “This is the Book of God” in the page 16 for details.

When was it revealed?

•           This was revealed in Ramzan -2:185.

•           It was revealed in Lailatul Qadr -44:3,97:1-3

The uniqueness of the Holy Quran

•           The Holy Quran belongs not only to Muslims  but also the whole mankind - 2:159, 2:168, 2:185, 2:221, 3:138, 4:170, 4:174, 7:158, 10:2, 10:57, 10:104, 10:108, 14:1, 14:52, 16:44, 17:89, 17:106, 18:54, 22:49, 29:43, 30:58, 34:28, 39:27, 39:41,.

•           The Holy Quran is easy to understand - 2:99, 2:159, 2:185, 2:219, 2:221, 2:242, 2:266, 3:103, 3:118, 3:138, 4:26, 4:82, 4:174, 5:15, 5:89, 6:105, 6:114, 7:52, 10:15, 10:37, 11:1, 16:89, 17:41, 17:89, 18:54, 20:2, 22:16, 22:72, 24:1, 24:18, 24:34, 24:46, 24:58, 24:59, 26:2, 27:1, 28:2, 29:49, 39:27, 41:3, 46:7, 54:17, 54:22, 54:32, 54:40, 55:2, 58:5, 65:11.

•           There is no Book after the Holy Quran - 2:185, 6:19, 25:1, 38:87, 39:41, 68:52, 81:27.

•           The Holy Quran is a protected Book - 15:9, 18:1, 39:28, 41:42, 75:17.

•           This is a Book which makes you to reflect (think) - 4:82, 17:41, 21:10, 23:68, 25:73, 38:29, 47:24.

•           When Holy Quran is recited, it should be listened attentively - 5:83, 7:204, 8:2, 53:60, 57:16.

•           In the Holy Quran there is cure for diseases - 10:57, 16:69, 17:82, 41:44

•           The Holy Quran was not revealed in a written form - 2:97, 4:153, 6:7, 7:157, 20:114, 25:4,5, 26:194, 29:48, 75:16, 75:18, 87:6,7.

•           The Holy Quran was revealed through the Angel named Jibrael - 2:97, 16:102, 26:193,194, 53:5-8, 81:19-24.

•           The Holy Quran, before its revelation, remained in the protected Register - 56:77,78, 85:21,22.

•           Before reciting The Holy Quran, we should seek protection from the (evils) of Shaitan - 16:98.

•           The Holy Quran was revealed gradually in small portion- 17:106, 20:114, 25:32, 75:16.

•           The teachings of Holy Quran will not benefit those who disbelieve in the hereafter - 17:45,46.

•           The proud cannot understand the Holy Quran - 7:146.

•           Few verses in The Holy Quran are altered (by God) - 2:106, 13:39, 16:101.

•           Nobody taught the Holy Quran to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) - 16:103, 25:5,6

•           Is there anything which cannot be understood in the Holy Quran? - 3:7

•           The verses of the Holy Quran will increase the belief 8:2, 9:124.

•           We should not sit in the assembly where The Holy Quran is criticized - 6:68.

Examples in the Quran

1.         It is a trade incurring loss, to follow the wrong way - 2:16.

2.         The example for the hypocrites - 2:17-20.

3.         The example for the hard-heartedness of the Jews - 2:74.

4.        The teaching given to the disbelievers is similar to speaking with the cattle - 2:171.

5.         Comparing the white thread to the dawn - 2:187.

6.         The couples are like garment for each other - 2:187.

7.         Comparing the spending in the right way to a grain which yields 700 times  - 2:261.

8.         The example for a person who donates for getting appreciation from others is similar to a rain which had fallen on a slippery rock - 2:264.

9.        The person who boasts about his help to others is similar to a rain which had fallen on a slippery rock - 2:264.

10.       The example of a person who spends for the sake of Allah is similar to a garden which remains at an elevated place - 2:265.

11.        The example of a person who spends for getting appreciation from other is similar to a garden which was destroyed by a wind of fire - 2:266.

12.       Spending of disbelievers is equivalent to the plants which were destroyed by the cold wind - 3:117.

13.       Comparing those who refuse to accept the faith to a dead body - 6:36, 6:122, 27:80, 30:52, 35:22.

14.       Showing Light for the straightway and showing the darkness for the wrong way as examples - 5:16, 6:122, 13:16, 24:35, 35:20, 39:22, 57:9, 65:11.

15.       Comparing those who disbelieve in the Quranic verses with dumb and the deaf - 6:39, 10:42, 10:43, 11:24, 13:16, 13:19, 21:45, 30:52, 43:40.

16.       Comparing the one who is in the right way to a person who has vision and the bad person to a blind one - 6:50, 35:19, 40:58, 41:17.

17.       Comparing the rain clouds to pregnant lady and the rain fall to a delivery of the child- 7:57.

18.       Comparing those who disbelieve in the Quranic verses and follow their desires to a dog which lolls its tongue - 7:176.

19.       Comparing those who refuse to believe in the truth to cattle - 7:179, 25:44, 47:12.

20.      Comparing a person who is in a wrong way to a person who has built a building which may fall at anytime on the bank of river - 9:109.

21.       Comparing persons who pray others except Allah to a person who open his hands thinking that the water should enter into his mouth - 13:14.

22.      Comparing the deeds of the disbelievers to ash which are scattered by the wind - 14:18.

23.      Citing example of a deep rooted tree which has grown healthy branches to a good principles - 14:24,25.

24.      Comparing a lush garden which is suddenly destroyed to the worldly life - 10:24, 18:45, 57:20.

25.      Comparing falsehood to a water bubble and the truth to a useful material - 13:17.

26.      Comparing an uprooted tree to a bad principle - 14:26.

27.      Comparing false deities to a slave who is disabled - 16:75.

28.      Comparing a person who refuses to preach truth to a dumb slave who is unfit for anything - 16:76.

29.      Comparing the one who breaks a row he has taken to person who has woven a thread firmly and cut it - 16:92.

30.      Giving an example of person who associates partners to God to a person who falls from the heaven - 22:31.

31.       Another example for the one who associates partners to God - 22:73.

32.      Comparing the deeds of a person who associates partners to God with a mirage - 24:39.

33.      Comparing the deeds of disbelievers to a person who is not able to see his own hand in the darkness of the deep sea - 24:40.

34.      Comparing those who associate partners to God to spiders - 29:41.

35.      Citing himself as an example to a person who associates partners to God - 30:28.

36.      Giving the shade as an example for the right way and the sunlight for the wrong way - 35:21.

37.      Comparing those who do good deeds to a trade which earn profit - 35:29.

38.      Giving example of a slave who has many owners to polytheist - 39:29.

39.      Comparing the barren land to a dead person - 43:11.

40.      Comparing the companions of the prophet to a lush garden - 48:29.

41.       Comparing back biting to eating the flesh of a human being - 49:12.

42.      Spending in good deeds is considered to be giving a loan to God - 2:245, 5:12, 57:11, 57:18, 64:17, 73:20.

43.      Comparing the people who do not act according to what they have learnt to a donkey which carries the volumes of book - 62:5.

44.      Comparing the one who has gone astray to a person who has fallen down on his face - 67:22.

45.      Comparing the prophet Isa (Pbuh) to the prophet Adam (Pbuh) - 3:59.

Believing in the Messengers of God

•           The word Nabi (Prophet) means the communicator in Islam. It refers to a person who receives the message from the God and conveys it to the people.

•           In the Quran, the word ‘Rasool’ is used to denote the Messenger. In Islam, it refers to a person who brings message from the God to the people.

•           Certain people assume that both the above mentioned words are different.

•           They argue that a Messenger is a person who has received the “Book” and a “Prophet” is a person who preaches on the basis of the book.

•           Certain others argue that the prophet is person who has brought a separate religion and the ‘Messenger’ is person who follows the teachings of the’ Prophet’.

•           They also make a false claim that the total number of the messengers in 313 and the total number of the prophets is 124000.

All the above beliefs are wrong

 Is the Messenger different from the Prophet?

1.         Book is given to the Rasool (The Messenger) also- 2:129, 2:151, 2:252, 3:164, 3:184, 4:136, 5:15, 5:67, 5:83, 6:130, 7:35, 9:97, 35:25, 39:71, 57:25, 62:2.

2.         Book is given to the Nabi (The Prophet) also - 2:136, 2:213, 3:79, 3:81, 3:84, 5:81, 19:30, 37:112-117, 29:27, 45:16, 57:26.

3.         Both Rasool (The messenger) and Nabi The Prophet) are the same - 7:157, 7:158, 9:61, 19:51, 19:54, 43:6.

4.        Separate religion for a Rasool - 9:33, 10:47, 17:15, 48:28, 61:9.

5.         Separate religion for “Nabi” (The prophet) - 19:49, 66:8

6.         Only one verse which implies that the ‘Rasool’  The messenger) may be different from ‘Nabi’ the prophet) - 22:52.

Many Messengers for a single generation.

1.         Moosa and Haroon are the prophets sent to the people of the same generation - 10:75, 19:53, 20:30, 21:48, 23:45, 25:35, 26:13, 28:34.

2.         Three prophets have been sent at one time for a generation - 36:13.

3.         Ibrahim (pbuh) and Lot (pbuh) have been sent at the same period to two different generations- 11:70, 11:74, 21:71, 29:26, 29:32.

4.        At the same period, in the same city, Zachariah (pbuh), Yahya (pbuh) and Isa (pbuh) have remained as the prophets - 19:7-34.

5.         A prophet for each language - 14:4.

A prophet for each generation

1.         There is a prophet of each generation - 10:47, 16:36, 23:44, 28:59.

Partiality among the prophets

•           There are differences among the prophets - 2:253, 17:55.

•           We should not show any partiality among the prophets - 2:136, 2:285, 3:84.

The prophet among the women

1.         Only men are “Prophets” - 12:109, 16:43,44, 21:7,.

Changes in laws due to the coming of the prophet

2.         The Changes in certain laws due to the coming of the prophets - 3:50, 3:183, 4:160, 5:15, 6:146, 7:157, 19:26, 34:13.

The Prophethood is the appointment of God

3.         It is not due to the individual’s ability but by the appointment of God - 3:81, 6:124, 19:12, 19:29, 93:7.

Prophets are also Human Beings

1.         The prophets do not have characteristic of an angel - 6:50.

2.         Prophets are also human being - 3:79, 10:2, 11:27, 14:10, 14:11,12, 16:43, 17:93, 17:94, 18:110, 21:3, 21:7, 23:24, 23:33, 23:34, 23:47, 26:154, 26:186, 36:15, 41:6, 54:24, 64:6.

3.         They ate food - 3:93, 5:75, 18:77, 21:8, 23:51, 25:7, 25:20, 26:79, 33:53.

4.        They lived with wives - 2:35, 4:1, 7:19, 7:83, 7:189, 11:40, 11:81, 13:38, 15:65, 19:55, 20:10, 20:117, 20:132, 21:76, 21:84, 21:90, 26:169, 26:170, 27:7, 27:57, 28:27, 28:29, 29:32, 29:33, 33:6, 33:28, 33:37, 33:50, 33:52, 33:53, 33:59, 37:76, 37:134, 38:43, 39:6, 51:26, 66:1, 66:3, 66:5.

5.         They had children- 2:132, 2:133, 3:39, 3:61, 5:27, 11:42, 11:45, 11:71, 11:72, 12:5, 12:67, 12:81, 12:87, 13:38, 14:35, 14:39, 15:53, 19:7, 33:59, 37:101, 37:102, 37:112, 51:28.

6.         They died - 2:133, 3:144, 6:162, 19:15, 21:8, 21:34, 26:81, 34:14, 39:30, 46:5.

7.         They grieved -  3:176, 5:41, 6:33, 10:65, 11:70, 12:13, 12:84, 12:86.

8.         They were killed -2:61, 2:87, 2:91, 3:21, 3:112, 3:181, 3:183, 4:155, 5:70..

9.        They were affected by illness and disease - 2:214, 6:34, 12:110, 14:12, 26:80, 38:41..

Prophets has no share in the Authority

1.         They will also be enquired on the Day of Judgment - 5:109, 5:116,117, 7:6, 39:69, 77:11.

2.         They shall forego their responsibility in the hereafter - 4:41, 5:116,117.

3.         Even the prophets cannot escape if they commit any wrong - 2:120, 6:15, 10:15, 10:106, 11:63, 39:13.

4.        They can neither do any good nor do any evil - 6:17, 7:188, 10:49, 10:107, 36:23, 39:38, 72:21.

5.         They cannot perform a miracle of their own accord - 3:49, 5:110, 6:37, 6:57, 6:109, 13:38, 14:11, 40:78.

6.         They do not possess the treasure of Allah - 6:50, 6:58, 11:31.

7.         Only Allah can forgive the Prophets - 4:106, 7:23, 7:151, 11:47, 23:118, 26:82, 28:16, 38:24, 38:35, 40:55, 47:19, 48:2, 66:1, 71:28, 110:3.

8.         Nooh (pbuh) could not save his wife and his son - 11:42, 11:45,46, 66:10.

9.        Ibrahim (pbuh) could not save his father and his people- 2:124, 9:114, 14:35.

10.       Nobody could save Isa (pbuh) if God decides to destroy him - 5:17.

11.        Yacoob (pbuh) could not prevent his son from being lost - 12:84, 85.

12.       Yusuf (pbuh) could not save himself from being jailed - 12:35.

13.       Ayyoob (pbuh) could not save himself - 21:83,84, 38:41.

14.       Yunus (pbuh)’s wish did not materialize 21:87, 37:144, 68:49.

15.       Looth (pbuh) could not save his wife - 7:83, 66:10, 15:59,60.

16.       The prophets cannot act against the command of God - 6:15, 10:15, 11:63, 39:13.

17.       Ibrahim (pbuh) could not beget any children till he reached his old age - 14:39, 15:54.

18.       Zakaria (pbuh) could not beget any child till he reached his old age - 3:38-40, 19:2-9, 21:89,90.

Prophets are only the slaves of God

1.         Prophets are also the slaves of God - 2:29, 3:79, 8:41, 11:31, 17:1.

2.         In the hereafter everybody would come only as a slave - 19:93.

3.         Even those who are involved are only slaves - 7:194, 18:102.

4.        Isa (pbuh) is also a slave of God - 4:172, 5:17, 19:30, 43:59.

5.         Nooh (pbuh) is also a slave - 17:3, 37:81, 54:9, 66:10

6.         Zakariah (pbuh) is also a slave - 19:2.

7.         Dawood (pbuh) is also a slave - 38:17.

8.         Sulaiman (pbuh) is also a slave - 38:30.

9.        Ayoob (pbuh) is also a slave - 38:41, 38:44.

10.       Looth (pbuh) is also a slave - 66:10.

11.        Ibrahim (pbuh) is also a slave - 37:111, 38:45.

12.       Isaac (pbuh) is also a slave - 38:45.

13.       Yacoob (pbuh) is also a slave - 38:45.

14.       Moosa (pbuh) is also a slave - 37:122.

15.       Haroon (pbuh) is also a slave - 37:122.

16.       Ilyas (pbuh) is also a slave - 37:132.

The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was a slave of God

1.         The Prophet (pbuh) is also a slave of God - 2:23, 8:41, 17:1, 18:1, 25:1, 53:10, 57:9, 72:19, 96:10.

2.         The Prophet (pbuh) has not possessed any powers which belong exclusively to God - 6:50, 7:188.

3.         He was not in possession of treasures of God - 3:127, 6:50, 7:188, 10:49, 10:107.

4.        The Prophet (pbuh)  cannot cause any good even to himself - 6:17, 7:188

5.         He should also seek refuge to God from Shaitan’s harms - 23:97.

6.         Only God can forgive even the prophet - 4:106, 9:43, 23:118, 48:2.

7.         If Allah wants to destroy the prophet (pbuh) no one can save him - 6:17, 67:28.

8.         It is not in the power of the prophet (pbuh) to lead a person in the right way - 2:264, 3:8, 6:35, 6:52, 10:99, 17:74-, 28:56.

9.        The prophet (pbuh) is not in possession of God’s authority - 3:128, 4:80.

10.       His mind is also in the hand of the God - 17:74.

11.        He is only a human being - 3:144, 11:12, 18:110, 41:6,.

12.       It is not in his power to destroy his enemy - 6:57.

The  Miracles of Prophets

1.         The prophets have no authority to perform miracles - 6:35, 10:20, 13:7, 13:27, 17:90-93.

2.         Miracles can be performed only if God desires - 2:203, 6:37, 6:109, 13:38, 14:11, 29:50, 40:78.

3.         Isa (pbuh) performed miracles only after obtaining permission from God - 3:49, 5:110.

4.        Only at the command of Allah Moosa (pbuh) strikes the sea with the staff - 2:60, 20:77, 26:63, 44:24.

5.         Only at the command of Allah Moosa (pbuh)’s staff transferred into a serpent - 7:117.

6.         Only at the command of Allah, Moosa (pbuh) strikes at the rock to bring at the spring of water - 2:60, 7:160.

7.         Miracle for the evil also 7:148, 20:85-88.

The necessity of following the prophet

1.         Following only the way shown by Allah and His prophet (pbuh) - 2:38, 2:170, 3:103, 6:106, 6:155, 7:3, 10:15, 10:109, 20:123, 25:30, 33:2, 39:3, 39:55, 46:9, 49:16.

2.         The necessity of obeying the prophet (pbuh) - 3:32, 3:123, 3:132, 4:59, 4:64, 4:69, 4:80, 5:92, 8:20, 8:46, 9:71, 24:47, 24:51, 24:52, 24:54, 24:56, 33:71, 47:33, 48:17, 49:14, 58:13, 64:12.

3.         Following the prophet (pbuh) - 2:143, 3:31, 3:53, 4:65, 4:115, 7:157, 7:158, 14:44, 20:134, 25:27, 28:47, 36:20, 43:61.

4.        Anything which is invented after the prophet (pbuh) will not be considered religion - 5:3, 6:150, 16:116, 39:3, 42:21, 49:16, 57:27.

5.         The forefathers cannot be followed - 2:170, 5:104, 7:28, 10:78, 21:53, 31:21, 36:74, 43:22, 43:23, 53:23.

6.         Following the leaders and scholars - 3:64, 9:31, 25:28,29, 33:66, 33:67.

7.         Should not follow the desires - 2:120, 2:145, 4:135, 5:48, 5:49, 5:77, 6:56, 6:150, 13:37, 18:28, 19:59, 20:16, 23:71, 25:43, 28:50, 30:29, 38:26, 42:15, 45:18, 45:23, 47:14, 47:16, 53:23, 54:3.

8.         Should not follow the majority - 6:116, 7:187, 12:21, 12:40, 12:68, 16:38, 25:50, 30:6, 30:30, 34:28, 34:36, 40:57, 45:26.

9.        Should not follow the doubtful - 6:116, 6:148, 10:36, 10:66, 30:29, 31:6, 49:12, 53:23, 53:28.

10.       Islam is only one way. There are not many ways - 4:59, 5:3, 6:153, 6:159, 6:161, 9:33, 12:108, 30:32, 42:13, 45:18.

11.        Those who have been followed will not accept the responsibilities of those who have followed them except the prophet (pbuh) 2:166,167, 14:21, 33:67,68, 40:47.

12.       No one has the authority to forbid anything 5:87, 6:140 -144, 6:150, 7:32, 9:29, 9:37, 10:59, 16:116, 66:1.

13.       The prophet (pbuh) has the authority to forbid 7:157, 9:29.

14.       It is a great offence to invent lies on Allah - 3:94, 4:48, 4:50, 6:21, 6:93, 6:138, 6:140, 6:144, 7:37, 7:152, 10:17, 10:69, 11:18, 16:56, 16:105, 16:116, 18:15, 20:61, 29:13, 29:68, 61:7.

15.       It is a great offence to invent lies claiming prophet-hood - 6:93.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was the final prophet

1.         He was the last prophet - 4:79, 4:170, 7:158, 9:33, 10:57, 10:108, 14:52, 21:107, 22:49, 25:1, 33:40, 34:28, 62:3.

The necessity of prophet’s way along with the Quran

1.         The prophet (pbuh) explains after reciting - 2:129, 2:151, 3:164, 62:2.

2.         The Quran gives approval to the Qibla adopted by the prophet (pbuh) - 2:142-145.

3.         The approval of Quran to the laws regarding fasting adopted by the prophet (pbuh) - 2:187.

4.        The explanation given by the prophet (pbuh) regarding the Holy month - 2:194, 2:217, 5:2, 5:97, 9:5, 9:36.

5.         The explanation given by the prophet regarding the Tamatthu haj - 2:196.

6.         Explanation of prophet (pbuh) regarding the months of Hajj - 2:197

7.         The explanation of the prophet (pbuh) regarding the departure in two days - 2:203.

8.         The Book and the Wisdom - 2:129, 2:151, 2:231, 3:81, 3:164, 4:54, 4:113, 33:34, 62:2.

9.        The method of prayer when there is no fear - 2:239, 4:103.

10.       The Book and the manuscript 3:184, 16:44, 35:25.

11.        The two different laws uttered by the Quran regarding the property of the one who has no children - 4:12, 4:176.

12.       The explanation of Quran will be explained to the prophets only - 4:105.

13.       Those who differentiate in obeying to God and his prophet cannot be Muslims - 4:150,151.

14.       The work of a prophet is not only to get the Book - 6:9, 17:95.

15.       The Book and the authority - 3:79, 6:89, 19:12, 21:74, 28:14, 45:16. 

16.       The authority to forbid and then to permit - 7:157, 9:29.

17.       The three persons whose judgment has been stayed - 9:118.

18.       The Book revealed in the mother tongue of the prophets in order to explain -14:4.

19.       The prophet (pbuh) has to understand the Quran - 16:44, 16:64.

20.      The explanation of prophet (pbuh) regarding the signs shown by the God - 17:60.

21.       The Book and whatever given to prophet (pbuh) - 40:70.

22.      In addition to the Book other types of revelation of God - 42:51, 66:3.

23.      God approving the prohibition of the prophet - 58:8.

24.      The command to depart from where the people depart - 2:199.

25.      Moosa (pbuh) who preached for many years without the book - 7:142 - 145.

26.      What was the promise of Allah? - 8:7

27.      Is it wrong to accumulate wealth? - 9:34

Believing in the last day

It will happen suddenly

1.         The day is not far off - 7:185, 17:51, 21:1, 21:97, 33:63, 42:17, 47:18, 54:1, 70:7, 78:40.

2.         Suddenly before the wink of an eye 6:31, 12:107, 16:77, 21:40, 22:55, 43:66, 47:18.

3.         Nobody can know the happening of the hereafter - 7:187,   20:15, 31:34, 33:63, 41:47, 43:85, 79:42,43.

The blowing of the Soor

1.         Soor blown for the destruction - 6:73, 27:87, 36:49, 39:68, 50:20, 69:13-18, 79:6.

2.         Soor blown in order to make things alive - 18:99, 20:102, 23:101, 27:87, 36:51, 36:53, 37:19, 39:68, 50:42, 74:8-10, 78:18, 79:7, 79:13.

3.         When the soor is blown except those who are desired by God others in the heaven and the earth will swoon - 39:68.

That Day is a harsh day

1.         The day, everyone will be presented before the God - 2:148, 2:281, 3:9, 3:25, 3:157, 4:87.

2.         The leaders who will forego their followers - 2:166,167, 10:28, 14:21, 29:25, 34:31,32.

3.         The Day in which the consequence of their deed will be seen - 3:25, 3:30, 3:115, 3:161, 4:40, 40:17.

4.        The day in which every one of them will be surging against each other - 18:99.

5.         There will not even be time to draw their death-will - 36:50.

6.         The day in which neither their children nor their wealth will be helpful - 3:116.

7.         The day in which the heaven and the earth will be transformed - 14:48.

8.         The day everyone will be distressed - 19:39.

9.        The day suckling woman will forget her child - 22:2.

10.       The day the human being will give witness against himself - 24:24.

11.        The day in which nobody can help anybody - 2:48,123, 2:254, 14:31, 26:88, 43:67, 60:3, 70:10, 80:34,35,36.

12.       The day certain people’s faces will become bright and certain people’s faces become dark - 3:106, 10:26, 39:60, 75:22, 80:38, 88:8.

13.       The day the truth will be beneficial -5:119.

14.       The day nothing can be hidden -4:42, 86:9.

15.       Cannot speak without the permission of the God - 11:105, 78:38.

16.       The eyes would (not blink) be staring- 14:42, 24:37, 75:7.

17.       It will make suckling mother forget  - 22:2.

18.       The pregnant woman delivers the child - 22:2.

19.       It will make people intoxicated - 22:2.

20.      The hearts will block the throat - 40:18.

21.       The hair of even the small boy will turn gray - 73:17.

22.      The angels will stand in lines - 78:38.

23.      The relatives run away from their own people - 6:94, 16:111, 19:80, 19:95, 23:101, 28:66, 31:33, 35:18, 60:3, 75:10, 80:34, 82:19.

24.      The people will come out like moths - 101:4.

25.      The evil people will be raised with blue eyes - 20:102.

26.      The animals will  be raised - 6:38, 81:5

27.      The Jinn will be raised- 6:128-130

28.      The Shaitan will be raised - 19:68

29.      The legs will be wound with the other leg - 75:29,30.

The signs of the day of Qiyamath Last Day)

1.         The coming of the ‘Yajuj’ and ‘Majuj’ - 18:94, 21:96.

2.         The origin of the smoke cloud which will cover the human beings - 44:10.

3.         The animal which will identify and speak with those who do not believe in the verses of God - 27:82.

4.        The coming of Isa (Pbuh) - 43:61, 3:55, 3:144, 4:159, 5:75, 5:110, 5:116, 19:30,31.

The initial events of the day of Qiyamat (Last Day)

1.         The heaven will  be  folded - 21:104, 52:9, 55:37, 69:16, 70:8, 78:19

2.         The mountains along with the heaven will be thrown away. Then, they will dash with each other and will be turned into dust - 18:47, 20:105, 52:10, 56:5,6, 69:14, 70:9, 73:14, 77:10, 78:20, 81:3, 101:5.

3.         The brightness of moon will be dimmed. Both the sun and the moon will be joined together - 75:8,9, 77:7, 81:1,2, 82:2.

4.        The earth will become an open ground - 18:47, 56:4, 69:14, 73:14, 84:5, 89:21, 99:1-4.

5.         Seas will be burnt - 81:6

6.         Seas will surge and barriers will be removed - 82:3

7.         The present earth will be transformed into to a new earth - 14:48, 21:104, 39:67

8.         The heaven will be transformed into a new heaven - 14:48

Raised and gathered together

1.         Will be raised in the similar form as they had been created - 7:29, 18:48, 21:104.

2.         They will think that they had lived on the earth for few minutes only, when they will be raised - 10:45.

3.         The bad people will be raised as blind, dump and deaf - 17:72, 17:97, 20:124

4.        They will make their step very slowly. They will move in humility before their God -20:108

5.         They will get out of their graves quickly towards their God - 36:51.

6.         They will be called along with their leaders - 17:71.

7.         Those who were burnt and dissolved in the seas and those who were eaten by the animals will also be raised - 2:148, 3:157, 4:87.

Easy for God

1.         It is easy for one who created first to recreate - 2:27, 17:49-51, 29:20, 30:27, 31:28, 36:79.

2.         It is easy for God to create the man rather than creating the heaven and the earth - 36:81, 40:57, 79:27.

The register of deeds

1.         The register of deeds - 3:30, 10:61, 17:13, 17:14, 17:71, 18:49, 18:50, 23:62, 39:69, 45:24, 45:28, 45:29, 69:19, 69:25, 84:7, 84:10,.

Enquiry

1.         One the day of enquiry the hand, legs, skins, sense of hearing and the sight will speak - 24:24, 36:65, 41:20.

Intercession

1.         There is no intercession - 2:48, 2:123, 2:254, 6:51, 6:70, 6:94, 7:53, 10:18, 30:13, 32:4, 36:23, 39:43, 39:44, 40:18, 74:48.

2.         Intercession can be done with permission - 2:255, 10:3, 19:87, 20:109, 21:28, 34:23, 43:86, 53:26.

There is no pleader in the Hereafter

1.         No pleader in the hereafter - 11:105, 16:111, 23:108, 36:65, 78:38.

Evaluation of Meezan

1.         Evaluation in the Hereafter - 7:8,9, 18:105, 21:47, 23:102, 23:103, 101:6, 101:8.

Nobody can bear other’s burden

1.         One has to bear his own burden - 2:134, 2:141, 2:286, 4:111, 6:31, 24:11.

2.         If others are misled by a person then that burden has to be borne  by him - 16:25.

3.         A person cannot bear the burden of others - (2:134, 2:141, 2:281, 2:286, 3:25, 3:161, 4:111, 6:31, 6:164, 7:39, 7:96, 9:82, 9:95, 10:8, 10:52, 17:15, 35:18, 39:7, 39:24, 39:48, 39:51, 40:17, 45:22, 52:21, 53:38, 74:38).

The life in the Grave

1.         The life in the Grave - 6:93, 36:51, 40:46.

Rewards for Good deeds 10 times and punishment for bad deeds 1 time

1.         For a Good deed 10 times and for a bad deed 1 time - 2:272, 2:281, 3:25, 3:57, 3:161, 3:182, 4:40, 4:49, 4:124, 6:120, 6:160, 7:147, 8:60, 10:47, 10:54, 16:111, 17:71, 18:49, 21:47,.

The Garden of the Paradise

1.         This earths and heaven will disappear - 14:48.

2.         The paradise is expansive to the extent of seven heaven and the earth - 3:133, 57:21.

3.         Paradise has doors -38:50.

4.        Rivers will flow beneath the paradise - 2:25, 3:15, 3:136, 3:195, 3:198, 4:13, 4:57, 4:122, 5:12, 5:85, 5:119, 7:43, 9:89, 10:9, 14:23, 20:76, 22:14, 22:23, 23:10, 57:12.

5.         There are beautiful living places - 9:72, 13:29, 39:20, 61:12.

6.         There are many degrees among the righteous - 4:95, 57:10.

7.         The angels will greet them and lead them - 3973.

8.         Righteous descendant will join their parents - 52:21.

9.        Women can also enter paradise. Injustice will not be done to them - 3:195, 4:124, 16:97, 33:35, 40:40.

10.       They will see God there - 2:46, 2:223, 2:249, 3:77, 6:31, 6:154, 10:7, 10:11, 10:15, 10:45, 11:29, 13:2, 18:105, 18:110, 29:5, 29:23, 30:8, 32:10, 33:44, 41:54, 75:23, 83:15.

11.        Reward of pure mates in the paradise - 2:25, 3:15, 4:57, 37:48,49, 38:52, 44:54, 52:20, 55:56,57, 55:70,-84, 56:22,23, 56:35, 78:32.

12.       They will be reclining on the couches with their mates - 36:56, 52:20, 83:23.

13.       They will be reclining on the adorned couches - 15:47, 18:31, 36:56, 37:44, 52:20, 55:76, 56:15, 76:13, 83:23, 83:35.

14.       Even a person with black complexion will be transformed into a person of fair complexion - 3:106, 3:107, 10:26. 

15.       Heat will not be felt - 4:57, 13:35, 20:119, 36:56, 56:30, 76:13, 76:14, 77:41.

16.       The climate will not be extremely cold - 76:13.

17.       They will have friendship with noble persons - 4:69.

18.       No person will have evil intention - 7:43, 15:47.

19.       Wretchedness will not be caused by anybody - 10:26.

20.      They will often meet their righteous parents and their offspring -13:23.

21.       Equal rewards will be given both to the men and women - 3:195, 4:124, 16:97, 33:35, 40:40.

22.      They will exchange salaam (greeting) - 14:23, 19:62, 25:75, 33:44, 54:26, 56:26.

23.      There will not be any hardship - 15:48, 35:35.

24.      They will not be expelled - 2:25, 2:82, 3:107, 3:136, 4:13, 4:122, 5:85, 7:42, 9:22, 9:89, 9:100, 10:26, 11:23, 11:108, 14:23, 15:48, 20:76, 23:11, 25:15, 25:16, 46:16, 50:34.

25.      Springs will exist - 15:45, 44:52, 51:15, 55:50, 55:66, 76:6, 76:18, 77:41, 83:28, 88:12.

26.      You will get whatever you wish - 16:31, 21:102, 25:16, 36:57, 41:31, 42:22, 43:71, 44:55, 50:35, 77:42.

27.      They will not like to go any other places from there - 18:108.

28.      There will not be any useless talk - 19:62, 56:25, 78:35, 88:11.

29.      There will not be any nakedness - 20:118.

30.      They will wear jewels - 18:31, 22:23, 35:33, 76:21.

31.       They will have silk garments - 18:31, 22:23, 35:33, 44:53, 55:54, 76:12, 76:21.

32.      They will live in palaces - 9:72, 25:10, 39:20, 61:12.

33.      They will have siesta - 25:24.

34.      They will be dwelling on the high palaces - 25:75, 34:37, 39:20, 69:22, 88:10

35.      They will indulge in happiness - 36:55, 43:71.

36.      There is no death - 20:74, 35:36, 44:56, 87:13.

37.      Young boys will do the service - 52:24, 56:17, 76:19.

38.      Light will be glowing from their front and their back - 57:12, 57:13, 57:19, 66:8.

39.      They will have separate rule - 76:20.

40.      They will have cheerful faces - 75:22, 80:38, 83:24, 88:8.

41.       They will have cushion to recline - 88:15.

42.      They shall have valuable (bed) spreads - 55:54, 55:76, 56:34, 88:16.

43.      There are two types of paradise - 55:46-53, 55:62.

Food in paradise

1.         No hunger - 20:118.

2.         Starvation will not be felt due to the continuous supply of food - 13:35.

3.         No thirst - 20:119.

4.        Meat is available - 52:22, 56:21.

5.         River water without any stench will be available in addition the river of the milk and the river of wine - 47:15.

6.         All varieties of fruits are available - 47:15.

7.         They shall eat exclusively - 38:51, 43:73.

8.         Food will be supplied two times - 19:62.

9.        They will eat in vessel made of gold and silver - 43:71, 76:15.

10.       Pure and pure wine will be supplied. There will not be any intoxication in it  - 37:45-48, 52:23, 56:18,19 83:25-28.

11.        Fruits which are supplied will have the same shape of the fruits eaten earlier - 2:25, 36:57, 37:42, 52:22, 55:68, 78:32.

12.       Can get whatever fruits you wish - 56:20.

13.       Fruits will be hanging very near to one’s hand - 69:23, 76:14.

14.       Will have a drink of camphor - 76:5.          

15.       Will have a drink of ginger - 76:17.

The Hell

1.         Everyone has to cross the hell - 19:71.

2.         Materials of fuel for the hell - 2:24, 21:98, 40:72, 72:15.

3.         Many degrees in the hell - 4:145.

4.        Cannot get out of the hell - 5:37, 32:20.

5.         Seven gates of the hell - 15:44.

6.         Those who have misled and those who have been misled quarrel among themselves - 7:38, 7:39, 26:96-102, 33:66-68, 38:60-63, 40:47-48.

Food in the hell

1.         Made to drink boiling water - 6:70, 10:4, 37:67, 38:57, 47:15, 55:44, 56:42, 56:54, 56:93, 78:25, 88:5.

2.         Made to drink purulent water - 14:16,17, 38:57, 69:36, 78:25.

3.         The intestines will be cut into pieces due to the heat of the boiling water - 47:15.

4.        Made to drink hot water which will be like the melted copper - 18:29.

5.         The Zakkoom Tree as food - 37:66, 44:43-46, 56:52,53.

6.         The food that does not pass the throat, will burn the skin - 73:13, 74:29.

7.         Tree of thorns as food - 88:6.

8.         The food will not satisfy your hunger - 88:7.

Various types of Punishment

1.         The burnt skin will be replaced immediately - 4:56.

2.         The garments of fire 22:19.

3.         Boiling water will be poured on the head - 22:19, 44:48.

4.        Burnt with fire - 40:72.

5.         Wind of fire will blow - 56:42.

6.         Will be shackled - 13:5, 34:33, 36:8, 40:71, 69:32, 73:12, 76:4.

7.         Sheet made of fire - 7:41.

8.         Covering of fire 7:41.

9.        Heated in the fire of hell and will be branded - 9:35.

10.       When the heat decreases it will be increased at once - 17:97.

11.        There is no death - 14:17, 20:74, 35:36, 44:56, 78:13, 87:13.

12.       It contains intense heat - 9:81.

13.       The cries and the shouts of the people of hell - 11:106, 21:100.

14.       They will be hit by iron hammer - 22:21.

15.       The fire will burn the face - 23:104.

16.       The fury and roaring sound - 25:12, 67:7.

17.       They will be overturned in it - 26:94, 33:66.

18.       Will be tormented from the below and the above - 29:55.

19.       The torment will not be reduced - 40:49, 43:75.

20.      The shade will be nothing but a black smoke - 56:43-44.

21.       Severe and harsh guards - 66:6, 74:31.

22.      The heat will open the skull - 70:16.

23.      Will throw huge palace sized torches of fire - 77:31-34.

24.      Will not enjoy comfort of coolness - 78:24.

25.      Will seize the heart - 104:6,7.

Those who permanently dwell in hell

1.         Those who disbelieved the God - 2:39, 2:161,162, 2:217, 2:257, 3:116, 4:169, 9:68, 33:65, 39:72, 40:76, 41:28, 59:16, 64:10, 98:6.

2.         Only did bad deeds without doing even a single good deed - 2:81, 10:27, 16:29, 43:74.

3.         Those who received the interest - 2:275.

4.        Those who disbelieved in God after believing - 3:88.

5.         Those who disbelieved Allah and his messenger and transgressed his entire limit - 4:14, 5:80, 72:23.

6.         Using the vow as shield to prevent people from the Allah’s right way - 58:16.

7.         Those who committed murder - 4:93.

8.         Rejected after refusing to believe in the verses of God - 7:36, 20:100, 23:103.

9.        Those who associated partners to God - 6:128, 9:17, 25:68, 40:76, 98:6.

10.       Those who fight against Allah and His prophet - 9:63.

11.        Hypocrites who use deceit        - 9:68.

12.       Those who do not believe in the Hereafter - 10:52, 13:5, 22:14.

The Partition Wall

1.         A few people on the wall - 7:46.

Believing in the Fate

1.         The right way and the wrong way are according to the fate - 2:7, 2:142, 2:213, 2:253, 2:272, 3:176, 4:94, 4:88, 4:143, 5:41,48, 6:25, 6:35, 6:39, 6:107, 6:111,112, 6:125, 6:137, 6:149, 7:30, 7:101, 7:155, 7:176,178, 7:186, 9:55, 9:85,87, 9:93, 10:74, 10:99, 11:18, 11:34, 13:27, 13:31, 13:33, 14:4, 16:9, 16:19, 16:36, 16:37, 16:93, 16:108, 17:46, 17:97, 18:17, 18:57,  22:16, 24:21, 24:35, 24:46, 28:56, 30:29, 30:59, 32:13, 35:8, 36:9, 39:23, 39:36, 40:33,35, 42:8, 42:24, 42:44,46, 42:52, 45:23, 47:16, 63:3, 74:31.

2.         Only the man is responsible for the deeds - 2:57, 2:79, 2:90, 2:134, 2:141, 2:225, 2:281,286, 3:25, 3:108, 3:117, 3:161, 3:182, 4:62, 5:80, 5:105, 6:70, 6:116, 6:119,120, 6:129,  7:96, 8:51, 9:70, 9:82, 9:95, 10:8, 10:44, 10:108, 11:101,  13:11, 14:27, 14:51, 15:84, 16:33, 16:118, 17:15, 17:19, 17:18, 18:29, 18:57, 22:10, 27:92, 28:47, 29:40, 30:9, 30:36, 30:41, 31:6, 34:50, 39:7, 39:41,50,51, 40:17, 40:31, 41:17, 42:20,30, 42:48, 43:76, 45:14, 45:22, 59:18, 62:7, 73:19, 74:37,38, 74:55, 76:29, 78:39,40, 80:12, 81:28, 83:14, 89:24.

3.         Shaitan’s Work is to mislead - 2:36, 2:268, 3:155, 3:175, 4:60, 4:119, 4:120, 5:91, 6:43, 6:68, 7:20, 16:63, 17:27, 17:64, 19:58, 20:120, 25:29, 27:24.

4.        The man is responsible for his own fall - 10:108, 17:15, 39:41.

5.         The favour of Allah is also due to the fate - 2:90, 2:105, 3:73, 3:74, 5:54, 62:4.

6.         Acquiring wealth is also due to the fate - 2:212, 3:27, 3:37, 9:28, 13:26, 17:30, 24:38, 28:82, 29:62, 34:36, 39:52, 42:12, 42:19.

7.         The rule to govern is also due to the fate - 2:247, 3:36, 7:128.

8.         The quarrel and fighting are only due to the fate - 2:253, 4:90.

9.        Honors and humiliation are also due to the fate - 3:26.

10.       The division among the people is also due to the fate - 5:48, 11:118, 16:93, 42:8.

11.        Everything is due to fate - 6:59, 10:61, 13:11, 35:11, 57:22, 74:56.

12.       Associating partners to God is also due to fate - 6:108.

13.       Misleading is also due to the fate - 6:112.

14.       Killing babies is also due to the fate - 6:137.

15.       The man’s thinking is also due to the fate - 76:30, 81:29.

16.       A person cannot escape placing the blame on the fate - 6:148, 16:35, 36:47, 43:20.

17.       Allah will change the fate - 13:39.

18.       What is the reason for creating the fate which seems to give contradictory views? - 57:23

Other beliefs

Islam

1.         Only Islam will be acceptable to God - 3:19, 3:85.

2.         No compulsion in the religion - 2:256, 3:20, 4:63, 4:80, 5:92, 6:104, 6:107, 9:6, 10:99, 10:108, 11:28, 18:29, 27:92, 39:41, 42:15, 42:48, 50:45, 88:22.

3.         Will not be burdened beyond his capacity - 2:233, 2:236, 2:286, 5:6, 6:152, 7:42, 23:62, 65:7.

4.        It is a complete religion - 5:3.

5.         The limit should not be crossed in the religion - 4:171, 5:77, 49:16.

6.         The religion should not be made difficult 2:185, 2:286, 5:6, 22:78, 49:16, 73:20.

7.         Those who change to other religions - 2:217, 3:86, 3:90, 5:54, 16:106, 47:25.

8.         Only formalities will not be enough - 2:177.

9.        There is no ritual to embrace Islam- 2:138

10.       It is an easy religion - 2:185, 2:233, 7:42, 4:28, 6:152.

11.        Should enter Islam completely - 2:208.

12.       If the enemies accept Islam then the old rivalries should be forgotten - 9:11.

13.       Islam will replace all the former religions - 9:33, 48:28, 61:9.

14.       There is no compromise in the religion - 5:49, 11:12, 11:113, 17:74.

15.       A person should not sit in an assembly where the religion is mocked at - 4:140, 6:68.

16.       There is no punishment for the forgetfulness - 2:286.

17.       There is no punishment for any act committed wrongly - 2:286.

18.       The generation which has not received the teaching of prophet - 2:62, 5:69, 22:17.

19.       If it is compelled there is forgiveness - 2:173, 5:3, 6:119, 6:145, 16:106, 16:115, 20:73, 24:33.

Believing in the existence of Shaitan

1.         Iblees belong to the race of Jinn, which was created by fire - 7:12, 18:50.

2.         Iblees considered obeying to Adam as disrespect to himself and refused to obey - 2:34, 15:31, 17:61, 20:116, 38:74.

3.         He requested God that he can make the human being astray if he is given an opportunity -7:14-17, 15:36-,39, 17:62-64.

4.        He cannot mislead people who have firm belief - 16:99, 14:22, 15:42, 17:65.

5.         His followers are called Shaitans. As he belong to the race of jinns he will also have offspring - 18:50.

6.         He will not be visible to others except to the prophets of God - 7:27.

7.         He will enter into the minds of the human being and create evil thoughts - 4:119, 4:120, 5:91, 7:20, 20:120, 114:4.

8.         He will also go to hell as the evil people go there - 14:22, 26:94,95, 59:15.

9.        It is a duty for the people, who affected by evil thoughts created by shaitans, to seek refuge with Allah - 7:200, 16:98, 23:97,98, 40:56, 41:36, 113:4, 114:3..

10.       Shaitan cannot over-hear the messages from the heaven - 15:17,18, 26:212, 37:7-10, 67:5, 72:8,9.

Believing in the existence of Jinn

1.         Prophets were sent to Jinn also - 6:130.

2.         The evil Jinns will go to hell - 6:128, 7:38, 7:179, 11:119, 41:25, 41:29, 46:18, 55:39.

3.         Similar to human beings, Jinns also have orders - 17:88, 51:56, 55:33.

4.        Iblees, father of shaitans, is also from the race of Jinn - 18:50.

5.         God gave Sulaiman (pbuh) the special power to control the Jinns - 21:82, 27:17, 27:39, 34:12, 38:37,38.

6.         Jinns are stronger than the human beings - 27:39,40, 72:8,9.

7.         The prophet (pbuh) was sent as a messenger to the jinn also - 46:29-32, 72:1-4, 72:19.

8.         There are disbelievers of the hereafter among the jinn also - 72:7.

9.        Jinns will be prevented from their attempts to overhear the messages from the heaven - 15:17,18, 26:212, 37:7-10, 67:5, 72:8,9.

10.       Among Jinns there are good and bad - 72:11-14.

11.        Jinns are created by fire - 7:12, 15:27, 38:76, 55:15.

12.       As the evil people were enemies to the prophets of God, the evil jinns were also enemies to the prophets of God - 6:112.

Sorcery (Sihr)

1.         Claiming to perform Sihr (Sorcery) is disbelieving in God 2:102.

2.         Nothing can be done with Sorcery - 2:102.

3.         The one who has learnt ‘Sorcery’ will not be successful in the here-after - 2:102.

4.        At the most, division between the relatives can be made - 2:102.

5.         This is from the side of shaitan - 2:102.

6.         ‘Sorcery’ is only illusion and deceit - 7:116, 10:81, 20:66, 20:69.

7.         ‘Sorcery’ cannot be performed on the prophet of God - 17:47,48, 17:101, 25:8, 26:153, 26:185.

8.         ‘Sorcery’ cannot be performed on the prophet (pbuh) - 5:67, 15:9, 75:17, 114:1.

Waseela (Means of seeking nearness to God)

1.         Seeking waseela - 5:35.

2.         Even the people who are nearer to God seek waseela - 17:57.

Baiat (Pledge)

1.         There is neither Baiat nor Mureed - 2:272, 48:10, 48:12, 48:18.

2.         The minds are in the hands of Allah- 2:272, 3:8, 4:88, 6:35, 6:66, 6:107, 10:43, 10:108, 16:37, 24:54, 27:81, 27:92, 28:56, 30:53, 34:50, 35:8, 39:41, 43:40, 50:45, 88:21, 93:7.

God’s Master Register

1.         It is a protected Register - 6:38, 6:59, 9:36, 10:61, 11:6, 13:38,39, 17:58, 20:52, 22:70, 23:62, 27:75, 34:3, 35:11, 43:4, 50:4, 56:77,78, 57:22, 85:21,22.

Purification

1.         Postponing the ‘Purification’ - 9:37.

2.         It is not in the power of man to perform ‘Purification’ - 9:37.

3.         Should maintain what Allah has purified - 5:2.

4.        Monuments -2:248.

Isra

1.         Isra Journey - 17:1.

Miraj

•           It is true incident - 17:60, 53:13, 53:14, 53:15, 53:17, 53:18.

•           The prophet (pbuh) met Moosa (Pbuh) during this incident - 32:23.

Dreams

•           The effect of dream is not contradictory to it - 8:43, 12:36,37, 12:43, 12:47, 12:100, 48:27.

•           Hiding the dreams from others - 12:5.

•           Informing the dreams to confidential people - 12:4.

•           The dreams of the prophet of God are also the revelation from God - 37:102-105.

•           The interpretation of dreams is with God 12:37.

Superstition

1.         Should not have superstition - 2:189, 6:100, 6:138, 6:139, 6:140, 6:143, 6:144.

2.         It is the work of shaitan - 4:118,119, 6:142, 17:64.

3.         Seeking decisions by divining arrows or throwing lots - 5:3.

4.        Changing the shape is the work of shaitan - 4:119.

5.         There is no such thing as evil men  - 7:131, 27:47, 36:18.

6.         The period of ignorance - 5:103, 8:35, 9:37.

7.         Prediction and astrology - 5:3, 5:90, 6:59, 10:20, 27:65, 31:34, 34:3,  16:77,   34:14,  2:36, 7:20, 7:22, 7:27, 20:115, 20:120,121, 11:77, 11:81, 15:62, 27:20, 27:22, 12:11, 15, 12:66,  38:22-24, 7:150, 20:67, 20:86, 28:15.

8.         Believing that angels and prophets have the knowledge of the hidden - 5:109, 11:31 ,11:42, 11:46,47, 9:114, 11:69,70, 15:52, 15:53, 37:104, 51:26, 5:116, 5:117, 2:,30,31,32.

Worship

Prayer (Salat)

Prayer is a duty.

1.         Prayer is a duty - 2:43, 2:83, 2:110, 2:238, 4:77, 6:72, 14:31, 22:78, 24:59, 29:45, 30:31, 58:13, 73:20, 98:5.

2.         Women should also pray - 33:33.

3.         Making the family members to pray - 20:132.

4.        Prayers were enjoined on the previous generations - 3:39, 10:87, 11:87, 14:37, 14:40, 19:31, 20:14, 21:73, 31:17.

5.         A person has to do work which should not prevent him from performing his duty - 24:37.

The Benefits of Prayer

1.         Seeking help through prayers - 2:45, 2:153.

2.         Benefit received for those who pray - 2:177, 2:277, 4:162, 5:12, 7:170, 9:71, 13:22, 22:35, 27:3, 30:31, 35:29, 42:38, 70:23, 70:34.

3.         Prayer is the sign of a Muslim - 9:5, 9:11, 22:41.

4.        Prayer is done only for Allah - 6:162, 108:2.

5.         Prayer is the sign of the belief in the hereafter - 6:92.

6.         Those who do not pray, their reward is only hell 19:59, 74:43, 75:31.

7.         Prayer will prevent people from committing evil - 29:45.

Purity

1.         Allah likes purity - 9:108.

2.         Purity is a must for prayers - 4:43, 5:6.

3.         The method of performing ablution - 5:6.

4.        The action which breaks the state of ablution - 4:43, 5:6.

5.         For those washing of the complete body is an obligation, they should not go to pray to masjid without washing - 4:43, 5:6.

6.         If they do not get water they can perform Thayammum (Wiping the faces and the hands with clean earth) 4:43, 5:6.

7.         For the ablution and for washing “Thayammum” can be performed 4:43, 5:6.

Facing “Kaba”

1.         Prayers can be performed only by facing “Kaba” - 2:144, 2:149, 2:150.

2.         When it is not able to determine the direction of kaba, prayers can be performed by facing any direction - 2:239.

3.         Muslim does not pray to the direction - 2:115.

Timing

1.         Prayer is an obligation which is time-marked - 4:103.

2.         Five times prayer - 2:238, 11:114, 17:78.

3.         Middle prayer - 2:238.

4.        Fajr (Early morning prayer) - 17:78, 24:58.

5.         Isha prayer - 24:58.

6.         Timing of prayers - 2:238, 4:103, 11:114, 17:78, 20:130, 24:58, 50:39.

7.         Performing the prayer daily 70:23.

 (Azan) call for Prayer

1.         Giving call for prayers - 5:58, 62:9.

Dress

2.         Importance of wearing dress - 7:31.

3.         Best dress for prayer- 7:31.

Involvement

1.         Prayer without concentration- 4:142, 9:54, 23:9, 70:34, 107:4, 107:5,.

2.         Humility in prayer- 23:2.

3.         The prayer of hypocrite - 4:142.

4.        Showing laziness while praying - 4:142, 9:54, 107:5.

5.         Praying for showing others - 4:142, 107:6.

6.         Should not pray in a state of intoxication - 4:43.

7.         Performed and steadfast in prayer - 2:238, 6:92, 23:9, 70:34,35.

Reciting the Quran

1.         Reciting the Quran in the prayer - 73:20.

2.         Reciting as many Quranic verses as possible in the prayers - 73:20.

Prayer in the Battle Field

1.         Prayers in the battle field - 4:102.

2.         During the time of danger one can perform his prayer on his foot and on the vehicle - 2:239.

3.         The method of performing prayer in a danger situation - 4:102.

4.        Shortening the prayer - 4:101.

Prayers during journey

1.         Prayer while journey - 4:101.

2.         Prayer at ordinary time - 4:103.

Prayer in the night

1.         Prayer in the night - 17:79, 73:20.

2.         Extra prayer without affecting the normal duties - 73:20.

Friends and enemies

1.         Should make friendship with those who pray regularly - 5:55.

2.         Should not make friendship with those who mock at prayer- 5:57.

The eligibility of administer of Masjid

1.         A man who prays regularly can run the administration of a Masjid - 9:17,18.

Masjids belong to Allah

1.         Should not prevent those who pray in the Masjid - 2:114, 96:10.

Women coming to Masjid

1.         Can women come to Masjid? - 24:36, 37, 9:108

The atonement

1.         Atonement for missing the prayer - 19:59,60

2.         Funeral prayer should not be performed for hypocrites - 9:84.

Jumma prayer

1.         Jumma prayer - 62:9.

2.         Listening to the preaching - 62:11.

3.         Earning wealth after Jumma prayer - 62:10.

Fasting

1.         Fasting is compulsory duty - 2:183, 2:185.

2.         Fasting was a duty also for the previous generation of people - 2:183.

3.         To remain without fasting was permitted in the earlier stages - 2:184.

4.        The traveler and the sick can perform fasting on other days - 2:184.

5.         The month of fasting - 2:185.

6.         Those who fast can engage themselves with family relations during night time - 2:187.

7.         The period of fasting is from the dawn till the sunset - 2:187.

8.         Eating and drinking can be done upto dawn till it becomes distinct - 2:187.

9.        As compensation for wrong committed during haj, fasting has to observe - 2:196, 5:95.

10.       Those who have murdered other by mistake have to observe 2 months fasting if they are not able to pay the compensation - 4:92.

11.        Observing compensation fasting for 3 days for breaking a vow - 5:89.

12.       The observation of silence by previous generation - 19:26. 

13.       The reward for those who fast - 33:35.

14.       Those who have vowed not to have family relationship with their wives have to observe compensatory fasting for two months - 58:4.

15.       The fasting from the morning to the sunset. There is no fasting lesser than it - 2:187.

16.       Fasting is common to previous generation also - 2:183.

17.       Those who are incapable have the concession to observe fasting on some other days - 2:184, 185.

18.       The compensation done by those who are not able to observe fasting - 2:184,185.

19.       Reaching the Ramadan month - 2:185.

20.      The month in which Quran was revealed -2:185.

Zakath

1.         It is a compulsory duty - 2:43, 2:110. 

2.         It was also a duty on previous generation - 2:83, 5:12, 19:31, 19:55, 21:73

3.         It is a sign of Islam - 9:5, 9:11, 41:7, 98:5.

4.        The person who administers the Masjid should pay zakath - 9:18.

5.         It is a duty of Islamic government to collect zakath - 22:41.

6.         The wealth of a person will not decrease by paying zakath. - 2:276, 30:39

7.         It is a duty for women also - 33:33, 33:35, 57:18

8.         It can be given individually also - 30:38, 51:19, 70:25.

9.        It has to be paid for the agricultural produce also - 6:141.

10.       It should be paid on the day of reaping - 6:141.

11.        It should be collected compulsorily - 9:103, 51:19, 70:24.

12.       Those who are eligible to get Zakath - 9:60.

13.       It should be collected compulsorily - 9:103.

14.       It will purify - 9:103.

15.       The punishment for not paying the Zakath - 9:34,35.

16.       Categories of spending Zakath -  9:60, 30:38, 51:19, 70:24,25

 (Refer the title ‘Economy’ for more details regarding accumulation of the wealth and spending)

The Haj

1.         It is a compulsory duty - 2:198.

2.         Trade during the time of Haj - 2:198

3.         The formalities which have to be observed during the Haj - 2:197.

4.        Gathering money for the Haj - 2:197

5.         Those who go for Haj can earn by doing business - 2:198.

6.         The people who perform Haj can bring goods - 2:198

7.         If there is a hurdle in going to Haj - 2:196.

8.         Hunting animals is forbidden during ‘Ihram’ - 5:95.

9.        Hunting should not be done in Ihram - 5:1,2, 5:94, 5:95.

10.       Doing Tawwaf (circumambulation) - 2:125, 22:26, 22:29.

11.        Praying at Maqam-u-Ibrahim-  2:125.

12.       Running between Safa-Marwa (Hills) - 2:158.

13.       Staying in Arafa plain - 2:198.

14.       Remembering God in ‘Masharul Haram’- 2:198.

15.       It is a duty for those who are able - 3:97.

16.       During Ihram hunting in the sea is permitted - 5:96.

17.       It can be performed on foot and vehicle - 22:27.

Sacrificing (Qurbani)

Sacrificing (Qurbani) - 22:33, 22:36, 108:2.

Other types of worship

Offering (Nerchai)

•           It should be done for Allah only - 2:270

•           It should be fulfilled - 2:270, 22:29.

•           In the previous generations there was a custom to pledge the children for God - 3:35.

Taking oath

•           Preventing from the path of Allah by making it a shield - 58:16.

•           When there is doubt regarding the witnesses they should be compelled to take the oath - 5:106-108.

•           When a husband accuses his wife regarding her chastity , then he should take oath four times instead of bringing four witnesses - 24:6-8.

•           Oath should not be taken in the name of Allah declaring that one will not do good - 2:224.

•           Taking oath unintentionally is not wrong - 2:225, 5:89.

•           It is not obligatory to fulfill oath taken unintentionally. It needs no compensation to be paid also - 2:225.

•           It should be fulfilled - 5:89, 16:91.

•           The compensation for the oath which cannot be fulfilled - 5:89.

•           Swearing in the name of Allah, stating that one will not have family relationship with his wife - 2:226.

•           It should not be done for cheating and doing fraudulent activities - 16:92, 16:94.

•           Using it as a shield - 58:16, 63:2.

•           It should not be used as a deceit 16:92.

•           Taking oath for deceit 16:94.

•           Should not be done to do favor one’s relative - 5:106.

•           It should not be done to stating that one will not help his relative - 24:22.

•           Earning by lying - 3:77.

Sacrifice by slaughtering

•           Sacrificing by slaughtering for God - 5:3, 22:36, 108:2.

•           The animals meant for sacrifice - 6:143.

Invocation - Supplication

1.         Should not invoke grief - 2:286.

2.         It should be done in a low voice or in the mind - 7:55.

3.         Allah’s names should not be distorted - 7:180.

4.        Should not ask only the good of the world - 2:200.

5.         Should ask the good of both the worlds - 2:201.

6.         It can be done both by lying down and by standing - 3:191, 4:103, 10:12.

7.         Should be humble in prayer - 7:55.

8.         It should be done secretly - 7:29, 7:55.

9.        It should be done with fear of God - 7:56,.

10.       It should be done by shedding tears - 5:83.

11.        It should be done by hope - 7:56.

12.       Only Allah should be invoked by his names - 7:180, 17:110.

Remembrance of God

•           Remembering God - 2:152.

•           God can be remembered while lying down - 3:191, 4:103, 10:12.

•           The method of remembering - 7:205.

•           Should not be remembered in a loud voice - 7:205.

•           Showing humility while remembering - 7:205.

•           Peace can be attained by remembering Allah - 13:28.

•           The things should be uttered during fear - 3:173.

•           Saying Insha Allah - 18:23,24, 18:39.

•           Things which should be uttered when we get grief - 2:156.

•           The ‘word’ to be said when there is temptation of shaitan - 7:200, 23:97,98.

•           Words to be uttered while riding on a vehicle - 11:41.

•           While reciting Quran - 16:98.

•           When we enter a new place - 17:80, 23:29.

•           While writing letter - 27:30.

Repentance

•           Seeking forgiveness - 3:135, 3:147, 4:110, 5:74, 7:153, 11:90.

•           It is a shield - 8:33, 11:3, 11:52.

•           Seeking forgiveness for others - 3:159, 4:64, 12:97,98, 19:47.

•           Seeking forgiveness for those who associate others to God - 9:113, 9:114.

•           The appropriate time for asking forgiveness - 3:17, 51:18.

I’tikaaf

•           During this period should not have sex - 2:187. 

The History

Prophets (peace be upon them)

Adam (Pbuh)

1.         He was created from clay - 3:59, 6:2, 7:12, 15:26 15:28, 17:61, 23:12, 32:7, 37:11, 38:71, 38:76, 49:13, 55:14.

2.         God created Adam’s (pbuh) mate from Adam (pbuh) himself - 4:1, 7:189, 39:6.

3.         Adam (pbuh) was made to descend in Makka - 3:96.

4.        He was created in the earth  - 2:30.

5.         God taught him everything - 2:31.

6.         The objection of the angels - 2:30.

7.         He won over the angels- 2:31-33.

8.         Angels obeyed - 2:34, 7:11, 15:29, 15:30, 18:50, 20:116, 38:72, 38:73.

9.        Iblees (shaitan) refused to obey - 2:34, 7:11, 15:33, 18:50, 20:116.

10.       He was inhabited in paradise - 2:35, 7:19.

11.        Shaitan led him astray - 2:36, 7:20, 7:27, 20:120.

12.       The mate for Adam (pbuh) - 2:35, 7:19.

13.       The forbidden tree - 2:35, 7:19, 7:20, 7:22, 20:120.

14.       They were expelled - 2:36, 2:38, 7:24, 20:123.

15.       He was forgiven - 7:23, 20:122.

16.       He was very noble - 3:33.

17.       Adam (Pbuh) was created by the command “Be” - 3:59.

18.       He is the father of all the people - 4:1, 6:98, 7:189, 39:6, 49:13.

19.       He transgressed the boundary - 2:36, 7:22, 20:121

20.      The oaths taken with the progeny of Adam - 7:172.

21.       Weak steadfastness in Adam (pbuh) - 20:115.

22.      He committed sin - 20:121.

Idrees Pbuh)

•           Idrees (Pbuh) - 19:56,57, 21:85

Moosa (Pbuh)

1.         Moosa (Pbuh) was grown by his enemy Firaun - 20:38-40, 26:18, 28:7,8,9, 28:12,13.

2.         Allah spoke directly with Moosa (Pbuh) - 2:253, 4:164, 7:143,144, 19:52, 20:11-24, 27:9.

3.         When Moosa (Pbuh) beat a person in anger, he was killed. So, he left that place out of fear - 20:40, 26:14, 28:15-19, 28:33.

4.        Haroon was appointed as a prophet to assist Moosa (Pbuh) - 20:42, 23:45, 25:35, 26:13, 28:34,35.

5.         Water from the rock - 2:60, 7:160.

6.         Transformation of a staff into a serpent - 7:107, 7:117, 20:20, 26:32, 26:45, 27:10, 28:31.

7.         Shining in the hand 7:108, 20:22, 26:33, 27:12, 28:32.

8.         Clearing the sea with the staff - 20:77, 26:63.

9.        Defeating the magician in the competition - 7:110-132, 10:79-81, 20:58-73, 26:37-50.

10.       Marrying in the city of Madyan - 28:23-28.

11.        The book revealed in a written form to Moosa (pbuh) - 7:145, 7:150, 7:154.

12.       The problem created by his people - 2:51, 2:54, 2:55, 2:59, 2:61, 2:65, 2:67-73, 2:92, 2:93, 2:108, 4:153, 5:22, 5:24, 7:129, 7:138, 7:148, 7:163, 20:86, 20:88

Isa (Pbuh)

1.         He was born without father - 3:47, 3:59, 19:17-21.

2.         His disciples did not betray him - 3:52,53, 61:14.

3.         He is not the son of God - 4:171, 4:172, 5:17, 5:72, 5:75, 5:116,117, 9:30, 9:31, 43:59.

4.        He was given the ‘Book’ Injeel - 3:48, 5:46, 5:110, 57:27.

5.         He was given certain Miracles - 3:49, 5:110, 5:112-114.

6.         He is a Prophet only to the people of Israel - 3:49, 61:6, 61:14.

7.         He is a prophet for his period only - 61:6.

8.         He spoke when he was a baby - 3:46, 5:110, 19:29, 19:30.

9.        When he was born, he received a Book and became Prophet - 19:30.

10.       He also married - 13:38.

11.        Isa (pbuh) was not killed or crucified - 3:55, 3:144, 4:159, 5:75, 5:110, 5:116, 19:30,31, 43:61

12.       Though Isa (Pbuh)’s birth is a miracle he cannot be the God - 3:59, 4:171, 4:172, 5:17, 5:72, 5:75.

13.       He is rescued from his enemies - 5:110.

14.       Food plate - 5:112.

Sulaiman (Pbuh)

1.         A Kingdom which is not given to anyone - 38:35.

2.         God subjected the wind to him - 21:81, 34:12, 38:36.

3.         Both Jinn and shaitan obeyed his Commands and worked as slaves under his control - 21:82, 27:17, 27:38-40, 34:14, 38:37, 38:38.

4.        He knew the language of the birds - 27:16, 27:18, 27:20,23.

5.         Affluent life - 27:44, 34:13, 38:31

Ibrahim (Pbuh)

1.         He came out successfully whatever may be the ordeal given by God - 2:124, 2:131.

2.         He renovated Ka’ba - 2:127, 14:35, 22:26.

3.         The prophet (pbuh)’s role model was Ibrahim (Pbuh) - 2:130, 2:135, 3:68, 3:95, 4:125, 6:161, 16:123.

4.        He reasoned with the tyrannical king to preach his teachings - 2:258.

5.         God performed certain miracles for him - 2:260, 21:68-70, 29:24, 37:97-98.

6.         He opposed firmly his father’s wrong principle - 6:74, 9:114, 19:42-49, 26:70-80, 37:85-89.

7.         Has propagation of his teachings been based on reasoning - 6:76-79.

8.         Issac (Pbuh), Yaqoob (Pbuh), Dawood (Pbuh), Sulaiman (Pbuh), Ayooub (Pbuh), Yusuf (Pbuh), Moosa (Pbuh), Haroon (Pbuh) and the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) were the descendants of him - 4:163, 6:84, 29:27.

9.        He was bestowed Ismail and Isaac in his old age - 11:71,72,73, 14:39, 15:53, 15:54, 15:55, 51:29.

10.       At the command of God he left his wife and his son Ismail (Pbuh) in the desert. The city of Makka was formed due to these people-14:37.

11.        Even as an individual he was considered to be a generation- 16:120.

12.       He staunchly opposed idol worship - 21:52-67, 37:91-96, 60:4.

13.       He invited people to perform Haj - 22:27.

14.       He was ready to sacrifice his son at the command of God - 37:102-108.

15.       His descendants have been ruling over for a long time by the grace of God - 4:54.

16.       The place where he stayed during the construction of Kaba is known as Makhamau Ibrahim - 2:125, 3:97.

17.       God chose Ibrahim (Pbuh) as His friend among the human-beings -4:125.

Isamail (Pbuh)

1.         He constructed Kaba along with his father Ibrahim (Pbuh) - 2:125, 2:127.

2.         He willingly subjected to the wishes of his father when his father wanted to sacrifice him - 37:102.

3.         He was saved by the Mercy of God - 37:107.

4.        The claim that Ibrahim (Pbuh) covered his eyes with a cloth and when he prepared to give his son in sacrifice the knife’s refusal to cut him even after many attempts were made by Ibrahim (Pbuh) are false. When he was laid down on the earth to be sacrificed, God prevented him from being sacrificed - 37:103,104.

Isaac (Pbuh)

1.         He is also the son of Ibrahim (Pbuh). More details are not given about him - 2:133, 2:136, 2:140, 3:84, 4:163, 6:84, 11:71, 12:6, 12:38, 14:39, 19:49, 21:72, 29:27, 37:112, 37:113, 38:45.

Haroon (Pbuh)

1.         He also received the message from the God - 4:163.

2.         He is the maternal brother (cousin) of Moosa (Pbuh) - 5:25, 7:111, 7:142, 7:150, 7:151, 10:87, 19:53, 20:30, 20:42, 23:45, 25:35, 26:36, 28:34,35.

3.         He is well versed in oration - 26:13, 28:34. 

 (For more details, refer the title Moosa in subject-index, he worked along with Moosa)

Dawood (Pbuh)

1.         He killed the cruel person Jalood in fighting - 2:251.

2.         He was revealed the book “Zaboor” - 4:163, 17:55.

3.         The mountain and the birds were subject to his control by God - 21:79, 34:10, 38:19.

4.        He is the first person to manufacture coats of armour - 21:80.

5.         The art of using designs in the manufacturing of many goods by melting iron was introduced by him to the world - 34:10.

6.         He was taught a lesson by God by a strange case - 38:21-25.

Nooh (Pbuh)

1.         He is senior to all the prophets except Adam (Pbuh) and Idrees (Pbuh) - 4:163, 6:84. 

2.         He and his followers had been boarded in a ship and were saved from the flood. The disbelievers were destroyed - 7:64, 10:73, 11:37-48, 21:76,77, 23:27, 25:37, 26:119, 54:10-15, 69:11.

3.         He took with him in his ship pairs of each living being as the whole world was destroyed by the flood  - 11:40, 23:27.

4.        His son was among disbelievers. Nooh could not save his son - 11:42,43, 23:27.

5.         The ship came to rest at the Mount Judi. The flood water drained after this -11:44.

6.         He lived for 950 years in the world - 29:14.

7.         God made it a sign to the whole world - 23:30, 25:37, 26:121, 29:15, 54:15.

8.         His wife also refused to accept him. So, he could not save her - 66:10.

9.        The problem faced by him from his people - 7:60-64, 10:71, 11:27-32, 11:38, 23:24,25, 26:111, 26:116, 54:9, 71:5,6,7, 71:22,23.

10.       They were destroyed after the prayer by Nooh (Pbuh) - 21:76, 23:26, 26:117,118, 37:75, 71:26

Zakariah (Pbuh)

•           Zakariah took care of Maryam - 3:37.

•           He begot Yahya when he became very old - 3:38,-41, 19:3-11, 21:89,90

Yahya (pbuh)

1.         Nobody in world was named Yahya, before him- 19:7

2.         He was bestowed with Book and Wisdom from young age - 3:39, 19:12.

Ayoob (Pbuh)

•           He was tested by various diseases and poverty. He lost his family later by the mercy of God his illness was cured. He got back his family - 21:83-84, 38:41,42,43,44

•           He has been set as a role model for patience. No more details are found about him. There are certain fabricated stories regarding his sickness for which there are no authentic records .

Yunus (Pbuh)

1.         There was no generation which mended their ways after they witnessed the sign of destruction from God  - 10:98, 37:148.

2.         He went away in anger against God when He saved his people from destruction without his knowledge. So, God punished him - 21:87,88.

3.         Allah forgave Yunus when he (Pbuh) asked for forgiveness to him after repenting - 21:87,88.

4.        He was thrown into the sea and a whale swallowed him- 37:140,141,142.

5.         He would have been kept in the stomach of whale till the Day of Judgment had he not prayed to God seeking forgiveness to him - 37:143,144.

6.         He was sent as prophet to more than hundred thousand people - 37:147.

7.         God who commanded the prophet (pbuh) to follow the way set by other prophets, ordered the prophet (pbuh) not to follow him - 6:90, 68:48,.

8.         Allah exalted him to the previous status after forgiving him  - 6:86, 68:49-50.

Yusuf (Pbuh)

•           In this chapter titled ‘Yusuf’, his history is narrated in detail.

ILYAS (Pbuh)

•           There are not only a few references to him. His Prophethood and his preaching to people is mentioned briefly. 6:85, 37:123, 7:130-132

•           His name is mentioned as ‘Ilyasin’ in the verse, 37:130.

Alyasa (Pbuh)

•           He is referred in two places in the Quran. These are no more details about him except he is righteous and noble - 6:86-6:89, 38:48.

Dhul-kifl (Pbuh)

•           He is a righteous one - 38:48.

Shu’aib (Pbuh)

1.         He was sent to a generation of a people who indulged in corruption in measuring and weighing - 7:85, 11:84,85, 26:181,182,183.

2.         The people of his generation are in great number - 7:86.

3.         He was warned that he would be exiled from the town - 7:88.

4.        He was not afraid of the warning - 7:89.

5.         The earthquake struck - 7:91, 11:94, 26:189, 29:37.

6.         Everybody was completely destroyed - 7:92, 11:95.

7.         They lived in affluence - 11:84.

8.         They were polytheists - 11:87.

9.        Warning of murder - 11:91.

10.       He belonged to the upper tribe - 11:91,92.

11.        Shu’aib was saved - 11:94.

Yaqoob (Pbuh)

1.         He was the grandson of Ibrahim (Pbuh). - 2:132

2.         He was also known as ‘Israeel’. - 3:93

3.         He was the father of Yusuf (Pbuh). - 12:6

4.        He became grief stricken due to the parting of his son. - 12:84,85

5.         He did not lose hope even though he had not seen his son for many years. - 12:87

6.         He recovered his sight after years. - 12:96

7.         He was one of the prophets. 19:49

Salih (Pbuh)

1.         He was sent to the people of Tamud. - 7:73

2.         A camel was given as a Miracle. - 7:73, 17:59, 54:27

3.         A condition was laid not to harm the camel. - 7:73, 11:64, 17:59, 26:156

4.        They caused the mountains to make their homes. - 7:73, 15:82, 26:149, 89:9

5.         They slaughtered the camel. - 7:77, 11:65, 26:157, 54:28, 91:14

6.         His generation was destroyed by earthquake. - 7:78, 11:67, 15:83, 41:17, 51:44, 54:31, 69:

7.         He opposed polytheism. - 11:62

8.         Salih (Pbuh) and the righteous were saved. - 11:66

9.        There were nine tribes among that generation. - 27:48

10.       All of them were destroyed. - 27:51, 53:51

11.        He belonged to a place called ’Hijr’. - 15:80

12.       A day was allotted to you the camel and another day was allotted for the people in sharing water. - 26:155, 54:28, 91:13

13.       The people considered him bad omen. - 27:47

14.       The people planned to kill Salih (pbuh). They were destroyed later. - 27:49-51

15.       They called him a liar. - 54:25

16.       It came after the people of Áad. - 7:74

17.       They lived an affluent life. - 11:61, 26:146, 26:147, 26:148

Luth (pbuh)

1.         He was sent to reform the people who indulged in homosexuality. 7:80,81, 11:78,79, 15:72, 26:165,166, 27:54,55, 29:28, 29:29

2.         Only in his period the homosexuality originated. - 7:80

3.         His people gave him a lot of trouble, they refused to mend themselves. - 7:82, 26:167, 27:56

4.        His people were completely destroyed. The etire city was made upside down. - 7:83, 7:84, 11:81, 11:82, 11:83, 15:65, 15:73, 15:74, 26:173, 27:58, 29:34, 51:33,34, 54:34, 54:38

5.         His wife, who was against him was also destroyed. - 7:83, 26:171, 27:57, 29:33, 37:135, 66:10

6.         The angels who came to destroy the people of Lut met Ibrahm (pbuh) first to give him good tidings before proceedings. - 11:71, 11:74, 15:53,54 29:31,32

7.         The people pursued the angels who came in the form of handsome men. - 11:78,79, 11:81, 15:67,68,69, 54:37

8.         Ibrahim (pbuh) and Lut (pbuh) had met. - 29:26

Hood (pbuh)

1.         He was sent to the people of Áad. - 7:65

2.         He opposed polytheism. - 7:65, 7:70, 7:71, 11:50, 11:53, 11:54, 46:22

3.         Hood and his followers were saved. - 7:72, 11:58

4.        The people of Aad were destroyed. - 7:72, 11:58, 23:41, 26:139

5.         His people were very strong. - 11:52, 41:15, 89:8

6.         They were destroyed by a fierce barren wind. - 41:16, 46:25, 51:41,42 54:19,20, 69:6

7.         The wind blew for seven days. - 69:7

8.         Nobody was spared. - 69:8

The Prophet (pbuh)

1.         His pure life. - 10:16

2.         His greatness. - 8:33, 9:128, 17:79

3.         He is unlettered. - 7:157,158, 25:4,5, 29:48

4.        The prediction about the prophet (pbuh) in the previous revelation. - 2:146, 6:20, 7:157

5.         The prophet (pbuh) is the final prophet. - 4:79, 4:170, 7:158, 9:33, 10:57, 10:108, 14:52, 21:107, 22:49, 25:1, 33:40, 34:28, 62:3

6.         The prophet (pbuh) was the descendant of Ibrahim (Pbuh). - 2:129

7.         His kindness and compassion. - 3:159

8.         In the beginning he was unaware of anything. - 4:113, 42:52, 93:7

9.        He got the protection of God. - 5:67

10.       He was worried by the criticisms. - 6:33, 10:65, 11:12, 16:127, 27:70

11.        He belonged to a society to which prophets were not sent before. - 6:156, 32:3, 36:6

12.       People called him mad. - 7:184, 15:6, 23:70, 34:46, 37:36, 44:14, 52:29, 68:2, 68:51, 81:22

13.       He was expelled from his place. - 8:5, 8:30, 9:40

14.       God’s special affection shown to him. - 8:33

15.       His Hijrath with Abu Bakr (RA). - 9:40

16.       God pointed out his mistake. - 3:128, 8:67, 9:43, 9:80, 9:84, 9:101, 9:108, 11:12, 18:6, 26:3, 28:56, 66:1, 80:1

17.       He became sad when his followers faced sufferings. - 9:128, 26:3

18.       He was more affectionate towards his people. - 9:61, 9:128, 16:127, 18:6, 27:70, 33:6, 35:8,

19.       He was called a magician. - 10:2, 38:4

20.      He led a pure life before becoming a prophet. - 10:16

21.       He had wives and children. - 13:38, 33:6, 33:28-36

22.      His Miraj (Journey to heaven). - 17:1, 17:60, 32:23, 53:13,14, 53:15, 53:18

23.      They said that he was affected by sorcery. - 17:47, 25:8

24.      A praised station for him in the hereafter. - 4:41, 16:89, 17:79, 68:3, 92:21, 93:5, 108:1

25.      He would return to the place (Makkah) from where he was expelled. - 28:85

26.      He had exemplary character. - 68:4, 3:159

27.      He did not know ‘Poetry’. - 36:69

28.      He lost his parent when he was very young. - 93:6

29.      Later, he became affluent. - 93:8

30.      His reputation was raised high. - 94:4

Righteous and Evil Doers

Righteous People

Maryam (Pbuh)

1.         Birth. - 3:36-39

2.         He was dedicated for the service of God. - 3:35

3.         He was well taken care by God. - 3:37, 3:44, 3:45, 5:110

4.        She was a very noble woman. - 3:42, 5:75, 21:91, 23:50, 66:12

5.         She conceived without any contact with the male. - 3:45, 4:156, 4:171, 19:16-19 19,20,21, 19:27, 21:91

6.         She is not a God. - 5:17, 5:75

Imran

•           Imran- 3:33, 3:35, 66:12

Abu Bakr (RA)

•           Abu Bakr (RA) - 9:40

The companions of the cave

•           The companions of the cave- 18:9-21

Lukman

•           Lukman- 31:12, 31:13

Talooth

•           Talooth- 2:247, 2:249, 2:250

Dhul Kharnain

•           Dhul Kharnain- 18:83-98

Those three

•           Those whose judgment was stayed. - 9:118

Zaid (RA)

•           He was the adopted son of the prophet (pbuh). - 33:37

•           The prophet married the wife of Zaid after he divorced his wife. - 33:37

•           He was in the favor of the prophet (pbuh). - 33:37

Sabiyeens

•           Sabiyeens- 2:62, 5:69, 22:17

Evil doers

The people of Aad

•           Refer the title Hood.

Tamud

•           Refer the title Salih.

The army of the Elephants

•           The army of the elephants. - 105:1

Abu Lahab

•           Abu Lahab. - 111:1-3

Iram

•           Iram- 89:7

Qarun

•           Qarun. - 28:76, 28:79, 28:81, 29:40

Aaazar

•           Aaazar.- 6:74, 9:114, 19:42, 21:52, 26:70, 37:85, 43:26, 60:4

Jalooth

•           Jalooth. - 2:249, 2:251

Yajooj Majooj

•           Yajooj Majooj. - 18:94, 21:96

Firaun

1.         He killed the males among the people of Israel.- 2:49, 7:127, 7:141, 14:6, 28:4

2.         His wife was cited as the role model for righteous Muslims. - 66:11

3.         He was drowned in the sea. - 2:50, 10:90, 20:78, 44:24

4.        He ruled as a tyrant. - 10:83, 28:4, 43:51, 44:31

5.         He claimed himself as God. - 28:38, 79:24

Samiri

1.         He made an idol in the shape of a calf by meting the jewels of the people of Israel. - 7:148, 20:87

2.         He misled the people after the departure of Moosa (pbuh) to the Mount Tur. - 20:85

3.         He made those to believe the Golden calf as the God. - 20:88

4.        He made the idol l of the calf to make a loud sound by picking the earth from below the feet of Musa (pbuh) and pouring it on the idol. - 20:96

Majusis

•           Majusis- 22:17

Hypocrites

1.         They adopted double- standards. - 2:8, 2:11, 2:14, 3:119, 4:143, 5:61, 8:49, 9:56,57, 9:96, 47:16, 63:1.

2.         They used deceit and cheating. - 2:9, 4:142

3.         They called the righteous ‘fools’. - 2:13

4.        They took false oath. - 2:204

5.         They spoke attractively. - 2:204, 47:30

6.         They spread corruption and destruction. - 2:205

7.         They took pride in committing sins. - 2:206

8.         They plotted. - 3:118, 3:119, 4:81, 4:108, 9:47

9.        They derived happiness in the suffering caused to Muslims. - 3:120

10.       Their tongues uttered what was not in their minds. - 3:167, 9:62

11.        They betrayed when there was a crisis. - 3:167, 9:42

12.       They refused to hear the teachings of the prophet (pbuh). - 4:61

13.       They took false oath stating that they did good but actually they would have committed wrong. - 4:62, 9:107

14.       They deceived both the Muslims and the enemies. - 4:91

15.       There will be severe punishment for them. - 4:138, 4:140, 4:145, 9:68, 9:95, 33:73, 48:6, 57:13

16.       They also prayed. - 4:142

17.       They spied on Muslims. - 5:41, 9:47

18.       They conveyed messages wrongly. - 9:48

19.       They changed their principle according to the wages they got. - 9:58

20.      If they were caught then they would give lame excuse. - 9:65

21.       They preached evil and prevented good. - 9:67

22.      Are the disbelievers and he hypocrites equal? - 9:73

23.      They mocked at even if good deeds were done. - 9:79

24.      Funeral prayer should not be performed for the hypocrites. - 9:84

25.      They used even the Masjids for their evil activities. - 9:107

26.      They were experts in playing hide and seek. - 9:127, 24:63

27.      They would hold only such things which favored them. - 5:41, 24:49

28.      When they feared danger they would run away as if they had seen death. - 33:19, 47:20

29.      They would say that they would obey only certain things. - 47:26

30.      They would use oath taking as shield. - 58:16, 63:2

31.       They would attract others by their physical features. - 63:4

32.      They would consider even small disturbances as against them. - 63:4

Others

The Israelites

1.         God bestowed a lot of favors. - 2:47, 2:122

2.         God selected majority of the prophets from among them. .- 5:20

3.         He made them rule for a long periods of times. - 4:54, 7:137, 10:93, 26:59

4.        He provided them many facilities miraculously. - 2:57, 7:60, 7:160, 20:80

5.         They assumed that they were the best among the people by birth . - 3:75, 5:18

6.         They adopted deception in eating the wealth of the other people. - 4:161, 9:34

7.         They used the religion to earn their living. - 2:41, 2:79, 2:174, 3:187, 5:44,

8.         Even after seeing the power of God, they worshipped whatever they saw. - 2:51, 2:54, 2:92, 7:138, 7:148, 20:88, 20:96

9.        Even though they enjoyed miracles of God they refused to believe in Him without seeing Him. - 2:55, 4:153

10.       They killed the prophets of God. - 2:61, 2:87, 2:91, 3:21, 3:112, 3:181, 3:183, 4:155, 5:70

11.        They interpolated their own ideas in the Book of God. - 2:79, 2:159, 2:174, 3:78, 3:187, 4:46, 5:13, 5:41

12.       Some of them were transformed into pigs and monkeys. - 2:65, 5:60, 7:166

13.       Some were destroyed. - 2:55, 4:153, 7:155

Jews

•           Jews.- 2:62, 2:113, 2:120, 2:135, 2:140, 4:46, 4:160, 5:18, 5:41, 5:44, 5:51, 5:64, 5:69, 5:82, 6:146, 9:30, 16:118, 22:17, 62:6

Christians

•           Christians. - 2:62, 2:111, 2:113, 2:120, 2:135, 2:140, 5:14, 5:18, 5:51, 5:69, 5:82, 9:30, 22:17

The two children of Adam

•           The two children of Adam. -5:27

Manath

•           Manath (idol). - 53:20

Lath

•           Lath (an idol). - 53:19

Uzza

•           Uzza (an idol). - 53:19

Waddhu

•           Waddhu (an idol). - 71:23

Suvavu

•           Suvavu (an idol). - 71:23

Yaghuth

•           Yaghuth (an idol). - 71:23

Nasr

•           Nasr (an idol). - 71:23

Quraysh

•           Quraysh- 106:1

Places

Sidrathul Munthaha

•           The tree in the heaven. - 53:14

•           It is attractive to sight. - 53:16,17

•           The prophet (pbuh) met Gibrael at this place. - 53:13,14

Makkah (Bakka)

•           Bakka. - 3:96, 48:24

•           The city of Makkah was established afer Ibrahim (pbuh) left his wife and his son Ismael (pbuh) in the desert. -14:37

Rome

•           Rome- 30:2

Hudaibia

•           Hudaibia. - 48:10, 48:18

Yathrib

•           Yathrib (Madina). - 9:101, 9:120, 33:13, 33:60, 63:8

Misr (Egypt)

•           Misr. - 10:87, 12:21, 12:99, 43:51

Madyan

•           Madyan. - 7:85, 9:70, 11:84, 11:95, 20:40, 22:44, 28:22, 28:23, 28:45, 29:36

 Mount Tur

•           The place where Moosa had conversation with God without any angel‘s help. - 19:52, 20:80, 28:29, 28:46.

•           This mountain is known as Thoorsaina, and also as’Tur Seeneen’. - 23:20, 95:2

•           God had revealed a chapter taking oath on the mountain Thur saina. - 2:63, 2:93, 4:154, 52:1, 95:2

Mountain Judi

•           Mountain Judi. - 11:44

Kaba

1.         The first House of God. - 3:96, 22:33

2.         It will remain secure. - 5:97

3.         It is a place of refuge for the people. -  2:125, 3:97, 5:97, 106:

4.        Muslims should face the direction of this house of God form which ever direction they live. 4 - 2:144, 2:149, 2:150

5.         Fighting is forbidden in the House of God. For defending the place permission is granted. - 2:191, 5:2, 22:25

6.         Hunting should not be done here. -5:2

7.         Even though non-Muslims are permitted in other Masjids here they are not permitted. - 9:28

8.         Here both the outsiders and the people belonging that place have equal rights. - 2:127, 14:37, 22:26

9.        Ibrahim (pbuh) renovated Kaba. - 22:25

10.       Ibrahim (pbuh) gave the call to the people to perform Hajj. - 22:27

11.        Performing Tawwaf in Kaba. - 2:158, 22:29,

12.       The change of Qibla. - 2:142-145

Battles

Uhad

•           Uhad battle. - 3:121,122

•           The defeat at Uhad battle. - 3:140, 3:152

•           Running away from the battle leaving the prophet (pbuh). - 3:153, 3:165, 3:166,

•           The final victory. - 3:154, 3:172,

Badr

God’s help in the battle of Badr. - 3:13, 3:123, 3:124, 8:5, 8:7, 8:9, 8:11, 8:12, 8:17, 8:42, 8:43, 8:44

The battle of Trench

•           The battle of Trench.- 33:20, 33:22

Hunayn Battle

•           Hunayn Battle. - 9:25, 9:26, 9:27

Living beings

1.         Dog. - 5:4, 7:176, 18:18, 18:22

2.         Horse. - 3:14, 8:60, 16:8, 17:64, 38:31, 59:6, 100:1

3.         Fish. - 5:96, 16:14, 18:61, 18:63, 21:87, 35:12, 37:142, 68:48

4.        Pig. - 2:173, 5:3, 5:60, 6:145, 16:115

5.         Mule - 16:8

6.         Donkey- 2:259, 16:8, 31:19, 62:5, 74:50

7.         Cattle- 3:14, 4:119, 5:1, 5:95, 6:136, 6:138, 6:139, 6:142, 6:146, 7:179, 10:24, 16:5, 16:66, 16:80, 20:54, 22:28, 22:30, 22:34, 23:21, 25:44, 25:49, 26:133, 32:27, 35:28, 36:71, 39:6, 40:79, 42:11, 43:12, 47:12, 79:33, 80:32

8.         Goat- 6:143

9.        Sheep- 6:143

10.       Camel- 6:144, 7:40, 7:73, 7:77, 11:64, 12:70, 12:82, 12:94, 17:59, 26:155, 54:27, 88:17, 91:13

11.        Crow- 5:31

12.       Ant- 27:16,18

13.       Elephant- 105:1

14.       Mosquito, fly- 2:26, 22:73

15.       Bee- 16:68

16.       Termite- 34:14

17.       Creepers- 24:45

18.       Common living things- 2:164, 6:38, 8:22, 8:55, 11:6, 11:56, 16:49, 16:61, 22:18, 24:45, 27:82, 29:60, 31:10, 34:14, 35:28, 35:45, 42:29, 45:4

19.       Grasshopper- 7:133, 54:7

20.      Lice- 7:133

21.       Frog- 7:133

22.      Monkey- 2:65, 5:60, 7:166

23.      Calf- 2:51, 2:54, 2:92, 2:93, 4:153, 7:148, 7:152, 11:69, 20:88, 51:26

24.      Forest animal- 5:3

25.      Bird- 2:260, 3:49, 5:110, 6:38, 12:36, 12:41, 16:79, 21:79, 24:41, 27:16, 27:17, 27:20, 34:10, 38:19, 56:21, 67:19

26.      Wolf- 12:13, 12:14, 12:17

27.      Sheep- 6:146, 20:18, 21:78, 38:23,24

28.      Lion- 74:51

29.      Hud Hud- 27:20

30.      Serpent - 7:107, 20:20, 26:32, 27:10, 28:31

31.       Ox- 2:67-71, 6:144, 6:146, 12:43, 12:46

Characteristics

Good Characteristics

Patience

1.         Seeking help through Patience - 2:45, 2:153.

2.         Tolerating tests through patience - 2:155, 3:142, 3:186, 12:18, 12:83, 31:17, 47:31.

3.         Tolerating poverty and illness - 2:155, 2:177.

4.        Seeking patience to Allah - 2:250, 7:126.

5.         Allah is with those who observe patience. 2:153, 2:249,  8:46, 8:66

6.         Tolerating the worries caused by others. - 3:186, 6:34, 14:12, 30:130, 38:17, 41:35, 42:43, 50:39, 73:10

7.         Observing patience till the arrival of God’s help. - 7:87, 7:128, 10:109, 11:49, 14:12, 30:60, 40:55, 40:77, 46:35, 52:48, 68:48, 70:51, 76:24

8.         The award given for patience in the world. - 3:120, 3:125, 7:137, 32:24

9.        The award given in the here-after for patience. - 2:146, 2:156, 3:186, 3:200, 11:11, 11:115, 12:90, 13:22, 13:24, 16:42, 16:96, 16:110, 16:126, 23:111, 25:75, 28:54, 29:59, 33:35, 39:10, 76:12

10.       Tolerating the difficulties encountered while observing worship. - 19:65, 20:132

11.        Observing patience for the sake of God. - 74:7

12.       Emphasizing patience on others. - 90:17, 103:3

13.       The method in the observation of patience. - 2:156,157

14.       Patience is better than revenge. 16:126,127

Generosity

•           Ignoring generosity. 2:109, 4:63, 4:149, 5:13, 7:199, 15:85, 24:22, 42:40, 43:89, 64:14

Mutual Understanding.

•           Mutual understanding among the people. - 2:182, 2:220, 2:224, 4:35, 4:114, 4:128, 4:129, 8:1, 42:40, 49:9, 49:10

Relationship.

•           Understanding with the relatives. - 4:1, 8:75, 13:21, 13:25, 33:6, 2:215

Satisfaction

•           Being satisfied with what we have. - 2:273, 9:59, 20:131

Rendering help to others.

•           Wishing things for others whatever we consider to be good. - 2:267, 3:92

Kind Behaviors

•           Behaving kindly. - 2:263, 3:159, 4:8, 17:28, 20:44, 25:63

Intercession for others

•           Intercession for others. - 4:85

Should not be perturbed by criticisms.

•           Should not be perturbed by criticisms- 2:214, 3:120, 3:140, 3:146, 3:186, 4:46, 5:54, 33:19, 60:2

Taking care of other than the self

•           Taking care of other than the self. - 4:90, 4:94, 8:61

Peace Loving

•           Accepting peace. - 59:9

•           Giving preference to others over themselves. - 15:88, 17:37, 25:63, 26:215, 31:18, 31:19

Humility

•           Humility- 28:25, 33:53

Shyness

•           Shyness- 9:119

Speaking Truth

1.         Speaking Truth- 9:119

2.         The reward of truth,- 3:17, 5:119, 33:23,24, 33:35, 39:33

3.         Speaking truth is the quality of prophets of God. - 19:50, 19:54, 36:52

4.        Enquiry regarding the speaking of truth. - 33:8

Self-respect

•           Self-respect- 2:273, 4:6

Forgiving

•           Forgiving -2:109, 3:134, 4:149, 5:13, 7:199, 15:85, 23:96, 24:22, 41:34, 42:37, 42:40, 42:43, 43:89, 64:14

Playing Host

•           Playing Host. - 11:69, 18:77, 33:53, 51:26,27

Avoid Shouting

•           Avoid shouting- 31:19, 49:3

Avoiding bad language

•           Avoid bad language. - 4:148, 14:24, 14:26, 17:53, 22:24, 23:3, 24:15, 25:72, 28:55, 33:70, 35:10

Observing the rules in an assembly

•           Observing the rules in a assembly. - 4:140, 24:62, 58:11

•           Avoiding the bad assemblies. - 4:140, 6:68

Neighbors

•           Good relationship with the neighbors. - 4:36

Chaste Life

•           Success lies in leading a chaste life. - 21:91, 23:5, 24:30, 24:31, 33:35

Preserving Honesty

•           Safely handing over the things to the person who has given it in your possession having confidence in you. - 2:282, 2:283, 3:75, 4:2, 4:58, 8:27, 12:54, 23:8, 70:32

Returning the Greeting (Salam)

•           Giving reply to the greetings of others. 4:86

Helping in Good deeds

•           Helping each other in good deeds. 5:2

Ignoring the fools

•           Ignoring the fools. - 7:199, 25:63, 28:55

Establishing Justice

•           Establishing Justice. - 4:58,  5:8, 5:42, 6:152, 7:29, 16:90, 49:9, 57:25

Bad Characteristics

Spreading whatever is heard

•           Should not spread whatever one hears. - 4:83

Bad Intention

•           Bad intention will lead to sin. - 49:12

Inclination

•           Following the desire- 2:120, 2:145, 4:135, 5:48,49, 5:77, 6:56, 6:119, 6:150, 7:176, 18:28, 19:59, 20:16, 25:43, 28:50, 30:29, 38:26, 42:15, 45:18, 45:23, 47:14, 47:16, 53:23, 54:3

Cowardliness

•           There should not be cowardliness. - 2:243, 4:77, 8:15, 33:13, 33:19, 47:20

Getting Angry

•           One can get angry when he sees evil. - 7:150, 7:154, 20:86

•           Getting angry on God is a grave sin. - 21:87

•           It is a characteristic of a bad person. - 3:119, 33:25

•           Should control anger. - 3:134

False Oath

•           Justifying false oath. - 4:62, 9:107

•           It is a characteristic of hypocrites. - 58:14

•           Severe punishment for those who use this as a shield. - 58:16, 63:2

Performing Tricks

•           Performing tricks. - 12:62

•           Performing tricks with good intention. - 12:70

•           Permission to perform trick. - 12:76,77

Causing Corruption

1.         Causing corruption is a characteristic of hypocrite. - 2:11

2.         It is a characteristic of an evil person. - 2:27

3.         Corruption is forbidden. - 2:60, 7:56, 7:74, 7:85

4.        Allah does not like it. - 2:205, 5:64

5.         There is server punishment for it in the world. - 5:33

6.         There is severe punishment for it in the hereafter also. - 5:33, 13:25

7.         Practicing dishonesty is also included in it. - 7:85, 11:85, 26:183

8.         Preventing from leading a good path is also included in it. - 7:86, 16:88

9.        Disgracing the weak is also included in this. - 28:4

10.       Refusing to do good is also included. - 28:77

11.        Paradise is for those who do not cause corruption. - 28:83

12.       Disbelieving in God and in the hereafter is also included in it. - 29:36

13.       Treating the relatives with enmity also comes under this. - 47:22

Taking Decisions in haste

•           Deciding without enquiring properly. - 49:6

•           Human being is hasty. - 17:11, 21:37

•           Hastiness can be shown in doing good. - 20:84

•           Do not transgress the limit of anything. - 3:147

•           Do not waste. - 4:6, 6:141, 7:31, 17:27, 17:29, 25:67

Spreading rumours

•           It is a severe crime to spread rumour. - 24:15

•           There is a severe punishment for it. - 24:11, 24:19

•           Rumour should not be spread. - 4:83

Conspiring Secrets

•           There is no use in speaking secrets except in three things. - 4:114

•           It is a habit of bad persons. - 21:3

•           One cannot speak secrets without the knowledge of God. - 58:7, 9:78

•           It is forbidden. - 58:8

•           Should not speak secrets except in helping others and in piety. - 58:9

•           It is a work of Shaitan. - 58:10

Bad speeches

•           Allah does not like speaking evil. - 4:148

•           The one who is caused injustice is permitted to speak. There is nothing wrong in it. - 4:148

Useless talk

•           Useless talk. 23:3

•           The punishment for indulging in useless talk. - 31:6

Calling by nick names

•           Humiliating by calling nick names. - 49:11

Probing deeply

•           Should not spy on others. - 49:12

Slander

•           It is forbidden. - 4:112, 4:156, 24:4, 24:6, 24:11,12,13, 24:16, 24:23, 33:58, 60:12

•           Blaming others for what they have done. - 4:112

•           Slandering the women. - 24:4, 24:11, 24:23

•           When slandering is seen it should be condemned. - 24:16

•           Placing the blame on good people. - 33:58

Mocking and Atonement

1.         It is a characteristic of a hypocrite. - 2:14, 9:6

2.         It is a characteristic of a fool. - 2:67, 5:58

3.         Ignoring the mockers. - 4:140, 5:58

4.        Righteous and the prophets were mocked at. - 6:5, 6:10, 9:64, 9:65, 11:8, 11:38, 15:11, 15:95, 16:34, 18:106, 21:36, 21:41, 25:41, 36:30, 43:7

5.         Resorting to mockery is permitted if a person is mocked at. - 11:38

6.         Mockery at the poor. - 9:79, 23:110

7.         Punishment for mocking at good. - 31:6, 45:9, 45:35

8.         On should not mock at another. - 9:79, 15:95, 49:11

Wrong assumption

•           It is a characteristic of our evil person. - 6:116, 6:148, 9:45, 9:110, 10:66

•           Assumption cannot be true. - 10:36, 53:23, 53:28

•           It is forbidden. - 49:12

Causing dissension and chaos

•           It should not be done. - 9:47, 68:11, 83:30, 104:1

Priding

1.         It is a characteristic of Shaitan. - 2:34, 7:12,13, 15:31, 38:74

2.         Allah does not like the proud. - 4:36, 7:36, 7:40, 7:48, 16:22, 16:23, 16:29, 31:7, 31:18, 39:59, 39:60, 39:72, 40:35, 40:56, 40:60, 40:76, 45:8, 45:31, 46:20, 57:23

3.         It should not be practiced. - 4:172, 4:173,  4:174, 6:93, 7:146, 8:47, 11:10, 16:29, 17:37, 24:11, 31:18, 39:60, 39:72, 40:27, 40:35, 40:56, 40:75, 40:76, 45:37, 59:23, 74:3

4.        It belongs only to Allah. - 2:185, 17:111, 22:37, 38:30, 45:37, 59:23, 74:3

5.         It will lead to sin. - 2:206

6.         There is no pride in having wealth. - 2:247, 11:10, 15:88, 18:34, 20:131, 23:55, 104:3

7.         They will not get good guidance. - 7:146, 28:39, 40:35, 41:15, 63:5

8.         There is no pride in having a force in large number. - 9:25, 18:34

9.        The hell is the reward for the proud. - 16:29, 22:9, 39:72, 40:75,76, 46:20

10.       The paradise is only for those who are not proud. - 28:83

Lies

1.         Severe punishment for the liars. - 2:10, 16:62

2.         Lying in the name of Allah. - 3:75, 3:78, 3:94, 4:50, 5:103, 6:21, 6:93, 6:144, 7:37, 10:17, 10:60, 10:69, 11:18, 18:15, 20:61, 29:68, 37:152, 39:32, 39:60, 61:7

3.         Should not listen to it. - 5:41, 5:42

4.        It will lead to hypocrisy. - 9:77

5.         Curse is for the liars. - 3:61, 24:7

6.         Telling lies for in the matter of religion. - 16:116

7.         Conducting test to identify liars. - 9:43, 29:3

8.         Most of the poets are liars. 26:223 - 226

9.        Considering oneself as pure. 4:49, 24:21, 53:32

10.       Should not mingle with useless people. - 4:140, 6:68, 7:199

11.        Hiding the truth.  2:42, 3:71,

Envy

•           It is finding fault in the arrangement of Allah. - 2:90, 4:32, 4:54

•           It will prevent from getting good guidance. - 2:90, 2:109, 2:213, 3:19, 42:14, 45:17

•           Seeking refuge in Allah against the envious. - 113:5

Back- biting

•           It should not be done. - 49:12, 68:11, 104:1

•           It can be done for advice. - 12:5

Breaking the vow

•           It should not be done. - 2:27, 3:77,  4:21, 4:155, 5:13, 7:102, 7:135, 8:56, 13:25, 16:91, 16:92, 16:94, 16:95

Deceit

•           God’s affection will not be given. - 3:161, 3:188, 4:106, 8:27

Stinginess

•           It will cause misery in the hereafter. - 3:180, 9:34,35

•           They will not get Allah’s affection. - 4:37, 9:76, 47:37, 47:38, 57:24

•           The successful are those who hate stinginess. - 4:128, 25:67, 59:9, 64:16

•           The wealth accumulated will lead to difficult life. -92:8

Snobbery (Show Off)

•           A person who spends to get appreciation from others is the friend of Shaitan. - 4:38

•           For wishing to get appreciation is the characteristic of a hypocrite. - 4:142, 8:47, 9:62, 107:6

•           They will lose benefits of others good deeds. - 2:264

•           One should not wish praise for what he has not done. - 3:188

Committing Excess

•           Commitment of excess. - 6:141, 7:31, 17:26, 17:27, 17:29, 25:67

Adopting double standards

•           Double standards. - 2:14, 2:76, 3:119, 9:8, 4:143

 Economy/Wealth

Wealth is a blessing

•           Wealth is a blessing. - 2:198, 3:174, 3:180, 4:32, 4:37, 4:73, 9:28, 9:59, 9:74, 9:75, 9:76, 16:14, 17:12, 17:66, 24:22, 24:32, 24:33, 28:73, 30:23, 30:46,35:12, 45:12, 62:10, 73:20

Leadership and Wealth.

•           Wealth is not a criterion for leadership. - 2:247

Poverty and wealth are not permanent

•           Cycle of periods. - 3:140

•           Testing by poverty and illness. - 2:155, 6:42

Accumulation of wealth among the wicked

•           It accumulation of wealth among the wicked is seen. - 2:212, 9:55, 9:69, 9:85, 10:88, 13:26, 17:30, 18:34,35, 18:46, 20:131, 23:55, 28:82, 29:62, 30:37, 34:35, 34:37, 57:20, 58:17, 68:14, 104:3

Should not lament when loss is incurred

•           When material loss is incurred. - 2:155, 3:186

•           Should not be tempted to excess wealth. - 6:44, 17:16, 18:46

For whom it should be spent

1.         Spending for the parents. - 2:83, 2:215, 4:36, 6:151, 17:23

2.         Spending by the father on children. - 2:233

3.         Spending for the relatives. - 2:177, 2:215, 4:8, 4:36, 16:90, 17:26, 24:22, 30:38

4.        Spending for orphans. - 2:273

5.         Priority to be given to those who serve in the way of Allah without demanding charity. - 2:177, 2:215, 4:8, 4:36, 76:8, 90:15

6.         Spending for poor. - 2:177, 2:215, 4:8, 4:36, 17:26, 24:22, 30:38, 51:19, 69:34, 74:44, 76:8, 89:18, 95:16, 107:3

7.         Spending on those who ask (beggars). - 2:177, 51:19, 70:25, 93:10

8.         Spending on nomads (travelers). ÓRp - 2:177, 2:215, 17:26, 30:38

9.        To free the slaves. - 2:177

10.       Spending for the prisoners. - 76:8

11.        Husband spending for his wife. - 4:34, 65:6

12.       Spending for neighbors. - 4:36

13.       Spending for the debtors. - 2:280

14.       Spending for those who caused harm. - 24:22

15.       Showing leniency to those who have borrowed. - 2:280

What has to be spent?

•           Spend from what you like. - 2:267, 3:92

•           Spend from excess. - 2:219

•           Reward only if it is spent from Halal (Permitted). - 2:215, 2:267,

•           Resort to medium level spending. - 17:26, 17:29, 25:67

•           Defective things should not be given. - 2:267, 3:92

Reward for Spending

•           Reward many times. - 2:245, 2:261, 2:265, 2:272, 9:121, 34:39, 57:7, 57:18

•           Poverty will not occur due to charity. 2:268, 2:276

•           Sins will be erased for helping the poor. - 2:271

How to Spend

1.         Benefit will be awarded only if it is spent for the sake of Allah. - 2:265, 2:266, 2:272, 5:27, 8:60, 9:54, 9:99, 76:9

2.         Openly and secretly, it can be spent. - 2:271, 2:274, 13:22, 14:31, 16:75, 35:29

3.         The things which destroy the benefits of our charities. - 2:262, 2:263, 2:264, 3:117, 4:38, 9:53, 9:54, 9:98

4.        It is better to spend while a person is in difficult state. - 3:134

5.         The fate of those who spend in evil ways. - 3:117, 8:36

6.         The fate of the stingy. -  3:180, 4:37, 9:34,35,  9:76,77,  47:37, 47:38,   92:8-11

7.         Should not be stingy. 4:128, 25:67, 57:24, 59:9, 64:16,

8.         Those who have nothing  to spend should feel for it. -9:92

9.        Spending during necessity. - 57:10

10.       Those who find fault with those who spend. - 9:79

11.        Extravagant spending. - 6:141, 7:31, 17:26, 25:67

12.       Those who do not have anything to give, have to use kind words. - 17:28, 93:10

13.       Can spend at any time either at night or day.

Bribery. - 2:274

•           We should not bribe others in order to grab the property of others. - 2:188, 4:161

•           Bribe should not be taken. - 2:188, 5:42, 5:62, 5:63

Interest (Usury)

1.         Earning should not be based on interest. - 2:275, 2:276, 2:278, 2:279, 3:130, 4:161, 30:39

2.         Is it only getting higher interest which is forbidden? - 3:130

3.         Those who eat interest will be raised as mad men. - 2:275

4.        Interest is completely forbidden. - 2:275

5.         Should not receive interest which you expect. - 2:278

6.         Low interest is also forbidden. - 2:278

7.         Those who receive interest fight against God. - 2:279

8.         Those who mend themselves can receive only the principal. - 2:279

9.        Permanent hell for those receiving interest. - 2:275

10.       It they mend they can make use of the interest received before. - 2:275

Consuming the wealth of others

•           Should not consume the wealth of others by wrong means. - 2:188, 4:2, 4:29, 4:161, 9:34,

Deceit

•           Should not indulge in betrayal. - 3:161, 3:188, 4:105, 8:27

Stealing the property of the orphans

•           Should not cheat others to grab the property of others. - 2:220, 4:2, 4:6, 4:9, 4:10, 6:152, 17:34, 89:17

•           Wealthy people should do the maintenance of the orphans with service mentality. - 4:6

•           The poor can receive wages for the maintenance of the orphans. - 4:6

Concealing the truth in business

•           Should not hide the truth while doing business. - 2:42, 2:146, 3:71, 4:94

Doing Adulteration

•           Should not do business concealing the truth, should not do adulteration. - 2:42, 3:71, 9:102

Wages for preaching religions

•           Should not demand wages for preaching religion. - 6:90, 10:72, 11:29, 11:51, 12:104, 25:57, 25:109, 25:127, 25:145, 25:164, 25:180, 34:47, 36:21, 38:86, 42:23, 42:23, 52:40, 68:46

•           Should not make use of the Book of God to earn. - 2:41, 2:174, 3:187, 3:199, 5:44, 9:9, 7:169

•           It will not be considered as selling the religion if those who preach religion give and receive charity. - 2:273

Betraying the associates (relatives)

•           Betrayal of the associates should not be done. - 38:24

Cheating in Measuring and Weighing

•           Should be correct in measuring and weighing. - 6:152, 7:85, 11:84, 11:85, 17:35, 26:181, 26:182, 26:183, 55:8, 55:9, 83:1, 83:2, 83:3

Earning by false oath

•           Should not earn your living by false oath. - 3:77, 5:106, 16:95

Earning by Prostitution

•           Should not earn by prostitution. - 24:33

Begging

•           Should not beg. - 2:273

Permission to levy tax

•           Permission to levy tax. - 18:94

Trade

•           It is permitted. - 2:275, 2:282, 4:29, 24:37

•           Trade through sea. 2:164, 16:14, 17:66, 30:46, 35:12

•           Honesty in Trade. - 6:152, 7:85, 11:84, 11:85, 17:35, 26:181, 55:8,9, 83:2,3

Earn by Hard work

1.         Working for wages. - 28:27

2.         Fishing. - 16:14, 35:12

3.         Manufacturing Jewels. - 35:12

4.        Grazing cattle. - 20:18, 20:54

5.         Agriculture. - 2:164, 2:267, 6:141, 12:47, 13:4, 16:11, 32:27, 39:21, 56:63, 56:64

Debt

1.         Cancellation of the debt is also a charity. - 2:280

2.         Loans with fixed period of time should be recorded. - 2:282

3.         For the transaction of loans witnesses have to be set. - 2:282, 5:106

4.        It there is no possibility of recording then any valuable can be received in possession to give loans. - 2:283

5.         Leniency time should be given to those who are not able to repay. - 2:280

6.         Recording should be done according to instruction of the one who demands loan. - 2:282

7.         The person who has the knowledge to record should not deny it. - 2:282

8.         The loans regarding the property and the others responsibilities should be fulfilled by the heirs. - 2:233

9.        Clearing debt is the first obligation in dividing the property of the diseased. - 4:11,12

The wealth should be spent with responsibility.

     1. Those who do not hold the responsibility in spending the   wealth should not even be given their own property. - 4:5

Prudence on spending wealth

•           The property should not entrusted to the person who do not have prudence on spending wealth- 2:180, 2:182, 2:240, 4:11, 4:12, 5:106, 36:50

Bequest (Inheritance)

•           Bequest. - 2:180, 2:182, 2:240, 4:11, 4:12, 5:106, 36:50

•           If any mistake is found in the one who prepared a bequest, he should be corrected. - 2:182

•           Fulfilling the bequest..- 4:11,12

Begging

•           Should not beg- 2:273

Concealing the status of wealth

•           One should not conceal his wealthy status. - 4:37

In the house of a close relative

•           In the house of the close relatives, items that are found can be eaten without getting their permission. - 24:61

The law of partition (of property)

•           The law of partition. - 4:7, 4:11, 4:12, 4:33, 4:177

Food

1.         Permitted to eat the food of those who are given the Book. - 5:5

2.         The forbidden food. - 2:173, 5:3, 6:145, 16:115

3.         Should consume only meat of the animal slaughtered in the name of Allah. - 5:4, 6:118

4.        Refusing to eat is rejecting the faith. - 6:118,119, 6:121,

5.         Should not eat if the name of Allah is not mentioned. - 6:121, 22:36,

6.         The living things in the sea are permitted. - 5:96, 16:14, 35:12

7.         During ‘Ihram’ hunting in the sea is not forbidden. - 5:96

8.         Should make the permitted as forbidden. - 5:87, 6:140, 9:37, 10:59, 16:116, 66:1

9.        Should make anything ‘forbidden’ according to one’s own whims and fancies is not permitted. - 6:143-144

10.       Hunting can be done with the help of animals trained for hunting. - 5:4

11.        Invoking the name of god while sending the animal for hunt. - 5:4

12.       Hunting can be done by gun, arrow, spear, etc. - 5:4

13.       It is a crime to make the permitted forbidden. - 5:87

Zakath

•           For details refer the title ‘Worship’ in the subject index.

Grave sins

1.         Associating partners to God. - 4:48, 4:116, 5:72, 6:88, 39:65

2.         Prostitution. - 4:15, 4:24, 4:25, 5:5, 17:32, 23:5, 23:7, 24:2, 24:30, 24:31, 24:33, 25:68, 42:37, 53:32, 60:12, 70:29, 70:30

3.         Murder. - 2:84, 2:91, 2:179, 4:92, 4:92, 4:93, 5:28,29, 5:32, 5:45, 6:151, 17:33, 25:68

4.        The first murder committed in the world. - 5:30

5.         Suicide. - 2:195, 4:29,30

6.         Killing the children. - 6:137, 6:140, 6:151, 16:58,59, 17:31, 60:12, 81:8,9

7.         Breaking the promise. - 17:34, 33:15

8.         Preventing the people from praying in the Masjids. - 2:114, 2:217

9.        Hiding evidence. - 2:140

10.       Bribery. - 2:188, 2:5:42, 5:62, 5:63

11.        Preventing good. - 2:217, 3:99, 4:160, 4:167, 7:45, 7:86, 8:36, 8:47, 9:9, 9:34, 11:19, 13:33, 14:3, 16:88, 22:25, 43:37, 47:1, 47:32, 47:34, 58:16, 63:2

12.       Consuming Alcohol- 2:219, 5:90, 5:91

13.       Gambling. - 2:219, 5:90, 5:91

14.       Suppression the rights of women. - 2:231, 2:232

15.       Consuming Interest (Usury). - 2:275, 2:276, 2:278, 2:279, 3:130, 4:161, 30:39

16.       Confiscating the property of the orphans. -  2:220, 4:2, 4:6, 4:9, 4:10, 6:152, 17:34, 89:17

17.       Confiscating the things of others. - 2:188, 4:2, 4:29, 4:161, 9:34

18.       Astrology (Soothsayer, Fortuneteller). - 5:90, 6:50, 7:188, 10:20, 11:31, 27:65, 52:41, 53:35

19.       Fabrication of lies in the name of Allah. -  2:79, 3:75, 3:78, 3:94, 4:50, 5:103, 6:21, 6:93, 6:112, 6:137, 6:138, 6:140, 6:144, 7:37, 10:17, 10:59, 10:60, 10:69, 11:18, 16:105, 16:116,117, 18:15, 20:61, 29:68, 34:8, 37:151,152, 39:32, 39:60, 61:

20.      Eve teasing. - 7:86

21.       Theft. - 5:38, 60:12

22.      Severing connections with the relatives. -  2:27, 13:25, 47:22

23.      Concealing the ‘Book’. -  2:159, 2:174, 3:187

24.      Destroying the products. - 2:205

25.      Stinginess. - 3:180, 4:37, 4:128, 9:34,35, 9:76, 25:67, 47:37, 47:38, 57:24, 59:9, 64:16, 92:8

26.      Creating Corruption. - 2:27, 2:60, 2:191, 2:205, 2:217, 4:91, 5:33, 5:64, 7:56, 7:74, 7:85, 7:86, 11:85, 11:116, 13:25, 26:152, 26:183, 28:77, 28:83, 29:36, 47:22

27.      Running away turning the back in the battle field. - 6:151, 17:23, 46:17

28.      Slandering. - 8:16

29.      Ill-treating Parents- 4:112, 4:155, 24:4, 24:6, 24:11, 12,13, 24:16, 24:23, 33:58 60:12

Politics

Governing

1.         Rewarding sovereignty is in the power of God. - 2:247, 3:26, 5:54, 7:128, 59:6

2.         Hereditary rule. - 27:16

3.         The ruler is appointed by God. - 2:246

4.        The age of maturity. - 4:6

5.         Having share. - 4:85

6.         Wealth is not an eligibility for the head of the government. - 2:247

7.         Wisdom is necessary for a ruler. - 2:247

8.         Strength is necessary for a ruler. - 2:247

9.        It is not the job of a prophet to form a government. - 2:246, 2:247, 12:55

The characteristics and duties of a ruler.

1.         To ruler’s congenial way of approach. - 3:159

2.         The ruler appointing representative when he goes out. - 7:142, 20:92

3.         Admonishing the representative appointed by the ruler. - 7:150, 20:94

4.        Humility in the ruler. - 15:88, 17:24, 26:215

5.         Having consultation in the matters. - 3:159, 42:38,

6.         Appointing ministers for various departments. - 12:55

7.         One can claim posting in the government which imprisoned him when he has not committed any wrong. - 12:55

8.         If the strangers want the law of their country can be followed for them. - 12:75,76

9.        The prophet of God adopting the laws of those who are not prophets of God. - 12:76

10.       The prophet of God accepting the kingship of another person. - 2:246,247, 12:76,

11.        Equality in justice and rights in all. - 2:80,81, 2:199, 3:75, 4:1, 5:18

12.       Construction of cities. - 10:87

13.       The government does not have the right to forgive the murderer. - 2:178, 17:33

14.       Should not lose the power for the sake of gaining the rich. - 6:52, 11:29,30, 18:28,

15.       Safe-guarding the secret of an individual. - 24:27, 24:28, 24:58, 24:59

16.       The one who has committed the crime is responsible for it. - 2:134, 2:141, 2:281, 2:286, 3:25, 3:161, 4:111, 6:31, 6:164, 7:39, 7:96, 9:82, 9:95, 10:8, 10:52, 17:15, 35:18, 39:7, 39:24, 39:48, 39:51, 40:17, 45:22, 52:21, 53:38, 74:38

17.       Preventing riots. - 2:251, 22:40, 49:9

18.       A person belonging to a particular religion should not be allowed to talk bad of the religion of another person. - 6:108

19.       Prohibition for gambling. - 2:219, 5:90, 5:91

20.      Prostitution for wine. - 2:219, 5:90, 5:91,

21.       Refuge for those who seek refuge. - 9:6

22.      Judgment should not be delivered according to the wish of the people. - 2:120, 2:145, 4:135, 5:48, 5:49, 5:77, 6:56, 6:150, 13:37, 18:28, 23:71, 25:43, 38:26, 42:15, 45:18

23.      Food and other amenities can be sought from the king. - 12:88

24.      Those who have the eligibility can claim the post. - 12:55

25.      Seeking rights from the ruler who is not a Muslim. - 7:105, 7:134, 20:47, 26:17, 26:22, 44:18

26.      Should not submit to the tyrant. - 11:59

27.      Should not obey the king who goes in an evil way. - 43:54

28.      Obeying the leaders. - 4:59

29.      When there is no Islamic government obeying the laws of others. - 12:76

30.      Should not spread scandals. - 4:83

31.       Holding post under the rule of non-Muslim rule. - 12:55       

32.      The right to live. - 2:178, 2:179, 4:93, 5:32, 5:45, 6:151, 25:68

33.      No right to commit suicide. - 2:195, 4:29

34.      The right of the children for living. - 6:137, 6:140, 6:151, 81:8

35.      The right to live for the female child also. - 16:58,59, 81:8, 16:97, 42:49, 53:45, 75:39, 92:3

36.      Right to the property. - 4:7, 4:11, 4:12, 4:32,33,  4:176, 8:75,

37.      Women’s right to the property. - 4:32

38.      The right to accumulate wealth. - 2:198, 4:32, 16:14, 17:12, 17:66, 28:73, 30:46, 35:12, 45:12, 62:10

39.      The permission granted to the affected person to speak bad words. - 4:148

40.      Taking lots. . - 3:44

The relationship with Non-Muslims

•           It is forbidden to make the non-Muslims your close friends. - 3:28, 3:118, 3:119, 3:120, 4:89, 4:139, 4:144, 5:51, 5:80, 9:23, 60:1, 60:2,

•           Permission to make close friends of the non-Muslims. - 5:2, 5:8, 5:57, 9:6, 60:8, 60:9

Hijrath (Emigration)

1.         Doing emigration is permitted to those who are unable to follow Islamic tenet. - 4:97

2.         Emigration can be done only when the earth is spacious. - 4:97

3.         There is no emigration if no country is ready to give them refuge. - 4:97

4.        For the weak, emigration is not necessary. - 4:98

5.         Emigration can be done if there is an opportunity. -4:97, 4:100

6.         Defeat for the righteous. - 2:155, 2:214, 3:140, 3:142, 3:166,167, 3:186

7.         Good life for the bad. - 3:178, 3:196, 3:197, 10:88, 23:55,56, 28:76, 28:81, 31:24, 40:4

Battle

1.         Government is necessary for waging war- 2:247, 2:248, 4:75

2.         The forces for the battle. - 8:65,66

3.         The battle is only when injustice is done on the weak men, women and young. - 4:75, 22:39-40

4.        Battle against those who transgress. - 2:190, 8:19, 9:13

5.         Battle with those who expelled them from their home-land. - 2:191, 22:39,40

6.         Those who break the pact and defile Islam. - 9:12

7.         The battle against the rioters. - 4:91

8.         Should not begin the battle. - 2:190, 9:13

9.        No wars against those wish peace. - 2:192, 4:90, 4:94, 8:61

10.       No war to spread the religion. 2:256, 3:20, 4:63, 4:80, 5:92, 6:104, 6:107, 9:6, 10:99, 10:108, 11:28, 18:29, 27:92, 39:41, 42:15, 42:48, 50:45, 88:22

11.        No war against those who want to leave. - 2:192,193, 8:39

12.       Only in the way of Allah (for justice) a fighting is obligatory. - 2:190, 2:244, 3:13, 3:146, 3:167, 4:74, 4:75, 4:76, 4:84, 9:111

13.       Obligation of waging war when necessity arises - 2:216

14.       Do not fear the force of the enemy. - 2:249, 8:19

15.       Should not be discouraged. - 3:173

16.       Battle should not be fought in the holy months. - 2:194, 2:217, 5:2, 9:5, 9:36

17.       The Majidul-Haram (The house of God) should not be made a battle field. - 2:191

18.       No pity should be shown in the battle. - 2:191, 8:57, 47:4

19.       Have to observe restraint in the battle field. - 2:190, 2:191, 2:193, 2:194,

20.      May expel those who have expelled them. - 2:191

21.       Respecting the sacredness in not one sided. - 2:191, 2:194

22.      Battle is for those who have been caused injustice. - 4:75, 22:39

23.      The greatness of those who have sacrificed their lives. - 2:154, 3:169, 4:74, 36:26

24.      Making arrangement for gathering strength. - 8:60

25.      Should not turn your back. - 8:15

26.      Turning (retreating) back as a strategy is permitted. - 8:16

Establishing Justice

1.         Can the lawyers appear in defense of those who have committed the crime. - 4:105

2.         Equal justice for both the poor and the rich. - 4:135

3.         Delivering justice for the enemies also. - 5:2, 5:8, 5:42, 60:8

4.        It is a compulsory duty. - 7:29, 16:90, 42:15

5.         Making peace with Justice. - 49:9

6.         Justice should not be bent for the sake of relatives. - 4:135, 6:152

7.         Justice should be established. 4:58, 4:135, 5:8, 5:42, 6:152, 7:29, 16:76, 16:90, 42:15, 49:9

8.         Ignoring the whims while delivering the justice. 4:135

Witness

1.         When two male members are not available, one male and two female can give witness. - 2:282

2.         Witnesses have to be arranged while handing over the properties of the orphans. - 4:6

3.         Should be a witness to the justice. - 4:135, 5:8, 6:152, 16:90

4.        Witness for death-will- 5:106

5.         Witness should be honest. - 5:106, 65:2

6.         The witness of such people who accuse the woman and do not bring four witnesses should not be accepted at any time. - 24:4

7.         If there is doubt regarding the witnesses they should be compelled to take oath? - 5:106-108

8.         If the husband accuses his wife regarding her chastity, instead of bringing four witnesses, he has to take oath four times. - 24:6-8

9.        If they do not bring four witnesses after they accuse the women about their chastity then 80 lashes have to be given to them as punishment. - 24:4

10.       Witnesses have to be produced for divorce and for re-conciliation. - 65:2

11.        Should not deny giving witness. - 2:282, 65:2, 70:33

12.       Appointing witnesses for having transactions regarding loan. - 2:282, 5:106

13.       Giving false witness. - 2:204, 4:135, 5:8, 5:108, 25:72

14.       It is wrong to influence the witness. It is also wrong to torture the witness. - 2:282

15.       Evidence should not be concealed. - 2:140, 2:181, 2:283, 3:71, 5:106

16.       Should not retract after giving evidence. - 2:42, 2:181, 3:71, 4:135

17.       For prostitution fours witnesses have to be produced. - 4:15, 24:4, 24:13

18.       Giving witness according to people. - 4:135

19.       Witness for transaction. .- 4:6

20.      Two witnesses for any agreement. - 2:282

21.       Giving witness against. - 5:107

Treaties (Promise, Agreement, Taking Oath, Pledge for offering with God)

1.         Fulfilling the promise made with Allah. - 2:27, 2:40, 3:76,77, 5:7, 5:14, 6:152, 9:111, 13:20, 13:25, 16:91, 16:95, 33:15, 33:23, 48:10

2.         A person cannot take oath stating that he will not do any good in the name of Allah. - 2:224, 24:22

3.         The oath taken by mistake (unintentionally) need not be fulfilled. There is no necessity of any compensation. - 2:225, 5:89

4.        Agreements among the society should be observed. - 4:90, 4:92, 8:72, 9:4

5.         If there is any doubt arises about anybody he should be made to take oaths on Allah. - 5:106,107

6.         If the enemies break the treaty, we can also break the treaty. - 9:12, 9:13

7.         Taking oath on Allah stating that he will not have family relationship with his wife. - 2:226

8.         Oath should not be taken for cheating and betraying. - 16:92, 16:94

9.        Fulfilling the promise. - 2:177,  3:76, 5:1, 7:102, 8:56, 9:111, 13:20, 16:91, 17:34, 23:8, 33:15, 33:23, 48:10, 70:32

10.       Using the Oath as a shield. - 58:16, 63:2

11.        Selling the treaty for a small price. - 3:77, 16:95

12.       We shall behave honestly till the enemies, who have done the agreement, behave honestly. - 9:4, 9:7

13.       There is no treaty with those about whom we fear that they would betray. - 8:58

Criminal Laws

Giving judgment based on whatever is seen outwardly

•           See only what is seen outwardly. 4:94

Should not transgress

•           Should not transgress while taking revenge. 17:33

The best is to forgive

•           Forgiving and observing patience are better than taking revenge. - 17:33, 42:40, 42:43

Prostitution

•           Prostitution- 4:15, 4:25, 24:2,

Murder

•           Murder. - 2:84, 2:92,93, 2:179, 4:92, 4:92, 4:93, 5:28,29, 5:32, 5:45, 6:151, 17:33, 25:68

The authority for forgiving

•           The authority to forgive the murderer is vested with the family of the killed. - 2:178,    17:33

Eye for an Eye

•           Causing damage to the particular organ of the body of a person who has damaged the same organ of the body of another person.   - 5:45

Slander

•           Slander. - 4:112, 24:4, 24:6, 24:11, 12,13, 24:16, 24:23, 33:58, 60:12

Placing the blame on others

•           A person placing the blame of an action, to which he is responsible, on others. - 4:112

Rumor

•           Spreading rumours. - 4:83

Theft

•           Theft. - 5:38

Corruption

•           Indulging in corruption. - 5:33

Aiding evil

•           Should not give any aid to evil. - 5:2

A person is innocent till his guilt is proved

•           Till the guilt is proved a person who is accused of guilt is innocent. - 24:4, 24:6-8, 24:11-13

Education

The significance of Education

1.         Educational tour. - 3:137, 6:11, 12:109, 16:36, 22:46, 27:69, 29:20, 30:9, 30:42, 35:44, 40:21, 40:82, 47:10,

2.         For running a government it is necessary. - 2:247, 2:251, 27:42, 38:20,

3.         Quran is protected only in minds of the educationists. - 29:49

4.        The scholars will clearly understand Islam. - 3:7, 3:18, 4:162, 17:107, 22:54, 28:80, 34:6

5.         Those who are educated are not equal to uneducated. - 39:9, 58:11

6.         It is God’s blessing. - 2:282, 96:4

7.         Only the scholars will establish Justice. - 3:18

8.         Only the scholars will differentiate between rumour from the truth. - 4:83

9.        It is the duty of the scholars to enjoin good and prevent evil. - 5:63

10.       Scholars will only obey God. - 17:107

11.        It is a reward given by God. -2:251, 2:269, 4:113, 28:14, 58:11

12.       Only the scholars will fear God. - 35:28

13.       The prophet (pbuh) was sent to teach wisdom. - 2:151

14.       Certain people dedicate their time completely in order to learn. - 9:122

15.       Invoking the help of God to increase the knowledge. - 20:114

16.       Nobody can claim that he is a complete master of knowledge. - 12:76, 17:85, 20:114

17.       Those who do not act according what they have learnt are considered donkey which carries the load of books. - 62:5

18.       Acting according to what one has learnt. - 2:44, 3:188, 61:2,3

19.       Making a long-distance tour in order to learn. - 18:62

20.      Accepting the commands of a teacher which are not against the religion. - 18:75

21.       Education should not be a hidden affair. - 2:42, 2:146, 2:159, 2:174, 3:71, 3:187, 4:37

22.      Prophets are sent only to expose what is concealed. - 5:15, 6:91

23.      Imparting education. - 9:122, 46:29

24.      Wise men should not be proud. - 17:85

25.      Accepting a part of religion and rejecting the other part (is sin). - 2:85, 2:208

26.      Following which gives no knowledge. - 17:36

27.      Ignorant learn from the scholars. - 2:189, 2:215, 2:217, 2:219, 2:220, 2:222, 5:4, 8:1, 10:94, 16:43, 17:85, 21:7, 25:59,

Debate

1.         Permission for meaningful debate. - 2:258

2.         Do no debate without knowledge. - 3:66, 22:3, 22:8, 31:20, 40:5, 40:35, 40:56, 43:58

3.         Permission for debate. - 11:32, 16:125, 29:46

4.        Permission for a decent debate. - 16:125, 29:46

5.         Debate can be done rationally. - 3:65, 7:195, 21:63, 22:73, 26:72, 37:95, 43:81

6.         Demanding evidence. - 2:111, 3:93, 21:24, 27:64, 28:75, 37:157

7.         Demanding evidence from the opponents. - 3:93, 6:143, 6:144, 6:148, 6:150, 28:49, 37:157, 46:4

Imparting good and preventing evil

1.         It is the duty of the human-beings to impart. Giving the right way is in the hands of God. - 2:119, 2:272, 3:20, 4:80, 5:92, 5:99, 6:66, 6:107, 10:108, 11:86, 16:37, 16:82, 24:54, 25:43, 27:81, 27:92, 28:56, 29:18, 30:53, 35:8, 39:41, 42:48, 43:40, 50:45, 64:12, 80:7, 88:21

2.         Imparting to the family. - 2:132, 2:133, 6:74, 19:42-45, 21:52

3.         The benefits due to the imparting. - 4:114, 9:71, 9:112, 41:33

4.        Should not be compelled. - 2:256, 9:6, 10:99, 11:28, 18:29, 10:108

5.         Imparting rationally and with in-depth knowledge. - 3:104, 9:122

6.         There should be a permanent committee for imparting. - 2:258, 4:63, 12:108, 16:125, 21:63

7.         It is a duty for all. - 3:110, 3:114, 9:71, 22:41

8.         Should not impart incompletely afraid of the criticism of the people. - 5:67, 6:33, 6:112, 7:2, 10:65, 10:71, 11:12, 11:113, 15:94, 17:74, 28:87, 39:3, 39:36, 43:43, 68:9

9.        Should not make any compromise in the religion. - 6:90, 10:72, 11:29, 11:51, 12:104, 25:57, 26:109, 26:127, 26:145, 26:164, 26:180, 34:47, 36:21, 38:86, 42:23, 52:40, 68:46

10.       Should not demand wages for the worth. - 2:273

11.        If the people who involve themselves full-time are poor then they can be given stipend. - 3:159, 6:108, 7:199, 16:125, 20:44

12.       Should be handled delicately. - 2:214, 3:186, 5:49, 6:33,34, 10:65, 31:17

13.       Should not be discouraged even if it is not accepted. - 4:114, 6:135

14.       The only aim is God’s satisfaction. - 3:20

15.       Calling towards Islam. - 7:165, 8:25

16.       Punishment even if the evil is not prevented. - 2:26

17.       Should not feel shy in uttering the truth. - 15:88, 17:24, 26:215

18.       Acquisition of knowledge should not make a person proud. - 7:164,165

19.       It is a crime not to prevent people from committing wrong. - 9:71

20.      It is also the duty of the women to impart. - 11:30, 11:31, 18:28, 26:114

21.       In trying to attracting the elites the weak should not be ignored. - 12:37

22.      Imparting it in the prison also. - 3:176, 5:41, 6:33, 15:88, 16:127, 18:6, 26:3, 27:70, 31:23, 36:76

23.      It is not anybody’s concern whether a person accepts it or not. - 2025 - 28

24.      Seeking from God the strength to impart clearly. - 6:112, 25:31

25.      Cannot avoid the opposition. - 2:150, 3:175, 5:3, 5:44, 5:54, 6:81, 9:13, 33:37, 33:39

26.      Fearing only Allah. - 3:173

27.      The faith will be strengthened by opposition. - 7:60

The problems faced while imparting good and preventing bad.

1.         Truth may be viewed as untruth- 7:60.

2.         Truth may be viewed as foolishness. - 7:66, 11:27

3.         Warning that they will be expelled from the place. - 7:82, 7:88, 8:30, 9:13, 9:40, 14:13, 17:76, 22:40, 26:167, 27:56, 47:13, 59:8, 60:9

4.        Force will be exerted to go back to their way. - 7:88,89, 14:13

5.         Will call liars. - 3:184, 6:33, 6:34, 6:57, 6:66, 6:147, 7:64, 7:66, 7:92, 10:41, 10:73, 11:35, 16:101, 16:113, 21:5, 22:42, 22:44, 23:26, 23:38, 23:44, 23:48, 25:37, 26:105, 26:117, 26:123, 26:139, 26:141, 26:160, 26:176, 26:186, 28:36, 28:38, 29:37, 32:3, 34:8, 34:43, 34:45, 35:4, 35:25, 36:14, 38:4, 40:5, 40:24, 40:37, 42:24, 46:8, 50:14, 54:9, 54:25

6.         Will say that mesmerism is done. - 7:109, 7:132, 10:2, 10:76, 10:77, 11:7, 20:57, 21:3, 38:4, 40:24, 43:30, 51:39, 51:52, 54:2

7.         Casting intention. - 7:110, 7:123, 20:57, 20:63, 23:24, 26:35, 34:43

8.         Damage the organs. - 7:124, 20:71, 26:49

9.        Indulge in massacre. 2:61, 2:87, 2:91, 3:21, 3:112, 3:181, 3:183, 4:155, 5:70, 7:127, 7:141, 8:30, 29:24, 40:25

10.       Call bad omen. - 7:131, 27:47, 36:18

11.        Criticism will be done regarding our inability. - 11:27, 11:91, 26:111, 43:52

12.       Mock at them. - 2:14, 2:212, 5:57, 5:58, 6:5, 6:10, 9:64, 9:65, 11:8, 11:38, 13:32, 15:11, 16:34, 18:56, 18:106, 21:36, 21:41, 25:41, 30:10, 31:6, 36:30, 37:12, 37:14, 39:48, 40:83, 43:7, 45:9, 45:33, 45:35, 46:26

13.       Try to induce fear with their false deities. - 7:195, 11:54, 39:36

14.       Call made. - 15:6, 17:47, 17:101, 23:25, 23:70, 25:8, 26:27, 26:153, 26:185, 34:46, 37:36, 44:14, 51:39, 51:52, 52:29, 54:9, 68:2, 68:51, 81:22

15.       Say Now it is a way. - 7:70, 10:78, 11:62, 11:87, 14:10, 23:24, 28:36, 34:43, 38:7

16.       Warning that they would be imprisoned. - 26:29

17.       Throw with stones. - 11:91, 18:20, 19:46, 26:116, 36:18, 44:20

18.       Burn with fire. - 21:68, 29:24, 37:97

Art of Family-Life

Marriage

1.         Should not observe asceticism / monasticism. - 57:27

2.         Marriage is a way shown by the prophet (pbuh). - 2:35, 4:1, 7:19, 7:83, 7:189, 11:40, 11:81, 13:38, 15:65, 19:55, 20:10, 20:117, 20:132, 21:76, 21:84, 21:90, 26:169, 26:170, 27:7, 27:57, 28:27, 28:29, 29:32, 29:33, 33:6, 33:28, 33:37, 33:50, 33:52, 33:53, 33:59, 37:76, 37:134, 38:43, 39:6, 51:26, 66:1, 66:3, 66:5

3.         It is an agreement of leading a new life. 4:21

4.        Polygamy is permitted for men. - 4:3, 4:129

5.         Those who cannot be married. - 2:221, 4:22, 4:23, 4:24, 60:10

6.         Muslim men and women should not marry non-Muslims. - 2:221, 60:10

7.         Women, if she is divorced or a widow cannot remarry until she delivers the child, if she is not pregnant. - 65:4

8.         A person cannot marry those who are in prostitution. - 24:3

9.        For financial reasons, a marriage cannot be postponed. - 24:32

10.       Muslims can marry those women who belong to the people the Book. - 5:5

11.        Should marry only people of good character. - 24:26

12.       The poverty can be removed by marriage. - 24:32

Mahar - The Bridal Gift

1.         Bridal gift is compulsory for a marriage. . - 4:4, 4:24, 4:25, 4:127, 5:5, 60:10

2.         It is the right of the woman to decide the amount of Mahar. It is also her right whether to forgo or accept it as a debt. - 2:229, 2:237, 4:4

3.         Any amount can be given as Mahar. - 4:20, 28:27

4.        Should not ask the women to return the Mahar which has been given. - 4:20, 4:21

5.         If the Mahar is fixed and the husband divorces his wife before having family relationship. - 2:237

Maintenance

•           An arrangement made either by the Islamic government or by the Jamath to receive and pay the compensation to a woman who has married and divorced without fixation of Mahar. - 2:236

Family Life

1.         The couple should experience happiness. - 2:187, 4:19

2.         Avoid having family relation during the menstruation period. - 2:222

3.         There is no restriction in the family relationship. - 2:223

4.        Wife should obey her husband. - 2:228, 4:32, 4:34

5.         Peace of mind due to marriage. - 7:189, 25:74, 30:21

6.         High status for the man. - 2:228, 4:34

7.         Artificial insemination. - 2:223

8.         Partiality among the wives. - 4:129

9.        Wife should not be compared with the mother. - 58:2

10.       The compensation paid by those who have stated that they will not have family relationship with their wives or considering them  their mothers. - 58:3

11.        If a person takes oath stating that he will not have family relationship with his wife. - 2:226

Divorce

1.         Those who have no understanding need not live together for financial reason. - 4:130

2.         Should not make haste in divorce. - 4:34,35

3.         It is necessary that other should find ways and means to bring peace between the couple. - 4:35

4.        Should not keep a woman divorcing with the motive of giving torture. - 2:231

5.         When the divorce for the first time is given the divorced wife can be recalled without any formality before the completion of three menstrual periods. - 2:228, 2:231

6.         Even after divorcing twice the woman can be recalled. - 2:229

7.         After the third divorce the woman cannot be recalled. - 2:230

8.         After the third divorce if the woman marries another person and that person divorces her then the first husband can re-marry her. - 2:230

9.        The marriage agreement will be cancelled automatically if the stipulated period (3 menstrual periods) came to an end. - 2:231

10.       The divorced women can remarry only after the completion of 3 menstrual periods. - 2:228

11.        When the divorce is given for the first time the husband cannot expel her from his house. - 65:1

12.       Woman should not hide if they are conceived. - 2:228

13.       The talk regarding the marriage can be held before the completion of the 3 menstrual periods. - 2:235

14.       It is a duty of a husband to give an amount to his wife if he divorces the woman without having family relationship with her even if no Mahar is fixed in advance. - 2:236

15.       Those women who have been either divorced or lost their husband can remarry only after the completion of the three menstrual periods. - 65:4

16.       If the woman is divorced before the husband had family relationship with her, then she can  marry immediately. - 33:49

17.       The woman who is divorced, can demand wages from the husband to breast feed her child. - 2:233

18.       Those who have divorced their wives have obligation of giving an amount to the women according to their financial capacity. - 2:241

19.       Should not harm the women in order to oppress them. - 2:231, 65:6

20.      They have the right to marry whoever they like after the period of Iddah. - 2:232

21.       No one should place an obstacle to the remarriage of women. The financial responsibility of suckling the child lies with the husband. - 2:233

22.      If the woman who is divorced suckles the child then she has to be paid wages. - 2:233, 65:6

23.      If the father dies the heirs of the diseased are responsible for his debts. - 2:233

24.      Whatever work should be d done according to their capacity. - 2:233, 2:236, 2:286, 5:6, 6:152, 7:42, 23:62, 65:7

25.      Suckling the child can be done by using a suckling woman. - 2:233.

26.      Suckling a child is till the child completes 2 years. - 2:233, 31:14, 46:15

27.      Food and dress have to be provided during the period of suckling. - 2:233

28.      Should not be separated for more than four months due to anger. - 2:226

29.      After divorce, Iddah is for 3 menstrual periods. - 2:228

The rights of women

1.         Women also have rights like men. - 2:228

2.         Men and women are equal in many aspects. - 2:187

3.         Marrying woman without her consent is not approved, it is forbidden. - 4:19

4.        The husband has no right to keep a woman, who wants separation, under compulsion. - 2:231

5.         Woman also has the right to divorce. - 2:228

6.         After the divorce the wives should not be prevented from remarrying. - 2:231, 2:232

7.         Wife has the right to separate from her husband. - 4:128

8.         Wife has the right in the property of her husband and so also the husband has right in the property of his wife. - 4:12

9.        Woman also has the right to property. - 4:7

10.       Women’s share in the proper is less. - 4:11, 4:176

11.        Whether it is men or women whatever they earn belongs to them. - 4:32

12.       In the hereafter both men and women have equal reward. - 3:195, 4:124, 16:97, 33:35, 40:40

13.       Those who lost their husbands can marry after four months and ten days. - 2:234

14.       Woman has the right to separation by giving a compensation. - 2:229

15.       Remarriage should not be prevented after the completion of Iddath. - 2:232, 2:234

16.       During the period of Iddah marriage agreement should not be done. - 2:235

17.       Before having family relationship even if the Mahar is not fixed in advance, if a woman is divorced then she should be provided with reasonable allowance. - 2:236

18.       According to the financial status of a person the amount that he is liable to pay should be fixed. - 2:236

19.       Iddath of the woman who lost her husband. - 2:234, 65:4

20.      After the divorce a consolidated amount has to be paid to the woman. .-2:241

21.       The amount should be paid to the woman generously. - 2:236

22.      ‘Mahar’ by a husband to a wife should be paid compulsorily. - 4:4, 4:24,25, 4:127, 5:5, 28:27, 33:50, 60:10

23.      Women can forgo their mahar. - 2:237, 4:4

24.      Mahar need not be returned. - 4:20,21

25.      Mahar given to the woman should not be asked to return for any reason. - 2:229

26.      Husband and wife can make peace among themselves. - 4:128

27.      The husbands who place the blame on their wives. - 24:6-9

28.      After the fixation of Mahar if a woman is divorced before having family relationship, half of the Mahar should be paid. - 2:237

29.      Both sides can forgo the Mahar. - 2:237

30.      It is better to show generosity. - 2:237

Parents and Children

1.         Naming the child. - 3:36

2.         Taking care of the parents. - 2:83, 2:215, 4:36, 6:151, 17:23, 19:32, 29:8, 31:14, 46:15

3.         Emphasizing the religious teachings to the children. - 2:132,133,  11:42, 31:13, 31:17-19, 37:102, 46:17

4.        Suckling the child for two years. - 2:233, 31:14

5.         Suckling of the child can be done with the help of a nunny. - 2:233

6.         Seeking the child from God. - 3:38, 19:5, 21:89, 37:100

7.         It is a great sin to kill the child. - 6:137, 6:140, 6:151, 17:31, 60:12, 81:8

8.         Praying for a righteous child to God. - 7:189

9.        Should not forget God due to the affection of the children. - 8:28, 9:85, 18:46, 34:37, 60:3, 63:9, 64:14,15

10.       Principle is greater than the parents. - 9:23, 19:48, 29:8, 31:15

11.        Principle is greater than the children. - 11:42,43, 58:22

12.       Partiality in the expression of affection between the children. - 12:5, 12:8, 12:13

13.       Weeping due to the separation the child. - 12:84,85

14.       Respecting the parents. - 12:100, 17:23

15.       Should not hate the female child. - 16:58,59, 42:49, 43:17, 81:8,9

16.       Obeying the parents. - 17:24

17.       Praying for their parents. - 17:24, 26:86, 71:28

18.       Acquiring wealth for the children. - 4:7, 4:11, 18:82

19.       Giving advice for the parents who go in a wrong way. - 6:74, 19:42-45, 21:52, 26:70, 37:85, 43:26

20.      The parents praying for their children. - 2:124, 2:128, 3:36, 14:35, 14:37, 14:40, 46:15, 25:74

21.       The greatness of Motherhood. - 31:14, 46:15

22.      Even if the parents go in a wrong way it is obligatory for their children to help them. - 31:15

23.      Mother is the one who gave birth to her child. - 33:4, 58:2

24.      There is no adopted child other than the one who is begotten. - 33:4, 33:5, 33:37

25.      Shares in the property of the parents for the children. - 4:11

26.      Shares for the parents in the property of their children. - 4:11

27.      Justice should not be neglected for the sake of the parents. - 4:135

28.      Forgiveness should not be sought for the parents who associate partners to God. - 9:113, 9:114, 60:4

29.      Seeking the prayer for the parents. - 12:97

30.      Even the female children can also help their parents. - 28:23

31.       Showing humility to the parents. - 17:23

Having Cordial Relationship with the relatives

1.         Helping the relatives. - 2:83, 2:177, 2:215, 4:36, 16:90, 17:26, 30:38

2.         Request for the relatives. - 2:180

3.         Showing affection towards the relatives. - 42:23

4.        While dividing the property the relatives who are not heirs can also be considered. - 4:8

5.         Justice should not be bent for the sake of the relatives. - 4:135, 6:152

6.         False oath should not be taken in favour of the relatives. - 5:106

7.         Even if those who associated partners to God are your relatives, should not seek forgiveness to them. - 9:113

8.         Should not take oath stating that no help will be rendered to the relatives. - 24:22

9.        Even our relatives will not carry our burden. - 35:18, 60:3

10.       Fearing god in the case of our relatives. - 4:1

11.        Priority should be given only to the relatives. - 8:75, 33:6

12.       Should not break the relationship. - 47:22

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