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Everything about ethics in the Quran

Everything about ethics in the Quran

Sincerity and truthfulness are prized and very much appreciated. The consumption of some foods are condemned, most notably pork.

Regular prayer and fasting are essential to the fabric of life.

Idol worship and cold-blooded murder are sternly condemned.

The Quran should be read or recited often.

Prayers should be performed facing Mecca.

Pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca is recommended to every Muslim.

Most of Islam’s laws, rules, and regulations are contained in the hadith (the words and practices of Prophet Muhammad), which specify punishments for men and women for the act of zina (premarital sex).

Adultery is a direct violation of the marital contract and one of the major sins condemned by Allah.

Punishment by stoning (rajm) is not stated in the Quran and based entirely upon hadith.

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