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Prohibitions That Are Taken Too Lightly (ممنوعات شریعہ ) by Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid [english]

Prohibitions That Are Taken Too Lightly (ممنوعات شریعہ ) by Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid [english]

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Prohibitions That Are TakenToo Lightly
Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjidwww.islam-qa.com
Islamic Propagation Office in Rabwah, RiyadhIslam at Your Fingertips2008-1429
IntroductionShirk: associating partners in worship with AllahGrave-worshipSacrificing to anything other than AllahAllowing what Allah has forbidden and forbidding what Allah has allowedMagic, fortune-telling and divinationAstrology, or believing that the stars and planets have an influence onpeo
ple’s lives and events
 Believing that certain things can bring benefit when the Creator has notmade them soShowing off in worshipSuperstitious belief in omensSwearing by something other than AllahSitting with hypocrites and wrongdoers to enjoy their company or to keepthem companyLack of composure in prayerFidgeting and making unnecessary movements in prayerDeliberately anticipating the movements of the imam (when praying incongregation)Coming to the mosque after eating onions or garlic, or anything that has anoffensive smellZinaa - fornication and adulterySodomy (homosexuality)
Not allowing one’s husband to have marital relations for no legitimate
Asking one’s husband for
a divorce for no legitimate reason
Having intercourse with one’s wife during her period
 Having intercourse with one's wife in her rectumNot treating co-wives fairlyBeing alone with a non-mahram womanShaking hands with a non-mahram womanA woman wearing perfume when going out or passing by non-mahrammenA woman travelling without a mahramDeliberately looking at a non-mahram woman
Seeing one’s womenfolk behaving in an immoral fashion and keeping 
silentMaking false claims ab
out a child’s lineage, or denying one’s own child
 Consuming riba (usury or interest)
Concealing a product’s faults at the time of sale
 Artificially inflating pricesTrading after the second call to prayer on FridayGambling TheftOffering or accepting bribesSeizing land by forceAccepting a gift in return for interceding Hiring someone and benefitting from his labour, then not paying him hiswages
Not giving gifts equally to one’s children
 Asking people for money when one is not in need

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