- This is a sub-article of Islamic jurisprudence and etiquette. Fiqh ( Arabic: فقه, fɪqəh is Islamic Jurisprudence. Fiqh is an expansion of the Sharia Islamic law—based directly on the An academic discipline or field of study is a branch of Knowledge which is taught or Researched at the college or university level This is a sub-article to Religious education, Academic discipline, and Islam. This is a sub-article of Fiqh and Law and economics. Islamic economics is Economics in accordance with Islamic law See also Modern Islamic philosophy, Islamism, Islamic terrorism Political aspects of Islam are derived from the Quran, the Sunna In Islamic law Marriage ("ʿurs" عرس is a legal bond and Social contract between a man and a woman as prompted by the Shari'a. This is a sub-article of Fiqh and Criminal law. Islamic criminal law (فقه العقوبات is Criminal law in accordance As-Salāmu `Alaykum ( ar السلام عليكم) is an Arabic Spoken greeting used by Muslims as well as non-Muslim Arabic speakers Khuda Hafiz ( Perso-Arabic: خدا حافظ, Devanāgarī: ख़ुदा हाफ़िज khudā hāfiz) is a Parting phrase (ar إن شاء الله is an Arabic term evoked by Arabic Persian, Turkish, Urdu and Bengali speakers to indicate hope for an Adherents of Islam are concerned with Clothing in two contexts clothing for everyday inside and outside the house and clothing required in specifically This is a sub-article to Islamic jurisprudence and Sex segregation See also Purdah Islam discourages social interaction In Islamic Sharia legal terminology a mahram ( Arabic محرم also Transliterated mahrim or maharem) is an In Islamic Sharia legal terminology a mahram ( Arabic محرم also Transliterated mahrim or maharem) is an Islam and clothing Hijab or ħijāb ( ar حجاب, pronounced) is the Arabic term for "cover" (noun based on the root حجب meaning "to A niqāb ( Arabic: نِقاب) is a Veil which covers the face worn by some Muslim women as a part of sartorial hijāb. Islamic family relations concerns both the close family as well as the more distant families Funerals in Islam follow fairly specific Rites though they are subject to some interpretation and local variation in custom Many muslims when praying their daily prayers have to say the Salat Ibrahimiya This is a sub-article to Islamic jurisprudence and Islamic theology. This is a sub-article to Fiqh and Hygiene Hygiene is a prominent topic in Islam. Islamic military jurisprudence consists of the basic laws governing the conduct of the military aspects of Jihad (also known as "lesser Jihad " Arabic (ar الْعَرَبيّة (informally ar عَرَبيْ) in terms of the number of speakers is the largest living member of the Semitic language Different approaches and methods for the Romanization of Arabic exist Translation is the interpreting of the meaning of a text and the subsequent production of an equivalent text likewise called a " translation Fiqh ( Arabic: فقه, fɪqəh is Islamic Jurisprudence. Fiqh is an expansion of the Sharia Islamic law—based directly on the Etiquette is a code that governs the expectations of Social behavior, according to the contemporary conventional norm within a Society,
Adab is prescribed etiquette, a way of living outlined in Islam. Etiquette is a code that governs the expectations of Social behavior, according to the contemporary conventional norm within a Society, For other meanings including people named 'Islam' see Islam (disambiguation. Islam has rules of etiquette and an ethical code involving every aspect of life. Ethics is a major branch of Philosophy, encompassing right conduct and good life Muslims refer to Adab as good manners, courtesy, respect, and appropriateness, covering the slightest acts, such as entering or exiting a washroom, posture when sitting, and cleansing oneself. A Muslim (مسلم pronounced Muslim, not Muzlim) is an adherent of the Religion In Sociology, manners are the unenforced standards of conduct which show the actor to be Cultured Polite, and refined Etiquette is a code that governs the expectations of Social behavior, according to the contemporary conventional norm within a Society, Respect is esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person a personal quality or ability or something considered as a manifestation of a personal quality or ability According to Sahih Bukhari, Muhammad refrained from bad language; neither a 'Fahish nor a Mutafahish. IMPORTANT PLEASE READ ##### For all questions relating to the addition of (pbuh peace be upon him or other honorifics He used to say "The best amongst you are those who have the best manners and character. "
Examples of encouraging Adab
- "See you not how Allâh sets forth a parable? - A goodly word as a goodly tree, whose root is firmly fixed, and its branches (reach) to the sky (i. e. very high). . . . . . And the parable of an evil word is that of an evil tree uprooted from the surface of earth having no stability. " Qur'an 14: 24, 25. Ibrahim Sura
- "Repel evil with that which is best: We are Well-acquainted with the things they say. "—Qur'an 23:96. The Qur’an ( القرآن, literally "the recitation" also sometimes transliterated as Qur’ān, Koran, Alcoran
- "And when they hear vain talk, they turn away therefrom and say: 'To us our deeds, and to you yours; peace be to you: we seek not the ignorant. '"—Qur'an 28:55.
- "Those who spend (freely), whether in prosperity, or in adversity; who restrain anger, and pardon (all) men; for Allah loves those who do good. Allah ( Arabic: الله, ʔalˤːɑːh) is the standard Arabic word for ' "—Qur'an 3:134.
- "When a (courteous) greeting is offered you, meet it with a greeting still more courteous, or (at least) of equal courtesy. Allah takes careful account of all things. "—Qur'an 4:86.
Notes and References
- ^ "keeping away" implies "keeping away from evil and doing what is right"
- ^ "Zivare donyah se chiz ast: mal, farzand va zan. The following list consists of Concepts that are derived from both Islamic and Arab tradition which are expressed as words in the Arabic language. In Linguistics, the lexicon (from Greek Λεξικόν of a language is its Vocabulary, including its words and expressions Enjoin what is good and forbid what is wrong is an often quoted phrase used in the Qur'an. Zinate akerat se chiz ast: elm, parhizgari va zadage. Zinate badan: Kam khordan, kam khabidan va kam koftan. Va zinate Ghalb: Sabr, zukot va shokr. " "Nasayeh: sayings of the fourteen infalibles, 1001 sayings", by Ali Meshkini. Ayatollah Ali Akbar Feyz (علیاکبر فیض&lrm 1922 &ndash July 30 2007 widely known as Ali Meshkini Ardabili (علی مشکینی اردبیلی&lrm
- Bruce Privratsky, Muslim Turkistan, pgs. 98-99
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