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  1. It is lawful to tie a knot in the handkerchief or waistband or tie a thread around a finger to remember an important thing.
  1. It is lawful to wear an amulet round the neck, provided the amulet contains verses from the Holy Quraan or the Names of Almighty Allah, or some invocations from the Hadith Books. Also lawful is to write the verses of the Holy Quraan with saffron etc. on a plate and make the sick person to drink the water after washing the plate.
  1. It is not permissible to use the prayer mat or bed sheet, which contains some writings whether these inscriptions are in the texture or painted or embroidered. The dining clothes, which bear couplets printed on them, should not be used. Same is the case with pillow covers.
  1. If a man makes a promise to someone but fails to fulfil that promise due to some unavoidable valid reason, he will not be charged for breach of trust.
  1. It is not permissible to eat and drink in the utensils used by the non-believers without washing them properly.
  1. It is permissible to listen to short stories and fictions, as a part of entertainment, provided this hearing should aim at learning some lesson from the moral of the story.
  1. It is recommended that a believer should talk to a non-believer in a polite way, but not to the extent that the non-believer may start thinking that the believer is impressed by his faith.
  1. If you have given your house to someone on rent and the tenant has already taken the possession of the house, you have to take the permission of the tenant to enter your own house.
  1. Man should not eat or drink the left-over of a strange woman. If the left-over is taken with the intention of getting blessings, it is permissible.
  1. The husband can beat up his wife for her non-performance of Salaah, or for not adorning herself for the sake of his pleasure, or for going out of the house without his consent.
  1. It is not obligatory for a husband to divorce his wife for her bad conduct. Similarly, the wife should not get rid of her husband simply for his wrong doings. If both realize that they will not be able to keep up the religious limits between themselves, they can separate.
  1. There is nothing wrong to borrow money in times of need, with the determination of its repayment. If the money is borrowed with no intention of repayment, it is unlawful to use the money.
  2. It is permissible to give bribe to save one’s life, property, dignity and honour. It is also permissible to give bribe to achieve one’s right. One who gives such a bribe will not be a sinner, but the one who takes the bribe.
  1. The concept that pronouncement of husband’s name by a woman invalidates their Nikah, is baseless.
  1. It is not permissible to invoke Almighty Allah for one’s death under any worldly pressure, like poverty, or threat from an enemy, or fear of the loss of property.
  1. It is not permissible to invoke Almighty Allah for the salvation of a non-believer. Prayer can be held for his accepting the Divine guidance.
  1. It is not permissible to displace a bird from its nest even if the nest causes inconvenience to the people of the house. They should wait till the young ones of the bird grow up and fly on their own.
  1. People consider the month of Safar, particularly the first thirteen days of the month, as very unlucky. Marriages and other celebrations are not held during this period. The Hadith has forbidden this concept. Some people consider certain dates of every Islamic month, such as 3, 13, 23, 8, 18, and 28, as unlucky. This is also superstitious and should be avoided. In India, the last Wednesday of the month of Safar is considered to be a very special day. People keep their business in abeyance on this day; go for an outing, and cook special foods. They say that on this day the Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) had taken bath after his ailment and had gone out of Madina for a luxury tour. These are baseless concepts and one should not believe in them.
  1. The turban should be tied while standing and the pyjama should be donned while sitting. He, who does just opposite, would be afflicted in an incurable disease. The turban or pyjama should not be used as a pillow.
  1. The animal should not be overburdened beyond its capacity and should not be beaten up on its face or head.
  2. It is not permissible to run away from a place infested with Plague and people from other places should also not go to that place.

Dear readers! I end this book with the golden words of Sayyiduna Ali Ibne-Abi Taalib (radi Allahu anhu), in whose praise Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) once said: “I am the city of knowledge and Ali is its gate.”

When he was asked who is a believer, he said: 

  1. With him people’s life, wealth, and dignity are secure.

  2. He has strong religious convictions. He is very eager to understand the religious teachings.

  3. In pursuing his aims, he achieves perseverance by combining endurance and wisdom.

  4. When rich, he does not forget moderation; when poor, he forbears without sacrificing his dignity.

  5. When powerful, he forgives easily. He is generous in appropriate ways.

  6. In all inquiries, he aspires to increase his knowledge and understanding.

  7. His behaviour is gentle. His actions and walk reflect modesty.

  8. He faces calamities with patience and never becomes panic-stricken.

  9. People enjoy his affection and calmness. He is ready to bear pain in order to comfort others.

  10. In friendship, he is sincere. He honours his promises.

  11. Although occasionally criticized, he never criticizes anyone.

  12. In his judgment, he is neither oppressive nor unfair.

  13. He helps the oppressed and is concerned about the deprived. He does not abandon those in distress; he tries to relieve their burdens.

  14. He is anxious to legitimize and purify his earnings.

  15. When infuriated, he behaves justly. 

  16. In his treaties, he is firm and consistent. In his friendships, he is faithful and avoids meddling.

  17. He respects the rights of those who are absent. He accepts the apologies of those at fault.

  18. He is generous without being extravagant or wasteful.

  19. He is kind and compassionate to the poor and weak. Anyone may expect his assistance during difficulties.

  20. He does not forget those who are good to him; he is grateful.

  21. He guides those who seek his advice.

  22. He assists those who have assisted him.

  23. He does not divulge people’s secrets. He does not inquire into secret affairs, which do not concern him. He is honest and trustworthy.

  24. He avoids coercion, ignorance, and lies. He keeps away from evil.

  25. He raises questions in order to increase his knowledge and keeps silent in order to avoid mistakes.

  26. He combines conscience and patience in his behaviour. He communicates with others so his knowledge may be increased. 

  27. His livelihood is earned in an hounourable way.

  28. He treats people kindly and affectionately. He is conscious and affable. 

  29. He tries not to hurt anyone; people are safe with him. He deals fairly with all.

  30. In his actions toward others, he respects justice. He does unto others, as he likes done unto him.

  31. To those near him, he is a friend and helper. To the orphans, he is like a father.

  32. He is not crude or rude toward his inferiors. He is not idle.

  33. He follows the example of good leadership demonstrated by his predecessors.

  34. He sets a good example for those who succeed him.

  35. His good deeds are not performed for the sake of being boastful. He is not hypocritical in his actions.

  36. He does not abandon a benefaction at the pretext of embarrassment.

  37. He is not boisterous. He does not take credit for the good deeds of others.

  38. He is not proud or selfish.

  39. He speaks only the truth. He is moderate and wise.

  40. There is no flaw, laxity or partiality in his judgment.

  41. He is not disgraced by love of food. His whims and sexual desires do not govern him; he can control them.

  42. He is not envious. He is not hasty.

  43. He does not pounce on nor insult others.

  44. He does not degrade anyone nor backbite.

  45. He is neither slack nor dishonourable.

  46. If he keeps away from someone, it is not due to arrogance. If he associates with someone, it is not in order to be deceptive or spy.

  47. He does not interfere in a matter, which does not concern him.

  48. He does not fall into the same difficulty twice.