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List of 75 Good Manners in The Quran

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We live in society where moral and good manner is almost disappeared. Once upon a time when morals and manners used to be the first priority in society and earn respect from fellow neighbors.

As Muslims, we should be good to our fellow Muslim brothers and sister. Our beloved prophet (PBUH) taught us good manners and out to live a life in our society.

Abu Hurairah (RA) said that Rasulullah (SAW) said, “If one has good manners, one may attain the same level of merit as those who spend their nights in prayer.” (Al-Bukhari)

List of 75 Good Manners in The Quran

Don’t lie (22:30)

Don’t spy (49:12)

Don’t exult (28:76)

Don’t insult (49:11)

Don’t waste (17:26)

Feed the poor (22:36)

Don’t backbite (49:12)

Keep your oaths (5:89)

Don’t take bribes (27:36)

Honour your treaties (9:4)

Restrain your anger (3:134)

Don’t spread gossip (24:15)

Think good of others (24:12)

Be good to guests (51:24-27)

Don’t harm believers (33:58)

Don’t be rude to parents (17:23)

Turn away from ill speech (23:3)

Don’t make fun of others (49:11)

Walk in a humble manner (25:63)

Respond to evil with good (41:34)

Don’t say what you don’t do (62:2)

Keep your trusts & promises (23:8)

Don’t insult others’ false gods (6:108)

Don’t deceive people in trade (6:152)

Don’t take items without right (3:162)

Don’t ask unnecessary questions (5:101)

Don’t be miserly nor extravagant (25:67)

Don’t call others with bad names (49:11)

Don’t claim yourselves to be pure (53:32)

Speak nicely, even to the ignorant (25:63)

Don’t ask for repayment for favours (76:9)

Make room for others at gatherings (58:11)

If enemy wants peace, then accept it (8:61)

Return a greeting in a better manner (4:86)

Don’t remind others of your favours (2:264)

Make peace between fighting groups (49:9)

Lower your voice and talk moderately (31:19)

Don’t let hatred cause you to be unjust (6:108)

Don’t ask too many favours from people (2:273)

Greet people when entering their home (24:27)

Be just, even against yourself & relatives (4:135)

Speak gently, even to leaders of disbelief (20:44)

Don’t criticize small contributions of others (9:79)

Don’t call the Prophet how you call others’ (24:63)

Try to make peace between husband & wife (4:128)

Don’t call the Prophet from outside his rooms (49:4)

Oppression/corruption is worse than killing (2:217)

Preach to others in a good and wise manner (16:125)

Don’t accuse others of immorality without a proof (24:4)

Consider wives of the Prophet like your mothers (33:6)

Don’t raise your voice above that of the Prophet’s (49:2)

Don’t call someone a disbeliever without knowing (4:94)

Seek permission before entering someone’s room (24:59)

Know your enemies can become your close friends (41:34)

Don’t wrongly consume the wealth of the vulnerable (4:29)

Don’t turn your cheek away from people in arrogance (31:18)

Forgive others, as you would like Allah to forgive you (24:22)

Seek Prophet’s permission when leaving his gathering (24:62)

Don’t hold secret meetings for sin, rather do so for piety (58:9)

Don’t order others to do good while forgetting it yourself (2:44)

Be patient with your teacher & follow his instructions (18:67-69)

Don’t frown, turn away or neglect those who come to you (80:10)

If unable to help a needy person, at least speak nice words (17:28)

Be lenient to those under you, and consult them in matters (3:159)

Verify information from a dubious source before acting upon it (49:6)

Don’t remain in the Prophet’s home unnecessarily after a meal (33:53)

Those who can continue to spend on those less fortunate (24:22)

Don’t enter homes without permission & return if refused entry (24:27-28)

Don’t sit with those who mock religion until they change the subject (4:140)

Say it’s not appropriate to talk of slander when it’s mentioned to you (24:16)

If required to ask the Prophet’s wives, then do so from behind a screen (33:53)

Divorce in an amicable manner instead of keeping & harming your wife (2:231)

Punish in an equivalent manner to how you were harmed or be patient (16:126)

Differences in colour & language are signs of Allah, not means of superiority (49:13)

Don’t take women by force, nor take back bridal gift without a valid reason & live with them in kindness (4:19)

source: https://www.islamicity.org/14618/good-manners-in-the-quran/

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