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QUIZ: Read the article about al-La`n and point to the main topic of the article.

  1. Supporting Muslims
  2. Praise
  3. Cursing
  4. Friendship with non-muslims





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al-La'n - Cursing

Contents > Guarding the Tongue > Cursing

You must know not to curse Muslims. The Prophet (saw) said:

“A Muslim does not swear, curse or ridicule.” Saheeh al-Muslim

And in one narration, Abdullah ibn Omar (ra) that the Prophet (saw) said,

“A Mu’min does not insult (At-Ta’en), A Mu’min does not curse (al-La’en), A Mu’min does not speak Fahishah (sexual terminologies or lewdness), A Mu’min is not bazhi (the one who swears all the time).” Musannaf ibn Abi Shaybah








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1. Guarding the Tongue

You must control your tongue.

2. Lying

You must know not to lie.

3. Backbiting

You must know not to backbite Muslims.

4. Slander

You must know it is forbidden to backbite through fabrication.

5. Calumnies

You must know not to cause hatred between Muslims.

6. Cursing

You must know not to curse Muslims.

7. Defamation

You must know not to defame Muslims.

8. Swearing

You must know not to swear.

9. Dirty Sign Language

You must know not to make dirty sign language.

10. Pride

You must know not to be proud or to boast.

11. Arrogance

You must know not to be arrogant.

12. Belittling others

You must know not to belittle or humiliate anyone.

13. Mocking Others

You must know not to make a mockery of anyone.

14. Evil Nicknames

You must know not to call each other bad names or nicknames.

15. False Oaths

You must know not to give a false oath.

16. False Testimony

You must know not to give false testimony.

17. False Witness

You must know not to be a false witness.

18. Provocation

You must know it is forbidden to provoke anyone.

19. Bickering

You must know it is forbidden to argue for the sake of arguing.