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QUIZ: Read the article about al-Qimaar and point to the main topic of the article.

  1. Monopolies
  2. Mutilating the dead
  3. Gambling
  4. Giving verdicts without knowledge





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al-Qimaar - Gambling

Contents > Economy and Trade in Islam > Gambling

You must know not to gamble. Allah says,

“O you who believe! Intoxicants and gambling, (dedication of) stones, and (divination by) arrows, are an abomination, - of Satan's handwork: eschew such (abomination), that you may prosper.” al-Qur’an, Surah al-Maa’idah, 5: 90








Related Pages

1. Monopolies

You must know not to monopolise.

2. Cheating

You must know not to cheat anyone.

3. Usury/Interest

You must know not to deal with usury.

4. Gambling

You must know not to gamble.

5. Lotteries

You must know not to play the lottery.

6. Playing games of gain or forfeit

You must know not to play for a gain or for a forfeit.

7. Haram earnings

You must know not to earn by prohibited means.

8. Stealing

You must know not to steal.

9. Trading by deception or doubt

You must know not to trade by deception.

10. Bribery

You must know it is forbidden to accept or to give bribes.

11. Dealing drugs

You must know it is forbidden to deal in drugs or alcohol.

12. Taking back donations

You must know it is forbidden to take back donations.

13. Taking back gifts

You must know it is forbidden to take back gifts.

14. Pickpocketing

You must know not to pickpocket.

15. Forgery

You must know not to forge.

16. Fraud

You must know not to con people.

17. Trading Haram things

You must know not to sell anything prohibited (e.g. Pork, Pornography, idols).

18. Eating Haram

You must know not to eat anything prohibited in Islam.

19. Concealing defects in goods

You must know not to hide faults or defects in goods for sale.

20. Benefitting from the Haram

You must know not to benefit from what is forbidden.