Ten Hateful Acts of Allah

                                                 Ten Hateful Acts of Allah


And we derive the Qur'an as a remedy and a mercy to the believers ..." (Surat al-Isra: 82).


Allah calls the Qur'an a variety of names which contain deep meaning. One of them is Syifa '(medicine) and Rahmah (affection).

Because of His rahmah, God gives much guidance as to what to do and forbid Him. The clue as a form that God does not want his servants to misbehave, crumble, and deviate from the Shari'a.

In the Qur'an, the form of affection in the form of prohibition is exposed by Allah Almighty in the Surah Al-Isra, beginning with human relationship with Allah (hablumminallah) ie cleansing of creed and meaning implied in La Ilah illallah, connected with human relations with others (hablum minannas).

First, the prohibition of associating Allah (shirk), in (QS al-Isra: 22. Second, respect for parents (Surat al-Isra: 23-24).

Third, the fulfillment of the right to the poor, "And give to the close of the families of their right, to the poor and to those who travel, and do not waste your wealth extravagantly" (Surat al-Isra: 26).

Fourth, the commandment should not be too miserly, "And do not make your hands chained to your neck and do not give it too much for it you become disgraceful and sorry." (Surat al-Isra: 29).

Fifth, the prohibition on killing children, "And do not kill your children for fear of poverty. We are the ones who will give sustenance to them and also to you. Truly killing them is a great sin. "(Surat al-Isra: 31).

Sixth, prohibition of adultery, "And do not go near adultery; Indeed, adultery is a vile act. And a bad way. "(Surat al-Isra: 32).

Seventh, the prohibition of killing a person, "And kill not the soul which Allah forbade (to kill), but with a righteous (reason). And whosoever is put to death unjustly, We have indeed given power to his heirs, but let not the heir exceed the limits of killing. Verily he is a man of help. "(Surat al-Isra: 33).

Eighth, the prohibition of eating the orphan's wealth, "And do not approach the orphan's property, except in a better way (useful) until he grows up and fulfill the promise. Indeed, the promise must be asked for his responsibility. "(Surat al-Isra: 34).
Ninth, blind taqlid prohibition (following the shari'ah without a clear naqli basis), "And do not follow what you have no knowledge of. Verily hearing, sight, and heart will be asked for his responsibility. "(Surat al-Isra: 36).

Tenth, proud ban, "And do not walk the earth arrogantly, for surely you can not penetrate the earth and you will never reach as high as mountains" (Surat al-Isra: 37).


These ten restrictions conclude with the affirmation that God hates the act so much if we do it, "All these evils are hated by your Lord" (Surat al-Isra: 38). May Allah keep us from the above ten actions. Amen.

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