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The Prophet Muhammad (blessings of Allah be upon him and his family) has said:

1. Spread the salaam amongst yourselves. (Muslims)

2. Before speaking the salaam should be said. (Tirmizi)

3. Those who are nearest to God are they who are first to give a salutation (Salaam). (Tirmidhi)

4. Fasting is a shield (from sins). (Tirmizi)

5. Cleanliness is a part of the Faith. (Tirmizi)

6. Actions depend on their intention. (Bukhari)

7. A Muslim is a brother of a Muslim. (Bukhari)

8. The one who recites the Quran and the one who listens to it have an equal share in the reward. (Bukhari)

9. The best of you is the one who learned and taught the Quran. (Bukhari)

10. Feed the hungry, visit the sick and free the captive. (Bukhari)

11. Salaat is a pillar of the Deen. (Tabrani)

12. A man follows the religion of his close friend, so each of you should be very careful about whom he takes as a close friend. (Abu Dawud)

13. When any of you eats, he should eat with his right hand and when he drinks he should drink with his right hand. (Muslim)

14. Mention God’s name, eat with your right hand and eat from what is next to you. (Bukhari)

15. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) forbade that a man should drink standing. (Muslim)

16. The strong man is not the good wrestler; the strong man is only the one who controls himself when he is angry. (Bukhari)

17. When one of you becomes angry while standing, he should sit down. If the anger leaves him, well and good; otherwise he should lie down. (Ahmad)

18. God will not show mercy to him who does not show mercy to others. (Bukhari).

19. Sadqa given to a poor man is just Sadqa, but when given to a relative it serves a double purpose, being both Sadqa and a connecting link. (Tirmidhi).

20. If you spend (to help others), O son of Adam! I (God) shall spend on you. (Bukhari)

21. It is better for a man to give a dirham as Sadqa during his lifetime than to give a hundred at the time of his death. (Abu Dawud)

22. When a man dies no further reward is recorded for his actions, with three exceptions: Sadqa which continues to be supplied, or knowledge from which benefit continues to be reaped, or the prayers of a good son to his dead father. (Muslim)

23. The best house among the Muslims is the one which contains an orphan who is well treated, and the worst house among the Muslims is the one which contains an orphan who is badly treated. (Ibn Majah)

24. The best sadqa is that a muslim man learns knowlege (of the Deen) and then teaches it to his Muslim brothers. (Ibn-e-Majah)

25. The Lord’s good pleasure results from a father’s good pleasure, and the Lord’s displeasure results from the father’s displeasure. (Tirmidhi)

26. One who cuts ties of (blood) relationship will not enter paradise. (Muslim).

27. Do not wear silk, for those who wear it in this life shall not wear it in the Hereafter. (Muslim)

28. Whoever eats or drinks from gold or silver utensils, is indeed filling his stomach with the fire of hell. (Muslim)

29. Assuredly the angels do not enter a house in which there are statues or figures. (Bukhari)

30. Announce your Nikkah (marriage). (Tirmizi)

31. Nikkah (marriage) is my Sunnat. (Ibn-e-Majah)

32. Whoever turns from my sunnah is not from me. (Bukhari)

33. When one of you is invited to a marriage feast, he should go to it. (Bukhari)

34. Among lawful things divorce is most hated by Allah. (Abu Dawud)

35. If any woman asks her husband for divorce without some strong reason, the odour of paradise will be forbidden for her. (Tirmidhi)

36. He who goes out in search of knowledge is in God’s path till he returns. (Tirmidhi)

37. To learn the Knowledge of the Deen is fard upon every Muslim man and woman. (Ibn-e-Majah)

38. Anyone who shows the way to something good has the same reward as the person who does it. (Muslim)

39. The man who is most hateful to God is the one who quarrels and disputes most. (Bukhari)

40. None of you can truly be said to believe until he wants for his brother what he wants for himself. (Agreed upon)

41. God does not look at your forms and possessions, but He looks at your hearts and your deeds. (Muslim)

42. When one of you looks at someone who is superior to him in property and appearance, he should look at someone who is inferior to him. (Bukhari)

43. This world is the prison of the believer and the paradise of the unbeliever. (Muslim)

44. Whoever remains quiet attains salvation. (Tirmizi)

45. Anyone who safeguards for My sake what is between his jaws and what is between his legs, I will safeguard Jannah (Paradise) for him. (Agreed upon)

46. It is not allowable for a man to come in between two people without their permission. (Tirmidhi)

47. The distinguishing factor between kufr and Imaan is the deliberate neglect of Salaat (Prayer). (Muslim)

48. A Muslim has five duties towards another Muslim; to return a salutation (Salaam), visit the sick, follow funerals, accept an invitation and say ‘God have mercy on you’ when one sneezes. (Muslim)

49. He who believes in God and the Last Day should honour his guest; he who believes in God and the Last Day should not annoy his neighbours; and he who believes in God and the Last Day should say what is good or keep silent. (Bukhari)

50. There are three signs of a hypocrite: when he speaks he speaks lies, when he makes a promise he breaks it, and when he is trusted he betrays his trust. (Bukhari)

51. Seventy thousand of my people will enter paradise without being taken to account. They are those who do not use spells or take omens, but put their trust in their Lord. (Bukhari)

52. I and the one who takes responsibility for an orphan, whether his own kin or of others, will be in paradise thus,” and he pointed his forefinger and the middle finger with a slight space between them. (Bukhari)

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