These are the 70 major sins in Islam. You should know them in order to avoid these major sins

70 MAJOR SINS IN ISLAM
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01. Associating anything with Allah [shirk]
02. Murder
03. Practicing magic [sorcery
04. Not Praying
05. Not paying Zakat
06. Not fasting on a Day of Ramadan
without excuse
07. Not performing Hajj, while being
able to do so
08. Disrespect to parents
09. Abandoning relatives
10. Fornication and Adultery
11. Homosexuality (sodomy)
12. Interest (Riba)
13. Wrongfully consuming the property
of an orphan
14. Lying about Allah and His
Messenger
15. Running away from the battlefield
16. A leader deceiving his people and
being unjust to them
17. Pride and arrogance
18. Bearing false witness
19. Drinking Khamr (wine)
20. Gambling
21. Slandering chaste women
22. Stealing from the spoils of war
23. Stealing
24. Highway Robbery
25. Taking false oath
26. Oppression
27. Illegal gain
28. Consuming wealth acquired
unlawfully
29. Committing suicide
30. Frequent lying
31. Judging unjustly
32. Giving and Accepting bribes
33. Woman imitating man and man
imitating woman
34. Being cuckold
35. Marrying a divorced woman in
order to make her lawful for the
husband
36. Not protecting oneself from urine
37. Showing-off
38. Learning knowledge of the religion
for the sake of this world and
concealing that knowledge
39. Betrayal of trust
40. Recounting favours
41. Denying Allah’s Decree
42. Listening to people’s private
conversations / eavesdropping
43. Carrying tales
44. Cursing
45. Breaking contracts
46. Believing in fortune-tellers and
astrologers
47. A woman’s bad conduct towards
her husband
48. Making statues and pictures
49. Lamenting, wailing, tearing the
clothing, and doing other things of this
sort when an affliction befalls
50. Treating others unjustly
51. Overbearing conduct toward the
wife, the servant, the weak, and
animals
52. Offending one’s neighbour
53. Offending and abusing Muslims
54. Offending people and having an
arrogant attitude toward them
55. Trailing one’s garment in pride
56. Men wearing silk and gold
57. A slave running away from his
master
58. Slaughtering an animal which has
been dedicated to anyone other than
Allah
59. To knowingly ascribe one’s
paternity to a father other than one’s
own
60. Arguing and disputing violently
61. Withholding excess water
62. Giving short weight or measure
63. Feeling secure from Allah’s Plan
64. Offending Allah’s righteous friends
65. Not praying in congregation but
praying alone without an excuse
66. Persistently missing Friday Prayers
without any excuse
67. Usurping the rights of the heir
through bequests
68. Deceiving and plotting evil
69. Spying for the enemy of the
Muslims
70. Cursing or insulting any of the
Companions of Allah’s
Messenger (S.A.W)

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18 Comments

  1. Boobah (computer name) said,

    December 2, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    As-salaamu-‘alaykum. I want to say I am confused about saluting followers of the Prophets (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon them and other good people). We have a tradition of using saluting them (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon them and other good people) with phrases like “Allah be Pleased with them” or “Allah’s Mercy be upon them” or even “Peace be upon them.” I know We should not fall short of properly saluting the Prophet Muhammad (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon him and his followers). At the same time, I do not want to salute followers of the Prophets (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon them and their followers) in an incorrect way, so can you tell me if there is a better salutation than “Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon the Prophets and other good people”? And what about good people who follow faiths other than Islam only because they do not know about Islam (meaning, they would follow Islam if they knew of it) (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon the Prophets and other good people)?

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    • ammaara said,

      December 2, 2011 at 6:32 pm

      Wa alaikum salam dear brother. Thank you for your query. I will try my best insha Allah to answer you.

      We are allowed to say: Peace & blessings be upon him (PBUH)
      We can also say: Peace & blessings be upon him and his family (PBUH & HF)
      Or, we can say: Peace & blessings be upon him and his family (Aalihi) and his wives (wa Azwajihi) and all his companions (wa Sahbihi Ajma’een).

      The Prophet [pbuh] once said: “Say: O Allah bless Muhammad and his household in the same way as you blessed Abraham and his household. Verily you are worthy of all praise full of all glory!”.

      Concerning the other prophets, we say [peace be upon them]
      Concerning the sahabas, we say, may Allah be pleased with them [radiAllahu anhum]
      Well, there is no specific word concerning good people, but there is nothing wrong to say concerning a muqmiin, “may Allah be satisfied with him/her”
      When someone has done a good deed, we can say simply, may Allah grant him paradise, may Allah accept his good deeds done sincerely, may Allah provide him with the best…all these are allowed to say…

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      • Boobah said,

        December 3, 2011 at 9:21 am

        Thank you

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  2. Boobah said,

    December 2, 2011 at 2:05 pm

    Furthermore, I have noticed something about Kung-Fu and sorcery. In Kung-Fu, you use energy called ‘Chi’ or the ‘Force’ (Star Wars term)(provided to us by Allah, of course) to make yourself fit for a fight, and in Islam, strengthening yourself for a fight is nothing new. From Star Wars, I get the impression that sorcerers use this energy to influence others and other things, rather than make themselves fit. Does this mean Kung-Fu is sorcery or rather a halal exercise for us to preserve peace against mischievous folks (as stated by martial artists)?

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    • ammaara said,

      December 2, 2011 at 6:52 pm

      May Allah help me in this question Indeed, fighting and defending ourselves are allowed in Islam. It is even recommended.
      In the hadith, the prophet [pbuh] gave us a variety of means in order to train our bodies, mind and soul. Now, i do not know the principles of kung Fu. Kung Fu is a discipline of self-defence. I do not think that kung Fu is related to sorcery. but there are many other activities that are used by sorcerers which are called negative energy to defeat the opponent. Non muslims also observe some types of meditation or yoga which are not allowed in islam because they carry along some rituals… I sincerely hope i have replied to your query. If any more question, you can still ask.

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  3. Boobah said,

    December 2, 2011 at 2:19 pm

    Moreover, I have noticed that a certain amount of ethanol (a component of alcoholic drinks) has been declared to be ‘too little’ to intoxicate (like maybe 0.000000001 ml). I know that Allah’s Messenger (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon him) prohibited us from drinking even a palm full of wine because that is enough to intoxicate us, just as he (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon him) prohibited us to wear silk out of pride. However, I heard of a report that he (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon him) allowed us to use silk bandages to cover wounds, not to wear them out of pride. Does this mean that we may drink levels of ethanol that are too little to intoxicate us, knowing that these cannot intoxicate (like maybe 0.000000001 ml) us? After all, I know Islam has scientific bases behind at least a number of rules.

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    • ammaara said,

      December 2, 2011 at 6:43 pm

      Brother, what i can provide you as answer is this. Normally in all drugs which are used as curative purposes contain a small amount of alcohol. Sometimes they will indicate the amount, sometimes they will not notify. In any way, drugs do contain a very small amount of alcohol. But this amount is so few, that it is allowed by the majority of scholars. AS you have yourself stated the amount.000000001ml

      However, you will notice that in some sirops, example for cough, they use a more consequent amount and they will even notify this in the list of ingredients. So, this one you should avoid. Why? simply because it is illegal and you will feel the after effect, dizziness, drowsiness etc.

      Concerning silk. Well the wearing of silk is haram for men in this world but will be allowed in the after world. Because silk tends to effeminate. On women, they tend to beautify and render the skin soft. Whereas if you use if as a bandage, there is absolutely nothing wrong.
      May Allah forgive us for our shortcomings.

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  4. Boobah said,

    December 2, 2011 at 2:24 pm

    As-salaamu-‘alaykum, I want to say that posted something before these two posts in which I use the greetings, but it disappeared, so I am saying it again.

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  5. Boobah said,

    December 2, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    In this post that disappeared I wanted to say that I want to know if there is any better salutation for good people (apart the Prophets (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon them and other good people)) that is better than “Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon the Prophets and other good people”, because we used salutations like “Allah be pleased with them” or “Allah’s Mercy be upon them.” This is as I know it is a sin to fall short of properly saluting the Prophet Muhammad (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon him), and I do not want to fall short of properly saluting followers of the Prophets (Allah’s Blessings and Peace be upon them and other good people) and those who would follow Islam if they knew about it (but do not know of Islam).

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    • ammaara said,

      December 2, 2011 at 6:33 pm

      No it did not disappear…:)

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  6. Boobah said,

    December 3, 2011 at 9:23 am

    Thank you for guiding me on these issues

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    • ammaara said,

      December 5, 2011 at 2:39 pm

      Al Hamdulillah brother. May Allah be satisfied with us

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  7. sawad said,

    May 7, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    does islam allow to any festival like milad u nabi (pbuh)?

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    • ammaara said,

      May 10, 2012 at 7:21 pm

      The answer is simple: we need to obey Allah and His messenger.

      there are only two festivals in the islamic calendar: Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha. The prophet [pbuh] never celebrated his birthday nor did the sahabas.
      rather the prophet [pbuh] used to fast every Monday, the day on which he was born.

      I want to remind muslims and myself that the date upon which the prophet was born is the same as he departed from this world. So, why do we need to celebrate Milad un nabi?

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  8. sawad said,

    May 12, 2012 at 2:23 pm

    assalaamu alikkum
    we can say salat right?
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    sallalaahu alaa muhammed sallalaahu ali wa sallam..
    thanks for your reply
    may allah bless you..!!

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    • ammaara said,

      May 12, 2012 at 5:07 pm

      Yes, sending salam on the prophet [phub] as we do during swalat, is recommended. Like darood ibrahim.

      But if you praise the prophet [pbuh], this of course is not allowed. Why? because the prophet himself hated this attitude. There are hadith which speaks about this issue. You cannot raise the prophet [though he was perfect among all human beings] to the same level as the Creator, Allah. Allah is supreme in all His attributes. The prophet is a creature of Allah

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    • ammaara said,

      May 12, 2012 at 5:13 pm

      I hope you read the comments and understand insha Allah

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  9. Sifat said,

    August 16, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    Wow….ammaara sister mashaAllah……may Allah bless u n reward u jannatul Ferdous…u know lots of things about islam…its magnificent……. I want say something in this material world…… people plzz sacrifice ur bad deeds n obey His rule……….n boyzz love Allah…..he will listen 2 u

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