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MAJOR SINS
MAJOR SINS
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About The Book:

The deviation from, or breach of the fundamental duties, obligatory or compulsory, to transgress the limits imposed by Allah and to break the Shariah laws is called a Major Sin.

This book deals with various kinds of Major sins about which there are reproaches in the Holy Qur'an and in the Traditions (Ahadeeth). Compilation of this book by Muhammad Iqbal Siddiqi is mostly based on the Arabic Book entitled ' Kitab Al-Wahab, an eminent Muslim scholar. It is hoped that this humble effort may contribute towards the enlightenment of Muslims and help them to pursue the path of righteousness

CONTENTS
TitlePage
PREFACE7
Chapter1Major Sins16
Chapter2Major Sins of Heart16
Chapter3Arrogance17
Chapter4Self-Conceit18
Chapter5Showing Off (Riya)18
Chapter6Pride and Vanity20
Chapter7Fearlesencess of Allah's Scheme and disappointment from Divine Mercy21
Chapter8Evil Thought Concerning Allah22
Chapter9Sequel of Oppression 22
Chapter10Enmity and Grudge23
Chapter11Absurd Talk24
Chapter12Friendship with the Oppositionists of Alah24
Chapter13Hardness of Heart25
Chapter14Weakness of Heart27
Chapter15Evils of Tongue31
Chapter16Talkativeness33
Chapter17Glibness in Talk33
Chapter18Contentiousness34
Chapter19Loose Talk35
Chapter20Indecent Talk35
Chapter21Falsehood36
Chapter22Breach of Promise37
Chapter23Suspicion38
Chapter24Falsehood and Lying in Jest39
Chapter25Flattering40
Chapter26Overpraising41
Chapter27Unfair Dealing41
Chapter28Fictitious Dream42
Chapter29Rust of the Heart42
Chapter30Rejoicing on Sin43
Chapter31Inclination Towards Sin44
Chapter32Sceptical Turn of Mind46
Chapter33Showing Displeasure on Trails and Calamities46
Chapter34Contentment and Anxiety46
Chapter35Ignorance48
Chapter36Immodesty51
Chapter37Avarice and Greediness51
Chapter38Cowardice52
Chapter39Niggardliness52
Chapter40Miserliness53
Chapter41Grudge54
Chapter42Malice54
Chapter43Conjecture55
Chapter44Interpolating the Qur'anic Verses and Traditions of Messenger of Allah56
Chapter45Telling Something Without Knowledge57
Chapter46False-Witness57
Chapter47Perjury58
Chapter48False Accusation Against Chaste Woman59
Chapter49Double-Facedness60
Chapter50Detraction61
Chapter51Slandering61
Chapter52Cursing62
Chapter53Disclosure of A Secret63
Chapter54Cursing A Muslim63
Chapter55Treating A Dead Body with Discrespect64
Chapter56Calling 'Kafir' or 'Enemy of Allh'64
Chapter57The Result of Abusing the Parents65
Chapter58Uncivilized Shouting65
Chapter59Intercession Regarding prescribed Punishments66
Chapter60To support Falsehood67
Chapter61After Witnessing any Matter Either Speak Good or Remain Silent68
Chapter62Role of Tongue During The Period of Turbulence and Strife68
Chapter63Destruction69
Chapter64Boastfulness69
Chapter65Laughing At One's Lineage70
Chapter66Establishing Blood Relations with A Family other Than One's own71
Chapter67Showing Disgust to One's Family71
Chapter68Claming Different AncestryOther Than One's Own72
Chapter69Boastful Claim in The field of Knowledge 72
Chapter70Ungratefulness73
Chapter71Taunting and Making Fun ofthe Believers74
Chapter72Mockery74
Chapter73To Put A Muslim Brother to Embarrassment75
Chapter74Claiming Another Man's Property as One's Own75
Chapter75Betrayal of Secret Faults76
Chapter76false Accusation of Adultery76
Chapter77Treating A Hypocrite with Respect77
Chapter78False Testimony77
Chapter79To Take Oath in The Name of A Religion Other Than Islam77
Chapter80Backbiting78
Chapter81To Lead A BlindPerson Astray80
Chapter82Spreading obscenity in Muslim Society80
Chapter83Bribery81
Chapter84Acceptance of Gifts on The Part of State Officers is Forbidden81
Chapter85Intercession for A Present82
Chapter86Embezzlement83
Chapter87Obedience to the Ruler84
Chapter88Separation From The Body of The Muslims85
Chapter89Tturmoil(fitan)86
Chapter90Unjust Murder88
Chapter91To Increase the Number of Enemy Army90
Chapter92Disobedience to Parents91
Chapter93Severing Ties of Kinship92
Chapter94Rights of Neighbour93
Chapter95Good Manners94
Chapter96Rights of Husband95
Chapter97Maligning Pious People96
Chapter98Breach of Trust97
Chapter99Soverignty is a Trust98
Chapter100Asking for Office98
Chapter101Deceiving The Public99
Chapter102Showing Mercy to The Public100
Chapter103Evading the Needs of Public100
Chapter104Improper Display of Rank and dignity by the Rulers101
Chapter105Despotism101
Chapter106An Unjust Ruler102
Chapter107Not to Observe Proper Weight and Measure103
Chapter108Every Person is Responsible for His Subordinate104
Chapter109Kind Treatment with The Slaves105
Chapter110Kind Treatment with The Animals105
Chapter111Fugitive Slave106
Chapter112Maltreatment of Labourer106
Chapter113Demand for Divorce106
Chapter114Cuckold107
Chapter115Importance of Dower107
Chapter116Pointing Out With A Weapon108
Chapter117Prejudice108
Chapter118Showing Respect to An Innovator109
Chapter119Devouring The Property of An Orphan113
Chapter120Usurpation of Land113
Chapter121Enslaving a Free Person114
Chapter122Plundering114
Chapter123Humiliation of Oppessed115
Chapter124Islamic Brotherhood and Rights of Muslims115

MAJOR SINS

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About The Book:

The deviation from, or breach of the fundamental duties, obligatory or compulsory, to transgress the limits imposed by Allah and to break the Shariah laws is called a Major Sin.

This book deals with various kinds of Major sins about which there are reproaches in the Holy Qur'an and in the Traditions (Ahadeeth). Compilation of this book by Muhammad Iqbal Siddiqi is mostly based on the Arabic Book entitled ' Kitab Al-Wahab, an eminent Muslim scholar. It is hoped that this humble effort may contribute towards the enlightenment of Muslims and help them to pursue the path of righteousness

CONTENTS
TitlePage
PREFACE7
Chapter1Major Sins16
Chapter2Major Sins of Heart16
Chapter3Arrogance17
Chapter4Self-Conceit18
Chapter5Showing Off (Riya)18
Chapter6Pride and Vanity20
Chapter7Fearlesencess of Allah's Scheme and disappointment from Divine Mercy21
Chapter8Evil Thought Concerning Allah22
Chapter9Sequel of Oppression 22
Chapter10Enmity and Grudge23
Chapter11Absurd Talk24
Chapter12Friendship with the Oppositionists of Alah24
Chapter13Hardness of Heart25
Chapter14Weakness of Heart27
Chapter15Evils of Tongue31
Chapter16Talkativeness33
Chapter17Glibness in Talk33
Chapter18Contentiousness34
Chapter19Loose Talk35
Chapter20Indecent Talk35
Chapter21Falsehood36
Chapter22Breach of Promise37
Chapter23Suspicion38
Chapter24Falsehood and Lying in Jest39
Chapter25Flattering40
Chapter26Overpraising41
Chapter27Unfair Dealing41
Chapter28Fictitious Dream42
Chapter29Rust of the Heart42
Chapter30Rejoicing on Sin43
Chapter31Inclination Towards Sin44
Chapter32Sceptical Turn of Mind46
Chapter33Showing Displeasure on Trails and Calamities46
Chapter34Contentment and Anxiety46
Chapter35Ignorance48
Chapter36Immodesty51
Chapter37Avarice and Greediness51
Chapter38Cowardice52
Chapter39Niggardliness52
Chapter40Miserliness53
Chapter41Grudge54
Chapter42Malice54
Chapter43Conjecture55
Chapter44Interpolating the Qur'anic Verses and Traditions of Messenger of Allah56
Chapter45Telling Something Without Knowledge57
Chapter46False-Witness57
Chapter47Perjury58
Chapter48False Accusation Against Chaste Woman59
Chapter49Double-Facedness60
Chapter50Detraction61
Chapter51Slandering61
Chapter52Cursing62
Chapter53Disclosure of A Secret63
Chapter54Cursing A Muslim63
Chapter55Treating A Dead Body with Discrespect64
Chapter56Calling 'Kafir' or 'Enemy of Allh'64
Chapter57The Result of Abusing the Parents65
Chapter58Uncivilized Shouting65
Chapter59Intercession Regarding prescribed Punishments66
Chapter60To support Falsehood67
Chapter61After Witnessing any Matter Either Speak Good or Remain Silent68
Chapter62Role of Tongue During The Period of Turbulence and Strife68
Chapter63Destruction69
Chapter64Boastfulness69
Chapter65Laughing At One's Lineage70
Chapter66Establishing Blood Relations with A Family other Than One's own71
Chapter67Showing Disgust to One's Family71
Chapter68Claming Different AncestryOther Than One's Own72
Chapter69Boastful Claim in The field of Knowledge 72
Chapter70Ungratefulness73
Chapter71Taunting and Making Fun ofthe Believers74
Chapter72Mockery74
Chapter73To Put A Muslim Brother to Embarrassment75
Chapter74Claiming Another Man's Property as One's Own75
Chapter75Betrayal of Secret Faults76
Chapter76false Accusation of Adultery76
Chapter77Treating A Hypocrite with Respect77
Chapter78False Testimony77
Chapter79To Take Oath in The Name of A Religion Other Than Islam77
Chapter80Backbiting78
Chapter81To Lead A BlindPerson Astray80
Chapter82Spreading obscenity in Muslim Society80
Chapter83Bribery81
Chapter84Acceptance of Gifts on The Part of State Officers is Forbidden81
Chapter85Intercession for A Present82
Chapter86Embezzlement83
Chapter87Obedience to the Ruler84
Chapter88Separation From The Body of The Muslims85
Chapter89Tturmoil(fitan)86
Chapter90Unjust Murder88
Chapter91To Increase the Number of Enemy Army90
Chapter92Disobedience to Parents91
Chapter93Severing Ties of Kinship92
Chapter94Rights of Neighbour93
Chapter95Good Manners94
Chapter96Rights of Husband95
Chapter97Maligning Pious People96
Chapter98Breach of Trust97
Chapter99Soverignty is a Trust98
Chapter100Asking for Office98
Chapter101Deceiving The Public99
Chapter102Showing Mercy to The Public100
Chapter103Evading the Needs of Public100
Chapter104Improper Display of Rank and dignity by the Rulers101
Chapter105Despotism101
Chapter106An Unjust Ruler102
Chapter107Not to Observe Proper Weight and Measure103
Chapter108Every Person is Responsible for His Subordinate104
Chapter109Kind Treatment with The Slaves105
Chapter110Kind Treatment with The Animals105
Chapter111Fugitive Slave106
Chapter112Maltreatment of Labourer106
Chapter113Demand for Divorce106
Chapter114Cuckold107
Chapter115Importance of Dower107
Chapter116Pointing Out With A Weapon108
Chapter117Prejudice108
Chapter118Showing Respect to An Innovator109
Chapter119Devouring The Property of An Orphan113
Chapter120Usurpation of Land113
Chapter121Enslaving a Free Person114
Chapter122Plundering114
Chapter123Humiliation of Oppessed115
Chapter124Islamic Brotherhood and Rights of Muslims115

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