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Al-Baqara (The Cow) - 2:169  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Vice to be avoided]


and bids you only to do evil, and to commit deeds of abomination, and to attribute unto God something of which you have no knowledge. - 2:169 (Asad)


 
Al-Baqara (The Cow) - 2:268  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:All Embracing (cares for all)] [Satan] [Spending in the cause of Allah] [Vice to be avoided]


Satan threatens you with the prospect of poverty and bids you to be niggardly, whereas God promises you His forgiveness and bounty; and God is infinite, all-knowing, - 2:268 (Asad)


 
Al-Imran (The Family of Imran) - 3:135  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:seek His forgiveness] [Forgiveness] [Remembrance of Allah:Remembrance of Allah (Zhikr)] [Vice to be avoided]


and who, when they have committed a shameful deed or have [otherwise] sinned against themselves, remember God and pray that their sins be forgiven - for who but God could forgive sins? - and do not knowingly persist in doing whatever [wrong] they may have done. - 3:135 (Asad)


 
An-Nisa (The Women) - 4:15  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Day of judgment] [Vice to be avoided] [Women] [Zina]


AND AS FOR those of your women who become guilty of immoral conduct, call upon four from among you who have witnessed their guilt; and if these bear witness thereto, confine the guilty women to their houses until death takes them away or God opens for them a way [through repentance]. - 4:15 (Asad)


 
An-Nisa (The Women) - 4:19  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Dower] [Inheritance] [Vice to be avoided] [Women]


O YOU who have attained to faith! It is not lawful for you to [try to] become heirs to your wives [by holding onto them] against their will; and neither shall you keep them under constraint with a view to taking away anything of what you may have given them, unless it be that they have become guilty, in an obvious man­ner, of immoral conduct. And consort with your wives in a goodly manner; for if you dislike them, it may well be that you dislike something which God might yet make a source of abundant good. - 4:19 (Asad)


 
An-Nisa (The Women) - 4:22  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Marriage:prohibited degrees in] [Vice to be avoided] [Women]


AND DO NOT marry women whom your fathers have previously married - although what is past is past: this, verily, is a shameful deed, and a hateful thing, and an evil way. - 4:22 (Asad)


 
An-Nisa (The Women) - 4:25  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's attributes:Most Merciful] [Allah's attributes:Oft_Forgiving] [Handmaidens (those whom right hands possess)] [Marriage] [Vice to be avoided] [Women]


And as for those of you who, owing to cir­cumstances, are not in a position to marry free believing women, [let them marry] believing maidens from among those whom you rightfully possess. And God knows all about your faith; each one of you is an issue of the other. Marry them, then, with their people's leave, and give them their dowers in an equitable manner - they being women who give themselves in honest wedlock, not in fornication, nor as secret love-companions. And when they are married, and thereafter become guilty of immoral conduct, they shall be liable to half the penalty to which free married women are liable. This [permission to marry slave-girls applies] to those of you who fear lest they stumble into evil. But it is for your own good to persevere in patience [and to abstain from such marriages]: and God is much-forgiving, a dispenser of grace. - 4:25 (Asad)


 
Al-An'am (The Cattle) - 6:151  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:associate no partners with Him] [Allah:gives sustenance] [Children:do not kill] [Homicide] [Justice] [Orphans:property of] [Parents:being good to] [Vice to be avoided]


Say: "Come, let me convey unto you what God has [really] forbidden to you: "Do not ascribe divinity, in any way, to aught beside Him; and [do not offend against but, rather,] do good unto your parents; and do not kill your children for fear of poverty - [for] it is We who shall provide sustenance for you as well as for them; and do not commit any shameful deeds, be they open or secret; and do not take any human being's life-[the life] which God has declared to be sacred -otherwise than in [the pursuit of] justice: this has He enjoined upon you so that you might use your reason; - 6:151 (Asad)


 
Al-A'raf (The Heights) - 7:28  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Fathers ( following of ) ] [Vice to be avoided]


and [so,] whenever they commit a shameful deed, they are wont to say, "We found our forefathers doing it," and, "God has enjoined it upon us." Say: "Behold, never does God enjoin deeds of abomination. Would you attribute unto God something of which you have no knowledge?" - 7:28 (Asad)


 
Al-A'raf (The Heights) - 7:33  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Sin] [Vice to be avoided]


Say: "Verily, my Sustainer has forbidden only shameful deeds, be they open or secret, and [every kind of] sinning, and unjustified envy, and the ascribing of divinity to aught beside Him - since He has never bestowed any warrant therefor from on high and the attributing unto God of aught of which you have no knowledge." - 7:33 (Asad)


 
Al-A'raf (The Heights) - 7:80  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Lut] [Vice to be avoided]


AND [remember] Lot , when he said unto his people: "Will you commit abominations such as none in all the world has ever done before you? - 7:80 (Asad)


 
Yusuf (Joseph) - 12:24  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Joseph] [Vice to be avoided]


And, indeed, she desired him, and he desired her; [and he would have succumbed] had he not seen [in this temptation] an evidence of his Sustainer's truth: thus [We willed it to be] in order that We might avert from him all evil and all deeds of abomination -for, behold, he was truly one of Our servants. - 12:24 (Asad)


 
An-Nahl (The Bee) - 16:90  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Justice] [Kin] [Noah:rules regarding] [Vice to be avoided]


BEHOLD, God enjoins justice, and the doing of good, and generosity towards [one's] fellow-men; and He forbids all that is shameful and all that runs counter to reason, as well as envy; [and] He exhorts you [repeatedly] so that you might bear [all this] in mind. - 16:90 (Asad)


 
Al-Isra (The Journey by Night) - 17:32  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Vice to be avoided] [Zina]


And do not commit adultery -for, behold, it is an abomination and an evil way. - 17:32 (Asad)


 
Al-Nour (The Light) - 24:19  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's knowledge] [Hereafter] [Vice to be avoided] [Worldly life] [Zina ( Adultery ):accusations of]


Verily, as for those who like [to hear] foul slander spread against [any of] those who have attained to faith grievous suffering awaits them in this world and in the life to come: for God knows [the full truth], whereas you know [it] not. - 24:19 (Asad)


 
Al-Nour (The Light) - 24:21  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:purifies whom He pleases] [Allah's attributes:Hears all things] [Allah's attributes:Knows all things] [Allah's mercy] [Purification:by Allah] [Satan:do not follow or obey or worship] [Vice to be avoided]


O You who have attained to faith! Follow not Satanís footsteps: for he who follows Satanís foot­steps [will find that], behold, he enjoins but deeds of abomination and all that runs counter to reason. And were it not for Godís favour upon you and His grace, not one of you would ever have remained pure. For [thus it is:] God who causes whomever He wills to grow in purity: for God is all-hearing, all-­knowing. - 24:21 (Asad)


 
Al-'Ankabut (The Spider) - 29:28  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Homosexuality] [Lut] [Vice to be avoided]


And Lot, [too, was inspired by Us] when he said unto his people: ďVerily, you commit abominations such as none in all the world has ever committed before you! - 29:28 (Asad)


 
Al-'Ankabut (The Spider) - 29:45  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah's knowledge] [Qur'an:recitation of] [Remembrance of Allah:is greater] [Vice to be avoided]


CONVEY [unto others] whatever of this divine writ has been revealed unto thee, and be constant in prayer: for, behold, prayer restrains [man] from loathsome deeds and from all that runs counter to reason; and remembrance of God is indeed the greatest [good]. And God knows all that you do. - 29:45 (Asad)


 
Al-Ahzab (The Confederates) - 33:30  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Vice to be avoided] [Wives of the Prophet]


O wives of the Prophet! If any of you were to become guilty of manifestly immoral conduct, double [that of other sinners] would be her suffering [in the hereafter]: for that is indeed easy for God. - 33:30 (Asad)


 
Ash-Shura (The Consultation) - 42:37  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Evil ] [Forgiveness] [Vice to be avoided]


and who shun the more heinous sins and abominations; and who, whenever they are moved to anger, readily forgive; - 42:37 (Asad)


 
An-Najm (The Star) - 53:32  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Allah:knows all you reveal and conceal] [Allah's attributes:All Embracing (cares for all)] [Forgiveness] [Sin] [Vice to be avoided] [Wombs]


As for those who avoid the [truly] grave sins and shameful deeds - even though they may some­times stumble behold, thy Sustainer is abounding in forgiveness. He is fully aware of you when He brings you into being out of dust, and when you are still hidden in your mothersí wombs: do not, then, consider your­selves pure - [for] He knows best as to who is conscious of Him. - 53:32 (Asad)


 
At-Talaq (The Divorce) - 65:1  

Topics discussed in this Verse:
[Divorce] [Fear of Allah] [Iddah] [Vice to be avoided] [Women]


O PROPHET! When you [intend to divorce women, divorce them with a view to the waiting period appointed for them, and reckon the period [carefully], and be conscious of God, your Sustainer. Do not expel them from their homes; and neither shall they [be made to] leave unless they become openly guilty of immoral conduct. These, then, are the bounds set by God - and he who transgresses the bounds set by God does indeed sin against himself: [for, O man, although] thou knowest it not, after that [first breach] God may well cause something new to come about. - 65:1 (Asad)




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