Harming the Parents-Grade 2

Harming the Parents   Allah, ta^ala, said in Suratul-Isra’, Ayah 23, what means, “Do not say ‘uff’ to them (your parents) and do not scold them. Say to them a kind word.” The Muslim should avoid all what hurts his parents. The one who mistreats his parents and greatly hurts them is ^aq to his parents. The one who is ^aq to his parents is not considered by Allah to be among the righteous and pious.

Obeying the Parents-Grade 2

Obeying the Parents   Allah, ta^ala, said in Surat Luqman, Ayah 14, what means, “We have ordered the human being to treat his parents kindly. His mother carried him in her womb, one hardship after another, and is weaned when he is two years old. Be thankful to Allah and to your parents; to Allah you shall return.” Allah ordered the Muslim to obey his parents, as long as they do not ask him to sin, and promised the one who obeys them with reward in the Hereafter. The Muslim should treat his parents kindly and not raise his voice at them.              

Good Manners-Grade 2

Good Manners   The Religion of Islam encourages good manners. The perfect Muslim does not harm other Muslims. The perfect Muslim does good things for other Muslims. The perfect Muslim smiles when he greets another Muslim. He treats well the one who mistreated him. The perfect Muslim is patient and does not get angry over a silly matter. The Prophet, salallahu ^alayhi wa sallam, said what means, “The good word is a charity.” This was related by Imam al-Bukhariyy.      

Truthfulness-Grade 2

Truthfulness   Truthfulness is one of the attributes of the righteous Muslim. The righteous Muslim does not lie. Truthfulness is good. Allah loves the good. Lying is evil. Allah does not love the evil, so I want to be truthful and not lie. Allah said in Suratu-Qaf, Ayah 18, what means: “Every word which is said is written down by the two Angels, Raqib or ^Atid.”              ...

The Righteous Muslim-Grade 2

The Righteous Muslim   The righteous Muslim does the obligations, such as the five prayers. The righteous Muslim does not do unlawful matters, such as lying and drinking alcohol. The righteous Muslim does not commit crimes. The righteous Muslim is trustworthy and does not steal. The Muslim loves the good and hates the evil.                

Islamic Manners – Grade 2

Lesson 1 The Righteous Muslim       The righteous Muslim does the obligations, such as the five prayers. The righteous Muslim does not do unlawful matters, such as lying and drinking alcohol.   The righteous Muslim does not commit crimes.   The righteous Muslim is trustworthy and does not steal.   The Muslim loves the good and hates the evil.                                       Lesson 2 Truthfulness   Truthfulness is one of the attributes of the righteous Muslim. The righteous Muslim does not lie. Truthfulness is good. Allah loves the good.   Lying is evil. Allah does not love the evil, so I want to be truthful and not lie....