God forbids evil actions:

  • 2:83Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 83

    We took the covenant of the Children of Israel, "You shall not serve except God, and regard your parents, and regard the relatives, and the orphans, and the needy, and say kind things to the people, and observe the Contact prayer, and contribute towards betterment." Then you turned away, except a few of you; you were objecting.

  • 2:84Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 84

    We have taken a covenant with you, "You shall not spill each other's blood, nor drive each other out from your homes." You agreed to this while bearing witness.

  • 2:85Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 85

    But here you are killing each other and driving out a group of you from their homes; you act towards them with evil and animosity. If they come to you as prisoners, you ransom them while it was forbidden for you to drive them out! Do you acknowledge some of the book and reject some? The punishment for those amongst you who do so is humiliation in this worldly life; and on the day of Resurrection, they will be returned to the most severe retribution. God is not oblivious of what you all do.

  • 2:168Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 168

    O people, eat of what is in the earth as good and lawful, and do not follow the steps of the devil; he is to you a clear enemy.

  • 2:169Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 169

    He only orders you evil and sin, and that you may say about God what you do not know.

  • 2:190Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 190

    Fight in the cause of God against those who fight you, but do not transgress, God does not like the aggressors.*

  • 2:191Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 191

    Kill them wherever you find them, and expel them from where they expelled you, and know that persecution is worse than being killed. Do not fight them at the Restricted Temple unless they fight you in it; if they fight you then kill them. Thus is the reward of those who do not appreciate.

  • 2:286Al-Baqarah | The Cow, 286

    God does not impose a person beyond its capacity. For it is what it earns, and against it is what it earns. "Our Lord, do not mind us if we forget or make mistakes. Our Lord, do not place a burden upon us as You have placed upon those before us. Our Lord, do not burden us beyond our power; pardon us, and forgive us, and have compassion on us; You are our patron, help us against the ingrates."

  • 3:104Ali 'Imran | The Family Of Imran, 104

    Let there be a nation from amongst you that calls towards goodness, and orders recognized norms, and deters from evil. These are the successful ones.

  • 4:85An-Nisa | Women, 85

    Whoever intercedes with a good intercession, he will have a reward of it; and whoever intercedes with an evil intercession, he will receive a share of it. God has control over all things.

  • 4:149An-Nisa | Women, 149

    If you reveal what is good or hide it, or forgive what is bad, then God is Pardoner, Omnipotent.

  • 5:2Al-Ma'idah | The Food , 2

    O you who acknowledge, do not violate God's decrees, nor the restricted month, nor the donations, nor what is regulated, nor maintainers of the Restricted Sanctuary who are seeking a bounty from their Lord and a blessing. When it is permitted for you, then you may hunt. Let not the hatred of another people, because they had barred you from the Restricted Temple, tempt you to aggress. Bond together in piety and righteousness, and do not bind together in sin and animosity. Be aware of God, for God's retribution is severe.

  • 7:28Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 28

    When they commit evil acts, they say, "We found our fathers doing such, and God ordered us to it." Say, "God does not order evil! Do you say about God what you do not know?"

  • 7:33Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 33

    Say, "My Lord has forbidden all lewd action, what is obvious from them and what is subtle, and sin, aggression without cause, your setting up partners with God that were never authorized by Him, and saying about God what you do not know."

  • 7:199Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 199

    You shall resort to pardoning, and advocate recognition, and turn away from the ignorant ones.

  • 7:200Al-A'raf | The Elevated Place, 200

    If a provocation from the devil incites you, then seek refuge with God. He is the Hearer, the Knower.

  • 11:116Hud | Hud, 116

    If only there was from the previous generations a people with wisdom who deterred from the corruption on earth, except the few that We saved of them. Those who were wicked followed the enjoyment they were in, and they were criminal.

  • 12:24Yusuf | Joseph , 24

    She desired him and he desired her, had it not been that he saw His Lord's manifest evidence; thus We turned evil and lewdness away from him, as one of Our loyal servants.

  • 12:53Yusuf | Joseph , 53

    "I do not make myself free of blame, for the person is inclined to sin, except what my Lord has mercy on. My Lord is Forgiving, Compassionate."

  • 13:22Ar-Ra'd | The Thunder, 22

    Those who are patient seeking their Lord's direction; and they hold the contact prayer, and they spend from what We bestowed upon them secretly and openly, and they counter sin with good; these will have an excellent abode.

  • 16:126An-Nahl | The Bee , 126

    If you penalize, then punish with an equivalent punishment inflicted on you. If you show patience then it is better for the patient ones.

  • 17:23Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 23

    Your Lord decreed that you shall not serve except Him, and do good to your parents. When one of them or both of them reaches old age, do not say to them a word of disrespect nor raise your voice at them, but say to them a kind saying.

  • 17:24Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 24

    Lower for them the wing of humility through mercy, and say, "My Lord, have mercy upon them as they have raised me when I was small."

  • 17:25Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 25

    Your Lord is fully aware of what is in yourselves. If you are good, then He is to those who repent a Forgiver.

  • 17:26Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 26

    Give the relative his due, and the poor, and the wayfarer; and do not waste excessively.

  • 17:27Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 27

    Those who waste excessively are brothers to the devils, and the devil was an unappreciative of his Lord.

  • 17:28Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 28

    If you turn away from them to seek a mercy from your Lord which you desire, then say to them a gentle saying.

  • 17:29Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 29

    Do not make your hand stingy by holding it to your neck, nor shall you make it fully open so you become in despair and regret.

  • 17:30Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 30

    Your Lord lays out openly the provision for whom He wishes, and He is able to do so. He is Ever-aware and Watcher to His servants.

  • 17:31Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 31

    Do not kill your born children out of fear of poverty; We shall provide for you and them. The killing of them was a big mistake.

  • 17:32Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 32

    Do not go near adultery, for it is a sin and an evil path.

  • 17:33Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 33

    Do not kill, for God has made this forbidden, except in the course of justice. Whoever is killed unjustly, then We have given his heir authority. Since he received help let him not transgress in the taking of a life.

  • 17:34Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 34

    Do not go near the orphan's money, except for what is best, until he reaches maturity. Fulfill your oath, for the oath brings responsibility.

  • 17:35Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 35

    Give full measure when you deal, and weigh with a balance that is straight. That is good and better in the end.

  • 17:36Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 36

    Do not uphold what you have no knowledge of. For the hearing, eyesight, and mind, all these are held responsible for that.

  • 17:37Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 37

    Do not walk in the land arrogantly, for you will not penetrate the earth, nor will you reach the mountains in height.

  • 17:38Al-Isra | The Night Journey, 38

    All of this is bad, and disliked by your Lord.

  • 20:43Taha | Ta-Ha, 43

    "Go, both of you, to Pharaoh, for he has transgressed."

  • 20:44Taha | Ta-Ha, 44

    "So say to him soft words, perhaps he will remember or take heed."

  • 20:45Taha | Ta-Ha, 45

    They said, "Our Lord, we fear that he would let loose upon us, or transgress."

  • 20:46Taha | Ta-Ha, 46

    He said, "Do not fear, I am with you, I hear and I see."

  • 20:47Taha | Ta-Ha, 47

    So come to him and say, "We are messengers from your Lord, so send with us the Children of Israel, and do not punish them. We have come to you with a sign from your Lord, and peace be upon those who follow the guidance."

  • 23:96Al-Mu'minun | The Believers, 96

    Repel evil with what is better. We are better aware of what they describe.

  • 26:183ASh-Shu'ara | The Poets, 183

    "Do not defraud the people of their belongings, and do not venture into the land corrupting."

  • 31:17Luqman | Luqman, 17

    "O my son, hold the contact prayer and advocate righteousness and forbid evil, and bear with patience whatever befalls you. These are the most honorable traits."

  • 31:18Luqman | Luqman, 18

    "Do not turn your cheek arrogantly from people, nor shall you roam the earth insolently. For God does not like the arrogant show offs."

  • 31:19Luqman | Luqman, 19

    "Be humble in how you walk and lower your voice. For the harshest of all voices is the donkey's voice."

  • 41:34Fussilat | Explained In Detail, 34

    Not equal are the good and the bad response. You shall resort to the one which is better. Thus, the one who used to be your enemy may become your best friend.

  • 42:40Ash-Shuraa | The Consultation, 40

    The recompense for a crime shall be its equivalence, but whoever forgives and makes right, then his reward is upon God. He does not like the wrongdoers.

  • 45:15Al-jathiyah | The Crouching, 15

    Whoever works good does so for himself, and whoever works evil will suffer it. Then to your Lord you will be returned.

  • 49:7Al-Hujurat | The Rooms, 7

    Know that among you is the messenger of God. If he were to obey you in many things, you would be in difficulty. But God made you love acknowledgement and He adorned it in your hearts; He made you hate denial, wickedness, and disobedience. These are the rightly guided ones.

  • 53:32An-Najm | The Star, 32

    They avoid major sins and lewdness, except for minor offences. Your Lord is with vast forgiveness. He has been fully aware of you since He initiated you from the earth, and while you were fetuses in your mothers' wombs. Therefore, do not acclaim yourselves; He is fully aware of the righteous.

  • 60:8Al-Mumtahanah | She That Is To Be Examined, 8

    God does not forbid you from those who have not fought you because of your system, nor drove you out of your homes, that you deal kindly and equitably with them. For God loves the equitable.

  • 74:5Al-Muddaththir | The Cloaked One, 5

    Abandon all that is vile.

  • 74:6Al-Muddaththir | The Cloaked One, 6

    Do not be greedy.

  • 91:7ASh-Shams | The Sun, 7

    A person and what He made.

  • 91:8ASh-Shams | The Sun, 8

    So He gave it its evil and good.

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