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A Muslim is indeed distinctive in his faith and identity. The outlook of a believer is unique and attuned to the beautiful teachings of Islam. Hence, it is not becoming of a Muslim to imitate the ways and mannerisms of others.

It is prohibited to attend the funeral service, prayer or procession of a non-Muslim. This is an explicit command of the Noble Quran.

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Allah Ta'ala says in the Noble Qur'an: “O Children of Adam! We have bestowed you with clothing to cover yourselves and as an adornment, but the clothing of piety – that is the best. That is from the signs of Allah that perhaps they will become conscious. (Surah A'raaf V.26)

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The 9th day of Zul Hijjah is known as Youmul Arafah (The Day of Recognition) for various reasons. It is regarded to be the best day of the year and one in which many virtues are combined.

A Muslim must be mindful of those around him and avoid causing even the slightest inconvenience to anyone. A common problem experienced in Ramadan is excessive burping in Salah, especially in Taraweeh. The odour that emanates from the mouth causes inconvenience and is offensive to other Musallees.

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In Islam the heirs to a deceased estate and their respective shares have been prescribed by the Shariah. It is an act of great injustice to deprive an heir of his/her rightful share unless the reason for depriving him/her is established in the Shariah e.g. disbelief, killing of the deceased, etc.

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