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Question no 1:
Surah Al-Hujraat presents a clear and beautiful picture of moral rules. It gives central doctrines and important values for laying the foundations of an idea society, which if followed properly, mutual respect, love and harmony will construct in Muslim ummah and we can live perfect and peaceful life.
You have to describe ten moral principles from surah Al-Hujraat.
Answer:
. Witticism in the interpretation of the verses.
2. Reconciliation between two groups of Muslim.
3. Aws and Khazraj fight over urination of an ass.
4. The war of Haider was a bounty for Iran.
5. Constitutional riots, tyranny and secret news foretold by Ali.
6. A pious person with power can make reform.
7. Brotherhood and equality between believers.
8. Fulfilling the need of a believer.
9. Blessings lifted up due to corruption.
10. This Surat was revealed in Makah not Madina.
Question no2:
In which condition we can disobey parents. Describe just single condition with reference of one hadith to support your answer.
Answer:
The sixth Greater Sin is to be disobedient to one’s parents as expressly mentioned in the traditions from the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and the Pure Imams (A.S). These have already been quoted in the first chapter. A tradition of the Prophet (PBUH) says that the greatest sins are Shirk and to be disobedient to one’s parents. The seriousness of disobedience to parents as a Greater sin can be gauged from the fact that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) has mentioned it along with Shirk which is the greatest of all Greater sins, and unforgiveable. “Āq” is a sin, the punishment of which is promised in the Qur’an and the traditions.
The Holy Prophet (PBUH) also said.
“One who displeases the parents, (it is as if) he has displeased Allah. One who angers both his parents (it is as if) he has angered Allah.”

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