According to Islam, all the deeds of the one accountable, his sayings and his heart beliefs are not more than the following classifications

According to Islam, all the deeds of the one accountable, his sayings and his heart beliefs are not more than the following classifications Fard or Waji b (Obligatory) Which the lawgiver has enjoined by way of it being compulsory. The one who does it will be rewarded for obeying the command and the one who does not do it deserves to be punished. Example: The five daily prayers. Mustahab (Recommended) Encouraged or recommended is that which is prescribed by the Lawgiver, but not by way of it being obligatory or compulsory. The one who does it will be rewarded for complying, but the one who does not do it will not be punished. Example: Ad- Duha payer. Haram (Prohibited) Prohibited or forbidden is that which the Lawgiver prohibits in the sense that it is obligatory to refrain from doing It The one who refrains from doing that which is prohibited will be rewarded for complying, and the one who does it deserves to be Punished Example: Disobedien e to Parents. Makruh (Disliked) Disliked is that which the Lawgiver disallowed, but not in the sense of it being obligatory to refrain from It The person who refrains from a disliked action will be rewarded for complying, but the one who does it will not be punished Example: Giving and taking with the left Hand. Mubah (Permissible) Permissible is that to which no command or prohibition is connected to the deed Itself Neither reward nor punishment is applicable as long as it remains permissible, but if it becomes a mean to one of the previous four, then it takes their rulings. Example: Eating at night during Ramadan.

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