God, the Unique One

Say: “He, God, the Unique One of Absolute Unity Ikhlas 1.

Prosperous indeed are the believers.

Prosperous indeed are the believers.They are in their Prayer humble and fully submissive (being overwhelmed by the awe and majesty of God).They always turn away from and avoid whatever is vain and frivolous. They are in a constant effort to give alms and purify their own selves and wealth.They strictly guard their private parts, and their chastity and modesty. Al-Mu’minun (The Believers) 1-5

Brotherhood in Islam

Allah says: "The believers are but brothers, so make peace between your brothers; and keep from disobedience to God in reverence for Him and piety (particularly in your duties toward one another as brothers), so that you may be shown mercy (granted a good, virtuous life in the world as individuals and as a community, and eternal happiness in the Hereafter)". Hujurat 10

Do not spy nor backbite against one other!

O you who believe! Avoid much suspicion, for some suspicion is a grave sin (liable to God’s punishment); and do not spy (on one another), nor backbite (against one another). Would any of you love to eat the flesh of his dead brother? You would abhor it! Keep from disobedience to God in reverence for Him and piety. Surely God is One Who truly returns repentance with liberal forgiveness and additional reward, All-Compassionate (particularly towards His believing servants).

The (true) servants of the All-Merciful

61. Blessed and Supreme is He Who has set in the sky great constellations, and placed in it a (great, radiant) lamp15 and a shining moon. 62. It is He Who has appointed the night and the day to succeed one another, providing a sign for whoever desires to reflect and so be mindful, or desires to be thankful. 63. The (true) servants of the All-Merciful are they who move on the earth gently and humbly, and when the ignorant, foolish ones address them (with insolence or vulgarity as befits their ignorance and foolishness), they response with (words of) peace, (without engaging in hostility with them); 64. And (those true servants of the All-Merciful are they) who spend (some of) the night (in worship) prostrating before their Lord and standing; 65. And who entreat (whether after the Prayers or at other times): “Our Lord! Ward off from us the punishment of Hell; its punishment is surely constant anguish: 66. “How evil indeed it is as a final station and permanent abode!”; "Al Furqan" 
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