How to know Muslims according to Islam

How to know Muslims according to Islam

Well, if you want to know Muslims read the following few lines and if for more then read Islamic books. A Muslim should not be known by meeting and talking to him or her. He or she might be noticed by their religious teachings. Muslims around the world follow Islam not as per the teachings of Islam, instead they behave as human beings. Be aware of Islam then guide the Muslims through their own religion if they’re wrong. Don’t blame Islam if any Muslim does bad or behaves improperly. Know the authentic knowledge of Islam first and then target Muslims. Muslims are also human beings and they too commit major sins so in that way don’t get carried away. How to know Muslims according to Islam.

Truthfulness: How to know Muslims according to Islam  

“O you who believe, keep your duty to Allah and speak straight and true words.” (Holy Qura’n 33:70)

“O you who believe, keep your duty to Allah, and be with the truthful people.” (9:119)

“Maintain justice and bearers of true witness for Allah, even if the truth goes against your own selves or parents or relatives or someone who is rich or poor.” (4:135) 

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“Do your duty to Allah, and by being sincere to Him in obedience.” (39:2) 

“It is most hateful in the sight of Allah that you say things which you do not do.” (61:3) 

“Woe to those who pray but are unmindful of their prayers, who do good to be seen.” (107:4-6) 

Don’t be Selfish: 

“You cannot achieve righteousness unless you spend (in charity) out of those things which you love.” (3:91)

“The true believers give food out of love for Allah to the poor, the orphan and the slave, saying: We feed you only for Allah’s pleasure – we desire from you neither reward nor thanks.” (76:8-9)

“Do no favor for seeking gain.” (74:6)

Humility: How to know Muslims according to Islam

“The servants of the most Beneficent Allah are those who walk on the earth in humility.” (25:63) 

“Do not turn your face away from people in contempt nor go about in the land with bad behavior.” (31:18)

“Do not think of being pure for yourselves. Allah knows best who is righteous.” (53:32)


“Allah loves those who are patient.” (3:145)

“Give good news to the patient, who, when a misfortune befalls them, say: We are Allah’s and to Him do we return.” (2:155-156) 

Forgiveness: How to know Muslims according to Islam

“Forgive people and overlook their faults. Don’t you love that Allah should forgive you?” (24:22) 

“The dutiful are those, who control their anger and forgive people. Allah loves those who do good to others.” (3:134)

“Whenever true believers are angry they forgive.” (42:37)

“The recompense of evil is punishment like it. But whoever forgives an evil committed against himself and amends the matters, his reward is with Allah. Whoever is patient and forgives, then it’s a matter of great resolution.” (42:40, 43)

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) defeated enemies in Makkah and returned to that city as the conqueror, he forgave them in the following words:

“No reproof be against you this day; Allah may forgive you, and He is the most Merciful of those who show mercy.” (12:92). 

Purity and cleanliness:

“He indeed is successful who purifies his mind and body, and remembers the name of his Lord, then prays.” (87:14-15) 

“Purify your garments and shun uncleanness.” (74:4-5) 


“Don’t go near the property of an orphan, except in a good way and till he attains maturity. And fulfill the promise you make. Give full measure when you measure out, and weigh with a true balance.” (17:34-35)

“Do not swallow up your property among yourselves by false means. And never offer it as a bribe so that you may swallow up other people’s property unlawfully while you know.” (2:188)

Goodness and kindness: 

“Allah commands you to uphold justice and to do good to others and to give to the relatives.” (16:90) 

Three aspects of doing good are mentioned here: Justice in returning any good that someone has done you with equal good or better. Do good to others on taking the initiative in doing good to others. And give to the relatives means doing good to people just as one does good to one’s close relatives.

“Do good to others, surely Allah loves those who do good to others.” (2:195)

Consideration and respect:

“O you who believe! do not enter houses other than your own until you have asked permission and greeted the inmates. And if it is said to you, ‘Go back’, then go back.” (24:27-28) 

“O you who believe! avoid suspicion against others for surely suspicion in some cases is sin and do not spy into other people’s affairs. Never let some of you backbite others.” (49:12)

“When you are greeted with a greeting, greet with one better than it, or return it (in the same terms at least).” (4:86) 


When a small number of Muslims facing a big and powerful enemy, the Qura’n relates:

“Those to whom it’s said: People have gathered against you, so fear them; but this increases their faith, and they say: Allah is sufficient for us and He is an excellent Guardian.” (3:173) 


“Eat and drink, but do not be immoderate.” (7:31)

“Do not chain your hand to your neck so that you are mean in spending. Never stretch it out to the utmost limit so that you waste everything.” (17:29) 

Regarding the performance of religious duties, the Holy Prophet has given the following advice:

“Religion is easy, but any one who involves himself too much in religious devotions will get overcome by it. So, you should just act rightly, and keep to the mean, and be of good cheer, and ask for Allah’s help morning, evening, and a part of the night.” (Sahi Bukhari.)

Cheerfulness:  How to know Muslims according to Islam

“Be of good cheer.” (Holy Prophet in Sahi Bukhari). 

“It is an act of charity to meet your fellow with a cheerful face.” (Holy Prophet in Mishkat.) 

Finally, we give a verse of the Holy Quran mentioning a number of qualities a Muslim, man or woman, should try to acquire:

“The truthful men and the truthful women, the patient men and the patient women, the humble men and the humble women, the charitable men and the charitable women, the fasting men and the fasting women, the men who guard their chastity and the women who guard their chastity, the men who remember Allah much and the women who remember Allah much – for all these Allah has prepared forgiveness and a great reward.” (33:35) 

Other Relatives: How to know Muslims according to Islam

“Do good to the near relatives.” (4:36)

“Give to the near relative his due, and also to the needy and to the traveller (in need of help). (17:26).


“Do not kill your children for fear of poverty – We (Allah) provide for them and for you.” (17:31)

“A man came to the Holy Prophet and said, `You kiss children but we do not kiss them’. The Holy Prophet said, `Do I have any control over you if Allah has taken away mercy from your heart’.” (Sahi Bukhari.) 

Orphans and children: 

“Maintain the orphans out of their property and clothe them and give them a good education. Test them when they reach the age of majority, and if you find them to be mature, hand over their property to them.” (4:5-6) 

“I and the man who brings up an orphan will be in paradise like this,” said Prophet Mohammed (PBUH), putting together his forefinger and middle finger. (Sahi Bukhari.)

Poor and needy: How to know Muslims according to Islam

“Righteous is he who . . . gives away wealth out of love for Him to the near of kin and the orphans and the needy and the wayfarer and to those who ask and to set slaves free.” (2:177) 

“What will make you understand what the uphill road (to success) is? (It is) to free a slave, or feed at a time of hunger an orphan who is a relative or the poor man lying in the dust.” (90:11-16) 

“Have you seen him who goes against religion? That is the one who is rough to the orphan and does not urge the feeding of the needy.” (107:1-3)

“The true believers are those in whose wealth there is a known right for the beggar and the destitute.” (70:24-25) 

“The person who manages good things for the widow and the poor is like the one who strives hard in the way of Allah.” (Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) in Sahi Bukhari.)

Finally, there are many good deeds a Muslim needs to perform like different kinds of charities. Islam is simple and keep it simple and don’t devote too much time for worship. Because you might be tired and escape from following it righteously. You might even leave the basics such as offering five time prayers, honesty, good manners and so on.

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