• Not worshiping other than Allah (S.W.T) who is One.
  • Not using the Name of Allah as a cover or excuse to do evil.
  • Not discriminating in the use of mosques.
  • Not ignoring the guidance of Muhammad (S.A.W).
  • Not to live to eat.
  • Not to waste surpluses.
  • Not to employ resources in a way that will enable one usurp others.
  • Not to be envious of Allah’s blessings on others.
  • Not to partake in an unfair transaction for the expansion of wealth.
  • Not to betray material trust by taking advantage of a party’s weakness.
  • Not reverting the Law of Allah nor adopt extreme¬† positions.
  • Not to engage in unlawful sexual relations.
  • Not to check the expansion of the vanguard of Islam.
  • Not to be intimate with those who deny Allah and His Apostle.
  • Not to interfere with Allah’s standard by asking Him to forgive those who deny Him.
  • Not to heed the invitations and temptations of those who have no faith.
  • Not to presume and suspect anybody, spy or backbite.
  • Not to embarrass or ridicule others.
  • Not to take intoxicants, gamble or partake in games of chance.
  • To be wary of Satan.

Details of each of these and more (with relevant references from the Qur’an) are contained in the Volume two (2) of our publications: The Orientation of a Muslim.