The Surah Al-Ma’ida, opens with a discussion of dietary laws, pilgrimage, marriage, and criminal punishment for certain crimes. These provide a spiritual framework for laws and practices that were enacted during the early years of the Islamic community in Madinah.
Surah Al Maida Ayahs 1 to 81
- [5:1] It is important for believers to fulfill all their convenants and obligations sent by Allah.
- [5:2] Do not change to halal what Allah has fixed as haraam, be it regarding acts of worship or actions of daily life.
- [5:2] Help and encourage each other in righteous deeds but never cooperate with anyone in sins like lying, stealing, cheating, adultery and other haram acts.
- [5:3] Have knowledge about food that is Haram (prohibited) for you: dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which has been dedicated to other than Allah , and [those animals] killed by strangling or by a…
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