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The Sharia of Muhammad in the KORAN
Conduct 14 - Fiduciary (amaanaat)
Sura al-Baqara 2:60 (Malik) - Amanat (Fiduciary)
2:60 And when Moses asked drink for his people, we said, strike the rock with thy rod; and there gushed thereout twelve fountains [according to the number of the tribes], and all men knew their [respective] drinking-place. Eat and drink of the bounty of God, and commit not evil in the earth, acting unjustly.
Sura al-Baqara 2:283 (Hanf+Shaf+Hanb) - Shahada (Confession)
Sura al-Baqara 2:283 (Hanf+Malik+Hanb) - Tijara (Trade)
Sura al-Baqara 2:283 (Hanf+Malik+Hanb) - Amanat (Fiduciary)
Sura al-Baqara 2:283 (Hanf+Malik) - Qurud (Mortgaging)
2:283 And if ye be on a journey, and find no writer, [let] pledges be taken: But if one of you trust the other, let him who is trusted return what he is trusted with, and fear God his Lord. And conceal not the testimony, for he who concealeth it, hath surely a wicked heart: God knoweth that which ye do.
Sura Al Imran 3:65 (Malik) - Amanat (Fiduciary)
3:65 O ye to whom the scriptures have been given, why do ye dispute concerning Abraham, since the law and the gospel were not sent down until after him? Do ye not therefore understand?
Sura al-Nisa' 4:58 (Hanf+Malik+Shaf+Hanb) - Amanat (Fiduciary)
4:58 Moreover God commandeth you to restore what ye are trusted with, to the owners; and when ye judge between men, that ye judge according to equity: And surely an excellent [virtue it is] to which God exhorteth you; for God [both] heareth and seeth.
Sura al-Mu'minun 23:8 (Shaf) - Amanat (Fiduciary)
23:8 And who acquit themselves faithfully of their trust, and [justly perform] their covenant;
Sura al-Ahzab 33:72 (Hanf+Shaf+Hanb) - Amanat (Fiduciary)
33:72 We proposed the faith unto the heavens, and the earth, and the mountains: And they refused to undertake the same, and were afraid thereof; but man undertook it: Verily he was unjust [to himself], and foolish: