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Do not be so tight-fisted, for you will be blameworthy; nor so open-handed, for you will end up in poverty.
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Surely your Lord gives abundant or limited provisions to whoever He wills. He is certainly All-Aware, All-Seeing of His servants.
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Do not kill your children for fear of poverty. We provide for them and for you. Surely killing them is a heinous sin.
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Do not go near adultery. It is truly a shameful deed and an evil way.
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Do not take a ˹human˺ life—made sacred by Allah—except with ˹legal˺ right.1 If anyone is killed unjustly, We have given their heirs2 the authority, but do not let them exceed limits in retaliation,3 for they are already supported ˹by law˺.
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Do not come near the wealth of the orphan—unless intending to enhance it—until they attain maturity. Honour ˹your˺ pledges, for you will surely be accountable for them.
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Give in full when you measure, and weigh with an even balance. That is fairest and best in the end.
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Do not follow what you have no ˹sure˺ knowledge of. Indeed, all will be called to account for ˹their˺ hearing, sight, and intellect.
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And do not walk on the earth arrogantly. Surely you can neither crack the earth nor stretch to the height of the mountains.
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The violation of any of these ˹commandments˺ is detestable to your Lord.

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