Louis Saidou

  • The religion of morals
  • “You do not find in the Qur’an a verse except that it suggests a strong love of God. In the rules related to moral behavior which it provides, the Qur’an strongly prompts the believers to adhere to virtue. It contains a strong call to interact and care for each others feelings, to have good aims, and to show forgiveness for insults. It also contains a loathing of pride and anger, and indicates that a sin may be committed by even a thought and a look. It also urges to fulfill promises, even with unbelievers, and advices to lower the wing of humility with others. Sufficient are all those sayings which are filled with wisdom and reason to prove the clarity of the moral laws in the Qur’an. It deals with everything.”