Today we talk about the sins in Islam that cannot be forgiven, and seven biggest sins in Islam can never be forgiven no matter how much you pray.
So, before we dive into the topic, here is the summary of today’s discussion.
What are the 7 biggest sins in Islam?
- Wrongfully accusing an innocent woman.
- Leaving the battlefield.
- Eating the property of Orphan.
- Consuming interest.
- Killing a person.
These are the details of 7 biggest sins in Islam and its authentication from the Holy Quran;
1. Polytheism (Shirk)
Polytheism or shirk refers to a partner to Allah (SWT) in worship, Leadership, or His attributes or name. It also appears among one of the destructive sins, as told by Allah SWT in the Holy Quran;
2. Sihr (Magic)
The second destructive and major sin is to practice magic which is strictly prohibited in Islam. It is also known as Sihr, an Islamic term. It sets on everything the reason for which is hidden and everything that can be imagined by saying or comparing that takes place as hypocrisy.
A verse from the Holy Qur’an clearly states that the magician only deceives the eye of the person and makes them think that they followed a real trick yet, it is only an illusion. Therefore, magic, including all its types and forms, is major sins.
Allah SWT says in the Holy Quran;
3. Unjustly killing a person
Murdering someone or taking someone’s life unjustly is a major sin, as it enhances violence, chaos, and disorder in society. Islam, the divine religion, maintains the blood of the Muslims and secures the societies from such chaos and violence. Islam denies us from shedding the blood of innocent people.
In the Noble Quran, Allah SWT says;
4. Having Riba
Riba is a term for an increase in specific forms of wealth and items. It appears among the major sins as Allah, and His messenger, Prophet (PBUH), stated it among the highly destructive sins. In Quran, it is said;
5. Consumption of the Orphan’s wealth
Our religion intensely cared for the wealth and property of the orphans. It allocated him, a person, to be his guardian, who would be held responsible for crying for him, educating him, and taking care of his wealth or property. Taking the wealth of an orphan with injustice is unlawful and forbidden in the sight of Allah (SWT).
6. Running away from the battlefield
The consecutive destructive sin is to flee away from the battlefield during a war. Allah (SWT) and the beloved Prophet (PBUH) have strictly warned people who escape from war and threatened them with Hellfire. Allah SWT said in the Holy Quran;
7. Accusing Adultery on a women
People who accuse pure women unjustly of committing adultery and illegal intercourse are cursed in the world and hereafter and deserve serious punishment. In the Quran, it is mentioned;