It is not befitting for the one who understands the Qur.aan and what it contains of halaal and haraam, and thereby act accordingly, to…
A man is not [considered to be] from amongst the muttaqoon [الْمُتّقُوْن] until he takes himself to account [to a degree] more than taking his partner to account…
A man fasts from that which is halaal and good, and breaks his fast with that which is haraam and bad; the flesh of his brother.
I advise you not to visit the rulers, and watch what you eat, [so you are certain] it is not haraam.
Is there a difference between the saying of the scholars ‘this is prohibited ( حرام )’ or ‘this is not permissible’ ( لا يجوز )?
If I was offered money [intended] to assist me, and I am aware that its source is haraam, would it be permissible for me to take it?
I have not seen a man more knowledgeable about [matters of] halaal and haraam than Sufyaan ath-Thowree.
And the one whose knowledge most encompassed all of these matters was Sa’eed ibn Jubayr.
After [the knowledge of] halaal and haraam, I do not know of any knowledge more noble than [the knowledge of] medicine, particularly since the people of the Book are better versed than us in it.
From the [noble] merits of al-Hakam ibn ‘Abdir-Rahmaan ibn Muhammad was that he exerted great efforts in his kingdom to abolish alcohol.