The truthful person [is one who] restricts his speech, food, sleep, and mixing with others [to only that which is necessary]…
By Allaah, we would never lie, and nor did we know what lying was.
It is not befitting to lie for real or as a joke, and nor for any of you to promise your child something, and then not to fulfil [your promise] to him.
If I am asked about something I know about, and I don’t want to disclose it, will I be sinful if I said “I don’t know”?
When a man wants to rectify matters between two disputing parties, is he allowed to lie and swear an oath in the name of Allaah, bearing in mind his intention is only to make islaah – so is this permissible?
I had a disagreement with a man, and we took the matter to court where he was asked to swear an oath [that he was telling the truth], but [in actual fact] he was lying. So what is the recompense for someone who swears an oath upon the Qur.aan based upon a lie?
In the presence of my friends, sisters and teachers, I swear an oath based on a lie, whilst [at the same time] in my heart I seek forgiveness from Allaah by oft-repeating al-istighfaar – without anyone knowing about it; am I still sinful for doing so?
If someone swore an oath on a matter – knowing it to be a lie, and afterwards he said “I seek forgiveness from Allaah, and repent unto Him” – what is the ruling regarding that? And is he required to expiate [for that sin]?
May Allaah have mercy upon whoever indicates to me a mistake or defect of mine; for certainly, from that which is easy for me – by the Permission of Allaah – is to retract my mistakes once the error has been pointed out to me.