From the people are those who preoccupy themselves with the faults of others, and forget their own faults.
It is not befitting for the seeker [of good] to neglect the nights and days of virtue.
A man came to Ahmad ibn Hanbal with 10,000 [deenaars] of profit from his trade, and he refused [to take] it.
Is it permissible for a merchant to earn more than 10% profit on [the sale of his] goods?
A man asked another to sell something [on his behalf], and the price of this object is for example 3 deenaars. And this person sells it for 4 deenaars, and keeps for himself the difference.
What is the Islaamic ruling regarding farming tobacco and the money earned by the farmers from selling it?
What is the ruling about trading in cigarettes and the like. Is it permissible to give in charity and perform Hajj or [other] noble acts using the profits of this trade?