1. This Surah starts its first edict by raising a point with respect to having control and request, while within the sight of Allah (Celebrated and Magnified is He) and the Dispatcher (gifts of Allah arrive and his descendants). The importance of this train and request is that the Muslims must take in the precepts and enactments (of the religion) from Allah (Celebrated and Lifted up is He) and must not give their own inward wants and impulses a chance to lead them to defining laws and controls. 2. The general population who have genuine confidence are told and ordered how they should address their pioneers. 3. The general population who have genuine confidence are likewise directed that when they are given news or declaration about someone else from one who submits sins in the open, is known for his fiendish behavior or isn’t frightened of his transgressions (against the laws of Allah, Celebrated and Magnified is He), that they should not acknowledge such a declaration from him and must avoid all types of bits of gossip and talk. 4. The general contemplations and suppositions of the general population have positively no esteem when contrasted with the requests and mandates of the reliable Prophet (favors of Allah arrive and his offspring). 5. Every last individual has a moral inner voice. 6. It is officeholder upon each Muslim that he takes a stab settled, and to accomplish this objective he should resist the oppressors so he would have the capacity to maintain reality and keep up the privileges of the mistreated. 7. All Muslims are siblings (and sisters) of and equivalent to each other and it is officeholder that they all undertaking to guarantee that peace and joy are built up among themselves. 8. A Muslim does not have the privilege to ridicule another Muslim. 9. It is taboo to discover or pick blames in other individuals as per the lessons of Islam. 10. A genuine adherent does not have the privilege to call his sibling in confidence by an epithet or terrible name.