RasulAllah sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam said: "fear [committing] injustice, oppression. because injustice will lead to [or inflict] darkness on the day of judgement. fear greed; for greed destroyed those who came before you - greed incited them to kill one another and convert the forbidden into lawful. ==== RasulAllah sallALlahu alayhi wa sallam said: "oppression, injustice, tyranny [will result in] darkness on the day of judgement. ====== RasulAllah sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam said: "beware of oppression. for indeed, oppression is darkness on the day of judgement. beware of profanity, indecency; for indeed, Allah ta'ala does not like a profane, indecent person. beware of greed, for greed incited those [nations] who were before you to shed blood and to [unjustly] change the forbidden to lawful." ==== RasulAllah sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam said: "whoever has trespassed the rights of his brother - whether because of impinging on his honour or something else, then let him hasten to have them forgiven before that day when neither gold nor silver will avail him. if he has any good deeds, those will be taken as compensation for his injustice; if he does not have any good deeds, the bad deeds of the person will be taken [from the victim] and laden on the [unjust]. there are many hadith one can learn from this incident. on how one should not look down upon a fellow-muslim. "a muslim is another muslim's brother. he does not oppress him, nor disdains him, nor humiliates him". and the hadith: "it is enough evil for a man to bear contempt for his brother muslim; the rights of one muslim are forbidden to trample upon by another muslim - whether in his blood, his property or his honour." [literal: it is enough evil for a man to disdain his brother muslim. a muslim is forbidden to be unjust with another muslim's blood or property or honour] === nas'alu Allah al-aafiyah.