Don't talk loudly and do not walk arrogantly.
Don't stay long when visiting a sick person, give him or her to rest.
One should smell good when he comes to the mosque .
Those who ate garlic or onion should not come to the mosque, so as not
to disturb the others by any unfavorable smell or act (e.g. burping)
Be helpful and give space others in crowded and congregation areas
where finding a free space is difficult.
Call others with the names and nicknames they like.
Put your hand on mouth when yawning and bless others when they sneeze.
When talking to others , one should use the best and the most
acceptable words to them so as they like it. The good word is alms
(charity) in Islam.
Talk kindly to your parents and don't shout at their face, never say
bad word even "uff or fie" (the smallest negative word in Arabic).
Children should always knock on the door and seek permission to enter,
before going into their parents' room at certain times during the day.
If you are serving water to others, you are the last one to drink (a
If you are invited for a dinner or a banquet, eat from the closer pots
to you and don't annoy the others.
Don't breath in a cup of water while drinking from it.
Lower your gaze, don't stare at women or at passing people.