Hazrat Noah’s (A.S) Laws

I love to ready about other religions. So I was just searching random things and then I got a window in facebook about “Sephardi Chief Rabbi Says non-Jews Forbidden From Living in the Land of Israel“. Then from there I read about it so after it, I really wanted to share it with you people. Previously, I also once shared a Kashrut Dietary Law with you people and it was also related to Jews. It makes me so exciting after reading about different faiths and religions. So let’s start this.

First of all, I would like to share these seven laws in Urdu for a quick synopsis of what it is all about.


According to Jewish 5 books of Moses (Hazrat Moosa AS), these laws are mentioned in Book Of Genesis. Judaism says that any non Jews living in the land of Israel should follow these rules in order to stay here. It could be like in Muslims Countries, the sharia states that non Muslims should pay Jizya so that Muslim rulers could protect them and their rights. God Knows Best. When you read the below laws, you will realize that these laws are for humanity and could be the best practice in order to keep peace in the society.


1- Do not deny God

Acknowledge that there is only one G‑d who is Infinite and Supreme above all things. Do not replace that Supreme Being with finite idols, be it yourself, or other beings. This command includes such acts as prayer, study and meditation.

2- Do not blaspheme God

Respect the Creator. As frustrated and angry as you may be, do not vent it by cursing your Maker.

3- Do not murder

Respect human life. Every human being is an entire world. To save a life is to save that entire world. To destroy a life is to destroy an entire world. To help others live is a corollary of this principle.

4- Do not engage in illicit sexual relations

Respect the institution of marriage. Marriage is a most Divine act. The marriage of a man and a woman is a reflection of the oneness of G‑d and His creation. Disloyalty in marriage is an assault on that oneness.

5- Do not steal

Respect the rights and property of others. Be honest in all your business dealings. By relying on G‑d rather than on our own conniving, we express our trust in Him as the Provider of Life.

6- Do not eat of a live animal

Respect G‑d’s creatures. At first, Man was forbidden to consume meat. After the Great Flood, he was permitted – but with a warning: Do not cause unnecessary suffering to any creature.

7- Establish courts/legal system to ensure obedience to the law

Maintain justice. Justice is G‑d’s business, but we are given the charge to lay down necessary laws and enforce them whenever we can. When we right the wrongs of society, we are acting as partners in the act of sustaining the creation.

If you like my blog posts, please do share it with the world just to share the knowledge. Humanity is the biggest religion that can be found everywhere. Hatred is not acceptable in any religion. If your religion says to hate somebody, you should probably change your religion.

Content Sources:

  • Haaretz
  • Chabad.org
  • Wikipedia

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