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Is a muslim fair if he:

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  • This particular Muslim you describe first isn't fair secondly doesn't act as a good Muslim. If this is how a person understood the teaching of Islam then this person needs to correct some misunderstandings.
    – Medi1Saif
    Jul 25 at 7:00

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I'm not sure if there are any verses in quran or hadith which promotes those points.

Giving respect is a very subjective concept, younger people can disagree with older people if older people are doing something or saying something which is fundamentally wrong to humanity. Disagreeing is considered as not showing respect by most elders, which I feel is wrong. We can respect & still disagree.

Your other two points clearly seems showing partiality. Not sure it's acceptable in islam.

But please share references if you find anything which promotes any of those things in islam.

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  • I added a hadith for the first point
    – AZeed
    Jul 25 at 20:33
  • @AZeed the hadith you've added first is regarded as weak secondly doesn't support your claim as it shows the contrary. The point is that in the translation only one part of the Arabic term Waqaar وقار was used: respect.
    – Sassir
    Jul 27 at 0:31

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