And after we determined that living in the lands of non-Muslims does not abrogate any rulings of Islamic Law, we mention the following:
1- The necessity of avoiding prohibitions in all their forms, except in cases of absolute necessity, which should be properly estimated.
2- Cherishing religion and the ordinances it came with and the fact that a Muslim is the most sublime with the values, ideas, and methods he has, with the behavior compatible with his faith, and with avoiding cherishing this world and its joys, since it is nothing but vanity in the Hereafter.
And after we determined the permissibility of being benign to non-Muslims who are peaceful towards us, we remind of the following points:
1- Preserving the Islamic personality from melting in the big ocean .
2- Being keen on maintaining psychological barriers towards non-Muslims and their beliefs.
3- Not being satisfied with their association of partners to Allah and their wrong doings. The least degree of changing maleficence is to deny it with one's heart, less than which there is no trace of belief. A Muslim should realize that good manners towards non-Muslims do not mean prohibited loyalty, and the value of man is determined by the value of his creed.
And Praise be to the Lord of the worlds.