Commanding what is just

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This article is about the Shia doctrine. For the Qur'anic term, see Enjoin what is good and forbid what is wrong.

Commanding the just (Arabic: امر بالمعروفAmr bi l-Ma‘rūf) is a part of Shia Islam's Branches of Religion. It refers to encouraging people to do the necessary good in life even when they have forgotten to do so. For example, when they have forgotten salat.

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The doctrine is derived from the Qur'anic Enjoin what is good and forbid what is wrong.

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