Moral values in Islam aim to determine human activity in a Muslim society, and to promote and control their behavior to the benefit of the whole society and its individuals, and to bring for all individuals a good conclusion in the other life. It aims to integrate human attributes, behavior, activity that aims to prepare followers of the Almighty Allah, whom Islam described them and clarified the path of goodness for them. Moral values in Islam then, whether they are individual such as sincerity, patience, charity love, soul combating, or common such as self-feeling, obligation, and call for Islam, are meant to bring individual and society benefit and protect human benefit. From this point, we determine the main foundations of Islamic value theory as to the following objective: the most common foundations of Muslim life are that human should seek to attainment of the Oneness of Almighty Allah, which is a strict respond to all that human thinking about the continent, life, and life, life before and the after him, and that is what humans should use to seek true worship of the Almighty Allah. This is the system revealed by the Quran and Hadith. The system of value in Islam seeks to prepare the individual for a strong building, who seek to achieve the Say of Allah, Praise the Lord, this is a portrays that differs from the portrayal of the good citizen in other contemporary systems. The good person in human systems could seek to build his self-society on the other societies be balancing as Islamic value system is built on balance as the principle of everything. For all this, Islam seeks to integrate all life aspects materialistic or spiritual, and seek to build individual objective along with the society aims and call for all to integrate words with deeds, and to balance between human needs in this life and his wishes in the other life.
The better values a Muslim incorporates into his character, a better and practicing Muslim he becomes and it is on the basis of this moralist practice of Islam that he will be among the blessed ones, both in this world and in the world hereafter.
Islamic moral values would be Holy Quran and Prophetic Hadith, and this means that values should be absolute and stable. From the individual side, it assists them to feel security, stability, and safety, to determine their identity, and group belongingness and their acceptance of values and beliefs that religion regulates. From the side of society, it helps in regulating emotions and their sustainability, and this is one of the pillars of community continuity and sustainability. In short, a Muslim has to work upon his moral character. Thus, the better values a Muslim incorporates into his character, a better and practicing Muslim he becomes and it is on the basis of this moralist practice of Islam that he will be among the blessed ones, both in this world and in the world hereafter.