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Islamic ethics are discussed in this study from a definitional and academic standpoint. It emphasizes the necessity for Islamic ethics to be systematically relevant to modern situations, which calls for the growth of Islamic ethics as a full discipline capable of handling all obstacles, including conceptual, practical, normative, and applicative ones. According to the researcher, a proper ethics definition should cover habits, character traits, and morally significant conduct. Islamic ethics should effectively handle metaethical, normative, and practical aspects of the topic as a field of study of utmost practical importance. Islamic jurisprudence gives the finest available technique for the field to meet the needs of normativity and application, whereas Islamic ethics is drawn from revealed knowledge. The researcher contends that reducing Islamic ethics to virtue ethics is unreasonable because a detailed examination of the subject's sources would show that Islamic ethics is an integrated area that includes virtue ethics, categorical imperative theory, commission ethics, etc. The Qur'an, in particular, offers ethical insights that should guide Muslim communities' social reformers. This paper defines Islamic ethics using the Qur'an. It then examines the major issues in Islamic nations and their ethical underpinnings to emphasize Islamic ethics as a solution. This interdisciplinary qualitative study uses Qur'an thematic commentary and remedy approaches, merging sociology and ethics.