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Drinking of Cold drinks/ fuzzy drinks ( coke, sprite etc) in Islam [duplicate]

As we know, alcohol is HARAAM in Islam. Their is no permission to drink at least 0.1% of alcohol because it is totally Haram and forbidden in Islam. But during manufacturing of cold drinks or fuzzy ...
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Alcohol in perfumes?

I've viewed a few websites in search of an answer to whether alcohol is permitted in perfumes, trying to answer my friend's question. However, I can't find a definitive answer to this question; some ...
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Can non-alcoholic beer or wine not be haram?

Wine has a few healthy anti-oxidants and I just like the taste of beer. If we can distill all the alcohol out, is it still haram? If not haram, would it be makruh?
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At what alcohol percentage is a volume of alcoholic seasoning/condiment considered haram?

This question is more specifically aimed at condiments that may have small percentages of alcohol (<1% alcohol) such as soy sauce and some types of mirin. An example of mirin STYLE seasoning that ...
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Is it halal to eat food that contain alcohol as one of its ingredients?

I know that this kind of question has been asked multiple times on this site and you can probably find them on Google as well, but one thing that is still unclear to me is regarding alcohol that was ...
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Is Marmite Halal/Haram?

Marmite is made from leftover brewers yeast, it is popular in South Africa, Australia, etc. Marmite is made from yeast extract, a by-product of beer brewing. (Wikipedia) So would it be considered ...
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If wine was used in a marinara sauce recipe, is this considered haram?

If wine was used in a marinara sauce recipe, where it was essentially boiled off over a 5 hour period, is this still considered haram? How about beer-battered fish? You couldn't eat enough of these ...
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Is this hadith authentic? “Alcohol itself is prohibited and intoxication in every other beverage.”

I saw this hadith quoted by Mufti Ebrahim Desai in an AskImam.com fatwa 6408: Furthermore, Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Álayhi Wasallam) said, 'Alcohol itself is prohibited and intoxication in every ...
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What does not being “obstinate in religious matters” mean in everyday life?

Islam Q&A (article 88206) writes about Muslims eating kosher meat, quoting Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymeen: It is not essential to ask about that which was slaughtered by a Muslim or a kitaabi, and how ...