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Is it possible for food to be both jhatka and halal?

Wikipedia says: In the Shechita and Halal method, the animal is slaughtered by one swift, uninterrupted cut severing the trachea, esophagus, carotid arteries, jugular veins, and vagus nerves, ...
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Why do Muslims believe in prophets after Malachi?

I already have studied the Torah (Old Testament) and I'm now studying the New Testament and The Holy Quran. I have a question regarding prophets. How come Muslims believe in prophets after Malachi ...
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What is fundamentally unique about Islam?

What, if anything, is fundamentally unique about Islam? Obviously there are different stories, texts, and traditions associated with Islam than with other religions. But if we cut away all the fluff ...
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is it Halal to take a part payment from Agent fees

Salam, i am an employee of a company who pay me a salary for doing logistics in which i need to clear trucks from the border.. I agree with an agent to clear the company trucks for $550 and i tell ...
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Is converting to Islam easier than Judaism? [closed]

My friend says converting to Islam is much easier than Judaism because they say conversion to Judaism is tough and some rabbis test your faith by rejecting you 3 or more times. This confuses me.
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Are there Islamic writings similar to a Christian catechism?

For major Christian faiths, catechisms maintained by religious authorities are relatively concise summaries of their doctrine. (One example, from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, can be found here....
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Does Islam teach that what a man says will manifest into reality?

In Christianity they have what is called the "gift of prophecy", and in this gift, a man can say a saying and God will turn into what the man said. Does Islam teach it in its doctrine?
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Why are they called sects in Islam and not denominations?

I understand that Islam has different ideologies and ways of interpreting the Qur'an, and those people with like views will stay together and call themselves a group. Though I wonder, why is each ...
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Do Jews Worship Ezra As The Son Of God [closed]

Do Jews worship Erza as the son of God, It says in the Qur'an, verse 9:30 they do but I spoke with a Jew, and he told me they don't worship Ezra as the son of God.
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Are Zoroastrians Mentioned As One Of The People Of The Book In The Quran

Are Zoroastrians listed in the Quran as one of the People-of-the-Book alongside Jews and Christians
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Knowing and not believing regarding the Holy Quran

I'm sorry for the lack of imagination regarding the title of this question but it sums up pretty much the main idea. I would like to know if there is an event (or many events) on which it could be ...
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Does Islam believe in the revelation at Sinai

Does Islam believe in the revelation at Sinai according to the Bible?