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Assalamualaikum, firstly, i just wanna say that it is very unlikely that this hadith is referring to soft drinks because i have not heard of any scholar who has said that soft drinks are haram and also because there is nothing haram about soft drinks, it could be called bad for health at best . Secondly, this hadith could be referring to the many new types ...


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Asalamualaikum. Now before I say anything I just need to say I'm not an Islamic scholar whatsoever, I'm just a normal Muslim guy. Now that we have clarified that, I would like to answer your question. Since you can't get intoxicated by sugar, it is not haram. I would also assume it isn't haram because fruits such as dates have some sugar alcohol, and we know ...


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There are new arguments by few scholars. Ahadith recall Muhammad performing ablution with nabidh (alcohol). Some argue that alcohols may have been used as medicines, disinfectants or santisiers in his days. Quran mentions that alcohols have both some benefits and side effects (let me return with sura number). Many doctors including Muslims use medicinal ...


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You can find it here: Stream Pdf (page 699)


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Grapes are halal. You should not stick to the literal words, but to the sense: Nobody gets addicted to grapes, but to alcohol, opiates, kat or whatever drug. That's the message from Allah


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