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Hadith in Sahih Muslim 564c states: "Jabir b. 'Abdullah reported the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) saying: He who eats of this (offensive) plant, i. e garlic, and sometimes he said: He who eats onion and garlic and leek, should not approach our mosque for the angels are harmed by the same things as the children of Adam." With regard to the validity of ...


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It all depends on whether the products that you are promoting are Haram or Halal. You also have to clarify if it has halal ingredients or not. And yes you can surely earn a commission out of it too until to don't lie or hide anything from the customers.


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If the contents is halal, you can promote it. Diet seems to become almost a religion for some people but it isn't. Muslims can make a diet, too.


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Angels are made of light “ noor” they are created only to obey Allahs commends. They have no free will. They don’t eat , sleep or have any human functions . They only submit to Allahs will. Jinn are made of smokeless fire and they have free will like humans . They also have religions and they live like human beings but in different dimension. They are good ...


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Just to answer your question shortly; what I do whenever I'm in such a situation I just ask them whether it is Halal food or not. If they don't know about the Haram & Halal concept, I simply ask them what is in the food. That's it.


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Yes , in order to make a living for yourself you can serve pork. As long as your not serving to your own children and feeding them . As minors they are your accountability . Yourself eating is also something you will be held accountable for. Serving to Muslims under deceiving circumstances will be something wrong. If you are serving to people (non Muslim ) ...


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What you are asking for seems not permissible according to the fatwas I've consulted. However eating with non-Muslims is permissible as is stated in this fatwa: The scholars of the Standing Committee were asked: What is the ruling on eating, drinking, sitting with and interacting with a disbeliever? Does it put one beyond the pale of Islam? They replied: ...


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Just like you can not eat haram food, you also can not buy it. Allah and His Apostle made illegal the trade of alcohol, dead animals, pigs and idols. https://sunnah.com/bukhari:2236


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