It is incorrect to assume that every dietary prohibition in Judaism is going to be applicable in Islam as well, rather it is established that Islamic dietary laws are more relaxed:
ويحل لهم الطيبات ويحرم عليهم الخبائث ويضع عنهم إصرهم والأغلال التي كانت عليهم
Makes lawful for them the good things and prohibits for them the evil and relieves them of ...
Of course it is allowed.
Complaining to Allah (respectfully) is a part of dua.
For instance, Musa (AS) and his brother when they were told to go to the Pharoah complained about the danger:
They said, ‘Lord, we fear he will do us great harm or exceed all bounds.’ (20:45)
Allah responds to them and reassures them:
He said, ‘Do not be afraid, I am with ...
Did you try Siam, fasting. One of the main benefits of Siam is learning self restraint (taqwa). If you can conquer hunger and thirst, you can conquer any emotion including sexual desires. You can survive without sexual activity but not without food and water. When really hungry or thirsty the body and mind go into survival mode forcing all other emotions ...
It is allowed to accept gifts from non-Muslims on their festivals.
As for the food, it is allowed to accept and eat the food that has no meat in it and nothing else haram.
'ʻAli may Allaah be pleased with him was given a gift on the Nayrooz festival (Persian festival) and asked, 'What is this?' They replied, 'Oh, Leader of the Believers, today is Nayrooz ...
Committing the act of sodomy is a sin and a crime that is comparable to adultery.
However, just like for Zina, things that lead to this crime are also forbidden. Because Allah says for Zina:
And do not go anywhere near adultery: it is an outrage, and an evil path. (17:32)
The same concept applies (doubly so perhaps) for sodomy.
Furthermore, as Crimson ...