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It is mentioned in four verses that in case of necessity one could eat any of the otherwise haram kinds of flesh or food: He has only forbidden to you dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which has been dedicated to other than Allah . But whoever is forced [by necessity], neither desiring [it] nor transgressing [its limit], there is no sin upon ...


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Yes, in the case that there is no halal food available it is permitted to eat just enough of a haram food as would be required to stay alive. The primary source for this is in the Quran in each of the main verses which declare haram foods which are 2:173, 5:3, 6:145 and 16:115. And also in 6:119 حرمت عليكم الميتة والدم ولحم الخنزير وما أهل لغير الله به ... ...


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I am a little alarmed that you are panicking about "sins" you made as a child! What kind of monster do you think God is? First of all, a sin is only a sin if you intended to make that sin, knowing what you were doing, which can hardly apply to your recent misfortune, least of all when you were a child. Innama al a3malou bin-nyiate : the deeds require ...


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Pork is unclean (najis) and najis is transferred through wetness: A thing (such as your hand, clothes, etc.) becomes najis only when it comes in contact with a najis thing with wetness that can be transferred and that can be felt when touched. -- Maulana Sadiq Hasan (pdf) It's probable that the pork-removed sandwich remains najis, and shouldn't be eaten. ...


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First of all it ought to be paid attention that there can be found many items that Allah made it haram, but there are not complete explanation about all the reasons. Secondly it doesn’t to be considered as the reason as what you pointed out “Were pigs made haram because they were going to be extinct?” Thirdly there would definitely be one or even many ...


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Whether or not he needs to, it won't hurt if he does it anyway. It's just a matter of saying two lines and meaning them in your heart. Tell him to say it anyway, just in case, although this isn't really a matter of "if he doesn't say it he's not a muslim". The best he can do is repent to Allah (SWT), and InShaAllah he will be forgiven.


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Under any circumstances, the answer is the same. The forbiddance of both alcohol and swine is well established in Islam and is not contextual; hence, no specific fatwa is required. Any act that one does to assist oneself or someone else to obtain or consume any such forbidden items is a cooperation on sin and transgression that Allah has commanded us not to ...


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Eating pork is Haram in Islam and helping in a sin is prohibited in the holy Quran: ...وَتَعَاوَنُوا عَلَى الْبِرِّ‌ وَالتَّقْوَىٰ ۖ وَلَا تَعَاوَنُوا عَلَى الْإِثْمِ وَالْعُدْوَانِ ۚ وَاتَّقُوا اللَّهَ ۖ إِنَّ اللَّهَ شَدِيدُ الْعِقَابِ ... And cooperate in righteousness and piety, but do not cooperate in sin and aggression. And fear Allah; ...


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A person who recognizes after eating food (or drink) that he/she has eaten a haram meal, in case there was no likelihood of the food (drink) being harām and there were signs indicating that it was halal, for instance, he/she had received the food from a Muslim person or restaurant, like a person has not committed a sin and he/she is not counted to be sinful. ...


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No, it's not a sin. You had the intention to not eat anything that's deemed haram and made sincere effort (by ordering vegetarian meal believe it contains nothing haram) to not do that. Therefore since it was not because of your carelessness that you had a meal that had a pork/haram ingredient in it, it's not a sin. One of Ali's quotes: Lo, verily ...


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Many people have tried to give reason to Allah subhana wa-ta'ala's decree that pigs are haram. Your scholars claim, though I respect it, doesn't seem to have any basis. The domestication of pigs had been studied. And this study does not appear to mention any population decline at any point actual or that pigs were ever threatened. Pigs are omnivores and ...


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Assalaamu alaikum warehmatullahi wabarkatuhu There are many, innumerable reasons when Allah creates a creature or being every individual has his own purpose to serve. You can simply derive from their habits or behavior is a first step by observing. Note: this is my personal view. Pigs eat garbage correct? One of their purpose could be to eliminate trash ...


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It is haram (forbidden) to eat pork, as pig flesh is considered impure (najasat). Forbidden to you is... the flesh of swine... -- Qur'an 5:3 O Muhammad tell them: I did not find in what has been revealed to me anything forbidden to be eaten by one who wishes to eat it, except the meat of an already dead animal, or running blood or the flesh of swine (pork) ...


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Muslims are not allowed to eat pig (Qur'an 5:3, 6:145, 16:115), and most scholars consider pig impure (see Islam Q&A). There's some other restrictions, such as not wearing pig leather (Islam Q&A), not keeping a pet pig (IslamWeb), and selling pig meat (AskTheSheikh.com). As for saying the word "pig"? That sounds absurdly extreme, since ...


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The disbelievers are commanded to stay away from pork as well, just as they have been commanded by Allah to follow the truth of Islam and all it's rulings. You as a Muslim are meant to guide those who are misguided, not offer them your mistakenly bought pork products. وتعاونوا على البر والتقوى ولا تعاونوا على الإثم والعدوان واتقوا الله إن الله شديد ...


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There is consensus that the entirety of a pig is haram1. أجمعت الأمة على أن الخنزير بجميع أجزائه محرم The ummah is unanimous that all parts of swine are forbidden — Tafsir Razi لا خلاف أن جملة الخنزير محرمة There is no difference of opinion in that the entirety of a swine is forbidden — Tafsir Qurtubi وقوله تعالى : ولحم ...


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No one can know for sure why Allah forbids this and allows this except if He tells us. There is no such explanation by Allah for why pork is forbidden or beef is allowed. As Muslims, we follow the commands of Allah. And Allah knows best. Allah says: It is not for a believing man or a believing woman, when Allah and His Messenger have decided a matter, that ...


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First if a thing or animal is considered as najiss (or -ritually- impure) this means that the thing itself is unclean not anything that derives from it unless we have a clear proof. For example some scholars consider the spittle of a dog unclean based on the famous and well discussed hadith: The purification of the utensil belonging to any one of you, ...


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Don't worry . Real pigs are najis to touch and haram to eat for Muslims, not the toy pig.


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No you can't eat it - you have to be wary of contamination. Plus your Muslim friend isn't very knowledgable at all because the steak wouldn't be halal either! It is VERY important to eat food that is halal and tayyib so I suggest you educate yourself and your friend immediately. This link is a guide for "Muslims in Britain" for Muslims and non Muslims but ...


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Yes you can build mosque there, in case of any such things being found even in a built mosque, we just wash away NAJAS things and its clear. I don't know if it is necessary in this case, that mosque is not yet started to build there. But its even than better to wash that place where such thing was found. Allah Knows Best


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Walaykum Assalam Do not worry, as Allah(swt) forgives all as long as one asks for forgiveness and repents! If he has done so unintentionally without knowing or didn't have the intention of eating it, then it is not a sin and he has no need to worry. If he has done so intentionally, then he must pray for forgiveness and swear that he shall not do such an ...


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Pigs are haram to eat (Qur'an 2:173) and are regarded as unclean (see What things are considered najis in fiqh?). However, a piggy bank is not a pig. Piggy banks could reasonably be regarded as haram due to being a three-dimensional statue of a living being: No doubt making statues of living beings is forbidden according to the consensus of Muslim ...


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In the name of Allah Nothing on you brother. Allah Exalted is He and high above said: Allah does not charge a soul except [with that within] its capacity. It will have [the consequence of] what [good] it has gained, and it will bear [the consequence of] what [evil] it has earned. "Our Lord, do not impose blame upon us if we have forgotten or erred. Our ...


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Pork from pigs are not allowed, even if its slaughtered in a "halal" way, so don't buy them. You should consider going to the doctor and tell him/her that it is Haram if the doctor is muslim as you say. The only way you can buy them is if your life is depending on it, so not just sickness,( because Allah can cure you without vitamins IF you just ask). ...


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Consuming Pork or Serving it to others is Strictly a wrong in ISLAM, Wikipedia Link about Eating Pork on islam And i personally suggest you not to give it to non-muslim who eats it. Because you should give others what you love.


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Eating pork in any shape and any form is prohibited in Islam. It's Haram, and you can't eat it. You should not give it to others too. The best way is to accept it with open arms if you think that he/she will get unhappy, but discard it without letting him/she know about it.


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Blood that is haram and najis is blood that flows out of the arteries when the animal is slaughtered in the halal way, and not any that remains within the flesh. This is based on the verse of the Quran that has specifically prohibited it: لا أجد في ما أوحي إلي محرما على طاعم يطعمه إلا أن يكون ميتة أو دما مسفوحا Say, "I do not find within that ...


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According to Shi'ite Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) if an animal whose meat is permissible to eat is slaughtered Islamically the following applies: If the body is emptied of a normal amount of blood and some blood is left in the body (which is normal when slaughtering an animal) the remaining blood is considered pure. But if less then normal amount of blood ...


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