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  1. It says on Sayid Sistani's website :2627. If a dead fish about which it is not known whether it was caught from water alive or dead, is bought of a Muslim, it is halal, but if it is bought of a non-Muslim it is haraam even if he claims that he has brought it alive from the water; except when a man feels satisfied that the fish was brought alive from the water or that it died in the net in the water. 2625. If a fish falls out of water or a wave throws it out, or the water recedes and the fish remains on dry ground, if some one catches it with his hand or by some other means before it dies, it will be halal to eat it after it dies. as well as other rulings pertaining to fish that make me think i cannot have frozen fish products, like salmon, fish sticks, etc.,and especially fresh fish on display, seeing as most fish markets where i live are run by non-Muslims. Is this a correct interpretation, or can someone point out if I am missing something. Thanks.
  2. aslam o alikum i want to know that the lobsters and crabes are halal or haram or makroh?
  3. The good news is that it has scales so is halaal to eat!
  4. Salam alykom I posted a question on yahoo answers earlier this week asking non-muslims if they think whether eating omnivore animals like pigs is morally right or not. One response I got was from one person asking the difference between eating fish and pigs if they are both considered omnivores? He claimed that fish are not only omnivores but as well and will eat anything including dead human flesh. Now I am aware that not everything in the sea is halal, and that in order for a fish to be considered halal, it must have scales. However even those that do have scales end up eating worms if you feed them and of course worms are considered najis. So how are we permitted to eat fish if their food is impure? Any ideas on how I can reply to him. Here is a link to the question. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AtMKHwiVec3.y4xKbNs8DkLty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20130202205536AAC1f73 Below is what the guy responded. "When I was a lad, my daddy used to take me fishing. I was asked to take a nasty, slimy earthworm, impale it on a hook and use it to catch a fish. Fish are omnivores, and will eat other fish (cannibalism) and vermin like worms and insects. Some will even eat dead things, including dead human bodies. Fish can carry parasitic tapeworms that can infect people... In my mind, I cannot get over those things and nothing in the world can make me eat fish. So, as a Muslim, do you feel the same way I do towards fish?" fi aman illah
  5. Mysterious Underwater ‘Crop Circles’ Discovered Off the Coast of Japan According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration less than five percentof the world’s oceans have been explored, meaning that 95% of what lies deep underwater on Earth has yet to be seen by human eyes. One person who has dedicated his life to uncovering the mysteries of the deep is Japanese photographer Yoji Ookata who obtained his scuba license at the age of 21 and has since spent the last 50 years exploring and documenting his discoveries off the coast of Japan. Recently while on a dive near Amami Oshima at the southern tip of the country, Ookata spotted something he had never encountered before: rippling geometric sand patterns nearly six feet in diameter almost 80 feet below sea level. He soon returned with colleagues and a television crew from the nature program NHK to document the origins what he dubbed the “mystery circle.” Here is what they found. Using underwater cameras the team discovered the artist is a small puffer fish only a few inches in length that swims tirelessly through the day and night to create these vast organic sculptures using the gesture of a single fin. Through careful observation the team found the circles serve a variety of crucial ecological functions, the most important of which is to attract mates. Apparently the female fish are attracted to the hills and valleys within the sand and traverse them carefully to discover the male fish where the pair eventually lay eggs at the circle’s center, the grooves later acting as a natural buffer to ocean currents that protect the delicate offspring. Scientists also learned that the more ridges contained within the sculpture resulted in a much greater likelihood of the fish pairing. To learn more about the circles check out the full scoop over on Spoon and Tamago, and you can see two high resolution desktop photos courtesy of NHK here. If we’re still making discoveries this significant in 2012, it really makes you wonder what else is down there. Just 95% more to go. http://www.thisiscol...coast-of-japan/
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