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Al-Salam Alaykum, My name is Ali and I live in Australia and I have four questions regarding the fatwa on eating meat (cow/chicken/lamb/goat) provided in the Australian kitchens, according to Ayatollah Alozma Jannaati: 1. Is it permissible to eat meats (cow/chicken/lamb/goat) from Christian restaurants despite the presence of other numerous halal restaurants close-by? Or is it only strictly permissible to eat when no halal food is present? 2. Despite the fact that most people that live in Australia are Christians, not all restaurants owned by Australians are Chris
Alsalamu Alaykum In Islamic jurisprudence, haram is used to refer to any act that is forbidden by Allah, and is one of five Islamic commandments (الأحكام الخمسة (al-ahkam al-khamsah)) that define the morality of human action. Something forbidden is what Islam has prohibited and has forbidden being done absolutely. Acts that are haram are typically prohibited in the religious texts of the Quran and the Sunnah. The most remarkable reason to forbid something in Islam refers to its considerable harm, no matter is physical, mental, economical, social and so on. For example: gambling lead
salaam, i am having a problem these days it seems as tho the people very close to me (as in family that i live with, friends).. all listen to music and i dont, i dont want to seem rude and say "hey turn that off it is harram" and i dont anyone getting mad at me.. so during car rides and more when music is playing i just keep sayin astagfurallah the whole time until i am away from any music that is on.. what should i do i feel as though im getting the bad deeds for just being there while its playing... hope you understand what im trying to say!!! shukran!
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