Dietary Rules in Islam (Halal Food)

Halal food Islamic jurisprudence indicates which foods are Halal (legal) and which are Haram (forbidden). This comes from the precepts of the Qur'an, the holy book of Islam, as well as from hadiths and Sunnis that catalog what the Prophet Muhammad said and did. The extension of these rules is described in fatwas and mujtahids with varying degrees of rigor, but they are not always widely accepted as authoritative. According to the Qur'an, the only foods that are explicitly forbidden are the meat of animals that have died alone, blood, pork, and any food dedicated to another deity. However, one does not sin when the lack of any alternative creates an unwanted need to consume what is otherwise considered illegal. This is the "law of necessity" in Islamic jurisprudence: "What is necessary makes what is forbidden permissible." As in any religion, there are some rules in Islam.

Do you know what these rules are? What we should eat, what we should not eat. Yes, in Islam, things like dog, pork, blood are "haram" (forbidden by religion). Are they known as "haram"? Yes, they are described as "haram". They are forbidden by religion. Is there a definition of what is allowed to eat? How is it called? Halal. Meat of ruminants – livestock. For example, sheep, beef, etc. Is there a certain type of food that Muslims especially try to avoid? They do not eat pork. It is haram – forbidden.

They never eat it. Are there any restaurants or other places where pork is served in Turkey? I do not know. We never eat it because it is forbidden. Muslims do not eat pork, but what about non-Muslims in Turkey? I wonder if they can eat pork? I guess they can..

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Dietary Rules in Islam (Halal Food)