what they can eat and what they cannot eat? :D

asked 24 Mixhik's gravatar image

is this questions about muslims or women?

(May 28 '12 at 18:39) Al Ummat ♦ Al%20Ummat's gravatar image

yeah about what the muslims eat!.. the women have another dieta?..

(May 28 '12 at 18:42) Mixhik Mixhik's gravatar image

No, women are the same here. They can eat what men eat. But he is refering to "they" in your question and your other question about women in islam, i think.

(May 28 '12 at 20:42) lumisho ♦ lumisho's gravatar image

Salam, we muslims can eat any food except what is mentioned in this ayah [5:3] [Prohibited to you are dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which has been dedicated to other than Allah , and [those animals] killed by strangling or by a violent blow or by a head-long fall or by the goring of horns, and those from which a wild animal has eaten, except what you [are able to] slaughter [before its death], and those which are sacrificed on stone altars, and [prohibited is] that you seek decision through divining arrows. That is grave disobedience. This day those who disbelieve have despaired of [defeating] your religion; so fear them not, but fear Me. This day I have perfected for you yourreligion and completed My favor upon you and have approved for you Islam as religion. But whoever is forced by severe hunger with no inclination to sin- then indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.]

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The most important rule relating to the preparation of food intake and the Muslims, is in compliance with dietary restrictions imposed by Islam. And although in the modern world, they have become less stringent, the majority of believers adhere to and tries to eat only allowed foods (halal). These prohibitions are associated more with the pre-Islamic tradition, when the ancient Arabs, killing the animal quickly slit his throat and poured the blood at the same time slowly pronounce the name of their deity. Later in the period of Islam, the custom was consecrated by the prophet Muhammad: "The dead animals, blood, pork, as well as those animals that were killed without mentioning the name of Allah, - all this is forbidden ...". And only one excuse is a Muslim who took to eat the forbidden product if he did not intentionally, but by compulsion. In addition, a Muslim can eat meat only if the animal was slaughtered the faithful, that is a Muslim. Thus, meat from animals slaughtered according to Islamic law does not, pork, alcohol, snakes, frogs, and sweets made with the addition of alcohol, and dishes containing gelatin from the connective tissue pigs are haram and can not be employed in the food. Islam urges for table setting pay attention to the three main qualities: clarity, accuracy, and moderation. The latter refers mainly to the number of dishes and used for cooking. In addition, it is desirable to lay the table nicely, but not at the expense of high energy, time and material costs, as food for Muslim - not an end in itself but a vital necessity. A related ban on the use of utensils of gold and silver. Muslim feast begins and ends with a pinch of salt. Before you try the first course, we have to take salt and say: "In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful." Bread is sacred in the East, take an oath on it, so it is served on the table first. Is it necessary to begin immediately, without haste, without waiting for other dishes. Bread, take both hands and break, and does it, as a rule, the owner of the house. Cut with a knife is not recommended for two reasons. First, in the East it is baked in a pita or tortillas that are easier to break than cut it. Secondly, There is a belief that the one who cuts the bread knife, slash god of food. For bread, Muslims are treated with great respect. If suddenly a piece of bread falls to the ground, then it needs to be raised and put in a place where it will find and eat the animal or bird. Even the crumbs, accidentally fell from his mouth during a meal, you must carefully pick up and put back in your mouth - it will bring happiness. And throw crumbs - it means to show their pride and disrespect for the audience. Put bread on the table as much as him sitting eaters. And the next cake break just after the previous had been eaten. Otherwise, it would be unreasonable waste, sin (Israfil). It gives clear guidance on Islam, drinking water, tea, coffee and other beverages. Water should be drunk while sitting. The exception to this rule is made only in two cases. First of all, standing drink water from a source Zam Zam during the Hajj. Second, the standing water you can drink from the pitcher left after washing, but only if a person wants a drink. Do not drink water from the bottle or jar. Bowl, glass or other drinking vessel should keep his right hand. Unseemly to drink in one gulp, it noisily to itself. To drink it in three stages: 1st time to make a drink, the 2nd time - 3, the third time - 5, each time breaking away from the edge of the vessel. However, if the number of devices will be more or less, the number of drinks required to be odd. Before you take the first sip, I should say: "Bismillah" (In the Name of Allah), and after the last "Alhamdu Lilla" (Praise be to Allah). Water or soft drink is recommended to drink in small sips. And in order to cool the hot tea or coffee, they do not have to blow: you should wait until they cool down. Finally, you can not drink water after drinking large quantities, or fatty foods. The process of food intake is strictly controlled by the Sharia and in terms of health. Muslims urged to eat slowly, slowly and chewing food thoroughly, because haste in eating or swallowing too large pieces may cause great harm to the digestion. At the same time you can not eat hot and cold food. Otherwise, could be in trouble with the teeth and stomach. Islam forbids eating meat one, but not to eat meat more than 40 days is also not recommended. Particular attention is paid to the compatibility of Sharia products. For example, you can not drink milk after the fish and vice versa. Cooked meat should be eaten separately from the roasted and dried, or dried - from fresh. It is forbidden to use two consecutive hot (or exciting), 2 cold (or cooling), 2 soft (or tender) or the 2 solid (or gross) dishes. This restriction applies to drinks. You also can not have two consecutive pinning, two meals or a laxative and a fixing a laxative. However, the fruit last restriction does not apply. Islam does not prohibit is the same, but as far as possible it is recommended to eat as a family. It is believed that the more hands stretch to the food, the more Allah will send it to benefit people and the greater the increase the welfare of the home owner.

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