Monday, January 12, 2009

HARAM: Overview

HARAM (حرام‎, haraam, harām) - an Arabic term meaning "forbidden". It is used to refer to anything that is prohibited by Islam, according to Quran and Hadith. As it refers to food, haram foods are ingredients, foods or dishes that made with a haram substance — including ingredients derived from haram sources.

Broadly, Islam prohibits the consumption of:

HARAM and Islam:
While there are differences in practice between different groups, most Muslims agree that "halal is clear and haram is clear."

[ Quran & Hadith of HARAM substances ]

Related Topics:
What are the food import regulations for countries like Saudi Arabia?
Do you have a list of HARAM Animals?
What makes them HARAM?
How does AMNA identify and label foods containing HARAM substances like PORK, BLOOD or ALCOHOL?
Where can I find verses from the Quran, or hadith on HARAM substances?

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