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what is halal?

Halal is an Arabic term meaning lawful or “permissible” while haram means “impermissible”
and not only encompasses food and drink, but all matters of daily life.

what is mushbooh?

While many things are clearly halal or clearly haraam, there are some
things which are not clear. These items are considered questionable and more information is
needed to categorize them as halal or haraam.Such items are often referred to as Mushbooh,
which means doubtful or questionable.

what is haram?

Meat from swine - pork, ham, gammon, bacon, etc ...

Pork-based products and by-products - sausages, gelatine etc ..

Animals improperly slaughtered, or already dead before slaughtering.
Animals killed in the name of anyone other than Allah.

Intoxicants.

Most carnivorous animals, birds of prey and land animals without external ears
(i.e., snakes, reptiles, worms, insects etc.)

Blood and blood by-products.

Foods and drinks which contain any of the above haram ingredients or contaminated
through contact with any of the above products .

halal vs zabiha

In terms of meat, its either halal or haram, “zabiha’’ simply refers to the proper manner
of slaughtering. So why is the term zabiha used in the U.S so commonly?
The reason is that when dealing with many Muslims it is insufficient to simply ask for
“Halal Meat” because the concept is lost in translation. While in theory chicken, beef, goat etc ..
are animals that are halal to consume but whether it was slaughtered according to Islamic law
determines if we can eat it or not in other words zabiha is the process by which meat
becomes halal.

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