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The Halal in The Holy Koran

 
There are various Koranic verses dealing with permissible food (Halal) but also with illegal food (Haram). The Holy Koran also indicates to Muslims how to sacrifice animals that are permitted. Some verses are dedicated exclusively to the prohibition to consume pork meat or drink alcohol. The verses covered in this article are taken as they are stated in the Holy Koran; some may be interpreted differently by scholars or Muslim theologians.
 

1) LAWFUL FOOD (HALAL)

  • As a basic principle, all good food is allowed
  • The prohibition to declare unlawful food declared lawful by ALLAH
 

2) UNLAWFUL FOOD (HARAM)

  • Prohibition to eat blood
  • Bad food is unlawful
  • Eating the flesh of dead animals
  • Eating pork
  • Permission granted to the one who is forced to eat illicit food
  • Prohibition to drink alcohol
 

3) HOW TO SACRIFICE AN AUTORIZED ANIMAL

  • Pronounce the « basmala»(in name of ALLAH) before sticking
  • The position of the animal at the sticking
  • Sticking of a stunned animal or victim of a fall before it is dead
 

4) CONDITIONS TO BE COMPLETED IN ORDER TO EAT THE FLESH OF A STICKED ANIMAL

  • Pronounce the name of ALLAH at the sticking
  • Sticking for another than ALLAH and invoke a name other than his own; prohibition of eating the meat of an animal which has been stuck on the basis of another name than ALLAH
 

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