The only religion that has strongly banned alcoholism in the world is Islam, and it is thanks to this principle that the toxic effects of this poisonous drink are not manifest among the followers of Islam, said Allama Tabatabaei in his note to the congress on fighting alcoholic beverages at the request of the...
This study examines legal debates over the lawfulness of alcoholic beverages between Mālikī/Shāfi‘ī and...
Public british health experts call for a ban on alcohol advertising in the United Kingdom after a new study claims the...
Iraq's parliament has voted to ban the sale, import and production of alcohol arguing that the....
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one of Britain’s most successful Muslim families has removed alcohol from its shelves, deemed haram in Islam.
There are many food items that contain small amounts of alcohol, including Tim Tams which was confirmed via email (To add to the confusion, reliable sources have informed me that they called and Arnotts has denied alcohol being used in the process, if there is doubt in this case he ...