Faith IQ – Can I Use Perfumes With Alcohol & Soaps Derived From Animal Fat

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AI: Summary © The segment discusses the use of perfumes that contain alcohol, including soaps and nicotine. It also touches on the use of alcohol in various ways, including makingpointed clothing and even using it for medical purposes. The segment ends with a request for viewers to subscribe to the channel and donate to a worthy cause.
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Can we use perfumes that have alcohol in them? And can we use soaps that have been derived from animal fats and other things of that nature?

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And come to Lao Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us that hum, intoxicants are nudges, fetched any boo, be distinct from it and the key word is hunger, not alcohol. Now we do know from a scientific process that alcohol is one of the things that gives this inhibition and you know, inebriate the mind which is the word hum Do you have mineral after it wipes away your mind, it covers your mind. The essence, of course, is the alcohol that's found in in perfumes is not alcohol, that is an intoxicating one. It's something that's poisonous if you consume it in large amounts, and you will find two opinions amongst the odermatt.

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The majority of opinion is, of course, that the alcohol in and of itself is not seen as an impure substance. And there is a minority opinion that it's something that can be seen as an impure substance in and of itself. I tend to believe that, you know, alcohol is not an impure substance in and of itself. In fact, it can be used as a cleaning agent. It's something that's used as medical swipes and things of that nature, that type of alcohol, that that subset of it is different to the alcohol that comes out of the fermentation processes will Lahu to Adam, also with soaps, they are things that may be derived from the animal fats in a particular way. If you want to be extra

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cautious in sha Allah make sure that they are from ethical means and that they are of a vegetable based background. Personally with the change of the structures and the chemical processes. It is no longer an animal byproduct. It's something that's entirely different as to where it is initially initiated from. And many of the older man they refer to it as a part of it's the hillock. It's been used up in its normal process to becoming an entirely new product. So the ruling is on the new product not unaware it was derived from and the majority would say that it is seen as permissible will Lahu Tada.

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