Is Being A Vegan Allowed In Islam – Shaykh Omar Suleiman

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as being a vegan allowed in Islam

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Yes, in Islam you can be a vegetarian you can be a vegan, there's nothing that forces you to eat meat in order to be a Muslim. So there's nothing wrong with it. However, you know, there is a lot of sacrifice in the in the religion of Islam within the Sunnah of the Prophet slicin obviously the sacrifice of a mighty Salaam and sacrifice that is done to benefit the, the poor and to also be a means of bringing ourselves closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Again, this does not force you to eat meats or to necessarily engage in it, but at the same time, not necessarily to ascribe any morality to the idea of sacrifice and to the idea of the distribution of meats and the eating of meat that

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was raised humanely sacrificed humanely and then of course, used to nurture people so by all means, eat your greens and stay healthy inshallah Thailand Don't worry about it, but at the same time, don't project your morality on the idea of sacrifice and on those that choose not to be vegetarian, or vegan like you. Subscribe to this channel, share this video and click on the bell icon so that you can be notified with every new video at faith IQ