Pork, Dead Meat, Blood and Food on which Name other than that of God is taken are Prohibited in …
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Allah says in the Quran
in no less than four different places in Surah Baqarah chapter number two was the 173 instead of either chapter number five, verse number three, instead of chapter number six was the 145 answer in chapter number 16 verse 115, huruma alaikum on my tutor what the mobile American z Mama olallie getting lobby forbidden for you for food Ah, that meat, blood, the flesh of swine, and any food on which any name besides Allah name is taken. So these four foods, that meat, blood, the flesh of swine, that if pork, and any food on which any name besides Allah, his name is taken address primarily in the Quran, in no less than four different places. These types of food are even primary
in the Bible. If you read the Bible, in the book of Leviticus, chapter number 17, verse number 15. And the book of Deuteronomy, chapter number 14, verse number 21, it says, You shall not eat anything which died of itself. So even dead meat is prohibited in the Bible.
Regarding blood, there are no less than five different places in the Bible, where blood is prohibited. If read in the book of Genesis, chapter number nine was number four, in the book of Leviticus, chapter number 17, verse number 14, in the book of Deuteronomy, chapter number 12, verse number 16. And first time we'll chapter number 14, verse number 33, and the book of Acts, chapter number 15, verse number 29.
The Bible prohibits having blood in no less than five different places.
As far as the pork is concerned, it's mentioned the Bible.
In the book of Leviticus, chapter 11, was number seven and eight, that the swine to divide the hoof, and if cloven footed, yet it choose not the card, it's unclean for you, Thou shalt not eat its flesh, not touch its carcass, it is unclean for you. The same message is repeated in the book of Deuteronomy, chapter number 14, was number eight.
The swine, though it divides the hoof,
yet it was not the card, it's unclean for you, Thou shalt not eat its flesh, not touch its carcass, and eating pork has been prohibited. The third time in the Bible, in the book of Isaiah, chapter number 65, was number two to five, the Bible prohibits the eating of the flesh of swine, that is spoke in no less than three different places. And the last, the eating food on which any name besides a last name that has been taken, is also prohibited in the Bible.
In the book of Acts, chapter number 15, verse, Psalm 29, as well as the book of Revelation, chapter two, verse number 14, that any food
on which any name besides Almighty God's name is taken. If that food is put on altars, then that food is prohibited even for the Christians.
If Christian means
following the teachings of Jesus Christ, peace be upon him. I would like to say that we Muslims are more Christian than the Christian themselves.