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Question ID  3856  -  Food & Drinks
Salam allakum ji mera husband saudi shehar m kaan krte h wahe koi bhi shia nahi hai aur unko roza kholne ko masjid mai hane hote h magar wahe suni ki time mai roza kholne hote hai toh majburi ki tahat kya kre agar malaum hojayge ki shia h toh job se nikal dage toh plz bata diye kya kre aise mai
Answer:-  He can break his fast with them under Taqiyyah, them he may do Qaza for the
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  3794  -  Food & Drinks
Kabarastan ki fruits khane haram h kya
Answer:-  If the owner permits you to eat it, it is not Haraam.

> Wassalam
Muhammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  3683  -  Food & Drinks
Salam alaykum I want to know if we can eat israeli boycott products? Are they haram or it is fine to eat them?
Answer:-  It is not allowed to help the oppressors, especially those who kill the
innocents. Muslims are not allowed to do any business or any act which
helps the oppressors.

Mohammed Al-Musawi
Question ID  3679  -  Food & Drinks
SA.I just wanted to ask if it is permissible to drink juice/milk shakes in glass similar to those present in bar, if they are just bought from a shop or gifted by someone? WS.
Answer:-  =E2=80=8BYes it is allowed as far as the glass is Taahir and using it does =
not mean
> propagating the alcohol company.=E2=80=8B
Mohammad Al-Musawi=E2=80=8B
Question ID  3504  -  Food & Drinks
Salaam un Alaikum, Hope you are doing good. My question is with regards to slaughtering of an animal. I have read in Islamic Laws (of His Eminence Ayatullah Seestani - May Allah bless him with a long and healthy life) that the animal should be made to face to qibla at the time of slaughtering. My questions are: 1. Is this condition true for birds as well (chicken) or only for animals with four legs? 2. Is it a condition for it being halal? slaughtering houses and meat shops dont follow this rule, does that make the meat from such places haram? 3. Since we have to be sure of the meat being halal before having it, do we also have to be sure that the animal was slaughtered in the way as prescribed by our laws (shia) or should we leave to the muslim shop owner (although being certain that nobody follows this condition of facing qibla) Thanks, iltemase dua. May Allah bless you with a long and healthy life
Answer:-  The condition of facing Qibla while slaughtering is for animals and birds
and chicken.
If a Muslim has slaughtered an animal according to his sect, we can take it
as Halal as well.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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