10 things you didn't know about food in the Quran

Category: Faith & Spirituality, Interactive Topics: Food, Quran Views: 1467

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1. This fruit is the name of a Surah

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2. When Moses hit the rock with his stick, and 12 springs gushed, what was the food brought forth to his people?

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3. Unless you are allergic to certain seafood, which of the following statements is correct according to Islamic dietary rules for seafood?

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4. Putting aside nutritional values, what kind of sausages are NOT allowed to be eaten by Muslims?

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5. if a cow drowns in a river can Muslims eat its meat?

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6. Was pomegranate mentioned in the Quran?

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7. What kind of fruit fell on Maryam (RA) when she shook the tree?

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8. What parts of a pig can a Muslim eat?

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9. Can Muslims use hunting dogs to catch preys?

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10. How many times the exact word Fruit "فاكهة" appears in the Quran?

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