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Chinese Officials Force Uyghur Muslims to Eat Pork, Drink Alcohol

XINJIANG – Chinese authorities in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region have forced Muslim residents of the Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture to drink alcohol and eat pork during the Lunar New Year holiday, Radio Free Asia reported. “Kazakh people in Xinjiang have never [eaten pork],” ethnic Kazakh resident of Altay’s Qinggil (in Chinese, Qinghe) county told RFA. …

Breaking Bottles – Story of Umar with Alcohol

Breaking Bottles – Story of Umar with Alcohol

Before Islam, Umar was a drinker, actually many of the companions were drinkers. When Umar came back to Allah, he sincerely wanted to make sure that he was leaving behind anything that would be objectionable and anything that he had to do away with…

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Not Living a Muslim Lifestyle?

There is more to a Muslim lifestyle, though, than glossy photographs in a magazine, no matter how attractive they appear. A Muslim lifestyle is altogether different from the ways of life of many of the people we live with.

Muslim Entrepreneur Gives Women Alcohol-Free Night Out

“If you don’t drink, how do you meet people?” It’s a question often asked to Muslim millennials DUBAI – For Muslim women wishing to enjoy a night out in an environment without alcohol, men or even smartphone cameras, Sabrina Salhi’s social events are the answer. “I felt that the nightlife and entertainment options were quite …

England Muslim Players Leave Before Champagne Celebrations

England Muslim Players Shun Champagne Celebrations

KENNINGTON, South London – After England’s dramatic win at the Oval this week, with a 4-1 victory over India, the team’s Muslim players Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid were seen leaving the stage just before champagne was sprayed, as both are practicing Muslims, IlmFeed reported. The video was shot after England won the fifth Test …

No Alcohol Safe to Drink: Global Study Confirms

LONDON – In parallel with Islamic Shari`ah, which forbids drinking alcohol, a large new global study published in the Lancet has confirmed that there is no safe level of alcohol consumption, BBC reported. “Previous studies have found a protective effect of alcohol on some cardiovascular conditions, but we found that the combined health risks associated …



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