Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Difference between Haram and Halal food

As we all know that the Islam is the complete code of Life. Muslims are present in almost every region of the world and practicing its teachings in their daily day life. It is the most common question by the Muslims around the world is that! What is the difference between Haram and Halal food?

So today I decided to throw some light on the Haram and Halal food. Halal foods are those foods which a Muslims are allowed to eat. And haram foods are those foods which a Muslim are not allowed eat. There are some things which specify the difference between Haram and Halal food.


There is not that much specification regrading Vegetables. Almost every type of Vegetable can be eaten by the Muslims but except few. Those are haram vegetables for Muslims there characteristic are as follow,

•    Vegetables which are poison.
•    Vegetables which cause dizziness.
•    The spoil vegetables.
•    The vegetables which are plucked out before their time.
•    If a halal vegetable got from wrong way will also become Haram.


There are not many specifications regarding the drinkables. Almost where drinkables are Halal to the Muslims except for the few. Those drinkables which are Haram for the Muslims their characteristics are as follow,

•    Which are poison.
•    Which can cause dizziness.
•    Which is not pure.
•    The drinkable fluid which is still is Haram to eat.
•    The drinkable which has the containing of Urine and Blood is Haram.
•    The drinkable fluid gets by wrong meaning will also become Haram.


There is every much specification regarding the Meat. Not every meat is Halal. There are three types of creatures in the world Sea animals and land animals and sky animals. There are specifications of them who are haram and Halal.

Sea Animals:

In the sea animals on the fishes which the scales are the only type of the Halal sea creature whereas all the other are Haram.

Land Animals:

There are two types of Land Animals domestic and wild. The specifications which make them Haram and Halal in them are enlisted as follow,


The characteristic of Haram and Halal domestic animals are as follow,

•    All the animals which are herbivorous are Halal e.g Coats, sheep, buffalo, sheep, camel, hen, and etc
•    All the animals Herbivore animals are Halal except Donkey and horse they are Mukru.
•    The animals like dogs, cats and etc are Haram which shouts upwards to the sky.


The animals which are present in the wildlife are called as wild animals. The characteristic of Haram and Halal wild animals are as follow.

•    All the herbivorous wild animals are Halal. e.g Deer, mountain goats, cows, and etc are Halal
•    The herbivorous which have sharp nails, teeth and extended more than the height of Human are Haram e.g Rabbits, Zebra, giraffe, elephant and etc.
•    All the animals which have sharp teeth and nails are Haram e.g lion, beer, tiger and etc.
•    All the animals which curl and eat insects are Haram e.g snake, all and type of animals.

These were some specification about the Haram and Halal wild and domestic animals.


The characteristic of the Halal and Haram birds are as follow,

•    The birds which flap their wings more than they glide while flying are Halal.
•    The birds with corp, gizzards, and spurs at the back of their feet are Halal.
•    The birds glide and spread there winks more than fly are Haram.
•    The birds with sharp nails are haram like eagle, hawks falcon and a lot more

You call must care of the Haram and Halal things while traveling because eating Haram thing is have a great sin. Many people don’t know about the foods which are Haram and Halal and brings many eatables during Hajj and Umrah along them which is Haram. Because they came from many regions where people eat them. So must be careful about it. It’s better to buy the eatables from the Muslims hotel. Now travel agencies are providing Umrah Visa Only for UK Citizens of the different countries with food facilities and a lot more at few prices.

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