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Halal & Haram in Islam

Halal is what is permitted or lawful according to Islamic Law. The reason of the Creator has stated the lawful things are to preserve mankind from destruction upon themselves and others.

The main concept of halal is free from anything that can harm our religion, our soul, our body, our wealth, and our descendent. These are the five aspects of our lives that we need to take a good care.

Meanwhile, Haram is unlawful, prohibited, or forbidden things or acts according to Islamic Law. Contradict to Halal, the concept of Haram is anything that can bring destruction or harm upon mankind (from five aspects of our lives) and the reason as why the Creator has created the unlawful things is a test to mankind.

All things are originally permissible
الأصل في الأشياء الإباحة

If any verse of the Holy Quran or hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) says certain things Haram, they are considered Haram. That means unless the Holy Quran and hadiths say not, everything is permissible.

Halal is an Arabic word meaning lawful or permitted. It is referred to things that are permitted by the Creator.

Haram is the opposite of Halal which means unlawful or prohibited by the Creator.

Islamic Law

The law from Allah derived from Holy Quran and Hadith of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) that implies in our daily lives.

Halal Food

Halal food is foods and beverages that are allowed to be consumed by Allah.

Haram Food

Haram food is foods and beverages that are prohibited to be consumed by Allah.