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Re: Smoking, tatoos and other prohibited encounter
By:Dr. Shabbir
Date: Friday, 9 October 2009, 7:32 pm

Our respected viewers should know that Hicham is only a 22 y/o but smart kid in Denmark.
-SA
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AA to all who reads and replies.

WA, DEAR HICHAM :-)
-SA
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I've heard several views in regards to smoking.
Some have told me that smoking isn't "haram", others have told me it is.
I've been said that because the world didn't know of cancer at the age of revelation. Smoking cigars/cigarretes therefore technically isn't illegal.
But I find that last statement silly primarily because the Al-Quran is a book of all times.

YOU ARE RIGHT, THE QUR'AN IS A TIMELESS BOOK. MORE WE ADVANCE IN KNOWLEDGE, MORE UNDERSTANDABLE AND APPLICABLE THE QUR'AN BECOMES.
-SA
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Does smoking of nicotine go under the term of any intoxicants as being prohibited?

NICOTINE IS HABIT FORMING BUT IT DOES NOT BECLOUD THE MIND. SO, IT IS NOT AN INTOXICANT AND, HENCE, NOT HARAAM.

SMOKING IS INJURIOUS TO HEALTH, THEREFORE, IT MUST BE AVOIDED. "LA TAQTULOO ANFUSAKOOM" [DO NOT KILL YOURSELVES 4:29]
-SA
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And what about tattoo's?

MEN AND WOMEN ARE ALLOWED TO ADORN THEMSELVES MODESTLY.

TATTOOING IS AN INVASIVE PROCEDURE AND THE NEEDLES CAN CARRY HEPATITIS, AIDS ETC. THEN, THEY ARE VERY HARD TO REMOVE.
-SA
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And lastly.
What about parties.

WE SHOULD BE SELECTIVE. GO TO NICE ALCOHOL FREE GATHERINGS ONLY.
-SA
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I'm sorry for seemingly "inappropriate" questions.
I hope some of you will take your time to answer.

GIVEN ARE YOUR ANSWERS.
REMEMBER, NO QUESTIONS ARE SILLY, ONLY THE ANSWERS CAN BE STUPID.
-SA

:)

Messages In This Thread

Smoking, tatoos and other prohibited encounters
Hicham -- Friday, 9 October 2009, 5:02 pm
Re: Smoking, tatoos and other prohibited encounter
Dr. Shabbir -- Friday, 9 October 2009, 7:32 pm
Re: Smoking, tatoos and other prohibited encounter
Hicham -- Friday, 9 October 2009, 9:43 pm