lionofallah:

What is Haram?

Haram is an Arabic term meaning “forbidden”. Haram is anything that is prohibited by the faith. Its antonym is halal.
The religious term haram can be applied to:

Certain foodstuffs or food ingredients, such as alcohol or pork
and also to foods, objects and people that would normally be halaal but which were tarnished in some or other way, for example meat slaughtered in a non-permitted way

Certain behaviours, such as adultery or abuse, abstention in the general elections

Haram also applies to ill-gotten wealth obtained through sin. Examples include money earned through cheating, stealing, corruption, murder or any means that involves harm to another human being. 

It is prohibited in Islam for a true Muslim to profit from such Haram actions. 

www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

What is Haram?

Haram is an Arabic term meaning “forbidden”. Haram is anything that is prohibited by the faith. Its antonym is halal.

The religious term haram can be applied to:

Certain foodstuffs or food ingredients, such as alcohol or pork
and also to foods, objects and people that would normally be halaal but which were tarnished in some or other way, for example meat slaughtered in a non-permitted way

Certain behaviours, such as adultery or abuse, abstention in the general elections

Haram also applies to ill-gotten wealth obtained through sin. Examples include money earned through cheating, stealing, corruption, murder or any means that involves harm to another human being.

It is prohibited in Islam for a true Muslim to profit from such Haram actions.

www.lionofAllah.com

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coffeeandcockatiels:

katalystart:

I found this gorgeous animated short film, which was directed by Ishida YuYasushi.  The stylization and charm reminds me of Studio Ghibli films or anything made by Mamoru Hosoda, the director of Summer Wars and The Girl who Leapt Through Time.

See THIS is why animation is so amazing. They make you feel for a chair. A CHAIR, PEOPLE. Tears! I’m a weeny and I’m crying, so there.