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Prohibited food in Islam

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What are the foods prohibited by Islam? And why?

Foods prohibited by Islam are peg, dead animals, blood and animals not slaughtered on the name of God. As for peg, man is affected by what he eats, as the peg is not jealous on its female, so people who eat it also lose jealousy on their females either they are wives, daughters, sisters, mothers or others. As for prohibiting blood, because it contains the germs and microbes in the body of man or animal, so if someone eats it, he can be infected by these diseases. As for dead animal, because the blood does not get out of its body, but it permeates the flesh and organs, so viruses and microbes lie and hide in their tissues and make themselves a layer of fats so they don’t die when the meat is cooked even in high temperature. When man eats such meat, he gets sick because of those viruses and microbes. As for the animals on which any other name has been invoked besides that of God, they become illegal because the name of God hasn't been mentioned when slaughtering them, so it is not blessed, when we eat it, it doesn’t cure us but increases illnesses.

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