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Abu Hurayrah narrated that Allah’s Messenger ﷺ said:
 “The food for two people is sufficient for three, and the food for three people is sufficient for four.”
– [Sahih Al-Bukhari, Kitab Al-At’imah]

The legal framework of Islam pays close attention to the line between the permissible and the prohibited. The textual sources of Islam provide clear directions to seek the permissible and to avoid the prohibited. This turns into a quest for the modern Muslim to source food from credible means. Some types of food have also been ambiguous of their nature, concerning their permissibility in respect of religion.

Acquiring nutrition and blessings from food, require pure means and methods of food preparation. Islam aims to scrutinize the manners of acquiring and preparing food to ensure the best use of resources and processes, resulting in the wholesome goodness of the food that we consume. The religion, without doubt, emphasizes that food has an effect on one’s physical and spiritual health.

Naturally, today’s commercial influence on food has sparked further discussions that lead us to unprecedented questions. The Muslim’s daily quest for food turns into a complex challenge of intellectual gymnastics and spiritual inquest, all for the purpose of clarifying the status of food.

Join us as we hunt for the truth behind food.


8 weeks, commencing 15 Oct
7.45pm – 9.30pm
on Google Meet


Ustazah Bushra Binte Habibullah


• There are no prior qualifications required to attend this course.
• Registrants are required to have access to internet on the day of tutorials. We will email an invitation link to all registrants 1 day prior to the course.


Week 1 15.10.20 Food & Islam: Understanding Halal
Week 2 22.10.20 Food & The Quran: When God Speaks About Food
Week 3 29.10.20 Prophetic Directives & Principles of Halal & Haram
Week 4 5.11.20 Imam Malik ibn Anas: The Madinan Traditionalist
Week 5 12.11.20 Ethics of Food Sourcing: The Well-Being of Animals
Week 6 19.11.20 Vegetarianism, Veganism & The Prophet’s Diet
Week 7 26.11.20 TThe Obligation of Eating Good Food: Nutrition, Health & Medicine
Week 8 3.12.20 Current Issues on Halal Food & Diet: Halal Certification, Consumer Ethics & more


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