Last month I went to an exhibition being held at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS, the University of London. It was called ‘The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination’. 498 more words
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I recently went to the British Museum’s current exhibition on Zoroastrianism.
Zoroastrianism was a state religion of Persia from around A.D. 200 until the conquests of the Persian lands by the Arabs in around 650 A.D, although its origins are much earlier and may date from as early as 800 – 1000 BCE. 290 more words
Question: What is the ruling on food that contains what is called gel or beef gelatin?
Answer: If we know that the cow died by other than a human action or that the slaughterer did not slaughter the legislated slaughtering or it is from what is not permitted to slaughter, then it is dead meat, not permitted to eat it. 185 more words