Written by Mohammad Ali Abid

The prophet Mohammed (PBUH) said “It is prohibited upon my nation to eat whatever has claws & what has canine tooth, from predatory animals” [Refer to Abu Daud] The Modern Nourishment science confirmed that people acquire some ofrepparttar characteristics of animals which they eat becauserepparttar 127681 meat of those animals contain some kind of secreted horn ones & components which affectrepparttar 127682 moral ethical & behavioral quality of those who eat it. It was discovered that when a predatory bird or animal is on a hunting task, some glands in its body secret some kinds of harmonies which help it to confront, light & killrepparttar 127683 victim. Dr. S Libij,repparttar 127684 teacher of nourishment in England, says: These secreted materials and harmonies are found inrepparttar 127685 body ofrepparttar 127686 predatory even it was a captive in a large. This is manifest when you visitrepparttar 127687 zoo and seerepparttar 127688 tiger while it is eating a piece of meat. You can seerepparttar 127689 anger, cruelty & agitated nervous exposed through its face & general behavior. Compare such an animal withrepparttar 127690 elephant & seerepparttar 127691 mildness which is manifest on its face while it is eating & playing with children visitors. Look atrepparttar 127692 lion; its cruelty & roughness & compare it withrepparttar 127693 camel & its mildness. It was observed that nations who eat predators whether birds or animals which has been prohibited by Islam, those nations have cruel & violent tendencies even if there was no reason behind being cruel. They have such tendencies just forrepparttar 127694 sake of blood shedding. Researches confirmed that this fact is manifest among backward tribes who due torepparttar 127695 excessive eating of predators meat become extremely cruel & turn into cannibals. Researches confirmed that those tribes are also affected by sexual anarchy. They don’t have respect torepparttar 127696 institution of family and honor. They are living way of way that is almost similar to that of predators and beats. The male attacks another male & kill him so that to pull-away & consumerepparttar 127697 available females till another male who is more stronger comes & killsrepparttar 127698 previous triumphant & possess as well as sexually consumerepparttar 127699 already consumed females & so on. This may be behindrepparttar 127700 absence ofrepparttar 127701 value of honor and may appearance of sexual aberration amongrepparttar 127702 Europeans. Abnormal sexual behaviors exist now amongrepparttar 127703 Europeans. They exchange wives, betray wives & vice versa. It is well known that even ifrepparttar 127704 pig is reared in clean & well-cared fences, it does not forget its dirty nature. If it is realized, it will, again, return torepparttar 127705 habit of eating dirts & enjoy it more thatrepparttar 127706 joy which it used to experience when eating potato & beas in sterile and clean fences. This isrepparttar 127707 reason which makesrepparttar 127708 bodies of pigs contain various warms, parasites & microbes and excessive bolic acid. All these get transferred torepparttar 127709 body ofrepparttar 127710 consumer

Scientists Declaration about The Holy Quran and Islam-William Hay

Written by William Hay

Professor Hay is one ofrepparttar best known marine scientists inrepparttar 127680 USA. Sheikh cAbdul-Majeed A. Zindanî met with him and asked him many questions aboutrepparttar 127681 marine surface,repparttar 127682 divider between upper and lower sea, and aboutrepparttar 127683 ocean floor and marine geology.

"I find it very interesting that this sort of information is inrepparttar 127684 ancient scriptures ofrepparttar 127685 Holy Qur'ân, and I have no way of knowing where they would have come from. But I think it is extremely interesting that they are there and this work is going on to discover it,repparttar 127686 meaning of some ofrepparttar 127687 passages."

And when he was asked aboutrepparttar 127688 source ofrepparttar 127689 Qur'ân, he replied, "Well, I would think it must berepparttar 127690 divine being."

"That is a difficult question which I have been thinking about since our discussion here. I am impressed at how remarkably some ofrepparttar 127691 ancient writings seem to correspond to modern and recent Astronomy. I am not a sufficient scholar of human history to project myself completely and reliably intorepparttar 127692 circumstances that 1400 years ago would have prevailed.

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