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Post  UNGS2050_Mahia on Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:52 am

Of course the eggs aren't haraam, however in the interest of a healthy and, inshallah, long life the person who is allergic should not consume them, if he/she does though it will be his/her responsibility to bear.

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Post  ungs2050_farhana on Wed Mar 23, 2011 2:46 pm

Assalamualaikum,
in order for us to discuss the issue of halal and haram, we must first look at the sources, the quality of hygiene, and what does the Quran says about it. Yes, some food or substances that are harmful to us considered as haram, such as cigarettes, pork, dog, liquor and many more. but that had been stated in the quran. It has a fixed authority and also the sources are from substances that may cause harm to us like diaseas such as H1N1, JE and many more. However, eggs, although it causes allergies, its not haram for the muslims to consume it because theres no authority in the Quran that mention about it. It is from a hygiene source. But pertaining to the allergy, We must remember that Allah had created His mankind with no perfection in themselves. They have their own flaws. and that does not mean consuming eggs that will create allergy upon them will render the food haram to them. Thats all. Wassalam

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my opinion~ ^^

Post  2050_sakinahnasir on Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:53 pm

Assalamualaikum. The situation related to the allergy on eggs is somehow interesting to be discussed on. I agree with sis izyani and sis ria. Eggs is not haram for those who has allergy to it. He or she can still eats the eggs. However, he must bear the after-effect of eating the eggs. He may prevent himself from eating the eggs because it may cause itchy to his skin but, this does not mean the eggs is haram for him. He himself has the autonomy (freedom to choose) whether to eat the eggs or not because he knows better what happen once he ate it.. wallahualam~ ^^

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Maqasid Al-Syariah

Post  2050_farahin on Sat Mar 19, 2011 1:45 pm

of course its not Wink
if it is haram to the person who allergic to , does it mean it also haram to others ?
*question reply by question Wink*

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Maqasid shari'ah

Post  2050_ria on Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:06 am

Haram is defined as something evil, bad, and not in line with Shari'ah, whereas Hallal is something good, lawfull and permissible by Shari'ah. They are being classified by Allah SWT, and elaborated in the Objective Shari'ah (Maqasid al-Shari'ah). They are established for the maslahah (benefits) to all human kinds; not for particular person. Therefore, if one particular food, for instance: an egg, brings harm to one particular person, it does not mean harmful (Haram) for everyone.

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just an opinion.. :-)

Post  ungs2050_izyani on Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:25 pm

Definitely not, eggs do not become haram only because a person having allergy with it and may harm himself if he consume it. From my point of view, a person who allergy with eggs still can consume eggs but, he/she must bear the consequences of taking it. It is up to a person himself. All food that we consume later will become part of our body. In addition, if we eat halal food, it surely can help to protect ourselves. Our life also will get barakah from Allah. Muslim should seriously make sure that the food is halal before they consume it. Halal not only in terms of the food itself, it also include the way how you get it. Back to the situation, in my opinion, the eggs not consider haram to be consumed by a person who are having allergy. It just gives problem to the person if he eats the eggs. Allah knows best.

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Maqasid shari'ah

Post  2050_said on Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:04 am

In Islam some things have been forbidden (made haraam). The sole reason behind this forbidding is that the harm these things have overweighs their benefit. What if something which is halaal is harmful to you, e.g some people might be very alergic to eggs, which is halaal, does this mean that the eggs would be haraam to those who are having an allergy?

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