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Do Muslims become violent eating non veg foods

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Asked by hemant mehta, 16 Apr '12 01:15 pm
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I agree that, what a person eats has an effect on his behaviour. This is one of the reasons why Islam prohibits the eating of carnivorous animals like lion, tiger, leopard, etc. who are violent and ferocious. The consumption of the meat of such animals would probably make a person violent and ferocious. Islam only allows the eating of herbivorous animals like cow, goat, sheep, etc. that are peaceful and docile. We Muslims eat peaceful and docile animals because we are peace loving and non-violent people
Answered by anil garg, 15 Jun '12 09:26 pm

 
  
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Cience tell us that whatever one eats, it has an effect on ones behaviour. Why then, does Islam allow Muslims to eat non-vegetarian food, since eating of animals could make a person violent and ferocious?

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1. Only eating of herbivorous animals allowed

I agree that, what a person eats has an effect on his behaviour. This is one of the reasons why Islam prohibits the eating of carnivorous animals like lion, tiger, leopard, etc. who are violent and ferocious. The consumption of the meat of such animals would probably make a person violent and ferocious. Islam only allows the eating of herbivorous animals like cow, goat, sheep, etc. that are peaceful and docile. We Muslims eat peaceful and docile animals because we are peace loving and non-violent people.

2. The Quran says Prophet prohibits what is bad
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Answered by LOLLYPOP, 16 Apr '12 01:23 pm

 
  
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Not at all. i am have been eating non veg for a long long time now but i have never become voilent with any one so how can a muslim become violent by eating meat ?? i dont agree with your statement
Answered by rajan, 16 Apr '12 01:50 pm

 
  
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No..
Answered by aflatoon, 16 Apr '12 01:40 pm

 
  
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No----Never----
Answered by Nirmlankur Rao, 16 Apr '12 01:17 pm

 
  
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Not only Muslims....any person eating animal meat will be violent in approach....the reason ???

When the butcher kills an animal a wave of fear runs through the blood supply system of the animal concerned....which in seconds secrets some toxin in the muscular tissues....and when a man takes that meat that toxin goes into the human body and brain ....and stimulates the man to become violent in approach....itz a biological process.....
Answered by Pradipta pati, 16 Apr '12 01:39 pm

 
  
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Only eating of herbivorous animals is allowed by Islam. I agree that, what a person eats has an effect on his behaviour. This is one of the reasons why Islam prohibits the eating of carnivorous animals like lions, tigers, leopards, etc. who are violent and ferocious. The consumption of the meat of such animals would probably make a person violent and ferocious. Islam only allows the eating of herbivorous animals like goats, cattle, sheep, etc. that are peaceful and docile. We Muslims eat peaceful and docile animals because we are peace loving and non-violent people.
Answered by Psycho, 16 May '12 01:33 pm

 
  
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