When no ruling is given

When no ruling is given

source :Osoul Global Center

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It is permissible to eat anything to which no ruling of prohibition applies. Yet, it is discouraged to eat uncooked onions, garlic and similar plants right before going to the mosque.

When no ruling is given

It is permissible to eat anything to which no ruling of prohibition applies, since all things are originally permissible. 

:This is indicated by the Qur’anic statement

‘It is He who created for you all that is on earth.’

(2:29)

:Abu al-Darda’ reports that the Prophet (peace be upon him)  said

‘Whatever Allah has permitted in His book (i.e. the Qur’an) is lawful, and whatever He has prohibited is forbidden.’

 What He has not mentioned is left to you, so accept from Allah what He has given you, for Allah would not forget anything.

:He then recited the verse that says

‘Never does your Lord forget anything.’

(19:64)

It is also discouraged to eat uncooked onions, garlic and similar plants that give a bad breath, such as leeks and radishes, just before going to mosques and places of collective worship. 

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