They cite certain hadith (sayings of the Prophet Muhammad) to support their dogmatically anti-dog position. Angels will not enter a house if there is a dog present, says one. Another warns that a Muslim keeping a dog will lose out on some of the spiritual rewards from his good deeds.
In Islamic tradition, cats are admired for their cleanliness. They are thought to be ritually clean, and are thus allowed to enter homes and even mosques, including Masjid al-Haram.
Dogs in Islam, as they are in Rabbinic Judaism, are conventionally thought of as ritually impure. This idea taps into a long tradition that considers even the mere sight of a dog during prayer to have the power to nullify a pious Muslim's supplications.
According to the Qur'an the use of hunting dogs is permitted, which is a reason the Maliki school draws a distinction between feral and domesticated dogs―since Muslims can eat game that has been caught in a domesticated dog's mouth, the saliva of a domesticated dog cannot be impure.
In Islam, cats are viewed as holy animals. Above all, they are admired for their cleanliness. They are thought to be ritually clean which is why they're allowed to enter homes and even mosques.
According to the above discussion and arguments, in our opinion rabbits are halal to be eaten and it is not makruh as stated by the jumhur of scholars following clear evidences that state its halal status.
There is no Islamic text that prohibits having rabits as pets but you should make sure that you feed it well, take care of its needs and not to hurt it.
But while conservatives advocate complete avoidance, moderates simply say Muslims should not touch the animal's mucous membranes — such as the nose or mouth — which are considered especially impure. Even if that happens, they say, there is a special cleansing ritual that can be followed.
Permissible meats and animals
This means that most herbivores or cud-chewing animals like cattle, deer, sheep, goats, and antelope are considered halal to consume. Animals hunted by trained birds and animals are also permitted according to the Quran 5:4.
The prohibition on dogs may be less of a surprise, since conservative Muslims despise dogs as unclean. But the cat ban befuddled many, since Islamic tradition holds that the Prophet Muhammad loved cats — and even let a cat drink from his ablutions water before washing himself for prayers.
As such, the fatwa continues, kangaroo is classified in the same category with other “grass eating, clean animals like deer, gazelle and antelope.” Grasshopper is also categorized as “halal” because “there is a special provision in the Sunnah,” it adds, referring to the way of life prescribed as normative for Muslims ...
Frog meat is considered as haraam (non-halal) according to some Islamic dietary laws. Those who consider it haraam cite the hadith that prohibits the killing of frogs, together with ants, bees, and seabirds.
The meat of ahli donkey (domesticated/reared) is prohibited to be eaten because its meat is najis as stated in the above discussion. While the meat of wild donkeys is halal to be eaten and this is the opinion cited by Imam al-Nawawi and all scholars have agreed (without khilaf) regarding this matter.
Even though elephants are slaughtered according to the Sharia, their meat is unlawful. Since the elephants are fanged animals, it is not permissible to eat.
Seven parts of slaughtered halal animal are not permissible to eat: 1-Flowing blood(it is absolutely Haram) 2-male genitals, 3-female genitals, 4- testicles, 5- bladder, 6- gall-bladder, 7- glands.
Earlier in Islam consuming horse meat is not haram, but makruh, which means it should be avoided, but eating it is not a sin like the eating of pork, due to its other important usage.
Essentially all types of seafood are Halal suitable, based on verse 5:96 of the Qur'an, which states, “Lawful to you is what you catch from the sea and use for food as provision for yourself and for the travelers...” Because this states broadly that what is caught from the sea is acceptable, it includes plants like ...
Dr Zulkifli's short answer to this was penguins are a species of seabirds. Hence, all species of seabirds, except storks (mixed opinions on this one) are halal to eat according to the madhhab of Syafi'i. However, what is permissible to eat shouldn't necessarily be eaten like regular poultry or meat.
Australian government supervised Islamic slaughter programs are in place to ensure stringent procedures are met in meat processing establishments. For Australian red meat to be identified as Halal, the animals must be slaughtered by a trained Muslim slaughterman in accordance with the requirements of the Islamic law.
Our 100% pure and Halal meat is all sourced from approved suppliers who adhere to McDonald's stringent food quality and safety standards as well as globally-recognized Halal practices. As of the date of this response, the beef and chicken we use is sourced from approved suppliers in Australia and Brazil.
All food consumed at McDonald's comply with Halal requirements.
Traditionally, Muslims avoid canines because of religious teachings. In Islam, dogs are considered unclean, especially their saliva, and they are rarely kept as pets. Some Muslims are taught from a young age to have a strong distaste for dogs.
The majority of both Sunni and Shi'a Muslim jurists consider dogs ritually unclean. It is uncommon for practicing Muslims to keep dogs as pets.
However they cannot claim their stores can be classified as being 100% Halal, as there is bacon in all stores (except for two stores listed below) plus the Suppliers of certain seasonings, marinades etc have indicated that they are not Halal certified.