haram

Forbidden under the laws of Islam. The term may be applied to transgressions in all aspects of life, from unlawful foodstuffs, such as meat from an animal that has not been killed in the prescribed...
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haram

Forbidden under the laws of Islam. The term may be applied to transgressions in all aspects of life, from unlawful foodstuffs, such as meat from an animal that has not been killed in the prescribed way, to drinking intoxicating liquor and adultery. The distinction between what is halal (lawful) and what is haram is made by Allah, both through the K...
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Haram

Ḥarām (حَرَام ḥarām) or Haraam is an Arabic term meaning sinful. In Islamic jurisprudence, haram is used to refer to any act that is forbidden by Allah, and is one of five Islamic commandments (الأحكام الخمسة (al-ahkam al-khamsah)) that define the morality of human action. Acts that are haram are typically prohibited in th...
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Haram

[site] The Arabic term ḥaram has a meaning of `sanctuary` or `holy site` in Islam. ==Etymology== The Arabic language has two separate words, حرم ḥaram and حرام ḥarām, both derived from the same triliteral Semitic root Ḥ-R-M. Both of these words can mean `forbidden` and/or `sacred` in a general way, but each has also develope...
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Haram

[Yemen] Ḥaram (Old South Arabian ḥrm-m, with mimation Ḥaramum) is an ancient city in the north of al-Jawf in modern day Yemen, at about 1100 metres above sea level. It is bordered by the Yemeni Highlands to the north, in the west by the ancient Kaminahu (present day Kamna), in the east by the ancient Qarnāwu (modern Ma`īn) and in th...
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