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Islamic dietary laws: Quiz


Question 1: If there is doubt to anything being regarded as halāl or haram, Muslims are generally advised to refrain from consumption until clarification or permissiveness is given by another Muslim learned in ________.
FiqhShariaMuslim worldIslam

Question 2: Kosher gelatin, according to more stringent authorities, comes from certain fish to avoid the ________ (Jewish) prohibition of eating impure animals, which include pigs.
JudaismKashrutHasidic JudaismHalakha

Question 3: These include what are regarded as ________.
Gray WolfTaboo food and drinkUnclean animalsKashrut

Question 4: For such a method the animal must be slaughtered by a Muslim or by the People of the Book (Christian and Jew), while mentioning the name of God (________ in Arabic).

Question 5: This is based on rules found in the Qur'an, the holy book of ________.
MosqueIslamic schools and branchesIslamMuslim history

Question 6: ________ is an important part of Islamic dietary laws.
Food safetyAcceptable daily intakeLead poisoningFoodborne illness

Question 7: ________ specifies which foods are halāl (lawful) and which are harām (unlawful).
Islamic schools and branchesShariaFiqhMuslim world

Question 8: In Islam, ________—or any intoxicant—are generally forbidden.
BeerWineAlcoholic beverageEthanol

Question 9: Part of a series on the
Islamic Jurisprudence

– a discipline of ________
ShariaIslamic studiesMuslim worldIslamic theology

Question 10: According to some fatwas, the animal must be slaughtered only by a ________.

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