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Haniya Ahmed

on 17 February 2016

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Alcohol has caused a number of deaths, chaos, crime and pain. Alcohol is a dangerous intoxicant because it is very addictive. In Arabic, intoxicants are called 'khamr' because they cover the intelligence and people cannot think clearly. alcohol is haram in islam. Initially, drinking alcohol was a routine in islam and it was not prohibited. As time passed, allah (swt) prohibited alcohol in three steps. it is a major sin to drink, sell, buy or serve alcohol.
by: nabiha, Haniya, connie, zarmina and sara t.
Why do people drink alcohol?
Many people drink too much in order to escape from their lives, forget their troubles, or "drown their sorrows."
Drinking can give you a "buzz" when the alcohol first hits your system, but it does not make you high or happy. In fact, because alcohol is a depressant, it's likely to make you feel drowsy and down.
"Drinking is cool."
Truth: This is one of the biggest lies about alcohol.
"I only drink because all my friends drink too."
"Drinking helps me have a good time."
"Drinking helps me deal with my problems."

"Drinking is cool."
"Drinking keeps me warm when it's cold out."
Alcohol and Intoxicants
every type of intoxicant is haram. allah prohibited alcohol because, he wants the best for his believers. alcohol has many effects on our body. even a little amount of alcohol is forbidden. the punishment of someone drinking alcohol is their prayer to be rejected for forty days, unless they ask for forgiveness and repent. anyone who drinks alcohol in this life will never have the pure wine of jannah. alcohol was prohibited in three steps and was finally forbidden in surat-al- ma'idah.
alcohol In islam

"and of the fruits of the palms and the grapes -- you obtain from them intoxication and goodly provision; most surely there is a sign in this for people who ponder." [16:67]

jabir ibn abdullah narrated that rasoolullah said: "if a large amount of substance causes intoxication, then even a small amount is forbidden."

abdullah ibn omar narrated that rasoolullah said: "allah cursed wine and whoever drinks, serves, sells, buys, produces, delivers or receives it"
How Alcohol Became Haram:
First Step
during the early days of islam alcohol was very common. prophet muhammad always stayed away from it. he never drank khamr in his life. one day, a group of the sahabah brought up the evils of alcohol to prophet muhammad. then, allah revealed the following verse.

" they ask you about intoxicants and games of chance. say: in both of them there is a great harm and means of profit for men, and their harm is greater than their profit."
[2: 219]

there is more harm than profit in alcohol. this verse stopped some muslims from drinking alcohol but some continued to drink.
How Alcohol Became Haram:
Second Step
How Alcohol Became Haram:
Third Step
one day, abdul rahman ibn awf had invited some sahabah for a gathering, and alcoholic drinks were served. soon, it was maghrib time and the sahabah wanted to pray their salah. most of these muslims were drunk, including the imam. the imam made many mistakes and errors while leading the salah.

"o you who believe do not go near prayer when you are drunk until you know (well) what you say."
[surat-un-nisaa' 4: 43]
this means that don't go near salah, until the effect of alcohol has gone away. it is haram for muslims to drink alcohol when it's almost salah time. this caused many muslims to stop drinking alcohol.
The Incident that caused alcohol to be forbidden was when uthman ibn malik invited some companions for a meal . then alcohol was served. all of the muslims were drunk, so they began singing and reciting poetry. after a while they teased and insulted each other's tribes. uthman ibn malik insulted an ansar muslim. one of the ansar got very angry and threw a bone at uthman ibn malik. the next day uthman ibn malik went to the prophet and explained what had happened .the prophet made a du'aa: "o allah! grant us a clear-cut guidance regarding alcohol."

allah revealed two verses in the quran, for the complete prohibition of alcohol.
" o you who beleive! intoxicants (alcohol and drugs) and gambling are frobidden it's satan's handwork. avoid such things so that you may prosper ... satan's plan is to create hatred and tension among you, with intoxicants and gambling , and hinder you from the remembrance of allah, and from prayer: will you not then abstain?" [surat-ul- ma'idah 5: 90-91]
punishment in this
this life and hereafter
abdullah ibn omar narrated that rasoolullah said: "if anyone takes any Khamr , allah will not accept his prayer for forty days, but if he repents, allah will accept his repentance."
mother of all evils

othman narrated that rasolullah (saws) said:
"avoid drinking wine for it is the mother of all evils."


this is because after drinking alcohol, you do things out of your conscience. the mind becomes blurry and a person cannot think clearly and is not aware of what he is doing. people who get drunk commit sins without even knowing.

Effects of alcohol on
our body
Difficulty walking, blurred vision, slurred speech, slowed reaction times, impaired memory: Clearly, alcohol affects the brain.
alcohol affects
totally true facts about alcohol
how is alcohol made!!!
social harms of alcohol
- car accidents
- murder
- adultery
- crimes
- violence
- tension and fights between people
- sickness
60-70% of all crimes involve alcohol or other intoxicating drugs!
alcohol is a poison, and it causes harm, and pain!
alcohol has 90% harm and 10% benefit
Is it really worth the harm?
Narrated Ibn 'Umar: Allah's Apostle said, "Whoever drinks alcohol in this world and does not repent (before dying), will be deprived of the pure wine of jannah".
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