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    (Original post by lifeisterrible99)
    if they dont have any silly ingredients that islam prohibit then they are halal xx
    I was looking at this website http://www.foodguide.org.uk/?page=viewquestion&id=258

    It says that some contain alcoholic flavourings, is that correct ? Is it permissible ?
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    OMGG yes i am better than that no need to remind me :unimpressed:
    :lol: whom are you speaking to :innocent:

    well why do you think that just because i have a random number doesn't mean i born in 1999



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    (Original post by Curious22)
    As Salamu Alaikum

    I was just wondering if frijj milkshakes are halal ?
    Wa'alaykum Assalaam.
    Check this out:
    http://www.foodguide.org.uk/?page=viewquestion&id=258
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    That's more like it
    As if you don't know that I know you very well

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    how well
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    Haha too late for edit smh.
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    Wa'alaykum Assalaam.
    Check this out:
    http://www.foodguide.org.uk/?page=viewquestion&id=258
    Im guessing if the flavour doesn't have alcohol flavourings then its halal ? correct

    Jazak Allahu Kairan
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    Haha too late for edit smh.
    Test me innit but that's risky for your identity.
    k i'll test you then :lol:
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    (Original post by Curious22)
    As Salamu Alaikum

    I was just wondering if frijj milkshakes are halal ?
    I don't drink them myself but I looked them up on Tesco.com and all the flavours which come in a 471ml bottle are suitable for vegetarians, so assuming these are the ones you're talking about, then yes.

    Ingredients: 1% Fat Milk (92%), Sugar, Buttermilk Powder, Fat Reduced Cocoa Powder, Stabilisers (Carrageenan, Cellulose Gum)

    http://www.tesco.com/groceries/produ...&search=Search
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    (Original post by Curious22)
    Im guessing if the flavour doesn't have alcohol flavourings then its halal ? correct

    Jazak Allahu Kairan
    Well it comes under the following is halaal so it should be permissible.

    Read this for a better understanding:
    http://foodguide.org.uk/index.php?pa...uestion&id=200

    BarakAllahu Feek.
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    read that over n over, don't get it still
    Why do you keep adding 'hyperbole' at the end of my replies?

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    this is really good i like these videos a lot
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    What is it called?
    Is the recitation a chapter from the Quran? Is so, which one?
    So nice to listen to :coma:
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    What is it called?
    Is the recitation a chapter from the Quran? Is so, which one?
    So nice to listen to :coma:
    Yes, he is reciting ayaat from Surah an-Nisaa'. See here:

    http://legacy.quran.com/4/105-110
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