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    Today I was at ilford and I was walking my dog. I saw someone I'm Islamic clothing drink from a can of fosters, he looked Somali IMO. I was intrigued so I said "you can't drink, it's Ramadan".

    He enlightened me and said Muslims are allowed to drink and nowhere in the Quran does it say that Muslims are not allowed to consume alcohol.

    He then said that he was a respected Muslim scholar, and had studied the Quran for decades, so obviously he's telling the truth. He said Muslims should drink because all these alcohol companies donate money to Gaza and stuff.

    So there you have it, you can drink! I think this is good news, especially for Muslims going to uni. Now you can integrate with people through alcohol.



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    (Original post by john0101)
    He then said that he was a respected Muslim scholar, and had studied the Quran for decades, so obviously he's telling the truth.
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    Hey if that's his interpretation of that book, then more power to him.
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    (Original post by john0101)
    Today I was at ilford and I was walking my dog. I saw someone I'm Islamic clothing drink from a can of fosters, he looked Somali IMO. I was intrigued so I said "you can't drink, it's Ramadan".

    He enlightened me and said Muslims are allowed to drink and nowhere in the Quran does it say that Muslims are not allowed to consume alcohol.

    He then said that he was a respected Muslim scholar, and had studied the Quran for decades, so obviously he's telling the truth. He said Muslims should drink because all these alcohol companies donate money to Gaza and stuff.

    So there you have it, you can drink! I think this is good news, especially for Muslims going to uni. Now you can integrate with people through alcohol.



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    (Original post by john0101)
    Today I was at ilford and I was walking my dog. I saw someone I'm Islamic clothing drink from a can of fosters, he looked Somali IMO. I was intrigued so I said "you can't drink, it's Ramadan".

    He enlightened me and said Muslims are allowed to drink and nowhere in the Quran does it say that Muslims are not allowed to consume alcohol.

    He then said that he was a respected Muslim scholar, and had studied the Quran for decades, so obviously he's telling the truth. He said Muslims should drink because all these alcohol companies donate money to Gaza and stuff.

    So there you have it, you can drink! I think this is good news, especially for Muslims going to uni. Now you can integrate with people through alcohol.



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    in town center? were was this guy, i wanna check it out man i'm from ilford, da hell
 
 
 
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