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    Say if they drink a non alcoholic drink what's the problem?
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    Tbh I just go. Not sure if it's allowed or not.
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    Most won't have a problem with it, though you'll get some types who'd say it isn't allowed due to the type of environment you're in.
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    (Original post by gabriellakhan)
    Tbh I just go. Not sure if it's allowed or not.
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    Yes. Although my Muslim friend always looks a little forlorn as he sits there with his J2O.
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    (Original post by gabriellakhan)
    Tbh I just go. Not sure if it's allowed or not.
    You're gonna wake up to a lot of notifications :lol:
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    I don't think your supposed go due to the potential influence. But in the end I don't exactly think it's a sin either.
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    drink a protein shake lul
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    You can't really buy anything from the pub themselves as that would be supporting their business, so it depends really. But, it shouldn't really matter at all.
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    Imo going into a pub is like going into a restaurant that sells non-halal food. Not a big deal really. Bars are a different story.
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    I have a Muslim friend who comes to pubs and bars with us and he gets soft drinks, he's never had a problem with it. I guess it depends on how strict they are. I'm sure some will say it's not permissible to even enter the place where alcohol is served and you'll have an array of views all the way to some arguing drinking is fine as long as you aren't drunk.
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    You're gonna wake up to a lot of notifications :lol:
    Lmao halal brigade on its way :rofl:
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    If my friends have never been into a pub before they're often reluctant or just refuse (usually I have to explain pub =/= bar =/= club, and that people usually aren't grinding up against each other smashed off their face down in the local...Lol). But once they've been in they rarely care, especially if the pub is quite food oriented. But not all will go in
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    Who is dis-allowing them?
    What are they being dis-allowed?
    Is it not a personal decision?
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    (Original post by Palmyra)
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    You're gonna wake up to a lot of notifications :lol:
    I'm not fussed. :lol: Each to their own.
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    (Original post by karl pilkington)
    Say if they drink a non alcoholic drink what's the problem?
    there isn't any.
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    Yes, anyone is allowed to drink in a pub providing they are over 18 and are not abusive or intoxicated to the point of endangering themselves or others

    We can refuse to serve you for being too drunk but not for being too Muslim!
 
 
 
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