I advise you not to visit the rulers, and watch what you eat, [so you are certain] it is not haraam.
So ‘Abdur-Razzaaq asked about him, and was told he had not eaten anything for the last three days.
[When] I left Koofah for Makkah, I ate [some] food in Koofah, and the next [time I had something to eat was] in Makkah.
Two characteristics harden the heart: too much talking and too much eating.
Indeed, a man will certainly become full from speech (talking too much), just as he will become full from food (eating too much).
I see a woman in a dream, and know she is not permissible for me, so I turn my gaze away from her.
Indeed one will not find pleasure of food when ill, so how will he find pleasure in worship whilst sinning?
[There are] two things that harden the heart: speaking too much and eating too much.
What is the ruling regarding working with someone whose provision is from haraam earnings?
And what is the ruling regarding eating from the provision of this person on occasions of celebration?
Is it permissible for us to eat fish or chips fried in oil which has been used to fry non-halaal meat, or possibly even pig meat?