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What Is The Philosophy Behind Prohibition Of (Consumption Of) Pork?

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A pig, even for the Europeans, who principally consume pork, is a symbol of dastardliness, and is an animal that is filthy and squalid.  This animal, in sexual issues, is extraordinarily unconcerned, nonchalant and reckless, and apart from the effects of its meat upon the temperament - an issue that has been scientifically established - its effects, especially with respect to recklessness in sexual affairs, are distinctly observed.

 

The prohibition of the consumption of pork had been proclaimed in the Sharia’h of Prophet Musa too, while in the Gospels the sinners have been likened to the pig, which, in the course of anecdotes, has been declared to be the personification of the Satan.

It is a matter of great astonishment that some people, despite witnessing with their own eyes that on the one hand its nourishment is usually filth - at times consuming its own excrement - while on the other - as it is also plain for everyone that -

the meat of this dirty animal contains two forms of a dangerous parasite by the name of trichina and one form of the parasite taenia, still insist on consuming its meat.

A single trichina is capable of spawning 15,000 times within a period of one month and causes various diseases within man such as anaemia, vertigo, diarrhoeal fever, rheumatic pains, nervous stress, internal itching, accumulation of fat, exhaustion and extreme lassitude, breathing problems, difficulty in chewing and swallowing food etc.

 

One kilogram of pork is likely to contain 400 million trichinae and perhaps this was the reason that, some years back, consumption of pork was prohibited in some parts of Russia.

Truly, the religion, whose rulings acquire newer manifestations with the passage of time, is the religion of God - the religion of Islam.

 

Some people assert that by present day means it is possible to eliminate all these parasites and make pork devoid of them, but even upon the supposition that use of sanitary equipments or cooking of meat at high temperatures completely eliminates all the parasites, nevertheless the harms associated with pork cannot be denied for according to the incontrovertible law referred to earlier, the meat of every animal bears the traits of that animal and, by means of the glands and the hormones secreted by them, influences the conduct of those, who consume it. 

Thus, consuming pork may transfer the attributes of sexual depravity and indifference towards the affairs of the womenfolk of the family - the most blatant traits of the male members of this species - into the person who consumes it.

 

And perhaps, one of the reasons for the excessive sexual profligacy dominant in the West could be consumption of the meat of this sordid animal. (1)

 

no pork


Source:

1.   Tafseer-e-Namunah, vol. 1, pg. 586.

 


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