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Index of Topics for Laws of Judaism and Islam Concerning Food

 

 

The index below includes topics related to the food laws of Judaism and Islam. A few topics related to ritual purity are also mentioned, but only when they relate directly to food.  Ritual purity is discussed more completely in the separate sections of the Laws of Religion website on Ritual Purity in Judaism and Ritual Purity in Islam.

 

 

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Adam – plant materials as food

          Judaism, Torah – Food page 2

 

Afterlife

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8, page 10

 

Animal filth

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3a, page 3b, page 3c, page 4

 

Animal skins, forbidden or permitted for use

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

Animals forbidden for food (see also: Swine, Dead meat…)

          Animals that eat filth

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

          Birds forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 10 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 10

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 7 

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Cats

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Creeping animals

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 8

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 8

                    Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Deity other than Allah invoked on killing animal

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 6

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 6

          Dogs

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 16 

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7, page 16 

          Donkeys

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 7 

                    Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

                    Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Fanged beasts; animals that hunt

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 7 

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Hooves not cloven or cud not chewed

                    Judaism, Torah – Food page 4

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

          Horses

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Human flesh and fat forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

          Meat and milk

                   Kid not to be boiled in its mother’s milk

                             Judaism, Torah – Food page 5

                   Forbidden to cook or eat meat and milk together

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2a, page 2b, page 5

                   Punishment for cooking or eating meat and milk together

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

          Mice/Rats

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 16 

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7, page 16 

          Moves on paws, on belly, on all four or on many feet

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 8

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 8

          Mules

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Ox that has killed a person

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 8

          Pigs (see Swine)

          Punishment for eating forbidden animals

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4, page 8, page 9

          Ritual impurity results from touching dead body of forbidden animal

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 4, page 8

          Scorpions

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7

          Swine (see separate listing: Swine)

          Water animals that are forbidden for eating

                    Judaism, Torah – Food page 9

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 9

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7a, page 7b 

 

Animals permitted for food

          Birds permitted for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 10 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 10

          Cloven hooves and cud chewed

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 4

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

          Human milk permitted for consumption

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

          List of permitted animals

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 4

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

          Water animals that are permitted for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 9

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 9

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 9

 

Animals, treatment of

          Animals owned by a person must be maintained by that person

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

          Bird sitting on eggs or offspring not to be taken from nest

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 5

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

          Boiling kid in its mother’s milk forbidden

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 5

          Cursing an animal is offensive

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

          Dogs (see separate listing: Dogs)

          Geckos to be killed

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 17

          Harming animals in various ways forbidden

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 17

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

          Helping any living thing merits divine reward

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 17

          Killing animals in war restricted

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

          Killing domestic animal and her offspring on same day

                   Forbidden to do this

                             Judaism, Torah – Food page 5

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

                   Slaughterer to be flogged but meat may be eaten

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

          Slaughtering methods to reduce pain of animal

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 17

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

          Trapped animal or animal in a well

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 18

          Working animals

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 18

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 18

 

Apostate

          Same status as heathen (idol-worshiper, polytheist) (see also: Polytheists)

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13

 

Asceticism

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 19

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 19

 

 

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Benefiting from (giving away, selling, etc.) forbidden foods

          General rules

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2, page 13

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 3

          Forbidden fat

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 2, page 3 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2, page 3

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 3

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

          Food from animal that died by itself

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 2, page 6

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 3

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

          Swine/pig

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 3, page 5

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food  page 5

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

          Wine

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3 

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

Beverage containers, permitted and prohibited

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

 

Birds

          Bird sitting on eggs or offspring

Not to be taken from nest

                              Judaism, Torah – Food page 5

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

                   Punishment for taking from nest

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

          Forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 10 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 10

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 7 

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

          Permitted for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 10 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 10

          Punishment for eating forbidden bird

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 10

 

Blessings, prayers, reciting divine names over food

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 6

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 6, page 9a, page 9b

         

Blood

Blood prohibited to consume

                    Judaism, Torah – Food page 3

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2, page 4

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 4

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

          Impurity and filth of blood

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

          Removal of blood – procedures for meat

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

 

Blood vessels and membranes – certain ones prohibited to consume

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

 

 

Camel

          Drinking milk and urine of

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3, page 4

 

          Eating meat from nullifies ablution

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 5

 

          Forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 4

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

         

Charity (see also: Tithe, Zakat)

          Judaism, Torah – Food page 15

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13a, page 13b, page 15a, page 15b, page 15c

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 20

 

Christians

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 15

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 5, page 8, page 9, page 15

 

Children, obligation to support

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food, page 16a, page 16b, page 16c

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 13

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 13, page 20

 

Clean animals (see Animals permitted for food)

 

Cleanliness of food

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

Crops, Laws regulating planting, harvesting, eating

          First three years fruit not eaten

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 11, page 14                 

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

          Fourth years fruit as offering

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 11 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

          Jubilee (50) year restrictions on crops

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 11 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

          Mixed plantings forbidden

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 11 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

          New grain harvest not eaten until Passover

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 11 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11page 15  

Sabbatical (7) year restrictions on crops

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 11 

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11 , page 15

          Punishments for violating laws concerning crops

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11a, page 11b, page 11c, page 11d

 

                  

Divorced wife, maintenance of

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 16

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 13

 

Dead meat; dead animal; animal that died by itself; animal not properly slaughtered (or, in Islam, hunted)

          Dead meat forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 6

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 6

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2, page 3, page 9 

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

                    Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3, page 9

Forbidden for selling (see Benefiting from forbidden foods)

Punishment for eating dead meat

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 6

          Ritual impurity from, filth of, body of animal that died by itself

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 6

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3a, page 3b

Skins of dead animals (not properly slaughtered)

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 3

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3, page 9

 

Dogs

          impurity and filth of

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3 

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

selling of

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

          to be treated well

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 17

to be killed

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 17

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

 

Drunkenness (see Intoxicants)

 

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Eggs

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

Etiquette (see Manners when eating)

 

Exemptions – those permitted to eat forbidden foods

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2a, page 2b

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 2, page 3, page 8 

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

 

Fanged animals; animals that hunt – forbidden for eating

          Islam – Food page 2

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 7 

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7 

 

Fat, prohibited to consume

          Judaism, Torah – Food page 3

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

 

First years’ fruits and other products

          Judaism, Torah – Food page 14a , page 14b

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14a , page 14b

 

Fish (see Water animals)

 

Filth

Prohibition from eating

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 2, page 3a, page 3b, page 3c, page 3d, page 4

Prohibition from selling

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

                                                                                

Foods favored and unfavored

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 19

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 11, page 12

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 11

 

Foods, forbidden (see also Animals forbidden for food)

          Overview

                   Judaism – Food page 2

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 2a, page 2b

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2a, page 2b, page 13, page 19

                    Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 2

 

 

Gold and silver, eating from

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 10

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 10a , page 10b

 

Guests, obligations toward

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 20

 

 

Hand, eating with right hand

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 18

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 18

 

Harmful things to be avoided

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 19

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

Healthy and unhealthy foods

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 19

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 14

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 14

 

Heathens (see Polytheists)

 

Hunting, permitted and forbidden meat from

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 6, page 9, page 16        

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 9, page 16

 

 

Idolators, idol-worshipers (see Polytheists)

 

Inheritance

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 16

 

Insects

          Forbidden and permitted for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 7

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 7

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3, page 7 

          Punishment for eating forbidden insect

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 7

          Ritual impurity from touching body of forbidden insect

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 7

 

Intoxicants (See also: Beverage containers, permitted and prohibited)

          Restrictions on consumption and sale of intoxicating beverages

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 12

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2, page 8

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3a, page 3b

Actions to be avoided when intoxicated

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 12a, page 12b  

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Ritual Purity page 2, page 8

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

          Intoxication of a learned sage

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 20

          Responsibility for one’s actions when intoxicated

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 12

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

          Punishments for violations of laws concerning intoxicating beverages

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 12

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

          Wine as filth

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3a, page 3b

          Wine of idolators (polytheists, heathens)

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 13

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13a, page 13b

          Wine touched by idolators (polytheists, heathens)

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13

          Wine, types of intoxicating beverages

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8

 

 

Jews in Islam (see Muslims in Judaism and Jews in Islam)

 

 

Ka’ba (Mecca) and Temple (Jerusalem)/Tabernacle of Congregation/Tent of Meeting

          Judaism – Food page 1

          Judaism, Torah – Food   page 12, page 14a, page 14b, page 14c, page 14d, page 17

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2, page 11a, page 11b, page 12, page 14a, page 14b, page 14c, page 14d, page 14e

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 9, page 16

                  

 

Law

Changing the law

                    Judaism, Torah – Food page 2

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2, page 7, page 8 

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

Responsibility to know what is forbidden

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 2

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 2

          Restoration of all laws when King Messiah arrives

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 2

 

Levites (see Priests)

 

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Manners when eating

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 20

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 18

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 18 

 

Messiah

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14a, page 14b, page 15

 

Menstruating (or other vaginally blood-emitting) woman, eating with

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3, page 4

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5a, page 5b

 

Milk    (for Milk and meat see Animals forbidden for food)

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides page 2a, page 2b, page 4, page 19    

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 6, page 7, page 12, page 20     

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3a, page 3b

 

Miracles of Muhammad creating food and water

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 19

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 5

 

Mixtures of forbidden and permitted foods

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

                                                      

Moderation in consumption

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 19

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 19

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 19

 

Muslims in Judaism and Jews in Islam

          Judaism – Ritual Purity page 1

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13a, page 13b, page 13c, page 17         

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2, page 15  

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food  page 5, page 8, page 9, page 15

 

         

Nebelah (Hebrew), (see Dead meat; dead animal; animal that died by itself; animal not properly slaughtered)

 

Non-Jews in Judaism, Non-Muslims in Islam

          Charity given to

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 15a, page 15b

Buying food from

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 15

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 15

 

Noah – meat and fish as food

          Judaism, Torah – Food page 2

 

Nursing children

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 13

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 13

 

 

Orphan, obligations to

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 20

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 20

 

 

Paradise (see Afterlife)

 

Pig, pork (see Swine)

 

Polytheists (idolators, idol-worshipers, heathens)

          Consuming food or drinks of polytheists; eating or drinking with polytheists

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 13

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13a, page 13b, page 13c, page 13d, page 13e, page 13f, page 17

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 15

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 9

Food containers and utensils of polytheists

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13a, page 13b

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 15

Giving charity to, accepting charity from, polytheists

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13

          Jews who become polytheists

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 13

          Restrictions on polytheists

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food  page 5

 

Prayer blocked by animals or people

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

 

Prayer, place of – Purity and cleanliness of

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 2, page 3a, page 3b, page 4a, page 4b

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 2, page 3

 

Priests and Levites

          Sacrifices given to Priests and Levites

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 14, page 15

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

          Ritual purity and impurity of Priests and Levites

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 14

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

 

Punishments for violating laws – general descriptions

          Death at the hand of Heaven

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

          Death; execution

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

Death without trial

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 13

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

          Enormity

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3

          Extinction, Soul cut off from people, karet

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

          Flogging, lashing

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8a, page 8b

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8

          Flogging for disobedience

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

                  

Punishments for violating laws – specific applications

          Death at the hand of Heaven

                   for priest in Jerusalem Temple drunk from wine

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 12

                   for non-priest eating first fruits offering that has been in Jerusalem

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

                   for eating from dough from which dough offering has not been removed

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

                   for eating food from which tithe or heave offering has not been removed

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

                   for a non-priest or ritually impure priest who eats heave offering

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

          Death; execution

                   for drinking intoxicants four times

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

                   for intentionally working on the Sabbath (including performing ritual slaughter of animal)

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 17

          for slaughtering an animal for purpose of idolatry

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 17

Death without trial for a violation committed to demonstrate disbelief

                    Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

          Denial of forbidden thing after death

                   Wine

                             Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

                   Drinking from silver vessels

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 10

          Enormity

                   branding an animal’s face

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

                   consuming blood

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3, page 4

                   drinking wine, selling wine, etc.

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8a , page 8b  

                   eating dead (unslaughtered) meat

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3, page 9

                   eating food over which Allah’s name has not been pronounced

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 6

                   eating or drinking from silver or gold

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 10

                   eating swine

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 3, page 5

                   eating with left hand

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 18

                   failing to feed one’s cat and it dies

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 17

                   slaughtering an animal in the name of another deity

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 6

                   taking an orphan’s property

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 20

 

          Extinction, Soul cut off from people, karet (Hebrew)

          for consuming blood

                             Judaism, Torah – Food page 3

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

          for consuming fat

                             Judaism, Torah – Food page 3

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

          for working on the Day of Atonement

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 17

Flogging, lashing

                   for cooking or eating meat and milk together

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

                   for drinking wine or other intoxicant

                             Islam – Food page 2

                             Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8

                             Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 8 

                   for drinking wine used in idol worship

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13a, page 13b

for eating animal part torn off by other animals

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 6

                   for eating creeping animal

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 8

                   for eating dead meat (from animal not properly slaughtered)

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 6, page 17

          for eating fat of a nebelah (animal not properly slaughtered)

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

          for eating fat of a terefah (animal torn by other animals)

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

                   for eating food used in idol worship

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 13a, page 13b

                   for eating fruit of first three years in the Land of Israel

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

                   for eating forbidden insect

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 7

                   for eating forbidden bird

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 10

                   for eating living bird

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 6

                   for eating from mixed planting in a vineyard in the Land of Israel

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

                   for eating from mixed planting not in a vineyard in the Land of Israel

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

                   for eating meat or fat from a prohibited (unclean) animal

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

                    for eating new grain harvest before Passover

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

                    for eating sinew from thigh of animal

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 8

                   for eating prohibited animal from water

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 9

                   for eating second tithe outside Jerusalem or when ritually impure

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

                   for harvesting and using crops from corners of field, gleanings

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 15

                   for priest in Jerusalem Temple drunk from something other than wine

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 12

                   for priest eating first fruits offering outside of Jerusalem

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

                    for preventing a working animal from eating

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 18

for Sabbatical year crop violations

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

                   for slaughtering animal on the Day of Atonement

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 17

                    for slaughtering domestic animal and her offspring on same day

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

                   for taking a mother bird sitting on young or on eggs

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 5

                    No flogging for eating human flesh and fat

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

 

          Flogging for disobedience

                   for benefiting from prohibited food

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 2

          for butcher who fails to remove forbidden fat

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

          for consuming human blood

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

          for consuming prohibited blood vessels, membranes

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 3

                   for eating from dough from which dough offering has not been removed

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

                   for eating food from which tithe or heave offering has not been removed

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

                   for eating from mixed planting in a vineyard outside the Land of Israel

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

                   for eating fruit of first three years outside the Land of Israel

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 11

                   for eating second tithe outside Jerusalem or when ritually impure

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

          for failing to give sufficient alms to the poor

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 15

          for ignoring danger to oneself or others

                             Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 19

 

          Turned into monkeys and pigs and destroyed by Allah in the night

                   for saying that alcohol is permitted

                             Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 8

 

Purification from ritual impurity

          After eating dead animal (that died by itself)

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 6

          After eating from animal torn by other animals

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 6

 

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Rennet, for making cheese

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

 

Sacrifices and offerings

          Ritual purity of sacrifices and offerings

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 14

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14

 

Selling forbidden foods (see Benefiting from forbidden foods)

 

Sinew from thigh of animal

Forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 8

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 8

          Punishment for eating sinew from thigh of animal

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 8

 

Slaughter of animals; ritual slaughter

          Animals requiring ritual slaughter

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 17

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 9

          Procedures for ritual slaughter

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 17

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 6

                    Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 6, page 9

          Requirements for ritual slaughterers

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 17

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 9

 

Standing, sitting when eating and drinking

          Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 18

 

Swine/pig

          Forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 4

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 4

                   Islam – Food page 2

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 2, page 5    

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food  page 5

Forbidden for selling (see Benefiting from forbidden foods)

          Impurity and filth of

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3a, page 3b, page 3c     

Skins of

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 5, page 9

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

 

Temple (Jerusalem); Tabernacle of Congregation; Tent of Meeting (see Ka’ba (Mecca) and Temple (Jerusalem)…)

 

Tithe, zakat (see also: Charity)

          Judaism, Torah – Food page 14, page 15

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 14a, page 14b, page 14c, page 15

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 20

Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 20

 

Terefah (Hebrew), (see Torn animal)

 

Torn animal

          Meat torn or cut from living animals forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 6

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food  page 6page 17

                   Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 3

          Ritual impurity from eating animal torn by other animals

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 6

 

 

Unclean animals (see Animals forbidden for food)

 

 

Washing before or after meals

          Judaism – Ritual Purity page 1, page 8

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 20

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Ritual Purity page 2

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Ritual Purity page 5a, page 5b

 

Water animals

          Animals from water forbidden for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 9

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 9

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 7a, page 7b 

          Animals from water permitted for eating

                   Judaism, Torah – Food page 9

                   Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 9

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 9

Blood from fish

                   Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 4

          Impurity and filth of water animals

Islam, Jurisprudence – Ritual Purity page 3

 

Widow, support of

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 16

 

Workers, feeding by employer

          Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 15

 

Wife, right to be supported

          Judaism, Torah – Food page 16

Judaism, Law Code of Maimonides – Food page 16

Islam, Qur’an and Hadith – Food page 13

          Islam, Jurisprudence – Food page 13

 

Wine (see Intoxicants)

 

 

Zakat, see Tithe, Zakat

 

 

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