Muslims can drink, just like Muhammad


Lords of the Drinks

It's quite well possible to be a good Muslim and still enjoy a drink once in a while. It’s quite well possible to be a good Muslim and still enjoy a drink once in a while.

It is a general assumption that Muslims can not drink alcohol. Not that all believers of Islam go through life sober, but still it’s considered a sin to have a beer. Well, we did a lot of research and in this story we will explain to you why this assumption is wrong. Muslims are indeed allowed to drink. Wine is even glorified in their holy book the Quran and the prophet Muhammad himself drank too. We hope that soon everywhere in the Middle East the sounds of glasses bashing into eachother will replace those of gunshots. Here we go…

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2 thoughts on “Muslims can drink, just like Muhammad

  1. In the Baha’i Faith, which has generated from Islam, in the same manner as Christianity generated from Judaism, alcoholic beverages are seen as medicinal in nature- not prohibited, but useful in healing. Of course, any medicine used to excess becomes as a poison. It is no surprise to me that His Holiness Muhammad would have partaken of alcoholic drink, on occasion.

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