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my father (AS) used to have protruding marks from prostration on his forehead, which he used to cut twice a year, and every time he would do so, he would scrape off five calluses, and came to be nicknamed 'the one with calluses.'

Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir [as]
'Ilal al-Shara'i', p. 233, no. 1

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Question : #567 Category: Food & Drinks
Subject: eating food of Khoha Ismaili
Question: Salaam Alayqum,

Being a shia ithnaesher are we allowed to eat food which is cooked or served by a khoja ismaili, as we having lots of doubts and topics on this issue.
Please help us so to avoid the misunderstandings

Mohtaje dua
Answer: Wa alaikum assalam

Isma'ilis are considered as Muslims, and hence eating their slaughtered food is halal and tahir, as long as they observe correct procedure according to the Shar'.


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