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?Make use of some of the [commodities of this ] world to help you in the next world, for I have heard Abu 'Abdallah [i.e. Imam al-Sadiq] (AS) say, ?Make use of some of this [abode] for that one, but do not be a burden on other people.'

Mufaggal b. 'Umar
Ibid. v. 78, p. 381, no. 1

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Question : #747 Category: Food & Drinks
Subject: Muslims as guests
Question: if people are not Muslims, what exactly is required of them, if they wish to entertain Muslims to a meal, over and above the food being halal. (I.e., should it be prepared and served on cooking utensils plates that are used only for Muslims; are there problems about their handling food?)
Answer: Salaam.

For the meal served to be Halal, not only does the meat products have to be of halal nature but the money used should also be earned through halal means.

There aren't any requirements to the way the food is served to make it haram.

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