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  • 1. 99% of the population is Muslim in Turkey. As known, some food and drinks are forbidden (haram) in Islam. For example pork and alcohol.
  • 2.  Our Lord has forbidden eating pork in definitive terms in Qu’ran. So, the majority of the Muslim population don’t eat pork.It is very difficult to find pork in Turkey. It is only available in touristic cities.
  • 3. Intoxicants were forbidden in the Qur'an through several separate verses revealed at different times over a period of years because it was said that people could not pray properly under the effect of intoxicants.
  • 4. Muslims interpret these verses in total to forbid any intoxicating substance -- whether it be wine, beer, gin, whiskey, or whatever. The result is the same, and the Qur'an outlines that it is the intoxication, which makes one forgetful of God and prayer, which is harmful.But Muslims are not sensitive to intoxicants as they are to the pork, especially in special occasions.
  • 5. The Prophet Muhammad also instructed his followers, at the time, to avoid any intoxicating substances -- (paraphrased) "if it intoxicates in a large amount, it is forbidden even in a small amount." For this reason, most observant Muslims avoid alcohol in any form, even small amounts that are sometimes used in cooking

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