Welcome to Hotel Sharia in London: Muslim buyout, no more bacon or booze

by 1389 on November 17, 2014

in 1389 (blog admin), food and drink, Shari'a, UK

Daily Mail (UK): Welcome to Hotel Sharia: No more bacon or booze as trendy venue bought out by a Muslim multi-millionaire

  • Strict Islamic policy is imposed at London’s Bermondsey Square Hotel
  • Bar and grill at hotel previously run by Masterchef judge Gregg Wallace
  • New Middle Eastern owner wants to run it ‘in accordance with Sharia law’
  • Drinkers were offered only non-alcoholic beer and elderflower cordial
  • Diners denied dishes that used traces of alcohol such as beer-battered fish
  • Nearby restaurants said they saw a surge in business when customers walked out of the hotel’s grill on Tuesday

Story here.

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1 Uncle Vladdi November 18, 2014 at 11:21 pm

The funniest part of this is that the Qur’an and sharia DON’T ban “alcohol” (thus proving ancient Arabs had absolutely NO understanding of it, despite coining the term)!

SHARIA ONLY BANS CERTAIN TYPES OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (wine, fermented prune juice and fermented mares’ milk) but NOT ALL “ALCOHOL,” and since islam operates on the brazen rule of criminal chaos, where all is allowed except for that which is very clearly and specifically disallowed, all excluded forms of alcoholic drinks (like vodka or potato booze, because Muhammad didn’t specifically mention it) ARE ALLOWED!

In the most authoritative original (Hanifite) sharia text, The Hedaya, (Volume 4, Book 46; LIQUORS; p. # 159) it is asserted:

“There are four prohibited liquors. I. Khamr, (the crude juice of the grape,) and “KHAMR is produced from two trees, namely, the VINE and the DATE.” The term Khamr, moreover, is derived from Mokhamira, signifying, stupefaction, or deprivation of sense, which is a consequence of drinking any inebriating liquor. — In reply to this, however, Haneefa argues that the term Khamr, according to the concurrent opinion of all lexicographers, is used only in the sense above mentioned, whence it is that to liquors of other descriptions other terms are applied, such as Nabeez, Tabeekh, and Mosillis. Another argument is that the illegality of Khamr is indubitable, whence, if every inebriating liquor were Khamr, all such would of course be likewise indubitably illegal, — whereas this is not the case, for there is a doubt regarding them.”

II. Bazik, (the boiled juice of the grape,) termed (when boiled away to one half) Monissaf.

THUS much with respect to Khamr, the first in order of prohibited liquors. — The second species of prohibited liquor, is the juice of grapes boiled until a quantity less than two thirds evaporate. This is denominated Bazik. It is also termed Monissaf; but that is only where exactly one half of it evaporates in boiling. This kind of liquor is unlawful, according to all our doctors; — according to the two disciples, when it only ferments and becomes spirituous; — and according to Haneefa, when it foams and settles. Oozrai has said that Monissaf is lawful; (and several of the tribe of Mutazali have seconded this opinion;) because it is a good liquor, or, in other words, is pleasing to the palate; and also, because it is not Khamr. The argument of our doctors is, that as Monissaf is pure, and equally delicious with Khamr, a number of the idle and dissolute are consequently tempted to drink it; and it is therefore prohibited, with a view to prevent that dissipation which it is found to occasion.

I.E: SHERRY!

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III. Sikker (an infusion of dates.)

THE third species of unlawful liquor is termed Sikkir; and is made by steeping fresh dates in water until they take effect in sweetening it; when it is both unlawful and abominable to drink of it. Shareek-Ibn-Abdoola alleges that it is lawful, as GOD, speaking of his bounty in the KORAN, says “YE ENJOY Sikker FROM THE GRAPE AND THE DATE;” whence we may infer that it is allowable, as bounty cannot apply to any thing unlawful. The argument of our doctors is the concurrent opinion of all the companions upon this point; and with respect to the text above cited, it has a reference to a particular period, having been revealed in the infancy of the religion of Islam, when all sorts of spirituous liquors were lawful.

IN OTHER WORDS ‘GOD’ ABROGATED HIMSELF COMPLETELY AGAIN! HOW ‘PERFECT’ OF HIM!

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IV. Nookoo Zabeeb, (an infusion of raisins.)

THE fourth species of prohibited liquors is Nookoo-Zabeeb*, that is, water in which raisins are steeped until it become sweet, and is affected in its substance. This kind is, however, lawful when merely it possesses a sweet quality; — and is prohibited only when it ferments and becomes spirituous. Oozrai is of a different opinion regarding this liquor likewise.

The three last are not so illegal as Khamr. – They may be held
legal, without incurring a charge of infidelity, and may be
drank (so as not to intoxicate) without punishment.

IT is to be observed that the illegality of these liquors, namely, Bazik, Monissaf, and the Nookoo of dates and raisins, is inferior to that of Khamr. If, therefore, any person hold these lawful, still he is not deemed an infidel. It is otherwise in the case of Khamr; for, with respect to the liquors here mentioned, the illegality is a mere matter of opinion; whereas, with regard to Khamr, the illegality is undisputed.

THUS PROVING THAT ONLY THE SPECIFICS ARE FORBIDDEN.

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Punishment, moreover, is not inflicted for drinking these liquors, except in a quantity sufficient to produce intoxication; whereas the drinking of one drop only of Khamr induces punishment. The filth of these liquors, likewise, according to one tradition, is of a slight degree, and according to another, of a extreme degree; but the filth of Khamr is of an extreme degree, according to every tradition.”

PROVING THEY DIDN’T KNOW ALCOHOL IS BACTERIA WASTE.

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“They may also be sold; and are a subject of responsibility.”

NOTE: IN SHARIA, MUSLIMS MAY ALSO PROFIT BY SELLING PORK AND ALCOHOL TO INFIDELS, SO I HOPE THIS TARD’S RASH DECISION LEADS TO HIS BANKRUPTCY!

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