Question: Is it permissible for a Muslim to be generous to non-Muslim companions by offering them foods and drinks that are prohibited by Islaam upon Muslims? What is the ruling on this especially when a Muslim visits his non-Muslim companion?
Answer: Islaam is the religion of tolerance and ease; it is also the religion of justice. Generosity to companions is one of the morals of Islaam. But if the companion is a non-Muslim, then the ruling differs according to the intention of the Muslim who offers, and what is being offered… read more here.