Does cow meat come under the same ruling as camel meat?

Question 98Does cow meat come under the same ruling as camel meat?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions! In regards to nullification of Wudoo’ (ablution) by eating camel meat, cow meat does not take the same ruling of camel meat.This ruling exclusively pertains to camel meat, and is not inclusive of the meat of other animals... read more here.

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What is the ruling on drinking camel milk after performing Wudoo’ ?

Question 97What is the ruling on drinking camel milk after performing Wudoo’ (ablution)? Many Hadeeth about this issue were stated in the Musnad (Hadeeth compilation) of Imaam Ahmad and the Musnad of Ibn Maajah. You can refer to Al-Fath Al-Rabaanee, Part 2, p. 94-95.

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions! Drinking camel milk does not invalidate Wudoo’, according to the more correct of the two scholarly opinions... read more here.

Camel’s fat, entrails, and intestines; does it break the Wudoo’ ?

Question 96We have heard about a disagreement regarding the fat, entrails, and intestines of camels. Some say that the same ruling on camel meat applies to them as there is no proof of their exception. Others say that the Hadeeth only mentions the meat of camels and no Wudoo’ (ablution) is required after eating their fat and entrails. What is the correct opinion regarding this? Moreover, does the newly-born camel that was slaughtered before suckling come under the same ruling as camel meat or rather under its entrails and intestines?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions! Wudoo’ is only invalidated by eating the meat, based on what is stated in the authentic Hadeeth in which the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Perform Wudoo’ after eating camel meat.”The same ruling applies to the newly-born camel, even before suckling because of the generality of the Hadeeth... read more here.

Does eating camel meat invalidate Wudoo’ ?

Question 95Is it necessary to perform Wudoo’ (ablution) after eating camel meat and why?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions! Anyone who eats camel meat must perform Wudoo’, whether the Salaah (Prayer) to be offered is obligatory or supererogatory. This is based on the answer the Prophet (peace be upon him) gave when he (peace be upon him) was asked if Wudoo’ should be performed after eating camel meat, he said, “Yes.” And when he was asked if Wudoo’ should be performed after eating lamb or goat’s meat, he said, “If you wish.” (Related by Imaam Muslim in his “Saheeh [Book of Authentic Hadeeth]”)... read more here.

Reciting the Qur’aan while riding riding an animal or a vehicle

Question 11: Is it permissible to recite the Qur’aan while riding an animal, such as a camel, a horse, a donkey, or while driving a car? Please enlighten us.

Answer: It is permissible for a Muslim to recite the Qur’aan while riding an animal, in a car, or on a plane. It is authentically reported that the Prophet (peace be upon him) offered Salaah (Prayer) while riding his mount…. read more here.

Is Zakaah due on these animals and birds that are not for sale?

Question 3: We have camels, sheep, cows, and different types of birds on our farm that we raise for personal use, not for sale. We sometimes sell some of those that are of no use, such as the old ones. It should be mentioned that these animals never graze freely, but they eat the provender we buy for them from the market or the farm produce. Is Zakaah due on these animals and birds?

Answer: No Zakaah is due on livestock, such as cows, camels, and sheep, or birds that are raised as property or for eating and not for sale, as long as they are not grazing freely and not for sale… read more here.