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March 24, 2019, 01:35 AM
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not even close  :D
Mutton or lamb, correct? Rice is cooked with chicken stock, I ate it few weeks ago!


March 24, 2019, 04:33 AM
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It's called Kabsah

I wish I could invite you guys & gals one day to eat with me this delicious dish.

My challenge: What kind of meat is it?

It doesn’t look like Poultry meat indeed. (My favorite meat is duck breast).
And it’s a bit too redish to be pork. I’m pretty sure you don’t eat that kind of meat anyway.
Therefore, I would say it’s veal with rice. Now what kind of part is it? It doesn’t look like grilled veal liver seasoned with parsley, instead, it looks like spring veal sauté, the one that combines small chunks of veal with spring onions in a white-wine sauce with just a dash of cream.


March 24, 2019, 04:48 AM
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Nope. Unfortunately, you are all wrong.

I won't keep you guessing.



It's these beautiful special creatures.

Camels provide lean, tasty, and healthy meat.



Also, female camel milk is amazing.
I used to get 2 liters free every few days, fresh and unpasteurized.
What might surprise you is not just the unique sweet/salty taste, but the somnolence that takes over you & makes you just want to sleep.
From my experience, if you ever want to try camel milk, find a female that had only given birth once, trust me.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

March 24, 2019, 02:04 PM
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Nope. Unfortunately, you are all wrong.

I won't keep you guessing.



It's these beautiful special creatures.

Camels provide lean, tasty, and healthy meat.



Also, female camel milk is amazing.
I used to get 2 liters free every few days, fresh and unpasteurized.
What might surprise you is not just the unique sweet/salty taste, but the somnolence that takes over you & makes you just want to sleep.
From my experience, if you ever want to try camel milk, find a female that had only given birth once, trust me.

I do believe you on the last row 'From my experience, if you ever want to try camel milk, find a female that had only given birth once, trust me.'
It's the same with Cow.

I was given twice in my life a certain dish that is made from the first Cow milk that was produced after the cow had only given birth once.
It's one of the best things I can remember, in terms of food.

March 25, 2019, 01:42 AM
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Nope. Unfortunately, you are all wrong.

I won't keep you guessing.



It's these beautiful special creatures.

Camels provide lean, tasty, and healthy meat.



Also, female camel milk is amazing.
I used to get 2 liters free every few days, fresh and unpasteurized.
What might surprise you is not just the unique sweet/salty taste, but the somnolence that takes over you & makes you just want to sleep.
From my experience, if you ever want to try camel milk, find a female that had only given birth once, trust me.
I heard Camel meat is tasty and I always thought it was only for rich arabs who buy them for special occasions.
Can I ask you something? Can a male camel give milk when you specifically said female camel milk? I think only females can secrete milk because of their.. .. you know what I'm saying. I don't want to offend females. I lose my mind when I speak about science and often people around me look offended or throw up when I talk about Biology and personal stuffs related to mammalian species.


March 25, 2019, 12:40 PM
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Well, concerning the dromedary meat, I would not have thought of that.
But I guess that Arabian camels are valuable for the Bedouins of the desert. They must use them to reach Makkah. They might not eat such meat every day.

I have a technical question concerning the movie "when pigs have wings"for the scholars who are speaking Arabic fluently.
In Arabic, the usual word for pork is "halouf". But I noticed that the main character is using the word "hinzir". Is this a common word? Do they have the same meaning?
In French the word "porc" is generally used for the meat while "cochon" is used as the generic term for the pig.

March 26, 2019, 05:32 PM
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I heard Camel meat is tasty and I always thought it was only for rich arabs who buy them for special occasions.
Can I ask you something? Can a male camel give milk when you specifically said female camel milk? I think only females can secrete milk because of their.. .. you know what I'm saying. I don't want to offend females. I lose my mind when I speak about science and often people around me look offended or throw up when I talk about Biology and personal stuffs related to mammalian species.

Camel meat is surely great tasting. It costs around 45-50 riyals.. around 13$ a kilo.
As to male Camels, no they don't give milk.  ;D
That's exactly the reason I said female Camel milk..
The word Camel refers to a male (Jamal).. The female in Arabic is called a Nagah.
If an Arab says Camel milk, people usually laugh at him/her for the obvious and gross unintended pun. ;D
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

March 26, 2019, 06:02 PM
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I have a technical question concerning the movie "when pigs have wings"for the scholars who are speaking Arabic fluently.
In Arabic, the usual word for pork is "halouf". But I noticed that the main character is using the word "hinzir". Is this a common word? Do they have the same meaning?
In French the word "porc" is generally used for the meat while "cochon" is used as the generic term for the pig.

Khinzeer is the true Arabic word for pig or swine. Khanazeer is the plural. Halouf is modern slang.
It's in the Quran:
Say, "I do not find within that which was revealed to me [anything] forbidden to one who would eat it unless it be a dead animal or blood spilled out or the flesh of swine - for indeed, it is impure - or it be [that slaughtered in] disobedience, dedicated to other than Allah . But whoever is forced [by necessity], neither desiring [it] nor transgressing [its limit], then indeed, your Lord is Forgiving and Merciful."
6:125

The prophet (peace be upon him) also spoke of it:
"The son of Mary will soon descend among you and will judge justly: he will break the cross and kill the pig"
(Narrated by Al-Bukhari)

As to "When Pigs Fly"
I always had kids in the states telling me "Do pigs fly in Saudi Arabia"
Arabs have a similar metaphor referring to the impossible
The say "When cows come to Hajj on their horns" :)
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

March 26, 2019, 07:00 PM
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Khinzeer is the true Arabic word for pig or swine. Khanazeer is the plural. Halouf is modern slang.
It's in the Quran:
Say, "I do not find within that which was revealed to me [anything] forbidden to one who would eat it unless it be a dead animal or blood spilled out or the flesh of swine - for indeed, it is impure - or it be [that slaughtered in] disobedience, dedicated to other than Allah . But whoever is forced [by necessity], neither desiring [it] nor transgressing [its limit], then indeed, your Lord is Forgiving and Merciful."
6:125
Thanks for these explanations. Thanks to you I'll be able to speak Arabic pretty soon.

The prophet (peace be upon him) also spoke of it:
"The son of Mary will soon descend among you and will judge justly: he will break the cross and kill the pig"
(Narrated by Al-Bukhari)
I knew that he walked on water and rose from the dead, but I didn't know he killed a pig. This event might not be present in the bible. But maybe it's not a miracle.
I don't know who this Al-Bukhari is, but I remember I heard this name in a debate about Islam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1BsWcrju1E
Apparently Karim al Hanafi got himself in a tough situation confronting a specialist like Odon Lafontaine, who wrote a book about Islam.
It's in French, but you might understand it more than I did.
Note that a certain Majid was afraid to debate with Karim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_dSj8Dio4U
However, feel free to contact Karim, I like watching interesting debates. If you are swearing in Arabic, I might be able to understand, otherwise English subtitles will be needed.
Note that I don't know if Karim Al Hanifi speaks Arabic since he's a convert to Islam but I guess that aa1234779 knows Islam so well that it's preferable if you don't understand each other.

March 27, 2019, 12:03 AM
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I'm not a specialist in debates even though I know my religion to a certain degree, the Quran & the sayings of Muhammad (peace be upon him) which are narrated in books such as that compiled by Al-Bukhari which is the most correct book after the Quran.
Then comes the book compiled by Imam Muslim, then 4 other books which vary in correctness.
Many scholars have figured out the correctness of many Hadiths (sayings) through studying the life of thousands of narrators.
It's something I like to describe as spontaneous 'Intelligence work' in the first 3 centuries after the Prophet.
Coming back to debates.
I saw a minute of the video.
The Muslim guy's body language says he's very nervous.
Unfortunately, my knowledge of French is very bad.
I took 2 French courses in the University in order to graduate in an English bachelors degree.
Good for me, it was a summer semester and I was one of two students in that class.
I befriended the professor who was also the head of the European languages section.
I barely passed with a 65 & a 60.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU