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in response to reader comment: Re. Muslims do eat camel meat - by Romesh Chander.

Submitted by Asma Begum (Canada), Jun 2, 2008 at 17:28

Kashrut and Haalal are not identical. Muslims can eat sea-food, camels and there is no restriction in mixing milk and meat. Jews can drink alcohol, Muslims can't.

Muslims do not need to follow Mosaic laws anymore (like keeping Sabbath--it's mentioned in Quran that God punished certain Jews for catching fish during Sabbath)--as God gave them his final law as the Final Testament after the Old and New Testaments.

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