Musa Furber is a scholar of Islam. He is authorized to teach Islamic law and to issue fatwās. He is especially interested in the application of Islamic law to new and emerging issues. He has translated classic books from disciplines related to the Quran, hadith, law, legal theory and etiquette, and authored original commentaries. He has also written research pieces on a variety of topics, including animal ethics, dispute resolution, nanotechnology, and virtual worlds.

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On Islamic vegetarianism

From my Intensive Animal Farming: Wrongs & Responsibilities paper: Completely eliminating the consumption of animal products is neither a viable or desirable option for Muslims, since animal sacrifice is involved in…

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