The reason why Alcohol is forbidden in Islam


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    The reason why Alcohol is forbidden in Islam




    Alcohol is a syrup that contains the alcohol known scientifically as "ethanol", and is made from many foods such as grapes and barley, and has several ways in it. Manufacturing as fermentation and distillation.The wine is the basis of evil, because it paves the way for it. There is no ill-evil or evil that the owner is wary of doing, unless it is easy for him to drink alcohol. He destroys the conscience's sound of the person, or weakens his voice at least inside him, so he does not feel anything worse also never feels that what he is doing bad or wrong because his brain or soul conscience is absent because of the wine,he, and for that his prohibition came in Islam.

    The wine is prohibited in Islam because it does kill The conscience and sense of shyness, which is the crown of morality and its pillars.Alcohol has devastating health effects for the body in the short and long term, it affects a person's social life, and has serious consequences for communities.

    Wine or alcohol has healthy effects  which do not take too long to appear on the person and his health and body.
    The great influence  is on the brain and the pathways of neural communication, which in turn may lead to loss of alcoholism the ability to judge things and events.

    Effect on the consistency of body movements, such as walking and driving, so the drunk can not be able to coordinate and control,turbulence, and difficulty and lack of  concentration ,Inconsistency and stuttering,Loss of deterrence; where the drunk may break laws and regulations and wreak havoc in the commission of the forbidden,and it is worthy note that Excessive drinking may lead to difficulty breathing ability. Alcohol may lead to coma,excessive drinking may lead to sudden death.

     The wine has healthy effects that take a long time to appear on the person, his health and his body, of them:

    Shrinkage and contraction of the brain tissue of the abuser, according to studies conducted by the National Institutes of Health in the United States.

    Problems and negative effects in memory.
    Slow thinking.
    mouth cancer.
    Cancer of the throat.
    Changes and fluctuations in mood and behavior as depression.
    Increased risk of myocardium infarction.

    Heartbeat disorders.
    brain attack.
    Cancer of the esophagus.
    breast cancer.

    Problems and fatty fluctuations in the liver, leading to inflammation, and in some cases may lead to failure.
    Alcoholic hepatitis.
    Liver cirrhosis.
    Liver Cancer.



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