http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2014/03/ ... t-buffets/Allah doesn’t want Muslims indulging in all-you-can-eat buffets.
At least that’s what Saudi cleric Saleh al-Fawzan says. On a Saudi Quranic TV station he issued a fatwa –or religious edict -- against the buffets saying dinners should pre-determine the value and quantity of the food to be eaten before buying it, reports Al Arabia.
"Whoever enters the buffet and eats for 10 or 50 riyals ($4-$13) without deciding the quantity they will eat is violating Sharia (Islamic) law," Fawzan was quoted.
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