Non-Muslims often inquire about why Muslims don't consume pork and the reasons for its prohibition in Islam. They also question why pigs are considered undesirable animals in Islamic teachings.
Muslims strictly avoid eating pork as it is considered "haram" in Islam, as stated in the Quran and Hadiths.
Pork consumption is riskier due to historical lack of proper cooking and refrigeration methods, which can carry diseases and parasites that can be harmful to humans.
Islam places a strong emphasis on cleanliness and purity, both physically and spiritually. Pork is considered impure in Islamic tradition, and consuming it is seen as defiling the body and the soul.
For Muslims, obedience to God’s commands as revealed in the Quran is paramount. Avoiding pork is seen as an act of submission and obedience to God’s will.
Ethical Values: Islam encourages ethical and moral behavior, and abstaining from pork aligns with these values.