2:85 But then here you are killing each other and expelling a group of you from their homes; you act towards them with evil and animosity. And if they come to you as prisoners, you ransom them while it was unlawful (MUHARRAMUN) for you to expel them! Do you believe in part of the Book and disbelieve in part? The punishment for those among you who do so is humiliation in this worldly life, and on the Day of Resurrection they will be delivered to the most severe retribution. Allah is not unaware of what you all do.
2:168 O people, eat from what is on the earth as good and lawful (HALALAN), and do not follow in the footsteps of the devil. He is to you a clear enemy.
2:173 He has only made unlawful (HARRAMA) for you that which is already dead, and the blood, and the meat of pig, and what was dedicated with to other than Allah. But whoever is forced to, without seeking disobedience or transgression, then there is no sin upon him. Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
2:187 It has been made lawful (OHILLA) for you during the night of fasting to approach your women sexually. They are a garment for you and you are a garment for them. Allah knows that you used to betray your souls so He has accepted your repentance, and forgiven you; now you may approach them and seek what Allah has written for you. And you may eat and drink until the white thread is distinct from the black thread of dawn; then you shall complete the fast until night; and do not approach them while you are devoted in the temples. These are the boundaries of Allah, so do not transgress them. It is thus that Allah clarifies His revelations to the people who they may be righteous.
2:194 The restricted (HARRAMU) month may be met with in the restricted (HARRAMI) month, and what is unlawful may be met with retaliation. Whoever attacks you, then you shall attack him the same as he attacked you; and be aware of Allah, and know that Allah is with the righteous.
2:228 And those divorced shall wait for three menstruation periods; and it is not lawful (YAHILLU) for them to conceal what Allah has created in their wombs, if they believe in Allah and the Last Day. And their husbands would then have just cause to return together, if they both wish to reconcile. And the obligations owed to them are to be fulfilled, as are the obligations owed by them. But the men will have a greater responsibility over them in this. And Allah is Noble, Wise.
2:229 The divorce is allowed twice. So, either they remain together equitably, or they part ways with goodness. And it is not lawful (YAHILLU) for you to take back anything you have given them unless you fear that they will not uphold the boundaries of Allah. So if you fear that they will not uphold the boundaries of Allah, then there is no sin upon them for what is given back. These are the boundaries of Allah so do not transgress them. And whoever shall transgress the boundaries of Allah, then these are the wicked.
2:230 So if he divorces her again, then she will not be lawful (TAHILLU) for him until after she has married a different husband; if he divorces her; then there is no sin that they come back together if they think they will uphold the boundaries of Allah. These are the boundaries of Allah, He clarifies them for a people who know.
2:275 Those who consume usury do not rise except as one being influenced by the touch of the devil. That is because they have said: “Trade is the same as usury.” While Allah has made trade lawful (AHALLA), and He has made usury unlawful (HARRAMA). Whoever has received understanding from His Lord and ceases, then he will be forgiven for what was before this and his case will be with Allah. But whoever returns, then they are the people of the Fire, in it they will abide.
3:50 “And authenticating what is between my hands of the Torah, and to make lawful (UHILLA) some of that which was made unlawful (HURRIMA) to you; and I have come to you with a sign from your Lord, so be aware of Allah and obey me.”
3:93 All the food was made lawful to the Children of Israel except what Israel forbade for himself before the Torah was sent down. Say: “Bring the Torah and recite it if you are truthful.”
4:19 O you who believe, it is not lawful (YAHILLU) for you to inherit from the women by force. And do not make difficulty for them so that you may take away some of what you have given them, unless they commit a clear lewdness. And live with them in kindness. If you dislike them, then perhaps you dislike something while Allah makes in it much good.
4:160 Because of the wickedness from among those who are Jewish, We made unlawful (HARRAMNA) to them the good things that were lawful (UHILLAT) to them; and for their deterring many from the path of Allah.
5:1 O you who believe, honor your contracts. Made lawful (UHILLAT) for you are the animals of the livestock, except that which is being recited to you. You are not permitted to hunt the game while you are under restriction (HURUMUN). Allah decrees as He pleases.
5:2 O you who believe, do not violate (TUHILLU) the symbols of Allah, nor the restricted (HARAMA) Full moon, nor the donations, nor what is regulated, nor the safety made by the Restricted House (Bait Ul Haram); for they are seeking a bounty from their Lord and a blessing. And when it is permitted for you, then you may hunt. And let not the hatred of another people; because they had barred you from the Restricted Mosque (Masjid Al Haram); make you aggress. And help each other in piety and righteousness, and do not help each other in sin and aggression. And be aware of Allah, for the retribution of Allah is severe.
5:4 They ask you what was made lawful (UHILLA) to them, say: “All the good things have been made lawful (UHILLA) for you, and what the trained dogs and birds catch, you teach them from what Allah teaches you.” So eat from what they have captured for you and mention the name of Allah upon it, and be aware of Allah. Allah is swift in reckoning.
5:5 Today, the good things have been made lawful (UHILLA) to you, and the food of those who have been given the Book is lawful (HILLUN) for you, and your food is lawful (HILLUN) for them; and the independent females from those who are believers, and the independent females from those who have been given the Book before you, if you have given them their dowries, to be independent, not for illicit sex or taking lovers. And whoever rejects belief, then his work has fallen, and in the Hereafter he is of the losers.
5:87 O you who believe, do not make unlawful (TUHARRIMU) the good things that Allah has made lawful (AHALLA) to you, and do not aggress; Allah does not love the aggressors.
5:88 And eat from what Allah has provided for you, good and lawful; and be aware of Allah in whom you believe.
5:96 Lawful (HALALAN) for you is the catch of the sea, to eat it as enjoyment for you and for those who travel; and unlawful HURRIMA) for you is the catch of the land as long as you are under restriction (HURRUMUN); and be aware of Allah to whom you will be gathered.
6:119 And why should you not eat that on which the name of Allah has been mentioned, when He has fully detailed to you what has been made unlawful (HARRAMA); except what you are forced to? Many misguide by their desires without knowledge; your Lord is fully aware of the transgressors.
6:138 And they said: “These livestock and crops are reserved, and none shall eat from them except as we please,” by their claims; and livestock whose backs are unlawful (HURRIMAT), and livestock over which they do not mention the name of Allah as an innovation against Him. He will recompense them for what they invented.
6:139 And they said: “What is in the bellies of these livestock is purely for our males and unlawful (MUHARRAMUN) for our wives, and if comes out dead, then they will be partners in it.” Allah will recompense them for what they describe. He is Wise, Knowledgeable.
6:145 Say: “I do not find in what is inspired to me to be unlawful (MUHARRAMA) for any eater to eat except that it be already dead, or running blood, or the meat of pig – for it is foul – or what is a wickedness, dedicated to other than Allah.” But whoever is forced to, without seeking disobedience or transgression, then your Lord is Forgiving, Merciful.
6:146 And for those who are Jewish We have made unlawful (HARRAMNA) all that have claws; and from the cattle and the sheep We made unlawful their fat except what is attached to the back, or entrails, or mixed with bone. That is a punishment for their rebellion, and We are truthful.
6:148 Those who are polytheists will say: “If Allah wished, we would not have set up partners, nor would have our fathers, nor would we have made anything unlawful (HARRAMNA).” Those before them lied in the same way, until they tasted Our might. Say: “Do you have any knowledge to bring out to us? You only follow conjecture, you only guess.”
6:150 Say: “Bring forth your witnesses who bear witness that Allah has made this unlawful (HARRAMNA).” If they bear witness, then do not bear witness with them, nor follow the desires of those who deny Our revelations, and those who do not believe in the Hereafter; and they make equals with their Lord!
6:151 Say: “Come let me recite what your Lord has made unlawful (HARRAMNA) for you: that you should not set up anything with Him; and do good to your parents; and do not kill your children for fear of poverty, We provide for you and for them; and do not come near lewdness, what is evident of it and what is subtle; and do not take the life which Allah has made forbidden (HARRAMA), except in justice. That is what He enjoined you that you may comprehend.”
7:32 Say: “Who has made unlawful the nice things that Allah has brought forth for His servants and the good provisions?” Say: “They are meant for those who believe during this worldly life, and they will be exclusive for them on the Day of Resurrection.” It is such that We explain the revelations for those who know.
7:33 Say: “My Lord has made unlawful (HARRAMA) lewdness; what is evident of it and what is subtle; and sin, and aggression without cause, and that you set up partners with Allah that which He has never authorized, and that you say about Allah what you do not know.”
7:157 “Those who follow the Gentile messenger prophet whom they find written for them in the Torah and the Gospel; he orders them to kindness, and prohibits (YUHARRIMU) them from vice, and he makes lawful (YUHILLU) for them the good things, and he makes unlawful for them the evil things, and he removes their burden and the shackles that are upon them. So those who believe in him, and support him, and help him persevere, and follow the light that was sent down with him; these are the successful ones.”
8:69 So consume what you have gained, lawful (HALALAN) and good, and be aware of Allah. Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
9:37 Know that the use of the additional month causes an increase in rejection, for it is used by those who have rejected that they may misguide with it by making it lawful (YUHILLU) one year, and forbidden (YUHARRIMU) one year, so as to circumvent the count of what Allah has made restricted (HARRAMA); thus they make lawful (YUHILLU) what Allah has made forbidden (HARRAMA). Their evil works have been adorned for them, and Allah does not guide the rejecting people.
10:59 Say: “Have you seen what Allah has sent down to you from provisions, then you have made some of it forbidden (HARAMAN) and some lawful (HALALN)?” Say: “Did Allah authorize you, or do you invent lies about Allah?”
16:35 And those who were polytheists said: “If Allah had wished, we would not have served a thing other than Him; neither us nor our fathers; nor would we have made unlawful (HARRAMNA) anything other than from Him.” Those before them did exactly the same thing; so are the messengers required to do anything except deliver with clarity?
16:114 So eat from what Allah has provided you, that which is good and lawful (HALALAN), and be thankful for the blessing of Allah, if it is indeed He whom you serve.
16:115 He has only forbidden for you what is already dead, and the blood, and the meat of pig, and what was dedicated to other than Allah. But whoever is forced to, without seeking disobedience or transgression, then Allah is Forgiver, Merciful.
16:116 And do not say, as to what your tongues falsely describe: “This is lawful (HALALUN)), and that is forbidden (HARAMUN);” that you seek to invent lies about Allah. Those who invent lies about Allah will not succeed.
22:30 Thus, and whoever honors the restrictions of Allah, then it is better for him with His Lord. And the livestock has been made lawful (UHILLAT) for you; except what is being recited to you; so avoid the foulness of idols and avoid saying false statements.
33:50 O prophet, We have made lawful (AHLALNA) for you the wives to whom you have already given their dowries, and those who are maintained by your oath, as granted to you by Allah; and the daughters of the brothers of your father, and the daughters of the sisters of your father, and the daughters of the brothers of your mother, and the daughters of the sisters of your mother – those who emigrated with you. Also, the believing woman who had decreed herself to the prophet, the prophet may marry her if he wishes, as a privilege given only to you and not to the believers. We have already decreed their rights in regard to their spouses and those who are maintained by their oaths. This is to spare you any hardship. Allah is Forgiver, Merciful.
33:52 No women are lawful (YAHILLU) to you beyond this, nor that you change them for other wives, even though you may be attracted by their beauty, except what is maintained by your oath. And Allah is Watcher over all things.
60:10 O you who believe, if the believing females come emigrating to you, then you shall test them. Allah is fully aware of their belief. Thus, if you establish that they are believers, then you shall not return them to the rejecters. They are not lawful (HILLUN) for them, nor are they lawful (YAHILLUNA) for them. And return the dowries that were paid. And there is no sin upon you to marry them, if you have paid their dowries to them. And do not keep disbelieving wives, and ask back what dowries you paid. And let them ask back what dowries they had paid. Such is the judgment of Allah; He judges between you. Allah is Knowledgeable, Wise.
66:1 O you prophet, why do you make unlawful (TUHARRIMU) what Allah has made lawful (AHALLA) for you, seeking to please your wives? Allah is Forgiver, Merciful.