- relating to or noting meat not prepared or animals not slaughtered in the manner prescribed by Islamic law: haram beef and chicken.
- (of foods, medications, etc.) not fit to eat or use according to Islamic law: Pork and alcoholic beverages are haram.
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Now, the recent actions of ISIS and Boko Haram are drawing attention to the role of human trafficking.
More recently, Boko Haram shocked the world by kidnapping 276 female students and threatened to traffic them.
According to a military spokesperson, Boko Haram had built a “female wing” in its command structure.
Since rising to power over the past five years, Boko Haram has killed more than 6,000 Nigerians.
Along with this violent growth, Boko Haram has increasingly targeted women.
The town itself covers an area of more than 209 acres, of which thirty-five are occupied by the Haram-esh-Sherif.Cities of the Dawn|J. Ewing Ritchie
The next time I went to the Haram, a huge mound of earth had arisen before the walled-up archway which he promised to open.
Such a site for Antonia cannot be reconciled with the theory confining the Temple to a small portion of the Haram.
On Tuesday morning Haram resigned the contest; and thus the election terminated in favour of Mr. Shipp, whose majority was 352.
While returning through the extensive grounds of the Haram, one of the tourists lighted a pipe.A Trip to the Orient|Robert Urie Jacob