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Can Muslims eat octopus?

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Majority of the scholars of Islam consider squid and octopus to be halal (Maliki, Shafi'i and Hanbali). The Hanafi scholars say it is Makruh. ... So majority of the scholars are of the opinion that both octopus and squid are halal seafood. Octopus and squids, like fish, can be eaten without slaughtering (Zabiha).

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