A Saudi cleric denied on Tuesday that he issued a fatwa (religious edict) banning “all you can eat” open-buffets, claiming he only said that open-buffets should identify the quantity so that people don't end up buying the “unknown.”
Saudi cleric claims he didn't issue fatwa against ‘all you can eat’ buffets
Sheikh Saleh al-Fawzan denied issuing a religious edict through a Saudi-based Quranic TV station prohibiting open buffets. (Al Arabiya)
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