This means that food has been subjected to approved certification systems which guarantee to consumers that nothing in the food has any forbidden components. Halal certificates are issued, for a fee, by a certifying body.
slamic Halal slaughter has increasingly come under attack from animal rights activists telling tales of barbaric blood-thirsty ritual slaughter. There are two distinct issues: there is the vegetarian agenda which wants to ban all consumption of animal products, and there is the animal rights lobby which argues for a humane method of slaughter.
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The opposite of halal is haram (forbidden). Food can be forbidden in Islam if it includes: blood alcohol meat or any products from a forbidden animal, including pigs and any carnivorous animals or birds of prey meat or any products of an animal which has not been slaughtered in the correct manner in the name […]
General about Halal Halal is a term designating any object or an action within the Islamic Law (Islamic Shariah Law). Generally, this term is used to designate food seen as permissible according to the Islamic Law. The opposite of “Halal” is “Non-Halal” or “Haram”, which means “Forbidden” for Muslims. Therefore, Muslims only consume products that […]
He believes in One God ‘Allah’, Supreme and Eternal, Infinite and Mighty, Merciful and Compassionate, Creator and Provider. He believes in all Messengers of God without any discrimination among them. Every known nation had a warner or Messenger from God. They were chosen by God to teach mankind and deliver His divine message. The Quran […]
Islamic worship has five features which are known as the five pillars of Islam. They are as under: The declaration of faith: ‘There is none worthy of worship except Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.’ Salat: to offer five daily Prayers at their appointed time. Zakat: To contribute a certain percentage of one’s wealth […]