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Definition of Halal
The word 'halal' literally means permissible- and in translation it is usually used as lawful.
The Halal food Authority rules for halal are based on Islamic Shari'ah. Opposite to halal is haram, which means unlawful or forbidden.
It is well known in the meat trade that Muslims consume halal meat. However, at times questions are asked, what is halal? In Arabic it simply means permissible or allowed. Opposite to it is haram, which means forbidden or not allowed. Arabic is the language of Qur`an, a scripture revealed to the Holy Prophet of Islam by the Almighty Allah to be followed in its entirety by the Muslims. Now to make meat halal or permissible, an animal or poultry has to be slaughtered in a ritual way known as Zibah. To make it readily comprehended halal is somewhat like Jewish kosher and, Zibah is with some exception similar to Shechita. The Qur`an gives following underlined injunctions in chapter al-Maida 5:3.

Halal is for everybody and every living thing is bound to halal way of life. If you are non-muslim ,halal or non-halal wording is related to your daily life for what you are doing and halal lead you to better way of living with the right way. Join us for more halal informations and articles from around globe. HalalSurf.Com would not discussion in detail of Al-Quran rules of halal and haram because we are not religious expert but you can refer to Malaysian Web "JAKIM" to obtain the Islamic solution.

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Thursday, May 24, 2012

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Thursday, June 16, 2011

New poultry firm lands in Princess Anne

PRINCESS ANNE -- A company that plans to process chickens for a growing Muslim market has purchased a vacant building in the Princess Anne Industrial Park.

Tauherr Poultry will hire 15-25 workers at first at the 8.1-acre former American Dehydrated Foods property, said Terry Nichols, a former Allen Family Foods employee and a partner in the new business.

An opening date for the plant, as well as the type of processing that will be done there, are still undecided, he said.

"We're still in communications with potential customers and buyers," Nichols said.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

CoffeeHousers' Wall 7 December - 13 December | The Spectator

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CoffeeHousers' Wall 7 December - 13 December | The Spectator

Philippines - The Halal food market

Its established halal food markets include Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey and Middle Eastern countries, while France, Britain and Germany are emerging as its key halal markets in Europe.

''Twenty percent of the world's population is going to be Muslim one day and they have expectations, they have needs,'' said Van Dijk.

''If they want to be confident that what they eat and drink is in line with their beliefs, then a company likes ours has to make an extra effort to try and meet those needs.''

About 85 of Nestlé's 456 factories globally are now halal-certified but Van Dijk said different interpretations of halal standards around the world were a challenge for the industry.

Muslim jurists do not always agree on what is halal. Islam prohibits the consumption of pork and prescribes how animals must be slaughtered, but there has been debate on the acceptability of non-alcoholic beer, collagen and vinegar.

The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is working on a single standard to be applied in its 57 member countries, a move that would boost the industry, although politics and varied interpretations may complicate the task.

mb.com.ph

Source: newsroom - meattradenewsdaily.co.uk

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Should a Pious Muslim Practice Yoga?

To the long list of things that everyone else loves but that Muslims are supposed to hate — democracy, dogs, women with uncovered hair — we can now add yoga. A council of muftis in Malaysia issued a fatwa over the weekend banning yoga for Muslims, claiming that the sweaty ‘Oms’ and other Hindu elements of a standard 60-minute yoga class could “destroy the faith of a Muslim.”

For a moment, this news had me selfishly worried. I’ve been contorting myself into reverse triangle across the Middle East for about a decade, and I fretted that all my favorite yoga centers and teachers might get hassled by morality police types. I also worried about my friends who do yoga — if there is one thing the stressed out populations of cities like Tehran, Baghdad, and Cairo really don’t need, it’s the loss of a safe, indoor means of relaxation. Fortunately, I suspect the muftis’ edict comes far too late. Muslims, at least those of the Middle East, have been practicing yoga widely since the mid 1990s, and in some countries the exercise is now as commonplace as it is in blue-state America.

In Iran, where cheerless clerics have inveighed against everything from poodles to the pants-tucked-into-boots look, yoga is popular enough to warrant its own magazines and the government has made no fuss . Across the country, including religious cities like Mashhad, there are thousands of yoga classes held each week, and there is a class for every yogi: for children, the elderly, the overweight, the spiritual. There are contemplative, patchouli-scented yoga centers, austere Iyengar centers for the very serious, and flow classes in gyms for women in chic yoga clothes who just want arm tone.

The Iranian love affair with yoga is a complex thing, born of many factors. There’s the general disenchantment with strict, orthodox Islam and the accompanying pull to alternative forms of spirituality. There are strictures that women face in exercising outside covered, and the appeal of gentle, indoor sport. Add to all that yoga’s global fashionableness and Iranians’ high rates of anxiety and depression, and you have the first genuinely yoga savvy middle-class in the entire Middle East.
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