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Halal Industry within Islamic Principles (Part 2 of 3)

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 Muslim jurists have discussed the source evidence and formulated guidelines to regulate the application of the value indicators to dietary substances based on Islamic principles. Let's recall Part 1 of this series, where we saw that Halal and Haram are not black-and-white-categories. Part 2 therefore discusses the grey area known as Al-Shubhat, or doubtful matters that may occasionally call for fresh juristic enquiry and ijtihad as to their permissibility. Fiqh works provide details for almost every known variety of animals, birds, insects and so on.............. Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

 

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By Mohammad Hashim Kamali

A Shari’ah Perspective on Halal and Haram, part II, The Halal Journal, Kuala Lumpur, (September & October 2008), 36-40.

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