Muslim people will see the Halal symbol before they buy the product (food). If the product haven’t Halal symbol, they will not sure about the ingredient of product and not buy it. Because Halal symbol can guarantee that it has no pork and foods are safe to eat. Ingredient of the products (food) can eat by Muslim people. Halal foods are foods that are allowed under Islamic dietary guidelines.
Halal is a matter pertaining to Islamic law and is under the jurisdiction of the state but the state's jurisdiction is limited only to Muslims. (Halim & Ahmad, 2014).The enforcement of TDA 2011 by the Malaysian government is to ensure that only two parties; JAKIM and JAIN or MAIN are trusted to issue Halal certification in Malaysia and responsible to take action towards any abuse of Halal label (Halim & Ahmad, 2014). Due to this circumstances, JAKIM use Malaysian Standards (MS) and the Manual Procedure of Halal Certification Malaysia as guideline for halal certification (Kamilah & Mustafa 2012). The system was continuously updated by JAKIM26. In order to gain Halal certification, manufacturers must adhere to strict cleanliness and quality controls (Abdul Talib et al., 2008).
Considering Jewish law as a great example for food taboo, I believed they have reasons to support laws regarding what and not they can consume. Moreso, Muslim food law forbids consumption of carrion and blood. Muslim food law can be considered strict in terms of food consumption. This religion also forbids consumption of alcohol, pigs, snakes, dogs, and rats. I think the two main reason why pigs are considered forbidden is because pigs are filthy, and pigs skin are similar to that of a human.
Introduction Halal is the Arabic word that define as the permissible and lawful things which under the terms of Sharia, the Islamic law and all items or services that is to be consumed by Muslims has to comply with its precepts. Nowadays, the global of Muslim population is the second largest and the faster growing religion in the world, and therefore they brings the opportunity to grow up the business of Halal food industry driven by their increasing demand on halal food. (Mordor Intelligence, 2016) In addition, the rising demand on halal foods also seen from the non-Muslims in globalization which they trusted the food safety issues are remain a major concern especially in China. Therefore, the countries with multiracial such as Malaysia, the government is keen to establish the country as an international halal food hub. (Hong Kong Trade Development Council, 2017) 1.0.
Religious scripture supports this notion and states “standout firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even though it be against yourself, or your parents, or your kin, be he rich or poor” (Quran 4:135). 5.3 Prohibited goods Products or services that are haram or forbidden in Islam should not be meddled with. (Islam Alam) These include socially sensible or controversial products that should not be advertised publicly as they are perceived as immoral by the audience. Examples include condoms, alcohol, cigarettes, contraception, undergarments, services like abortions, unconventional sexual practices (Bari Abbas) (see also AAU). Quran takes a stance on alcohol and gambling and states: "In them is great sin and benefit for people.
Fatwa 2: “A person can be declared a Muslim solely with the recitation of the shahadah. Subsequently adhering to the Pillars of Islam and Pillars of Iman, for as long as he does not make halal which is haram, or make haram which is halal. As stated in a Hadith by the Prophet (S.A.W) : Which means : “Anyone who recites there is no god worth of worship except Allah shall enter paradise”. Also his decree, which means: “A Muslim is bound to conditions except a condition that changes haram into halal, or halal into
Introduction: According to Islamic law, najs are the things or persons regarded as ritually unclean for example, halal food that has been contaminated with things that are non-halal. If a Muslim is in contact with najs, the cleansing process needs to be done before proceeding to religious duties such as prayer (Al-Qaradawi, 2001). There are three type of najs stated in MS1500:2009 shown at table 1 (Dahlan, 2010). In order to comply with the requirements of halal, Islam requires proper clay water cleansing with the mixture of water and soil or clay. The way to cleansing this severe najs is called samak or dibagh in Arabic, sertu in Malay and is also known as Islamic cleansing.
For example, people who want to create or open a small business for selling the halal product, they must have the certificate of the Halal only they can run the business. The Halal Certificate is to ensure that certain products have been thoroughly investigated and found to be in accordance with Islamic law and are suitable for use by Halal Consumers. Therefore, the government Malaysia they cannot be
In addition to this categorization of Muslim tourists, Henderson (2010) distinguishes between Islamic tourism, non-Islamic tourism and un-Islamic (anti-Islamic) tourism. Islamic tourism or Halal tourism can be defined as Muslims’ activities when they travelling to and staying in places outside their typical environment for not more than one following year for participation of activities that originate from Islamic motivations (Duman, 2011). Halal can be defined as ‘permissible’ according to Islamic teaching (Sharia law). Halal also defined as any activity in tourism which is no offended to any Islamic teaching (Battour & Ismail, 2015). Halal tourism is a new concept in tourism industry, because previously Muslim tourists are not traveling much compared to nowadays (Geetanjali, 2014).