Why Halal Matters?
🌟 Divine Command and Duty
As faithful followers, we uphold the commandments of Allah SWT. Our responsibility is to guarantee that halal consumption is not just a choice—it’s a sacred duty.
📜 Guidance from Al-Quran and Hadith
The rules of Halal and Haram are delineated in the Al-Quran and Hadith. While many aspects are evident, some nuances demand a more detailed understanding, leading to the crucial role of a Fatwa in certain cases.
🌿 Thayyib, a Mark of Purity
Thayyib products are not just permissible; they are safe, pure, virtuous, and do not harm health. This goes beyond adherence; it’s a commitment to products that embody the highest standards of cleanliness and goodness.
Understand Basic Principles
We know the fundamental principles of halal and haram outlined in the Quran and Hadith (sayings and actions of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him). This includes knowledge of specific prohibitions and permissions.
Scrutinize product labels and ingredient lists. Look out for common haram ingredients like alcohol, pork, and non-halal meat, and be aware of hidden or derivative components.
Regarding food products, we check for halal certification from trusted Islamic organizations or authorities. Many countries have halal certification bodies that ensure compliance with Islamic dietary laws.
Consult Scholars or Authorities
When faced with complex or ambiguous situations, we seek guidance from knowledgeable scholars or Islamic authorities. They can provide clarity on specific issues and offer informed opinions through the issuance of a Fatwa.