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NAMAZ TIMES in Tatarstan 28.02.2024
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February 20, 2024
Dubai hosts one of the largest exhibitions – the food and beverage industry exhibition Gulfood 2024. The event stimulates transformation...
February 19, 2024
In the Republic of Tatarstan, the halal industry is rapidly developing and is attracting increasing interest from the state. We...
February 13, 2024
Islam Today conducted an interview with the Chairman of the Halal Standard Committee of the Muslim Religious Board of the...
February 12, 2024
The Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan, Roskachestvo and the Halal Standard Committee agreed to work together to...
February 7, 2024
From February 5 to 9, the Expocentre Fairgrounds is hosting the 31st international exhibition of food, beverages and raw materials...
February 6, 2024
Today, at the site of the largest domestic food exhibition “Prodexpo-2024”, the XIV International Congress “Halal” was held under the...
February 5, 2024
The 31st international exhibition of food products, drinks and raw materials for their production “PRODEXPO 2024” opened in Moscow today....
January 23, 2024
The opening of the 1st Makkah Halal Forum took place today in Saudi Arabia. The forum is organized by Islamic...
January 17, 2024
In 2023, 19 new mosques, five prayer rooms and two educational centers opened in Tatarstan. Some of the mosques accommodate...
January 1, 2024
Tatarstan increased the volume of exports of halal products to almost $12 million in 2023, which is almost twice as...
December 25, 2023
Today the Plenum of the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan took place. The meeting, chaired by the...
November 26, 2023
On November 23-25, the World Halal Summit and Halal Expo 2023 took place in Istanbul. The event was attended by...
All about Halal

Islam prescribes the righteous Muslim to adhere to religious precepts. The main goal of the faithful is to keep the commands of the Most High. A true believer does only what is permitted by Allah (halal), and refuses what is forbidden by the Almighty (haram). So, halal food is all that is allowed to be eaten according to the norms of Shari’ah, Islamic law. This primarily guarantees safety and health benefits to humans. Therefore, in halal recipes there are no harmful preservatives and additives, and foodstuffs strictly comply with the requirements of storage and shelf life. Not only forbidden foods should be avoided, but also those whose permissibility you are not sure of. read more

Questions and answers
Dangerous red or why carmine is prohibited in Islam?

Still eating bugs? Yes, yes, we are talking specifically about insects, or more precisely about cochineal, from which carmine is produced. Lately we have been receiving quite a lot of... read more

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«Assalamu aleykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh».

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Respectfully yours, Abbyas Shlyaposhnikov
Chairman of the Halal Committee