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2024 was declared the year of family and halal lifestyle at the Plenum

25 December 2023

Today the Plenum of the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan took place. The meeting, chaired by the Mufti of Tatarstan Kamil Hazrat Samigullin, was attended by his deputies, kazys, as well as imams-mukhtasibs from all over the republic, their helpers and heads of established structures and all areas of activity of the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan. Abbyas Hazrat Shlyaposhnikov also took part in the Plenum. The main thing on the agenda was the issue of the results of the activities of the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan and its established structures in 2023 and plans for the new year 2024.

Noting the achievements of 2023 and outlining plans for 2024, the Mufti called on all muhtasibats and established organizations to build work next year taking into account such priority areas as the development of Islamic finance, the concept of Halal Life Style, strengthening family values, working with migrants and supporting mobilized and their families. He also proposed declaring 2024 in the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan as the Year of Family and Halal Lifestyle:

“The Year of the Family has been declared in Russia, and our kadys are doing a great job of preserving family values. It is necessary to intensify this work and involve all mukhtasibs and imams in it. At the same time, the issue of spreading the halal lifestyle remains very important for the muftiate. Our republic should be a comfortable region for Muslims to live. The concept of Halal Life Style includes a wide range of meanings: it implies Muslim infrastructure, Islamic finance, the development of the halal industry, as well as issues of family and morality. Muslims must provide their families with halal money and food, explain to their children what halal and haram are, and instill in their households a love for the halal lifestyle,” said Kamil Hazrat.

Press service of the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan