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NAMAZ TIMES in Tatarstan 08.05.2021
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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. Fortunately, in the shops of Kazan, as in other cities where Muslims live, there are many products that meet the standards of Halal.

And eat what Allah gives you, (which is) permitted [clean from filth], good [useful, not harmful]. And beware of (punishing) Allah, in Whom you believe!

Criteria

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The animal must be permitted to eat. This may be a cow, goat, camel, or other permitted animal. Pigs and certain other animals, such as wild boars, dogs, frogs, and shellfish should be completely absent in the product.
2
The animal must be slaughtered in a special way. It must be slaughtered by a Muslim manually with the Name of Allah. We do not issue a certificate to enterpries that use mechanical slaughter.
3
The meat of an animal that died of natural causes or wasn't slaughtered in accordance with Sharia law, we consider carrion meat. It is prohibited!
4
Production equipment should not come into contact with pork or carrion. Otherwise, it should be free of impurities. and washed 3 times with water.
5
All sanitary and hygienic standards must be observed.
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We try to minimize the amount of vaccines and antibiotics that the animal receives.
7
The casing of sausage products can be either synthetic, or obtained from a permitted animal, slaughtered according to the norms of Islam.
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The product must not contain alcohol, such as cognac, wine, vodka, and so on, in any quantity. Ethyl alcohol itself is considered pure according to Sharia. However, as a precaution, we do not issue a product certificate where ethyl alcohol is present as a separate component and is listed separately on the packaging, although formally such a product will be allowed in food.
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The product should not contain Carmine (food additive E-120), because it is produced from insects.

Benefits

Halal requirements meet the standards of healthy eating. Observing the norms of Islam, people not only care about their health, but also about the future (both in this world and in fact). The category of "halal" can be applied not only to food, but also to many other areas of the lives of righteous Muslims. Thus, in the tourism industry of some Muslim countries, a network of halal hotels is actively developing. Coming to abide by the laws of Islam, the Creator takes care of his slaves. If the Most High forbids something, it means that there is some harm in people. Rejecting the demands of the Holy Quran is tantamount to going against the will of Allah.