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Difference between Halal and Halalan-Toyyiban

Halal is an Arabic word connoting a state of permissibility for objects or actions according to Syariah principles. The Quran states that: “Eat of what is on earth, lawful and good” (2:168). This verse implies that humanity is expected to eat, use and act in accordance with what is not only permissible but also good, pure or wholesome. The verse expresses the godly commandment using two important words, namely “halal” and “toyyib”.......................Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

 

 

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'Let me free so that like the sun I shall wear a robe of fire, and within that fire like a sun to adorn the world', Rumi.

Humour Without Malice

This is a real incident from Trinidad. Seeing the success of a halal meat grocery store owner, a neighboring meat store owner with a different faith decides to introduce halal meat in his own store. He puts up a huge sign on his shop saying "Halal Meat, Found Here". Curious, some Muslims decide to find out how the meat was halal. When the owner was asked where he gets the halal meat from, he says that he slaughters the animal by himself. Surprised, the Muslism ask, and what do you say when you slaughter. He says, "I say 'Halal' and cut the animal".

Hikmah

Thus We have made of you a community justly balanced that you might be witnesses over the nations and the Messenger a witness over yourselves (Q 2:143)

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