SECULAR HALAL STANDARDS ARE WONDERFUL FOR PROFIT-SEEKERS

Our 12th International Halal and Tayyib Products Conference was Online (for the First Time)

We successfully concluded our 12th International Halal and Tayyib Products Conference held on 3-4 October 2020.

Hundreds of People around the World Joined the Conference

We continue sharing the speeches of our speakers who are experts in their fields. Our followers, who did not have the opportunity to join our conference, can find the conference in our official social media accounts.

 

  1. HANI AL MAZEEDI (Kuwait) – The Position of States and NGOs in Halal Certification

“Non-governmental Halal certification bodies are credited in providing halal services that have saved most of the Islamic nation from falling into the religious embarrassment of violating the requirements of Islamic law in various products. Almost all the standards that have been studied and developed by halal certification bodies can be described as secular serving mainly the industrial sector more than Muslim consumers. This has been wonderful, for governmental organizations that do not want to clash with Western countries for standards inspired by religious identity and always seek to serve business individuals who are chasing profit regardless of its origin, i.e. whether it is from permissible or prohibited source.”

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