The usage of materials which used with Haram materials is forbidden without complete cleaning. Therefore, according to Buhari and Muslim (Rahimehumellah) narrated hadiths that Rasullah (P.B.H) is applied that in Khayber conquer.
So that on one occasion Sahabas have cooked all donkeys. However, when Rasullah (P.B.H) informed forbid, they poured. Then Rasullah has ordered to clean pots completely.
In another Hadith from Buhari and Muslim (Rahimehumellah) that Abu Saleba (Radiyallah Anhu) narrated that someone asked Rasullah (Alayhissalam):
” O Messenger of Allah! We are living a region which Ahlul Kitab also lives. Is there any objection to eat from their pots and plates? Rasullah said that
“If you find other plates, eat from them. However, if you don’t find another, first clean them completely and then eat.”
In this hadith, if najis foods have used in plates or pots, it is necessary to clean them. So in that narrative ” O messenger of Allah! We have neighbours from Ahlul Kitab. They cook pig in their saucepans and they drink wine in their pots. (Can we use their staffs?) Rasullah (Sallahu Aleyhi ve Sellem) said that “If you find another from those, eat and drink from them. However, If not, wash and clean with water properly, and then you can eat and drink from them.”
As a result, we understand from these narratives that there are two conditions for the staffs and tools which treated with najis as the following;
- a) Never use them
- b) If there isn’t other alternative so if we don’t have a chance to find another, then we can use after completely cleaning.
As Halal Certification body, the above mentioned second point will not be applicable at this time. So as GIMDES, we never accept to produce Halal certified products in the same line which non-Halal certified products. The Halal certified production must be segregated.