Our 12th International Halal and Tayyib Products Conference was Online (for the First Time)
We successfully reached the end of our 12th International Halal and Tayyib Products Conference held on 3-4 October 2020.
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
After an intense study, the team tasked with the organization of the conference is decided that the conference can be carried by 13 speakers with 40 minutes duration of presentations in 6 hours of a day. The honorable speakers have attended the conference from Turkey, Algeria, Indonesia, South Africa, the UK, Kuwait, Malaysia and the USA.
We will be 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 social media accounts.
MOULANA MUHAMMAD SAEED NAVLAKHI (South Africa) – Importance of Islamic Unity for a Single International Halal Standard
“There are more than 400 HCBs in the world. These are either state-controlled or non-governmental organizations. There are two sub-headings for both classes, as being either under Muslim or non-Muslim control. Those under the control of non-Muslims bring about numerous problems in terms of Sharia and Islam. For example, the government of New Zealand has undertaken such a business, however, Halal is a religious concept and Islam is a prerequisite in this issue. How can a country that does not accept Islamic principles apply Islamic requirements? It is not a bad thing for these countries to support halal certification, but they should not engage in certification work. Since we, Muslims, are divided within ourselves, non-Muslims find the opportunity to enter this business. Unfortunately, some Muslim countries do not even care if the certificate is issued by non-Muslims. In order to solve all these problems, we need to stop taking care of ourselves and help others and act together. These are necessary in order for Islam and Halal to be understood in the true meaning. Finally, if you would like to go fast, go alone, however, if you would like to go far, go together.”