UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF HALAL
TOURISM PRINCIPLES AND PRODUCTS
The world community has now begun to understand the importance of the Muslims requirement for food and other consumption known as halal. Every Muslim must ensure that what they eat comes from a halal source. This does not mean only to check the ingredients per se, but also
to ensure that the whole process is in accordance with Shariah principles.
This Halal concept comes from the Holy Quran which it uses to describe objects and actions. Halal is a Quranic term that means permitted, allowed, lawful or legal. Its opposite is haram (forbidden, unlawful or illegal). According to Shari’ah, all issues concerning Halal or Haram and even all disputes should be referred to Quran and Sunnah. Halal and Haram are universal terms that apply to all aspects of human life whether is related to his ibadat or muamalat or mua’sharah.
Halal consists of anything that is free from any component that Muslims are prohibited from consuming. This can be classified as ‘pork free’ in its physical existence, including food substances such as gelatine, enzymes, lecithin and glycerine as well additives such as flavourings and colouring.
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