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A term that is Arabic for 'permissible'; certain foods are not allowed under Islamic law; thus Muslims follow a Halal diet, just as Jews follows a Kosher diet

ha·lal

(hah-lahl)
Denotes food that was prepared in accord with the dietary laws required in observant Muslims; it forbids consumption of some foods and drink (e.g., ethanol) altogether and dictates how Muslim butchers prepare meats and poultry.

halal

(hă-lăl′)
Pert. to food prepared and served according to Muslim dietary laws.
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The Halaal Tourism Conference is mainly intended to summarise the changes that would be needed through panel discussions, while informing local businesses on the importance and impact of Halaal tourism on the local economy.
To halaal tourists the country can be especially attractive with its cultural heritage of a territory that was once part of the Ottoman empire.
Veteran actress Waheeda Rahman, who worked with Shashi Kapoor in movies like 'Trishul', 'Namak Halaal' and 'Kabhi Kabhie'
South African Airways (SAA) would like to assure all Muslim customers that the airline maintains the highest Halaal requirements and standards in food preparation.
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Karachi -- The meeting of Technical committee was conducted by Halaal Division of PSQCA under the Chairmanship of Molana Naeem Shahid, CEO Halaal Foundation at PSQCA Complex.
LAHORE -- All the top ten exporting countries of the Halaal products are non-Muslim states.
When we analyze execution of business within the parameters of Shariah, we have to consider Haraam (prohibited) and Halaal (allowed) factors with every aspect of business in addition to the business law of the land.
Step into the one sandwiched between a phone booth and a halaal meat shop.
In addition, almost all of the flavours are suitable for halaal and kosher diets.
Such should be the behaviour of the Muslim, striving for his livelihood in the (Halaal) permissible ways in selling and in buying, doing all that would improve him spiritually and materially.
People demand and can be offered education to keep them away from poverty, employment away from robbery, facilitating legitimate (halaal) business without harsh rules to keep people away from illegitimate (haram) sources of income: People can be given what they're illogically deprived of, including due rights to freedom and independence, safety and security of life and living, much of it denied to people who live in constant fear and dread.