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Chupa Chups Lollies

Chupa Chups Lollies

Chupa Chups are popular lollies sold in the UK. You may find varied opinion on whether the products are suitable or not. Chups Chups are working to make products halal/suitable for vegetarians. Some use carmine whereas others use beetroot, e.g. The Standard strawberry uses beetroot and the Strawberry Sugar Free uses carmine.

What is Qurbani and what are the rules?

What is Qurbani and what are the rules?

Qurbani is the sacrifice of an animal during the festival Eid ul Adha. The significance of this relates to the event that took place during the time of Prophet Ibrahim Alayhissalam. This is when he in a dream was commanded to sacrifice his son for Allah. After much deliberation, he finally set out to sacrifice his beloved son. We must remember Ibrahim waited many years to finally have a son. He was 86 years old when his son was born so one can imagine the love he had for his son. And to now sacrifice him.

First 10 days of Dhul Hijjah

First 10 days of Dhul Hijjah

The 10 days of Dhul Hijjah Some of the most important days of the year are the first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah. In Surah Al-Fajr, Allah swears by the 10 nights. Scholars are in agreement, this relates to the first ten nights of Dhul Hijjah. We often see Allah swearing by magnificent phenomenon in the Quran, this in turn gives more weight to the verses to follow. Allah is swearing by these first ten nights. These nights are not…

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Mufti Hassan Raza

Mufti Hassan Raza

Mufti Hafiz Qazi Hassan Raza was born in the city of Haripur, Hazara in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan (NWFP) on the 12th September 1964. Although as a boy, he spent significant time studying with his father Mufti Saif-Ur Rehmaan, the Shaykh also completed his Masters in Arabic at the International Islamic University, Mphil in Arabic at the University of Peshawar, and spent time studying at Alaama Iqbal University. During his university life he completed an entire thesis…

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OXO

OXO

OXO is a popular Stock Cube brand. A stock cube is a solid cube made from dried meat or vegetable juices and other flavourings. Stock cubes are used to add flavour to dishes such as stews and soups.

Stax Chips Walkers

Stax Chips Walkers

This page relates to Crinkles, a Walkers brand. Please see below for a list of products suitable for Vegetarians with no Ethanol.  Please regard any crisps not mentioned in the above list as Not suitable for Muslim consumption. Otherwise continue to monitor the back of the pack for any changes. “This list is published using the best possible Information that is available at the time of compilation. Whilst we take every care we cannot accept liability for any errors that may inadvertently…

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Market Deli

Market Deli

This page relates to Crinkles, a Walkers brand. Please see below for a list of products suitable for Vegetarians with no Ethanol.  Please regard any crisps not mentioned in the above list as Not suitable for Muslim consumption. Otherwise continue to monitor the back of the pack for any changes. “This list is published using the best possible Information that is available at the time of compilation. Whilst we take every care we cannot accept liability for any errors that may inadvertently…

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Red Bull

Red Bull

Red Bull is a popular energy drink and it is halal to consume. Many people think it contains real taurine, but it is synthetic.

Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi

Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi

Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi descends from a scholarly family that traces its roots back to Morocco. He is a sufi, a sayyid and a jurist, continuing the legacy of his late father, the Imam of the famous Grand Umayyad Mosque in Damascus, Sayyid Ibrahim al-Yaqoubi. For several years running, the Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute has included him as one of the 500 most influential Muslims in the world.

Shaykh Mohammed Aslam

Shaykh Mohammed Aslam

Shaykh Mohammed Aslam memorised the Quran from an early age, after which he embarked on a path of seeking sacred knowledge. He ultimately travelled to Damascus where he undertook extensive private studies as well as enrolling in one of the most prestigious Islamic institutes in the world, Mahad al-Fath al-Islami seminary from where he graduated after six years of full time study with some of the greatest scholars in the world.

Mufti Monawwar Ateeq

Mufti Monawwar Ateeq

Mufti Monawwar Ateeq is a young Mufti from Birmingham, UK. He has spent they majority of his time studying and is currently doing a PhD in Islamic Law, University of Birmingham. as part of his studies he also teaches Arabic and the dars-nizami.

Imam Khalid Hussein

Imam Khalid Hussein

He began studying when he was young by his mother, who was a student of Habib Umar b. Sumayt, Syed Ahmed Abdullah Saleh Faris, Syed Abu Bakr al-Shibli and other notable scholars from Zanzibar, East Africa. At the age of 9 he began studying classical Islamic studies under Shaykh Muhammad Adam b. Eesa al-Qadiri and Shaykh Abu al-Qalam Qadri, where he studied texts of Arabic grammar, Aqeeda, Hanafi Fiqh, Qur’anic exegesis and accomplished the hifz of the Holy Qur’an.

Pir Saqib Shaami

Pir Saqib Shaami

Saqib Shaami’s older brother, Musharraf Iqbal, died. She was told to excercise patience, and she was to witness a greater return for her unforgettable loss in the form of a son. Within the short space of a year the mother was visited in her dream by Sufi Ghulam Nabi again and he indicated glad tidings of the birth of her son and said “he will be a shining star”. The family was rewarded with the birth of a boy who was named Saqib which means a shining star.