Food -- Halal
The following sources are recommended by an expert whose research specialty is the dietary principles of the Muslim religion.
· Halal: Islamic Food, Certification and Supervision. The Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA). http://www.ifanca.org/index.php
· Hussaini, Mohammad Mazhar. Islamic Dietary Concepts and Practices. Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America, 1993.
· Sakr, Ahmad. A Muslim Guide to Food Ingredients. Foundation for Islamic Knowledge, 1993.
· Qaradawi, Yusuf. Lawful and the Prohibited in Islam. Islamic Book Service, 1999.
· Surty, Muhammad Ibrahim. Halal Food in the Light of the Qur'an and Sunnah: An Overview. Halalco Books, 1995.
· Chand, Muhammad Umar. Halal and Haram. A.S. Nordeen, 1995.
· Khan, Ghulam Mustafa. Al-Dhabh: Slaying Animals for Food the Islamic Way. Islamic Medical Association, 1982.
· Ahmed, Syed Rasheeduddin. A Comrehensive List of Halal Food Products in U.S. Supermarkets. Muslim Consumer Group, 2000
· Uddin, Zaheer. A Handbook of Halal and Haram Products. Center for American Muslim Research and Information, 1997.
· Azimabadi, Badr. The Permitted and the Prohibited in Islam. Kitab Bhavan, 1994
· Shakir, M.H. Islamic Dietary Concepts and Practices. Halalco Books, unknown date.
· Lemu, Aisha. Islam and Alcohol. Saadawi, 1992.
· Nuckcheddy, Mohammad Ibrahim. Legitimacy of Consuming Sea Foods. Al Hilal Publishing, 2000.
· Maududi, Sayyid Abul Ala. The Animals Slaughtered by the People of the Book. Ripon, 1976.
· Ally, Shabbir. What God Said about Eating Pork? Dar Al Hidaya, 1997.
· Rushd, Ibn. The Book of Foods and Beverages in the Distinguished Jurist's Primer. Garnet Publishing, 2000.
· Ullah, Qazi Thanaa. The Essential Hanafi Handbook of Fiqh, "Book Seven: The Book of Taqwa; Chapter One: Food." Kitab Bhavan, 2001.
"The Infography about Halal Food"
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