Third Halal Gulf conference 2014

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Halal Gulf conference 2014

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 Under the auspices of His Excellency

Shaikh Mohammed Al-Khalid Al-Sabah

Minister of Justice and of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs

Third Gulf Conference on the Halal Industry and its Services

Under the title Developments in theHalal Industry

12 – 14 Rajab 1435 AH Corresponding to 13 – 15 May 2014 Sheraton Hotel, State of Kuwait

Organizers :

Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs

Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR)

Program of the conference

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Abstracts and Curriculum Vitae of participants

 

Opening Speaches

  • O1 : His Excellency the Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait (pdf file)
  • O2 : His Excellency Dr. Nabil Ibn Amin Mulla, Secretary General, GCC Standardization Organization “GSO”, KSA (pdf file)
  • O3 : His Excellency Dr. Ahmed Mohammad Ali, President of Islamic Development Bank “IDB”, KSA (pdf file)
  • O4: Dr. Adil Abdullah Al-Fallah, President of the Supreme Committee of the Conference, Deputy of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait
  • O5 : Dr. Naji Muhammad Al-Mutairi, Director General, Kuwait, Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), State of Kuwait (pdf file)
  • O6: Mr. Renat Abynov, Deputy Chairman of Russia Muftis Council administration “as a representative for Halal Accreditation Bodies (pdf file)

 

First Domain : Islamic legal foundations of the developments in the Halal industry and its services

Head of the First Session : H.E. Professor Salih Ibn Husain Al-Aayid, Secretary General, Global Islamic Halal Organization, Muslim World League, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  •  L1 : The Islamic verdict on imported and stunned carcasses. Professor Dr. Abdullah Ibn Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Al-Turaiqi, Ex-Professor in post graduate studies, Islamic University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (pdf file)
  • L2 : Principles of Issuing Legal Rulings in relation to new developments in the Halal Industry. Professor Dr. Misfir Ibn Ali Al-Qahtani, Professor of Islamic Studies, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (pdf file)
  • L3 : The religious basis of Meat and Carcasses in Islam. Dr. Ayman Al Omar, Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait. (pdf file presentation and paper)
  • L4 : Legal Review of the on-going Problems of the Halal Industry and its Services. Mrs. Aida Ghanem, Secretary General-AzkaHalal, Researcher of Islamic Fiqh and Legislation,Faculty of Islamic Propagation and Fundamentals of the Religion, Al-Quds University, Palestine. (pdf files : paper and presentation)

Second Domain : Updates in ingredients, the laws organizing Halal industry and the culture of alternatives
Head of the second Session :  Dr. Sufyan Abdul Qadir Al-Rahim, Manager of Standards and Criteria Department, GCC Standardization Organization “GSO”

  • L5 : Traditional and Modern Sources of Ingredients in the Halal Industry: Innovation in Food Packaging Materials. Dr. Majed Al-Hariri, GIMDES R&D Chief and Halal Auditor, GIMDES Association for the inspection and certification of food and supplies, Turkey. (pdf file presentation and paper)
  • L6 : Alternative Ingredients in Halal Cosmetics and Medicine. Associate Professor Mariam Abdul Latif, Halal Food Management System, School of Food Science and Nutrition, University Malaysia Sabah UMS, Malaysia. (pdf file presentation and paper)
  • L7 : Halal food authentication platform: Nanotechnology perspective. Professor Dr Sharifah Bee Abd Hamid, Director of Nanotechnology and Catalysis Research Centre, NANOCAT, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia. ( pdf file presentation  and paper)
  • L8 : Developments in Western Laws related to the Halal Industry.Hanen Rezgui Pizette, Protection of the Muslim Consumer, ASIDCOM, France. (pdf file presentation and paper)

Third Domain : Halal from a health perspective
Head of the third Session : Dr. Husam Fahad ALomairah, Executive Director/Science and Technology Sector, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, State of Kuwait.

  • L9 : Potential Hazards in Food: Update Systems in Ensuring the concept of Tayyab in Food. Professor Dr. Mian Muhammad Nadeem Riaz, Director, Texas A&M University, TAMU, USA (pdf file presentation and paper)
  • L10 : Recent Methods of Slaughtering and its Effect on Meat Safety and Hygiene. Professor Dr. Ibrahim Ibn Hussein Ahmed Abd El-Rahim, Professor of Infectious Diseases and Epizootiology, Department of Environmental and Health Research, Institute of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques for Hajj and Umrah Researches, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah Al-Mukaramah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (pdf file presentation and paper)
  • L11 : Updates in the Feed Industry and its Effect on the Consumer’s Health. Dr. Zuhair Ibn Sharuz Al-Mulla, Consultant of the Food and Drug Authority, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (pdf file presentation and paper)

Fourth Domain : Malpractices in the Processes of Halal Product Certification and Proposed Solutions
Head of the fourth Session : Dr. Ali Fanous, Halal Certification Body, Halal Control, Germany

  • L12 : Unveiling the Gaps in Supervising Halal and its Audit Controls. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sharifudin Md Shaarani, dean of school of food science and nutrition, University of Malaysia Sabah, UMS, Malaysia. (pdf file presentation and paper)
  • L13 : Smart Means in Minimizing Gaps in Halal Products. Abdul Qayyum Boidho, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, The Muslim Information  Centre, M.I.C.N., The Netherlands, Azkahalal, The Netherlands. (pdf file and paper)
  • L14 : The Role of Accreditation Bodies in Attestation Halal Products. Miss Amina Ahmed Mohammed, Director of Dubai Accreditation Department, Dubai Municipality, United Arab Emirates. (pdf file presentation and paper)

Seminar Investment in The Halal Industry as One of the Means of Guaranteeing the Integration of the Halal Process
Investors, Businessmen and Stakeholders shall also participate in the seminar.
Head of the session : H.E. Professor Dr. Abdullah Saleh O. Al-Obaid, member of board of Islamic International Halal Authority, (IIHA), member of supreme Council, Muslim World League, former minister of Education, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  • C-S-L1 : The feasibility of establishing Halal Bodies under the umbrella of an Islamic governmental body in order to create an effective Halal industry department: the experiment of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.H.E. Professor Salih Ibn Husain Al-Aayid, Secretary General, Global Islamic Halal Organization, Muslim World League, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (pdf file)
  • C-S-L2 : The feasibility of establishing Halal markets as an investment for creating an alternative for Halal products: HMart – A model Halal / Health Supermarket & Roles of Muslim’s Young Entrepreneurship Mr. Mohamed Jinna, Chairman United World Halal Development, Singapore (pdf  file presentation and paper)
  • C-S-L3 : The feasibility of establishing Halal product factories: experience of the United Company of Manufacturing Gelatin and Organic Materials, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Mr. Ahmed Jamil Aref , the General Manager, and Mr. Amr Mohamed Elalfy, Deputy General Manager (pdf file)
  • C-S-L4 : The feasibility of purchasing slaughterhouses in the Western countries with Islamic capital in order to avoid electrical stunning before or after slaughtering: attempts in the Netherlands, France, Argentina, Australia, and USA Mr. Habib Ghanim, President and CEO, USA Halal Chamber Of Commerce, Inc, United States of America (pdf file)
  • C-S-L5 : The feasibility of appointing an international Halal certification body to manage Halal affairs in Gulf Cooperation Countries, GCC. Dr. Mohammad Munir Chaudry, President, Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA), USA (abstract)

 

Concluding Statement of the Conference and Recommendations

  • Dr. Adel Abdullah Al-Fallah, Deputy of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs and  President of the Supreme Committee of the Conference.
  • Sheikh Turkey Essa Al-Mutairy, Manager of the Ifta Department and Head of the Scientific Committee.
  • Final statement and recommandations (pdf file )

Honoring the participants

 



Halal Istihala Workshop

ورشة الاستحالة الأولى

تحت عنوان

الاستحالة من منظور فقهي تأصيلي ومن منظور كيميائي تصنيعي ، وأثرها في الحكم على المواد المحرمة والنجسة في التصنيع الغذائي والدوائي والتجميلي

المرافقة للمؤتمر الخليجي الثالث لصناعة الحلال وخدماته

12 رجب 1435هـ

الموافق 13 مايو- 2014

فندق شيراتون، دولة الكويت

Program of the Istahala workshop

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  •  Opening speech : Dr. Adel Abdullah Al-Falah, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait

First Theme :  Legitimate And Scientific Grounds of Istihala: Definition, Legal Ruling, Controls and Controls from a Shariah-Based Perspective
Head of the Session : Sheikh Turkey Essa Al-Mutairy, Department Head of Ifta Department, Ministry of Awqaf & Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait, Member of the Steering Committee and Head of the Scientific Committee of the Third Gulf Conference on Halal Industry and its Services

  • I-L1 : Traditions related to Istihala – Compilation and Study – Sheikh Nur Ad-Din Abdus Salam, Masa`a, Senior Researcher of Islamic Studies, Ifta Department, Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait (pdf file)
  • I-L2 Definition of Istihala and its Controls From An Industrial and Scientific Perspective – Professor Dr. Hamid Rabah Takruri, Professor of Nutrition in the University of Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (pdf file)

Second Theme Prohibited and Ritually Impure Materials Used In Nutritional and Cosmetic Industries and Provided as Examples of Ritually Purified Istihala
Head of the Session : Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Al-Qurashi, Vice Chairman of the Grand Scholars Commission, United Arab Emirates

  • I-L3 : The fact on Considering Blood Plasmas as an Example for Ritually Purified Istihala from A Scientific Perspective – Dr. Bashar Adnan Al-Karmi, General Manager of MediCare Labs, Palestine (pdf file)
  • I-L4 : Prohibited and Ritually Impure Materials Provided as Examples of Ritually Purified Istihala from a Scientific, Industrial and Technical Perspective (Gelatin, Fats, Wine and Ritually Impure Fodders) – Professor Dr. Muhammad Ali Humaid, Former Professor of Food and Nutrition in the University of Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (pdf file)
  • I-L5 Istihala of Enzyme and Bacterial Rennet from a Scientific and Technical Perspective, Dr. Rachid Fetouaki, Head of Standards and Matching Department, Halal Control, Germany (pdf file)

Head of the second Session : Eng. Farid Assad Abdullah Emadi, Assistant Undersecretary for Administrative and Financial Affairs, Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait

  • I-L6 : Examples of prohibited and ritually impure materials provided as examples of Istihala from a Shariah-based perspective: gelatin, fats, dead animals and swine remnants. Dr. Bahmad Ibn Muhammad Arfis, Lecturer of Jurisprudence and Fundamentals of Jurisprudence, Section of Social and Humanitarian Sciences, Girdaya University, Algeria (pdf file : file A and file B)
  • I-L7 : Prohibited and ritually impure materials provided as examples of ritually purified Istihala from a Shariah-based perspective {blood plasma, wine (acetification of wine as an example) fodders of prohibited and ritually impure origin (swine fodders for fisheries as an example)} – Mrs. Aida Ghanem, Researcher, Secretary General of Azka Halal, Researcher of Islamic Fiqh, Legislation and its Fundamentals, University of Al-Quds, Palestine (presentation , paper 1, paper 2 )

Third Theme Controls of Halal Industry and Their Effect on The Legal Rulings on Istihala
Head of the Session : Sheikh Dr. Ajil Jassim Al-Nashmi, Professor, Faculty of Sharia, Kuwait University

  • I-L8 : Controls of the rules of easiness, generalized matters and considerable interests and their effect on the legitimate rulings related to Halal industry – Professor Dr. Misfir bin Ali Al-Qahtani, Professor of Islamic Studies, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (pdf file)
  • I-L9 : Controls of prohibited and ritually impure materials from a Shariah-based perspective and the legal ruling on the intention of transforming them in order to make use of them. – Mr. Ahmad Abdul Wahhab Salim, Researcher of Islamic Studies, Ifta Department, Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait (pdf file)

Conclusion of the Workshop Events and Recommendations

  • Sheikh Turkey Essa Al-Mutairy, Department Head of Ifta Department, Ministry of Awqaf & Islamic Affairs, State of Kuwait .

 



An Intensive Training Course Entitled

Skills In Controlling Critical Points In The Halal Industry And Its Services. A Prerequisite of Halal Lead Auditor

12-14 Rajab 1435AH, Corresponding 13-15-2014, Sheraton Hotel, State of Kuwait

Organizers

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Programs:

  • An Intensive Training Course Entitled Skills In Controlling Critical Points In The Halal Industry And Its Services. A Prerequisite of Halal Lead Auditor (english)
  • الدورة التدريبيةالمكثفةمهارات التحكم بالنقاط الحرجة في صناعة الحلال وخدماته أحد متطلبات مدقق قيادي حلال (arabic)

 

Presentations :

  • T L1 : The rules and legitimate regulationsthat governHalal and Haram inthe Halal industryand its services  Dr. Mahmoud Mohammed Al-Kabsh /القواعد والضوابط الشرعية التي تحكم الحلال والحرام في صناعة الحلال وخدماته.الشيخ د. محمود محمد الكبش (pdf file)
  • T L2 : Halal Critical Points of animal source materials – Professor Mian N. Riaz / (pdf file)
  • T L3 : Halal Critical Points of products of microbial origin and genetically modified products – Dr. Ali Fanous / (pdf file)
  • T L4 :Halal Critical Points in flavorings and other additives of plant and insect source materials – Professor Mian N. Riaz /  (pdf file)
  • T L5 : Halal Critical Points of cosmetics, drugs and vitamins products – Professor Mian N. Riaz / (pdf file)
  • T L6 : Halal Analyses & Critical Control Points in the Halal Industry and its Services (Applications) – Dr. Hani Mansour Al-Mazeedi/  (pdf file)

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  • Questions for the Halal training Course (pdf file)

 



 Under the patronage of

Dr Naji Mohammad Al-Mutairy

Director General

Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research

Workshop Under the title

The Halal Industry between Religious Awareness & Trade Opportunities

In collaboration with

International Scientists in the field of the Halal Industry & its Services

Sunday, 11 Rajab 1435 AH Corresponding to 11 May 2014

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Programs :

  • KISR workshop : The Halal Industry between Religious Awareness & Trade Opportunities (pdf file)

Presentations:

  • Introduction, Dr. Anwar Ghani, President, Federation of Islamic Association of New Zealand, FIANZ, New Zealand (pdf file)
  • The Issue of Undeclared Ingredients in Halal Food Production: A Focus on Processing Aids, Professor Dr. Mian Muhammad Nadeem Riaz, Director, Texas A&M University, TAMU, USA (pdf file)
  • Facts about imported meat from stunned animals, Dr. Adel Abdula Qadir Sabir, European Halal Development Agency, UK (pdf file)
  • Potential & Opportunities of  HALAL trade in the Middle East , Associate Professor Mariam Abdul Latif, Halal Food Management System, School of Food Science and Nutrition, University Malaysia Sabah UMS, Malaysia. (pdf file)
  • Islamic Shariah Principles & Requirements Pertaining to the Halal Industry, Mrs. Aida Ghanem, Secretary General-AzkaHalal, Researcher of Islamic Fiqh and Legislation, Faculty of Islamic Propagation and Fundamentals of the Religion, Al-Quds University, Palestine. (pdf file)


Halal Showcase

13 – 15 May 2014

Sheraton Hotel, State of Kuwait