Centre for Advance Islamic Economics (CAIE) participated in Global Forum on Islamic Finance being organized by COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Lahore, Pakistan on March,08-09, 2016.


CAIE’s Shariah Board in the past had been involved in halal certification and evaluated numerous organizations on the said subject. Therefore based on their Shariah knowledge and experience, CAIE has decided to set up its own Centre and play its due role to help everyone around the globe in understanding what Halal and Haram is and how it can be avoided. It is also imperative to understand that Islam is not just a religion but also a complete code of life. It offers solutions for each and every aspect of human life no matter how trivial it might be. Over the years, modern science has proven through empirical evidence to support most of the teachings of Quran and Sunnah related to medicine, health & hygiene, etc.

In the religion of Islam, a strong emphasis is placed on cleanliness/hygiene - both spiritually and in the context of food and drink. For a food or drink product to be approved for consumption it must conform to the Islamic dietary laws as specified in the Quran, the Sunnah, and in the Fiqh (Scientific understanding) of the Muslim Jurists: Hanafi, Maliki, Shaafi and Hambali schools. The Quran gives clear injunctions instructing Muslims to choose and consume good and wholesome foodstuffs, drinks, use of cosmetics, medicines, vaccinations, gelatine made from halal or proper ingredients, etc.

In this regard, CAIE has formed a team led by its Shariah Board, technical experts, professionals and doctors to provide a host of services.

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