Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Jakim boleh percaya ke tidak?

Assalamualaikum Dear Readers
Sekarang ni tengah research about Halal food, restaurants etc.... I'm becoming more and more doubtful with regard to the matter now... Coz, dalam surat khabar keluar pasal restaurant guna sijil halal palsu, ada restaurant yang kena tangkap sembelih ayam tak betul (guna orang bukan Islam) dan banyak lagi isu halal yg masih tak jelas bagi saya.
So, inilah antara banyak websites yg ana tgh selidik sekarang ni: 

2)  HDC
3)  Halalgov (part of jakim juga)

Bagusnya kalau boleh kongsi maklumat tentang makanan/produk2 halal dengan bloggers yg lain.... Coz Malaysian Muslims don't seemed to pay much heed to issues like this by saying... 
"Selagi tak was was boleh makan kan...?"
" Ada tanda halal ape..."
"Kalau logo halal tu palsu, orang kedai la yg dosa, sape suruh letak logo palsu?"
Makanan kalau tak halal, Allah tak terima doa, walhal setiap hari kita doa pada Allah, mungkin satu hari tu kita dalam kesusahan, kita doa, tapi doa tak makbul sebab makanan yg kita makan tak halal. Banyak makanan yg syubhah sekarang ni,macam isu mee segera Indomie yang guna logo halal buatan sendiri, tak diiktiraf oleh JAKIM, kat Penang restaurant guna sijil halal palsu, KFC and Mc'Donald punya isu tak habis-habis......Yg ana nampak is orang Melayu, Islam yg ramai makan lunch kat tempat2 tu.
Lagi satu yg ana ragu2 is King Confectionery. Ada logo/sijil halal, tapi tulisan cina pun ada sama. Now? Macam mana?  Personally I think that I need to be careful with Jakim for the time being, until I'm done with the research maybe....
Just to show you the comparison between Malaysia's halal department/organization with South Africa's.Masa kami belajar dekat sana, nak makan fast food like pizzas ke, burgers ke, ice cream ke.... we look for the halal logo which is called SANHA. Kalau ada logo ni, then InsyaAllah boleh makan. This link should take you to the list of halal restaurants, certified by Sanha through out the region.
This is by the way....cuba baca ni:

A Brief Overview of Requirements

A memorandum of Agreement shall be entered into between SANHA and the Franchisor which shall include but not be limited to the following:
  • Halaal storeowners must be Muslim.
  • In the event of Central Kitchen Supply, all raw materials, ingredients, etc. must conform to SANHA requirements. All incoming and outgoing items be scrutinised and approved by SANHA Muslim supervisor(s) who shall be directly responsible for monitoring and control of the Kitchen on a daily basis.
  • In the event of private purchases by stores, this will be permitted only from suppliers who have been explicitly approved by SANHA.
  • No non-Halaal item and/or alcohol shall be allowed on the premises at any given time.
  • All stores, which desire Halaal status, shall apply to SANHA for Halaal certification. A formal Memorandum of Agreement shall be entered into between the parties detailing Halaal procedures and requirements.
  • No duplication of Halaal certification shall be allowed.
  • All promotional products and/or new menu items shall be approved in writing by SANHA prior to any advertisement, launch or introduction. Any such change to be communicated to SANHA atleast 30 working days prior to effecting such change.
  • Halaal stores which are not operated by Muslim owners shall appoint permanent Muslim supervisors to cover the different shifts, who shall carry out the required religious supervision on the premises as outlined by SANHA.
  • Staff shall not be allowed to bring their own food onto the premises.
  • Monthly inspections shall be conducted at all Halaal-certified stores and also to the suppliers of raw materials, ingredients, sauces, etc. All costs incurred for these inspections shall be borne by the Licensee.

    So, we as Muslims, should be concerned about the things we consume daily... 

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