Conference of the Recognized Halaal Certification Bodies 2011

The conference for all Halaal certifying organisations recognized by the Malaysian governments Islamic agency, JAKIM,  was held on the 7th of April 2011 at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre. The primary objective of the conference was to discuss and coordinate information relating to Halaal certification management systems. Various dignitaries attended the conference including the ambassadors of Jordan, Iraq and Sudan. Delegates were warmly welcomed by the Director General of Jakim, the Honourable Dato' Wan Mohamad bin Dato Sheikh Abdul Aziz.

Moulana Abdul Wahab Wookay with the Honorable Major General Dato Seri Jamil Khir bin
Haji Baharom (R), Minister in the Prime Minister's Department



A simple approach to every Diabetic’s nightmare: blood sugar control

 Diagnosed with diabetes? You are not alone.

It is not easy for anyone to hear that they have diabetes.  Today, more than 300 million people suffer from diabetes worldwide. If nothing is done to slow down the epidemic, the number will increase to over 500 million people in the next 20 years.

Why is diabetes serious?

People with diabetes suffer from high blood sugar (glucose) levels, as a result of problems with the production and supply of insulin in the body.  There are two main types of diabetes: Type I that affects mainly children and young adults, and Type II that affects mainly adults  who tend to be overweight. 

 Common symptoms of diabetes include:



Qurbani (or Udhiyya as the Shariah refers to it) has become synonymous with Eid-ul-Adha, the festival of sacrifice.  It is a time when all Muslims all over the world commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of Nabi Ebrahim (AS) and Nabi Ismail (AS).  However it is disheartening to learn that Muslims fail to respect the basic rights of animals and are ignorant of Islamic injunctions pertaining to sacrifice.  Many a times Muslims through their actions unconsciously transgress the Shari’ah.   This guide hopes to be a reminder to Muslims of these basic rules and the responsibilities of those performing Qurbani. Almighty Allah says in the Holy Quran (Chapter 22 Verse37): ‘It is nor their flesh, nor their blood that reaches Allah, but to Him is acceptable observance (piety) of duty on your part.’

Hadith on Sacrifice