The word 'HALAL' in Islam means any product that can be consumed, used or worn by Muslims. Once the products are Halal to Muslims are also halal to any religion because it is not only the origin of the products but also how the products are prepared. Halal products must be cleaned and saved from the moments the products were prepared. Halal products that are consumed by Non-Muslims do not mean those who consumed the products have become Muslim. There is no reason why non-muslims must be worried or scared to consumed halal products.
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