Halal Treatments is an information forum for discussion about acceptable treatment options for practising Muslims.
Our mission is to identify and categorise Halal treatment options and allow Muslims to make their own decisions about what is and what is not, acceptable to them.
We also aim to identify and highlight the increasing and importantly misleading Halal credentials around the world.
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This is a great idea! I look forward to reading this blog as it develops and hope to contribute it in the future.
I am shocked and disappointed to learn that this years flu vaccine (nasal spray) contains pork gelatine and that the NHS is insisting that it is halal. How can this be??? I would like to hear the views of other Muslims on this issue.
Surely that can’t be right. I would never accept a product containing pork. Is the product certified Halal by a recognised body?
Well done for standing up to the machine
Halal was losing its importance but with you being so on top, I think that it’s changed the way people refer to halal