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USA: USC’s Jews, Muslims unite in quest for meat

By Jared Baker, Jewish Journal A common quest to answer the question “Where’s the beef?” has brought together Jews and Muslims at the University of Southern California (USC). Until recently, junior Mushfiqur Chowdhury was forced to rely on Muslim Student ...

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Japanese Cuisine: Halal or Haram?

By S.Yokoyama As a Japanese person just starting to study Halal, I eagerly ask Muslims in Japan to share their knowledge. I know that pork and alcohol, popular ingredients in Japanese cooking, are Haraam. That leaves me uncomfortable, especially when ...

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Opinion: What halal certification suits Japan?

By S.Yokoyama In Japan, we are carefully studying Halal, determined to provide new choices to both visitors in Japan and to Muslims overseas. We inevitably encounter a major question: which country’s or which group’s Halal certification should we acquire? That issue ...

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Britain fired up over khat popularity

British government looking to ban the stimulant, but many migrants say khat is part of their culture. Southall, London – On a rainy night in West London, home to one of the capital’s largest Somali communities, inquiries into the whereabouts of ...

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