Monday, January 12, 2009

HARAM: Human, Primate

HUMAN / PRIMATE - Refers to the meat, hair, skin or bone (as well as the products derived from them) of human beings and primates such as monkeys and apes.

Islamic Prohibition against HUMAN / PRIMATE products:
Islam forbids consumption of human, monkey and ape meat as well as by-products derived from them.

AMNA's Criteria for HUMAN & PRIMATE:
The table below describes our criteria for judging a FOOD as HUMAN/PRIMATE. Helpful icons make it easy to judge foods at a glance.



FOODS made with the meat or by-products of humans and primates.
bush meat


FFOODS commonly or traditionally made with the meat or by-products of humans and primates.
carne de chango (Mexican);
N-acetyl-L-cysteine (health, bakery products)

Related Topics:
Where can I find verses from the Quran, or hadith about HUMAN & PRIMATE?
What are the food import regulations for countries like Saudi Arabia?
How does AMNA identify and label foods containing other HARAM substances like PORK, or BLOOD?
Why do we use "?" on some icons? What does it mean?
What if a food contains TWO haram substances?

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