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Erum Rajput, karachi - wrote on 11/6/2009 12:43:41 AM
Comment:This is really nice information in too summarized form.It help"s to make my project on Business in Islamic Ethics
Adnan, Reading, UK - wrote on 10/24/2009 3:56:10 PM
Comment:While I agreed with most of your tips about these businesses upping their game, I strongly disagreed with the first one about making profit a secondary goal. In my humble opinion it needs to be understood that the primary aim of a business (owned by a Muslim or not) is to make profits (it is not a charity) while being socially responsible. That is just what the nature of a private for-profit enterprise is. There are other avenues for them to contribute to the society, than giving up profits. As far as the product selection is concerned, yes these businesses should adhere to what they think is socially/religiously responsible, but should not forget that they are operating in a free market economy where consumers are not obliged to help them in any way. Business is just about who serves the customers better, its not about being sympathetic towards suppliers. I thought the example at the end about the fire in the shop was a little too naive.
Ayesha H, Memphis, TN - wrote on 12/8/2004 8:48:42 AM
Comment:Muslims MUST learn to love what Allah Taa'la has prescribed. Allah Taa'la has prescribed zabeeha meats. Meat slaughtered in the name of Allah. The real bottom line ii this article is to first please Allah, then seek halal business. Excellent points made in article. Al hamdu lillah!
Rashid, Toronto Canada - wrote on 11/26/2004 12:02:51 PM
Comment:My god bless you and give you more and more kwnoledge and means to reach more muslim brothers and sistes around the world.
Jumaat Aziz, Singapore - wrote on 10/3/2004 10:48:46 AM
Comment:This is a good piece of advice though just a little presentation. Teaches us to be together as a humble slaves of Allah and the followers of Muhammad. I just hope that this site can brings in more Muslim brothers who are ikhlas( willing ) enough to do business with muslims and to support our Muslim brothers. May Allah be with us.
Bushra Majaz, pakistan,karachi. - wrote on 8/28/2004 2:21:48 PM
Comment:well it is really a very informative site as well as a nice way of understandings
Hamdan Mohamed, Singapore - wrote on 3/21/2004 7:55:54 PM
Comment:I personally find the articles and the information of this website very encouraging and 'eyes opener' for people like me in this part of the region.
I look forward to explore and learn more of the experiences that being shared in this website.
hira, karachi - wrote on 3/1/2004 5:07:03 PM
your site is very nice ...give the lesson to all the muslims...
Jahan Z. Qureshi, Boston, MA - wrote on 10/5/2003 12:43:45 PM
Comment:For more than five years, I have been persuing the goal of providing clean healthy Halal products to consumers around greater Boston. I beleive for our Management it is a process of intiative, receiving feedback, and further improvement. In our case it has (relatively) worked good, our customers are positively responding to our efforts, may allah help us to achieve our goals. Jahan Z. Qureshi. Blackstone Meat Company & Halal Market. Boston, MA.
Rufi, TN - wrote on 8/7/2003 2:52:35 PM
Comment:Us-slam allay Kum parents,Brother and sisters
I used to eat meat from out side stores, but today I am trying to do all the things hallal way. Coming across this sorts of web sites has made me or has opened my eye for islam may allaha bless us and give hadith for our brother and sisters
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