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The food which having halal written on it is this really halal. And different canteens and resturants that offers you the halal food or named as muslim canteens or muslim resturants what is assurance about them. And any chinese muslim is selling some food including cooked meat can we trust them that the animals are properly slaughtered.

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@baqirmehdi Yes, if they say it is halal you can eat it. You don't need to investigate further than this. 

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Q5) Muslim restaurants that have a sign reads all meats are halal. I also ask the person who's in charge of the restaurant if the meat is halal if he/she says yes. Do I still need to investigate further where he/she is buying the meat and ask for more proof? Or when they say its halal that's enough?

A5) It is not obligatory to investigate more than this.

 

Q6) In a non-Islamic country can one buy halal meat from a Muslim store that sales pork and other meat, which is not halal?

A6) It is permissible and halal to eat.

 

Q7) Is it allowed to eat at a restaurant its staff are of different religions?

A7) It is permissible as long as you do not know a non-Kitabi Kafar touches it with a wet hand.

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4 hours ago, baqirmehdi said:

And different canteens and resturants that offers you the halal food or named as muslim canteens or muslim resturants what is assurance about them.

Usually they'll have Quranic verses on the walls and the people themselves are usually not Han Chinese but from the Muslim regions. I always take their word for it and eat the meat. That's what I've done in Xian and Beijing, anyway.

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I want to ask a problem that as it is not permissible eat food touched by a kafir not ehl e kitaab, but I am in China where majority is not ehl e kitaab, I can avoid some foods but not all like if I buy dairy products,  sugar, oil, likewise other many  things?? And it is very clear when we bake or cook some thing our hands are usually wet. 

 

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Salam,

Brother, from my experience, there is a lot of leeway in this issue. Unless you see them physically touching the food with their WET hands, you can eat the food, provided of course the food is halal to begin with. Others can correct me if I am wrong.

Salman

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