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Title: Analisis Fatwa-Fatwa Bone China Daripada Perspektif Hukum Islam
Authors: Norhidayah binti Pauzi, Saadan bin Man
Keywords: Bone china, istihalah, fatwa, hukum.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Series/Report no.: Vol 5 2015;
Abstract: Bone china is a product made of porcelain which contains bone ash, kaolin, and cornish stone. The mixture of these materials produced bone china of high quality. The existence of animal’s bone ash in products made of bone china spurs up doubt among the muslims society upon its usage. This is partly due to two main reasons, firstly the types of animals use, and the slaughtering method. The research aims to clarify the concept of bone china and explain in detail in processes involved in manufacturing it, and more importantly it discusses the Islamic principles that are of relevant in determining the ruling relating to the usage of bone china. This research also summarizes the suitable law toward the issue regarding bone china based on Islamic law principles methodology. To achieve the objective of this research, methodologies that have been used from literature review are documentation method and historiographical methods. In addition, this research also used survey method which are interview and observation methods and data analysis using inductive and deductive method. This research concludes that the usage of bone china can be formulated in two main views. The first view, is of the Hanafi’s and Maliki’s who permit the usage of bone china among muslim consumers as they accept the method of istihalah as a means of sanctification instrument in Islam. However, the second view, which of the Syafii’s and Hanbali’s prohibit the usage of bone china as they consider that no istihalah has taken place in the process of bone china.
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my:80/jspui/handle/123456789/14106
ISSN: 0127- 8886
Appears in Collections:JFMR - Vol. 5, 2015

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