The Comparative Study of Halal products Supporting Procession Between Thailand and Malaysia

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อิสมาแอ สาเมาะ
อาแว แมะอูมา
นิอับดุลเลาะ นิตยรักษ์



          This research aims to study the Halal Products Supporting Procession of Thailand and Malaysia and the Comparative of Halal Products Supporting Procession Between Thailand and Malaysia. The study was collected data by records and interviews, the information was analyzed by creating conclusions.Then use the descriptive descriptive according to the objectives set forth. The result of the research found that:

          Thailand emphasizes building confidence in correctness based on Islamic principles. By using mechanisms of religious organizations, legal mechanisms for religious affairs came to supervise the Halal business as the main. Along with the use of scientific inspection processes to support the Halal certification standards. Malaysia will focus on being a center for food production and Halal products to export to Muslim countries around the world according to the country's strategy. By using mechanisms of religious organizations, Commercial organization, Scientific and technological research organization, Educational organization, Halal Product Research Institute, Including legal mechanisms that facilitate trade Export and customs, Developing standards and supporting Halal strategies.

          For the halal standard system of Thailand and Malaysia. The overall picture is consistent in terms of content. Only Malaysia will be outstanding and clear about the standard implementation. Have an efficient and comprehensive standard management system. Thailand has laws and regulations related to Halal businesses directly and indirectly are Islamic Organization Administration Act B.E. 2540, Industrial Product Standards Act B.E. 2511 and the National Agricultural and Food Products Act B.E. 2551. In Malaysia, there are more than 20 halal laws and regulations that are important, including Trade Details Act 2011, Food Act 1983, Food Regulations 1985, Food hygiene regulations 2009, Animal Act 1953 (revised 2006), Customs Act 1967. Local Administrative Organization Act 1976, State Islamic criminal law and the Consumer Protection Act 1999.

          The certification process and the request for using Halal marks in Thailand and Malaysia in general are similar as preparation, submitting request and consideration, inspection of establishments, consideration of the examination results and the granting of certificates. As for the management of Halal business, Thailand will be organized in committee form under the supervision of the Central Islamic Council of Thailand. Which is independent in the operation of certifying halal standards, and has clearly specified the authority and duty. Different from Malaysia, which has the organizational structure according to the main line of work under the supervision of the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM). Which has the Halal Corporate Governance Department specifically. When comparing between the two countries, Malaysia will be outstanding in its organization management to be recognized internationally.

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สาเมาะ อ. ., แมะอูมา อ. ., & นิตยรักษ์ น. . (2024). The Comparative Study of Halal products Supporting Procession Between Thailand and Malaysia. Al-HIKMAH Journal, 13(26), 51–62. Retrieved from
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