Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence
Headquarters: 68 Broomsdale Road, Batley, West Yorkshire WF17 6PJ
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Description: The IIJ was founded in 1976 by Mufti Yusuf Sacha, then based in Darlaston, West Midlands. In 1979 on moving to Batley, West Yorkshire, the Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence (IIJ) started to assist Muslims in their problems and social affairs. Initially, Fatawa (Islamic verdicts/legal Edicts) and research into contemporary issues were dealt with. After some time it became apparent that food technology and the complex nature of E Numbers was another field which needed thorough research. In the early nineties correspondence was established with major manufacturers and information collated from them to form a formidable volume of information published In a local magazine An-Noor. Thereafter, with the arrival of Mufti Faheem Mayet from South Africa in 1993, the Institute began the task of publishing a food guide for Muslims. This resulted in the first Muslim Food Guide published in the UK in 1995, thereafter two subsequent editions were published in 1998 and 2000 respectively.

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