Islamic Hospitality Case Study

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hospitality services that obey with the Islamic principle (Syariah). Generally, Muslim-friendly environment which includes hotels, restaurants, and services that provide separate facilities for women and men, prayer facilities and not serve alcoholic beverages and only offer food with Halal certificates to their customers. CONCEPT The hospitality industry emphasizes on the provision of equipment requirements to serve guests such as hospitality industries that include accommodation, food and exercise services. The definition of hospitality actually emphasizes on how to serve guests based on certain ethics or morals. It contains the definition that the server should be able to do and there is no objection to serving guests with a sense of friendship,…show more content…
Since conventional hospitality has no specific reference to hospitality discipline, good ethics is only as learned from their parents. In terms of rewards are merely gifts and praise from employers. So he has no power to invoke them in absolute ethics. In other words when it breaks the relationship with Allah SWT, human relations will be cut off even as strong as the relationship between them. Because the concept of Islamic hospitality needs to be attentive and its concept should be in line with Islamic views. Here we can also say that the Islamic hospitality includes it in respect of the ways of honouring guests, kindness, providing a comfortable atmosphere, delighting them in association and introducing them to other friends, thus serving…show more content…
Their also being responsible to process halal status of the products and take counts on inspection, examination on the halal status of raw material maintenance and surveillance from farm to the table. Besides that, JAKIM also in cooperate with other government agencies such as State Islamic Religious Department (JAIN) and State Islamic Religious Council (MAIN). Under the collaboration, JAKIM has the authority to certify Halal certification for Halal products for exports and imports whether JAIN and MAIN only issue Halal certification to companies producing and processing products also services for the local consumption using the same Halal logo. Based on JAKIM, Halal certification is defined as an operation to obtain Halal certification through several sequences to show materials and production process are occupying with the standard of Islamic principles. In the point of view of JAKIM, Halal certification is necessary as it is the sole recognizing mark that the product meets the Halal requirements and fulfil the standard in Malaysia. (Razalli, Yusoff, & Mohd Roslan,

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