Al-Kafeel Islamic Center of the Religious Affairs Department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine confirmed that Noor al-Kafeel animal products are characterized by many advantages, the most important of which is that they are Halal and of nutritional value, therefore there are great demand by the Iraqi consumer.
The Head of the Religious Affairs Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, Sheikh Salah al-Khafaji, said, "This center has been established since the establishment of the Noor Al-Kafeel Company and began producing white and red meat and its products, both white and red. It has an important responsibility, which supervising the slaughtering operations that are carried out in accordance with Islamic law, through a specialized team with more than ten years of experience in this field."
And the assistant head of the department, Sheikh Adel Al-Wakeel, added that "the supervision of the al-Kafeel center's staff on the slaughter process is carried out in a precise and complex manner, following levels of supervision, indicating that the first is the direct supervision of the slaughtering operations of various types of meat. The second is the supervision of the slaughter operations in a manner that achieves true Islamic slaughtering. And the third is technical supervision that supervises the foregoing work."
It is mentioned that "the al-Kafeel project of meat slaughtered by hand according to Islamic Sharia, has been completed to supply the Iraqi market with meat that is safe for consumption from the Islamic and medical point of view, at competitive prices compared to the foreign meat available in the local markets, a large part of which is considered of unknown source in regard of its Islamic slaughtering. The Center is supervised by the Religious Affairs Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine. The Development and Investment Department handles the production, transportation and distribution of meat inside and outside Iraq, along with operations of price and quality control to avoid fraud, whether for chickens or cows, inside Iraq and abroad."