The world's first 'Halal' search engine designed for Muslims goes live
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue September 1, 2009 9:55 pm

INTERNATIONAL.  As of today, Muslims from all over the world can search the World Wide Web safely without coming across content that might be considered "Haram" according to the Islamic Law.

The search engine, ImHalal.com (http://www.imhalal.com/ ), only fetches results that are flagged as to be "Halal".

The search engine uses various techniques to determine which results fetched are supposed to be "Halal" or "Haram". Once a user comes in contact with content of explicit nature, the search engine will return a negative search advice.

The last few years Muslims have become very active on the Internet. The lack of tools for Muslims to be able to continue their online activities responsibly has inspired ImHalal.com to enter the search engine market.

The site offers a broad range of functions that are developed specifically to increase the users search experience. Besides focusing to be a great Islamic search engine, ImHalal.com also aims to deliver the best search product as well.


 

 

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