Halal Certification

Western Australia Halal Authority


“Oh Mankind! Eat of that which is lawful and wholesome in the earth…” (Quran 2:168)


Western Australia Halal Authority (WAHA), is a premier Halal Certification authority. We are established to provide a reliable and professional ‘end to end’ Halal certification, endorsement, consulting audit and monitoring services across a wide range of local and global industries. Our certification is based on the most stringent and conservative Halal requirements and guidelines accepted by all Islamic school of thoughts and include assessment and ongoing monitoring of processes, products and personnel involvement. Our services adhere to high morals, ethics, integrity, and professional competency to offer you the assurance and confidence, the transparency, the reliability, and more importantly the peace of mind one deserves whether they be a Halal consumer, a Halal provider, or a partner. We have recently restructured and repositioned ourselves to expand and consolidate our capabilities in terms of Training and Education, Halal Services including Consultancy, Audit and Certification, and Business Development.

Islamic Council of Western Australia


“Oh Mankind! Eat of that which is lawful and wholesome in the earth…” (Quran 2:168)


Islamic Council WA ICWA established a Halal Certification Subcommittee to manage and administer halal certification process for businesses.

The subcommittee has the following persons:

  • Dr Rateb Jneid [Chairperson]
  • Sheikh Hisham Obeid [ Halal  inspector and Secretary]
  • Brother Abdul Rahman Yahaya [Vice Chairperson]
  • Brother Haroon Ali [Committeeman and Marketing]
  • Naser Al Ziyadat  PhD   [Technical Advisor and Compliance Standards]

AFIC Halal Authority

“Oh Mankind! Eat of that which is lawful and wholesome in the earth…” (Quran 2:168)


The AFIC Halal Authority is the first and oldest halal certifying body in Australia. It is a service provided by the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils and operates as part of the AFIC not-for-profit structure. Our aim is to ensure that Muslims in Australia have access to Islamically permissible food and consumer products and a means for Australian businesses to have access to Muslim markets locally and overseas.

1 Comment

  • Renee
    Posted 2 hours ago 11:05 PM 0Likes

    To whom this concerns.

    I am in the process of establishing a business for skincare, hair care, perfumes and a few other items, I am wanting clarification in regards to the ingredients. I am wanting to ensure that all is fully halal and I am able to get them certified as halal prior to the full manufacture of the items.
    I am just wondering how it is I go about doing this please?

    Kind Regards

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