Halalgoogling: A Sharia Law Search Engine


This week, Halalgoogling, a search engine that fetches results from others like Google and Bing and filters content according to Islamic law was launched.

A press release announced that the Sharia-friendly search engine has a built-in “advanced special filtering system that blocks Haram content according to the Law of Islam” doing away with any content containing things such as “pornography, nudity, gay, lesbian, bisexual, gambling, anti-Islamic content”.

Some examples of attempted searches on the site that that may offend sharia:

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  • Mr Diesel

    But yet NAMBLA is returned. Go figure.

  • Luke Benson

    you can still do a search for “moose limbs” :D

  • JRR

    Since almost everything is illegal in Islam (except, of course, murder, rape and enslavement of non-Muslims), results are going to be a little thin.

  • lizard4445

    WHAT A JOKE!!!