Halalgoogling is an Islamic internet search engine. During the holy month of Ramadan, Halalgoogling is used to block content that is deemed haram by Sharia law. It collects results from other web search engines such as Google and Bing and presents only the halal results to its users.
Type of site
|Web search engine|
|Available in||5 languages|
|IPv6 support||Yes, by arrangement or ipv6.google.com|
|Alexa rank||620,147 (May 2015[update])|
|Written in||Python, C, C++|
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