What do you mean by slaughtering? Yes, the animals heads do get cut but it has to be done very swiftly and humanely. And before, the people have to pray first. If I sound offended I'm sorry it's just that I am a Muslim and slaughtering is a very discomforting word and does not fit what (atleast for Muslims, I don't know what Jews do.) is done.
Thought i might add that what i meant by “the animals head do get cut” was that the throat gets cut. This just shows that i didn’t read the article and was just being a stupid kid, so sorry if i sounded very annoying. And i do agree that it shouldn’t be done with anaestheti. With the poll i chose neither.
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While this is commendable per se, I can't help but notice the large scale hypocrisy. If governments and general public were REALLY pro animal rights, and against animal suffering, 99% of the meat industry would cease to exist.
Post by creature386 on Jun 23, 2018 15:06:50 GMT 5
Agreed, I'm sick of kosher and halal slaughter being used to point out how inferior Jews and Muslims are to everyone else (including how some people counter every criticism of the meat industry with "What about the Muslims?"), though I of course still think these small steps efforts are commendable.
I was raised Catholic (although I'm not really one right now) and I have nothing against Judaism but needlessly causing harm to animals should be against any kind of religion rather than religion actually supporting it. Religions of the world are often so contradictory to what they say they are about, sometimes its ridicules. I'm all for tradition but in this case tradition be damned.
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