Slaughtering of Animals in Islam

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In Islam, much consideration is given to the way in which creatures' lives are taken so as to give nourishment.

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Slaughtering of Animals in Islam:

Slaughtering of Animals in Islam

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In Islam, much consideration is given to the way in which creatures' lives are taken so as to give nourishment, in light of the fact that in the Islamic custom, life is sacrosanct and one must slaughter just with God's consent, to meet one's legitimate requirement for nourishment.

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Muslims butcher their domesticated animals by cutting the creature's throat in a quick and benevolent way reciting "In the name of God, God is Most Great" (Al Quraan). The creature ought not to endure at all, and ought not to see the sharp edge before butcher. The blade must be dangerously sharp and free from any blood of a past butcher. The entirety of the creature's blood must be depleted before utilization. Meat arranged as such is called zabihah, or just, halal meat.

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These principles don't matter to fish or other oceanic meat sources, which are altogether viewed as halal. Islamic dietary law sees all types of sea-going life as halal . Many Muslims get Cheap Umrah Packages from Sharjah and then they take cheap Umrah Package by Bus from Sharjah and go to Makkah where they learn whole method of slaughtering an animal in Islamic Way.

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