"The mercy behind halal slaughter methods"

The mercy behind halal slaughter methodsAs the Muslim festival of Eid ul-Adha approaches, many may wonder why Muslims give such importance to the slaughter and distribution of meat during this holiday, something that many people in the west may find strange to say the least.

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Like many religions, Islam is often misunderstood not only by non-Muslims but even by many Muslims as well. This is partly to do with how Islamophobic media sources portray Islam,—Ertan Karpazlı – World Bulletin/ Read it and weep….

The mercy of Mohammedanism, here:





And in Sweden:

SWEDISH family had its pet goat stolen and throat cut by Muslim asylum seekers in animal sacrifice ritual (Barenaked)


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  1. How and Why do Muslims end up becoming Unrepentant Murderers who glorify death?

    To answer this question we need to know what happens in every Muslim home in Australia (and in fact all across the globe):”

    “Before the Eid-ul-Zuha festival, every Muslim father brings home a baby goat (kid) and tells his child to play with that kid. As days pass, the child grows fond of the goat-kid for some days and when the day of Eid-ul-Zuha comes when the child is shocked to see that his pet goat is slaughtered in front of his entire gleeful and cheering family. The child feels guilty, he cries and asks for his friend (the goat-kid) to be spared. But when the goat is slaughtered in spite of this, and the child is told that this is part of Muslim tradition – the child is bewildered.”

    “After one year round the same time, the same ritual is repeated. Now the child is one year older, but he still has the innocence to play with a pet and grow fond of the pet. When the day arrives, the goat is again slaughtered, and the child is reminded of this being a hoary tradition. The child still feels guilty, but his guilt is now numbed by the words that repeatedly fall on his ears, that this is a qurbani (a sacrifice) and that it is our holy duty to kill.”

    “A year after that the child is again asked to play with a goat and on the day of the feast of Eid-ul-Zuha, he is asked to hold the dagger and help out in slaughtering the goat. The child gradually grows hard-hearted and now starts enjoying this ritual of killing the goat.”

    “A Muslim is made!


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