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Islamic method of slaughtering animal

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      21-02-2009 20:33
    1. Islamic method of slaughtering animal​
    Zakkaytum is a verb derived from the root word Zakah (to purify). Its infinitive is
    Tazkiyah which means purification. The Islamic mode of slaughtering an animal
    requires the following conditions to be met:
    a. Animal should be slaughtered with sharp object (knife)
    The animal has to be slaughtered with a sharp object (knife) and in a fast
    way so that the pain of slaughter is minimised.
    b. Cut wind pipe, throat and vessels of neck
    Zabiha is an Arabic word which means ‘slaughtered’. The ‘slaughtering’ is
    to be done by cutting the throat, windpipe and the blood vessels in the neck
    causing the animal’s death without cutting the spinal cord.
    c. Blood should be drained
    The blood has to be drained completely before the head is removed. The
    purpose is to drain out most of the blood which would serve as a good
    culture medium for micro organisms. The spinal cord must not be cut
    because the nerve fibres to the heart could be damaged during the process
    causing cardiac arrest, stagnating the blood in the blood vessels.​
    2. Blood is a good medium for germs and bacteria​
    Blood is a good media of germs, bacteria, toxins, etc. Therefore the Muslim way
    of slaughtering is more hygienic as most of the blood containing germs,
    bacteria, toxins, etc. that are the cause of several diseases are eliminated.​
    3. Meat remains fresh for a longer time​
    Meat slaughtered by Islamic way remains fresh for a longer time due to
    deficiency of blood in the meat as compared to other methods of slaughtering.​
    4. Animal does not feel pain​
    The swift cutting of vessels of the neck disconnects the flow of blood to the
    nerve of the brain responsible for pain. Thus the animal does not feel pain.
    While dying, the animal struggles, writhers, shakes and kicks, not due to pain,
    but due to the contraction and relaxation of the muscles defecient in blood and​
    due to the flow of blood out of the body.

     
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