Sallam Alikum What's the ruling on the hunting of wild animals slaughter? If you fire and kill the animal, do it still need to alive when you reach to slaughter? Do you need to read Bismillah when firing, essentially all the ruling about killing and slaughter wild animal please
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Fiqh: Slaughtering and Hunting Animals
Asalam u Alykum, we are muslims students living in a small town of Hungary, we tried to find meat which is halal means properly slaughter by muslim, but we are unable to find.Please guide me that whether we can use the chicken or mutton that we get from here because we are not sure how the cut the chicken, it is obvious they dont slatugher and they are not muslims, some of us muslims students are using but some are not using it since last 6 months.
As we buy fishes from markets, where they are brought after two or three days after being caught and we are also told that when fishermen throw their nets and catch fish, along with the live fishes, there might be the dead ones also.
ASA. Why aren't fishes slaughtered (zabiha)?
Is a fish who died her natural death not hunted by human hilal or haram
In western Countries, chicken is slaughtered by machine but there are muslim people standing just to recite BismIllah Are that kind of chicken HALAL?
According to Islamic Laws Masael # 2603 Animal should be facing Qiblah but here is USA most of the slaughtered house they do not face animal towards Qiblah, what is the ruling on that, is that Halal?
Please reply. jazakallah
In UK we have many Nando's branches who serves Halal chickens. Their supplier are Freemans chicken which is not approved by HMC as they stunned their chicken as they say " high frenquency but low voltage" . As per Ayatollah Seestani can we eat stunned chicken? Please check Nando's link below which contains all the information on how they slaughter the chicken. http://www.nandos.co.uk/halal-chicken
In the West (and generally globally now) the practice of animal rearing and slaughter is one of an industrial nature. Animals are often force fed, kept in small cages, given specific drugs to increase growth and many other such practices, all in order to optimise the production of meat/chicken products.
My question is related to the permissibility of such meat. Even though the end slaughter may be in line with Shariah, does this contravene the concept of Tayyab and hence deems meat/chicken that has undergone such conditions unlawful?