Daily Archives: October 5, 2013
The Islamic method of slaughtering animals, known as Zabiha has been the object of much criticism from a large number of people. Before I reply to the question, let me relate an incidence about a discussion between a Sikh and a Muslim regarding animal slaughter.
Once a Sikh asked a Muslim, “Why do you slaughter the animal painfully by cutting the throat instead of the way we do with one stroke i.e. jhatka?”
The Muslim replied “We are brave and courageous and attack from the front. We are mard ka baccha (macho men), you are cowards and attack from behind”. Jokes apart, one may consider the following points, which prove that the Zabiha method is not only humane but also scientifically the best: 1. Islamic method of slaughtering animal Zakkaytum is a verb derived from the root word Zakaah (to purify). Its infinitive is Tazkiyah which means purification. The Islamic mode of slaughtering an animal requires the following conditions to be met: Read the rest of this entry
Wa Iyyaka Nasta’een application is a collection of supplications and morning and evening athkar based on the book compiled by Dr. Farhat Hashmi. These beneficial supplications from the Qur’an and authentic Hadith of the Prophet [s.a.w.] protects one when afflicted by anxiety, sickness and sorrow. Read the rest of this entry
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‘No act is better for Ibn-e-Adam on 10th Dhul Hijjah than shedding blood. These animals will come on the day of judgment with their horns, hoofs and hides/hair. And before the blood falling on the ground it has status near Allah. You should do this qurbani happily.’
(Ibn-e-Majah and Tirmizi)
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