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  • The ritual slaughter of animals to which he referred involves the procedure, as Wikipedia explains, stipulated in Jewish law in which the animal is dispatched by "severing the trachea, esophagus, carotid arteries, jugular veins and vagus nerve in a swift action using an extremely sharp blade."

    Danish ban on ritual animal slaughter unites Jews and Muslims →

  • "It seems to me obvious that the slaughter of animals at the end of their lives is of far less ethical importance than the way they are treated beforehand. The cruelties of factory farming extend over an animal's whole lifetime whereas the cruelty of ritual slaughter lasts minutes at most," declared Andrew Brown, a writer and blogger for Britain's Guardian newspaper.

    Danish ban on ritual animal slaughter unites Jews and Muslims →

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