99% van geleerden UNANIEM tegen bedwelmen van dieren voor de slacht
The Unanimous Agreed View of Muslim Scholars of UK ConcerningHalal & Stunning ️
In the largest independent survey of Muslim Scholars conducted in the UK concerning Halal and Halal standards, Alhamdulilah 99% Unanimously expressed preference for non-stunned & 100% Unanimously agreed the needfor the continuation of religious exemption in the UK which allows Muslims and Jews topractice the religious beliefs (Prophetic method of Slaughter/ Zabiha) and without the use of any type of STUNNING. In June 2009, an independent online survey was commissioned by HMC (Halal Monitoring Committee) through Ajax Consultants to understand the scholarly opinions on Halal in the UK. Responses were received from 282Ulamas and Muftis from over 25 towns and cities covering, London, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Leicester, Manchester, Blackburn,Reading, Preston, Dewsbury and many more cities across the UK. The survey asked several questions covering issues on theacceptance of mechanical slaughtering,stunningof animal prior to slaughter, recitation of tasmiyah, and views on the current exemptions in UK and European law. The Summary of the findings are outlined below: * 95% of the Ulama do not accept "mechanical slaughter" as an accepted method of Halal slaughter in Islam (2.1% want to understand the issue further) * 99.7% stated that Bismillah (Tasmiyah) should be prayed individually by person slaughtering (not taped or person standing on the side) * 90% rejected electrical stunning of chickens * 85% rejected electrical stunning of larger animals (9% welcomed further research) * 99% expressed preference for non-stunned * 100% saw the need for the continuation of religious exemption in the UK which allows Muslims and Jews to practice their religious beliefs (Prophetic method ofSlaughter/Zabiha) and without the use of any type of Stunning. The survey included responses from 32 Muftis, 201 Ulama and 49Imams HMC Chairman Shaykh Yunus Dudhwala commented: “This surve is the largest of its kind conducted in the UK and sets clear guidelines of acceptability and standards for Halal in this country. It further endorses the standardof Halal that HMC has followed since its inception in 2003”.