Humane Halal & Kosher Kind | Mercy In Slaughter
Kosher and halal dietary guidelines—particularly in regards to the treatment and slaughter of animals—have long sparked controversy and debate, even within their respective religious communities. The most contentious aspect of ritual slaughter—taking the international stage more than once—is whether shechita[1][2][3] and zabiha/dhabiha/al-dhabh[4][5][6] (the terms for slaughter performed to kosher and halal standards respectively) are the most humane and merciful or the most brutal and barbaric.