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    Default Jahweh gelas Kosher Marteldood van Diere

    Die onderstaande video ontbloot die wreedaardige wyse waarop diere toegelaat word om te ly terwyl hulle aan bloedverlies sterf. Die gorrelpyp word uit die stomme diere gesny terwyl hulle nog lewe.

    Sensitiewe kykers moet asb nie die video oopmaak nie. Kinders moet onder geen omstandighede hieraan blootgestel word nie, omdat dit 'n uiters traumatiese ervaring vir die dier en die kyker meebring.

    Die feit dat die jaloerse Jahweh hierdie wrede metode gelas, beteken nie dat dit aanvaarbaar is nie. In teendeel, ons behoort dit met minagting te verwerp.


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    Default Re: Jahweh gelas Kosher Marteldood van Diere

    Produkte van diere wat ingevolge die Jahweh voorskrifte nie onmiddelik gedood word nie, maar toegelaat word om oor 'n tydperk aan bloedverlies te sterf, staan bekend as "kosher".

    Sodanige produkte word aan die onderstaande "kosher" logo uitgeken.

    Let gerus op die "kosher-logo" produkte wat jy aankoop, insluitende nie-vleis produkte soos melk, ens.



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    NEW BETH DIN KASHRUT LOGO
    Look familiar? A subtle yet significant change, from a few seemingly meaningless letters to proudly making our mark.

    Our Jewish community's most trusted and familiar symbol of kashrut has had a facelift. If you've ever stopped to ponder the meaning behind the letters at the heart of the Beth Din Kashrut diamond, here is the long awaited explanation. You will notice four seemingly arbitrary letters, FSUC. The Federation of Synagogues (FS) was the umbrella body of the Orthodox Synagogues in the Transvaal, Natal and O.F.S. while the United Council (UC) was the same body in the Cape Peninsula. In 1983 these two bodies joined forces to form the Union of Orthodox Synagogues (UOS) of South Africa (SA) as we are still known today.

    However, the FSUC trademark remained registered, until now, and 29 years later we have finally re-registered the trademark with UOS and SA now replacing FS and UC in our updated kashrut logo.

    For us, this is a tremendous milestone. At the very epicentre of our most recognised symbol, UOS SA is now proudly displayed. And that's exactly where the UOS fits in - at the heart of Kashrut, and at the heart of fostering and maintaining the infrastructure necessary for Jewish life in South Africa. It is because of our dedicated Kashrut Divisions that this symbol appears on over 13,000 unique products, with 70,000 unique ingredients constantly being monitored through 4000 annual inspections both locally and abroad. Diamonds truly are a Jew's best friend.

    We have distributed the new logo to all our manufacturers and you may start to notice it slowly making its appearance. However it will take some time before it is fully phased in nationwide. Please note that the old logo remains completely valid.



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    Kosher

    Kashrut (also kashruth or kashrus, כַּשְׁרוּת) is the set of Jewish dietary laws. Food in accord with halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher in English, from the Ashkenazi pronunciation of the Hebrew term kashér (כָּשֵׁר), meaning "fit" (in this context, fit for consumption by Jews according to traditional Jewish law). Food that is not in accordance with Jewish law is called treif (Yiddish: טרײף or treyf, derived from Hebrew: טְרֵפָה‎ trēfáh).

    Many of the basic laws of kashrut are derived from the Torah's Books of Leviticus and Deuteronomy, with their details set down in the oral law that according to Jewish tradition was handed down by word of mouth down the generations from Moses and it was finally codified in the Mishnah which is the earliest portion of the Talmud. Later summaries of Halakhah such as the Shulhan Arukh, the Mishnah Berurah and other rabbinical authorities exist.

    The Torah does not state reasons for most kashrut laws. Many varied reasons have been suggested, including philosophical, practical and hygienic. The Guide for the Perplexed, by Maimonides addresses this topic.

    There are three categories of Kosher food – Meat, Dairy and Parve (or Pareve). The laws of kashrut pertaining to these derive from various passages in the Torah, and are numerous and complex, but the key principles can be summarized.

    Only meat from particular species is permissible. Mammals that both chew their cud (ruminate) and have cloven hooves can be kosher.

    Mammals and fowl must be slaughtered in a specific fashion: slaughter is done by a trained individual (a shochet) using a special method of slaughter, shechita (Deuteronomy 12:21). Among other features, shechita slaughter severs the jugular vein, carotid artery, esophagus and trachea in a single continuous cutting movement with an unserrated, sharp knife. Failure of any of these criteria renders the meat of the animal unsuitable. The body must be checked after slaughter to confirm that the animal had no medical condition or defect that would have caused it to die of its own accord within a year, which would make the meat unsuitable. As much blood as possible must be removed (Leviticus 17:10) through the kashering process; this is usually done through soaking and salting the meat, but organs rich in blood (the liver) are grilled over an open flame.

    Utensils used for non-kosher foods become non-kosher, and make even otherwise kosher food prepared with them non-kosher. Some such utensils, depending on the material they are made from, can be made suitable for preparing kosher food again by immersion in boiling water or by the application of a blowtorch. Food prepared by Jews in a manner that violates the Shabbat (Sabbath) may not be eaten until the Shabbat is over.

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    Default Re: Jahweh gelas Kosher Marteldood van Diere

    Jo, mense jul praat nou oor 'n onderwerp wat my baie diep raak, ek sien gereeld sulke videos op care2 en dit is werklik hartverskeurend, ek glo 'n dier wat gedood word vir kos moet op die vinnigste en mees pynlose manier sterf sodat die dier nie ly nie. vir my is die "stun gun" metode aanvaarbaar en werk as volg:

    One of the most controversial subjects in the United States, with attacks from PETA and the like: slaughterhouse etiquette. Is it humane? Does stunning an animal kill it instantly? Is it the best method out there? The answer is yes.

    The Captive Bolt Stunning technique is the fastest, and most humane method. It has been recommended by Humane Animal Slaughter advocate, and livestock industry consultant Dr. Temple Grandin, Ph.D, as long as it's done correctly.

    1. The first thing qualified slaughterhouse butchers need to do to perform the recommended captive bolt stunning technique, is to place the cow into the Center Track Restrainer. The Center Track Restrainer is the equipment that holds the cow in a firm, but low stress fashion. The cow must stay in an upright position the entire time to reduce excitement. The sides and exit of the restraint must be closed slowly, and avoiding uncomfortable pressure points again, to reduce excitement.

    2. When first put into the restraint, the cow must be blind to the front where the head will be inserted. The front should stay closed until the sides and back of the restraint are fully closed and secure. Although the cow needs sufficient lighting to see where it is going, it needs nothing more.

    3. Once the cow is secure inside the Center Track Restraint, take the Stun Bolt Gun and place the end in the correct position on the cow's head. The correct position is on the back of the head, without an angle (so as not to shoot the cow in a way that doesn't kill it instantaneously), where it will enter the brain but not fracture the skull to a high degree. The more damage to the skull, the more accurate the butcher has to be in order for the bolt to instantly kill the cow. Also, it reduces the spread of brain material.

    4. If the shot is done correctly, meaning in the correct position, the cow was restrained so it did not move during the shot, etc, the cow should not revive. Retract the bolt and clean and sanitize it before using it on the next cow so contamination does not occur. Once the bolt is clean, just repeat this process on the next cow in a safe and sure manner. - bron (e-how)


    Maar dan kry jy natuurlik die chinese, onder andere, wat baie lief is vir katte, en honde, en ek bedoel nie as troeteldiertjies nie, en hul sterf op van die wreedste wat ek nog ooit gesien het. Die kat/hond word aan sy pote onderstebo gehang, dan word hy eers lewendig "geskin", neem in gedagte die ontsaglike pyn en trauma wat dit inhou, daarna word hul dan lewendig gekook. en dit is maar een van derduisende dieremishandelingsake, Ek is ook 'n lid van care2 en daar was onlangs 'n pos wat hieroor gehandel het en selfs 'n video. moet dit nie kyk nie! nou vir mense om dit te kan doen, ek kan dit sowaar nie klein kry nie. hierdie maniere van hulle is vir my uiters barbaars en onaanvaarbaar.


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    Koeie raak 'heilig' in Duitsland

    2011-04-08

    Amsterdam – Nederland was een van die eerste Europese lande wat Jode toegelaat het om hul geloof uit te leef, en wil nou ‘n wet maak wat die rituele gebruik van diere in beide Joodse en Islam-tradisies sal verban.

    Die wetgewing word aangevoer deur ‘n onwaarskynlike alliansie tussen ‘n diereregte party en die xenofobiese, Freedom Party.

    Volgens die kampvegters vir wetgewing, ly diere wat volgens halaal en kosher voorskrifte geslag word, te veel.

    Die verregse Freedom Party kies om die wetgewing te ondersteun weens hulle skerp vyandigheid tussen die Moslem-bevolking in Nederland.

    Die Party of Animals, die eerste ‘groen’-party in die wêreld om tot ‘n parlement verkies te word, meen dat kulturele tradisies nie wreedheid teenoor diere regverdig nie.

    Die Duitse parlement sal die maand nog oor die wetgewing stem.

    Uit Nuus 24.

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    Halal Slaughter - Do Animals Feel Pain When Slaughtered?


    Halal Slaughter - Undercover Investigation[/h]Undercover investigation by GAIA inside
    slaughterhouses in Belgium (2009). Generally, halal (and kosher) ritual slaughter in
    Belgium and France is carried out without stunning. The animals are slaughtered in
    full consciousness. An INRA report estimates that the agony of animals can last up
    to 14 minutes.



    Many people believe that Halal slaughter is painless and merciful. In reality, animals who are killed in a Halal slaughter suffer immensely and endure an extremely violent and ruthless death.

    In order to determine if something is merciful and painless, we should ask ourselves if we would like it done to ourselves and our loved ones? After watching this video from GAIA, that shows a standard halal slaughterhouse, it's clear the answer is no.
    "But Halal Slaughter Is The Most Humane Way To Slaughter Animals"

    Some religious scholars say that religions place a lot of rules regarding how to slaughter animals, not because slaughtering animals is a merciful act, but because of the exact opposite. Since slaughtering animals is always violent and painful, some religions such as Islam and Judaism, decided to step in and regulate this practice, to make it less horrible.

    However, when we take an honest look at this process of slaughtering animals, it's clear that even when all the religious rules are kept, the slaughter in itself remains horrible and causes immense suffering. This is why the most merciful act we can do is to not slaughter animals in the first place.

    In order to help more animals escape a fate of misery, try to be vegan for 22 days! We highly recommend to join Challenge 22+ for both free guidance and support.

    Related video: Kosher Slaughter - Video Exposing Israel's Largest Kosher Slaughterhouse

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    German party calls for end to ritual slaughter

    Alternative for Germany, which scored three state parliament victories in March, also seeks ban on ritual circumcision, headscarves

    By JTA 26 April 2016

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    Illustrative photo of a kosher butcher slaughtering a chicken.

    Germany’s leading right-populist party has included the banning of some Jewish and Muslim rituals and symbols in its convention platform.

    The anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party, or AFD, in the program to be presented at its party convention April 30-May 1 in Stuttgart, called for an end to the legal exemption allowing Jews and Muslims to slaughter animals for consumption without first stunning them with an electric shock.

    The AFD made it into three state parliaments in March, shocking Germany’s political establishment.

    Also, the party wants to ban minarets and Muslim calls to prayer, the wearing of burkas and niqabs by women in public places and in public jobs, and the wearing of headscarves in schools by either teachers or pupils.

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    A supporter of the right-wing populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party displays a placard showing crossed out
    Niqabs during a demonstration against the German government’s asylum policy organized by the AfD party in Berlin
    on November 7, 2015


    The demands of the party’s Southern Bavarian faction to bar all non-medical circumcision of boys was not included in the final version of the party platform. Germany passed a law in late 2012 granting the right to religious circumcisions with certain restrictions negotiated with Jewish and Muslim religious leaders. Accordingly, infants older than 6 months must be circumcised by a medical doctor.

    On ritual slaughter, the national board of the AFD wants to require stunning, which it incorrectly claims is accepted by both Jews and Muslims. Religious laws in Islam and Judaism require animals be conscious when their necks are cut.

    The AFD faction from Lower Bavaria wanted to bar ritual slaughter entirely.

    Several countries have banned or are attempting to ban ritual slaughter, including Holland, Britain and Poland.

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    Ban on production of non-stunned meat comes into effect in Belgium

    January 7th, 2019

    The Dutch-speaking region of Flanders has
    banned non-stun meat, with French and
    German-speaking Wallonia set to follow
    later in 2019
    Humanists UK has welcomed the introduction of a new law in Belgium which requires all animals to be stunned before slaughter, and hopes it will lead to a change in law in the UK.

    The law, which came into effect on 1 January 2019, will ban the production of non-stunned kosher and halal meat in the Flanders region of Belgium. Wallonia, in Belgium’s south, will introduce the same ban in August, but the Brussels Regional Parliament has not yet adopted the measure. People in the Belgian regions where the production is being banned will still be able to buy non-stunned kosher and halal meat produced outside of Belgium.

    Non-stunned slaughter involves the cutting of an animal’s throat whilst the animal is still fully conscious and sensitive to pain, and sees the animal die slowly of blood loss. Humanists UK campaigns for an end to non-stunned slaughter in the UK, due to its inhumane nature and the unnecessary suffering it causes to animals.

    In both Islam and Judaism, consumption of non-stunned meat is seen as a requirement for many adherents. While most Muslims eat stunned halal meat, stricter Muslims and Jewish people believe their religion demands that the animal must be sensitive to pain during the slaughtering process and therefore not stunned.

    Current regulations in the UK regarding the welfare of animals specify that all animals must be stunned so that they are insensitive to pain at the time of slaughter, reducing the animal’s suffering. However, loopholes in the UK allow Muslims and Jews to slaughter meat in accordance with halal and kosher traditions without stunning, ostensibly for consumption only by members of their respective religions. No kosher meat is stunned, while approximately 20 percent of halal meat is non-stunned. This meat frequently enters the more general market.

    Blanket bans on ritual slaughter are in place in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Lithuania, Slovenia, Switzerland, Norway, and Iceland.

    Humanists UK Director of Public Affairs and Policy Richy Thompson said:

    ‘This ban on the production of non-stunned meat is a positive step forward in protecting animal welfare and is about ensuring that animals are more humanely treated under the law.

    ‘Evidence by animal rights groups show that the practice of non-stunned slaughter causes unnecessary suffering to the animal. It is only carried out for religious reasons, and the manifestation of a religious belief can and should be limited if it harms the health and rights of others, including animals. We hope to see the UK introduce bans on non-stunned slaughter as we are seeing in much of Europe.’


    NOTES:

    For further comment or information, please contact Humanists UK press manager Casey-Ann Seaniger at casey@humanism.org.uk or phone 020 7324 3078.
    Read more on our campaigns on animal welfare here: https://humanism.org.uk/campaigns/pu...nimal-welfare/

    At Humanists UK, we advance free thinking and promote humanism to create a tolerant society where rational thinking and kindness prevail. Our work brings non-religious people together to develop their own views, helping people be happier and more fulfilled in the one life we have. Through our ceremonies, education services, and campaigning work, we’re committed to creating a fair and equal society for all.

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