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Why do Muslims eat Halal Meat – It’s Unbelievable to see how these animals submit in ISLAM when the Muslims recite God’s words over them.This weeks guest will be giving you some great facts about Halal Meat along with short clip of Russell brand on Halal meat.
Some points you will learn from this weeks show
1. What is Halal meat
2. Why do Muslims eat Halal meat
3. Jesus and all the prophets of God ate Halal Meat
4. The Medical benefits of Halal Meat
5. Halal meat vs non Halal Meat
6. Non-Muslims say Halal Meat tastes better
7.Why Halal meat is healthier for you
8. It’s similar to kosher but less expense
9.A story of how a Non-Muslim Bjj Champion fell is love with Halal meat after seeing the process of Mercy Slaughter and eating Halal meat. All this and more on this weeks show with Dr.M.K
Anyone who is not even #Muslim but is just really into taking care of their body and overall health would tremendously benefit from eating Halal meat so take this opportunity to share this video with the people that you know.
Omar Regan’s Stand up Comedy at the YM Youth Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
By: Yvonne Maffei
‘Eid ul-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice) is a wonderful time for Muslims. It commemorates the obedience of Prophet Abraham (upon him be peace) to Allah (God) where he and son were tested by the command to sacrifice Ismael, and passed the test which actually saved his son, who was replaced by a ram.
By: Alicia Miller
Halal ritual slaughter has raised huge controversy in the UK press, writes Alicia Miller. But the far greater issue is farm animals’ entire quality of life – as reflected in the Qu’ranic principle that meat must be ‘tayyib’ – good, wholesome and from well-treated, healthy animals. Is this something we can all agree on?
By: Jalal Al Makhfi
EL JADIDA (AFP) – Harvesting mineral-rich seaweed on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Attibari Lemkhanter worries that the plant known locally as “red gold” is becoming increasingly scarce.
“There are more and more divers and less and less red seaweed,” Lemkhanter sighed as he worked on a beach in El Jadida, about 100 kilometres (60 miles) southwest of Casablanca.