為什麼應該吃清真食品或它的優點是什麼?Why anyone should eat Halal meat or what are the advantages of it?

July 10, 2018

 

 

為什麼穆斯林只吃清真食品呢?什麼是清真食品?為什麼應該吃清真食品或它的優點是什麼?

 

伊斯蘭飲食法中詳細規範了允許穆斯林吃的動物,所有這些動物都是清真的(Halal 阿拉伯語含義合法),其他不合法的動物都被稱為Haram。現在關於伊斯蘭和非伊斯蘭世界之間的清真和聖地之間存在長期爭論,許多人已經提供了相關論點,但我們強調與Haram肉相比吃清真食品更有利的事實。

 

為了使消費品符合清真食品,古蘭經和聖訓為所有穆斯林和伊斯蘭宗教信徒提供指導,指導他們如何屠宰動物以及在什麼條件下!屠宰動物的過程被稱為“Zabiha”,然而,它絕不會實質上定義或包含什麼是真正的清真食品。只有一個特定因素涉及動物如何或是否被屠宰。同樣地,'Zabiha'沒有提到血液,或被雜質污染的肉或死屍的消費;所有這些都在伊斯蘭教聖書中被禁止。

 

在穆斯林社區中,清真用於描述食物和行動中允許的內容。穆斯林通常將清真與食物聯繫在一起,許多非穆斯林也是如此。就本文而言,我們探討為什麼清真食品,特別是肉類和家禽,對每個人都有益。

 

清真食品如何適合這個參數?

 

清真食品不僅包括肉類,甚至包括吃的肉類,儘管它是消費最多的產品類型。對於從農場到餐桌的動物作為清真食品,它必須從一開始就過著純淨的生活,按照伊斯蘭標準完成一個允許的生命週期。它必須吃得好,被很好的對待,最後被很人道地犧牲。


動物在其一生中接受的對待和餵養方式非常重要。它不應該被濫用,虐待或引起任何痛苦。它不應局限於不能移動或正常行走或呼吸新鮮空氣的區域。它應該餵乾淨的水和適當的食物,絕對不會餵食其他動物或含有其他動物副產品的產品。

 

在屠宰之後,血液應該從動物身上完全排出。攜帶毒素,細菌和細菌的血液,當留在動物體內時,可能會使人生病。至少,它可以使煮熟的肉非常堅硬。清真食品是一種健康的肉類,而在烹煮或食用時其產生的柔軟質地且鮮美的肉質更是讓人驚異。有人說他們光是品嚐就能知道差異。

 

治療我們的身體的有益健康的食物,沒有有害成分 - 殺蟲劑,毒素,污染物,污物等 - 不僅是穆斯林所希望的價值,而且是全人類所希望的。 這是一種共同的需求,共同的願望和共同的權利,這意味著每個人都可以從消費清真食品中受益

 

Why Muslims eat Halal meat only!? What is Halal? Why anyone should eat Halal meat or what are the advantages of it?

 

Islamic Dietary laws gives a detailed account of the animals that are permitted for Muslims to eat, all such animals are halal, the Arabic word meaning lawful, anything unlawful is known as Haram. I.e. Halal. Now there is a long debate about Halal and Haram between Islamic and Non-Islamic world and many has given facts about it but we are highlighting the proven facts which favours to eat Halal meat as compare to Haram meat.

 

In order for a consumable product to be Halal, the Quran and Sunnah give guidance to all Muslims and Islamic religion followers that how to slaughter animals and in what condition!? The process of slaughtering animals is called 'Zabiha',however, does not in any way substantially define or encompass what is truly Halal. It is only one specific element that relates to how or if an animal is slaughtered. Similarly ‘Zabiha’ makes no reference to the consumption of blood, or meat that is contaminated with impurities, or dead carcasses; all of which are prohibited in the the holy book of Islamic religion.

 

Within the Muslim community, halal is used to describe what is permissible both in food and in actions. Muslims typically associate halal with food, as do many non-Muslims. For purposes of this article, we explore why halal food, specifically meat and poultry, is good for everyone.

 

How does halal food fit into this parameter?

 

Halal encompasses more than just meat, or even the type of meat eaten, although it is the most discussed type of product consumed.For an animal to go from farm to table as halal food, it must have lived a pure life from the very beginning, finishing a cycle of life that is permissible in accordance with Islamic standards. It must have eaten well, been treated well, and been sacrificed well. 


The kind of treatment and feed an animal receives during its life is important. It should be not be abused, mistreated or caused any pain. It should not be confined to an area where it cannot move or walk normally or get fresh air. It should be fed clean water and food that is appropriate and absolutely never fed another animal or products that contain the by-products of other animals.

 

After words, the blood should be completely drained from the animal. It is the blood that carries toxins, germs and bacteria and when left inside the body of the animal, could potentially make people sick. At the very least, it could make the cooked meat quite tough. An amazing result of cooking and consuming halal meat is a healthy meat in which the resulting texture is tender and the meat delicious. Some people say they can “taste the difference”.

 

Treating our bodies with wholesome foods free of harmful ingredients — pesticides, toxins, pollutants, filth, etc. — is not just a value desired by Muslims, it’s desired by all of humanity. It’s a common need, a common desire and a common right, and that means everyone can benefit from consuming halal foods and avoiding what is not.

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