Animal rites come before religion

There’s no shortage of controversy regarding so-called ritual slaughter, ie, the Kosher and Halal requirements that animals be alive when their throats are cut.

Such religious practices have traditionally been exempt from the oversight of civil government

Animal welfare activists have embraced the thinly disguised anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim sentiments rising across Western Europe as a common cause in their efforts to attack all of animal agriculture and meat processing. Continue reading

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