Friday, February 05, 2016
When asked by non Muslims friends on HALAL meat...
Someone was once asked by a Non-Muslim professor. What makes a meat halal? Most of us may have given a vague answer saying that we say the prayer before we cut, that makes it Halal.
Many hadiths and articles written by muslim scholars explain it in a scientific way..
WHAT MAKES A MEAT HALAL OR HARAM??
Answer: It is the undrained blood that contaminates the meat, which makes it Haram.
What non-muslim butchers do is completely CHOP OFF the head as a result of which the Connection between the Brain and the Heart is LOST hence the Heart stops Pumping/Beating almost instantaneously. Therefore there is no driving Force to PUSH the blood OUT of the body. As a result of this the blood STAGNATES in the veins and arteries and Contaminates the meat.
Scientifically Blood is one of the Best culture mediums to grow bacteria.
Consuming meat contaminated with blood makes humans more vulnerable to infections and joint pains. (Joint pains because of high uric acid levels in blood)
SO WHAT IS THE HALAL WAY??
Answer: We DO Not Chop off the head completely, instead we CUT the Main Vein (jugular vein) in the neck first. This vein contains venous blood in high pressure and it directly connects to the atrium of the heart without any interference. This method of slaughtering preserves the connection between the brain and the heart which allows neural transmissions to be delivered. This keeps the heart pumping/beating until all the blood is drained off completely from every vein and artery in the body making the meat PURE and thus halal. SUBHANALLAH!!
SO THE NEXT QUESTION IS WHAT MAKES FISH HALAL EVEN THOUGH IT IS NOT SLAUGHTERED THIS WAY??
Allah SWT has created Fish in such a way that the moment it is removed from water the Entire Blood in its body is redirected to a part called the Epiglottis in its mouth which turns bright red thus indicating that the blood is drained and the meat is pure. SUBHANALLAH!
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