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Hur slaktar judar?

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  1. Hur slaktar judar?
  2. Can a Muslim eat kosher meat?
  3. Is alcohol kosher or Haram in Islam?
  4. What is the difference between halal and kosher?
  5. Are non-kosher fish allowed in Islam?

Hur slaktar judar?

Judisk och muslimsk lag förbjuder att en spetsig kniv som sticks in i köttet används, varför i stället en lång, vass kniv används för att skära igenom halsens mjukdelar varvid flera strukturer som löper lodrätt i halsen delas (luftstrupen, matstrupen, två stora karotida artärer, två stora vener samt vagusnerven).

Can a Muslim eat kosher meat?

There is no other issue for a Muslim eating kosher meat. In Sunni and Ibadi Islam, there are no restrictions as regards to seafood, so kosher fishes are acceptable. (Non-kosher shellfish and mollusks would also be acceptable for the Muslim.)

Is alcohol kosher or Haram in Islam?

Kahrut permits alcohol while Islamic Dietary Laws forbid it. As a result, items cooked, prepared or marinated with alcohol, may be completely kosher, but are haram because they include alcohol.

What is the difference between halal and kosher?

Halal is an Arabic term used by the Muslim community which denotes that which is lawful or permissible, whereas Kosher is used by the Jews predominantly derived from the Hebrew word “Kasher” which means fit or proper. It is important to note the differences between that which is Kosher and Halal.

Are non-kosher fish allowed in Islam?

(Non-kosher shellfish and mollusks would also be acceptable for the Muslim.) In some versions of Shiite Islam, only kosher fishes are acceptable for Muslims and Shiite scholars specifically refer to the Jewish law in this regard. The argument is that what God has forbidden remains forbidden.