look at all that distruction of life!
you cannot compare slaughtering animals to the act of raping someone( quote sinister ji)
Yes in context of limit we exercise in description and expression of any violent act. Mistakenly you have posted a picture of harvesting ( plants reach to their end, if no one cut, their end remains the same, you could have posted other one to prove your point…. )
these people make a living out of this...they.. nor their actions are equivalent to rapists...slaughtering is not even close to raping a human being...it is their reality and this reality should be viewed by all to see and be discussed.
Again I didn’t point out at profession at all, my comments were limited to description, not a word against jhatka, so my friend, what are you reading?
with all the baby sentiments pushed aside, i think its time for some grown-up talk:
aren't most of the meat shops in punjab serving jhatka meat? most slaughter houses i know in the west kill quickly (the ones I have seen) (although growing the animals is not always humane...the execution usually is)
Again Sinister ji, it has nothing to do with the way of expression and the limits we exercise while describing any violent act
what is a humane execution and what can be labelled as jhatka?
Again this was not the topic as Halaal and jhatka were explained without commenting on those actions( whether good or bad). Jhatka means literally Push, jerk, shock, concussion, mode of beheading an animal with one stroke. ( Encyclopedia & Dictionaries…Hope it can be useful)
is jhatka complete decapitation? severing of the spinal cord?
,I have posted the literal meaning above, I have never dreamt to go in detail as my interest in this context is highly limited.
That means sikhs are not allowed to hunt for their food...they are only allowed to grow it. (which cannot be the case...because the innuit cannot become a Sikh
loses its universal appeal)
You are jumping on conclusions; nothing has been said against the post at all.
I would like to know what happened. Why “a mean of expression” has been extended to “what is right or what is wrong?”
i know mass produced chicken meat, on some large poultry farms, the chickens are electrocuted until the heart stops (is this Jhatka as well?...a chicken can be electrocuted in about 9-20 seconds?some farms use CO2some farms have a metal rod that they shoot into the head of the cow killing it instantly... then they have to drain the blood (open the carotid arteries and let it drain using gravity)
Good information, interested ones can use it
complete decapitation is never done on larger animals like cows:
Raj Khalsa ji, I think is not interested in Beef business
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Thanks for posting, I have no interest to see it( if it is posted for general view, thanks), I am just using my right to ignore.
who defines how quick death should be?
I watched both Halaal and jhatka events, I felt in Halaal, animal dies slowly, may be enduring more pain but I am not certain as I am not expert in this area. Thanks for sharing your knowledge on this with readers, so nice of you sinister ji !!