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Shechitah (Ritual Slaughtering)

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Shechitah (Ritual Slaughtering): ritual slaughtering
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The Jewish people today are facing many conflicts. One of these concerns shechitah, the ritual slaughter of fowls, lambs and beef so that Jews are permitted to eat the meat. A number of groups are applying pressure in an attempt to ban shechitah, or to im...
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Proper intentions for slaughtering are the cosmic struggle between good and evil.
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Proper intentions for slaughtering are the cosmic struggle between good and evil.
"Shechitah" - Slaughtering Animals for Food
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The spiritual significance of shechitah; the laws of kashrut applied to the beast, bird and fish within the soul of man
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A shochet must be learned in the laws of kosher slaughter and adept at sharpening and polishing his knives, known as shtellen ah chalef in Yiddish.
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