During Eid al-Adha, beginning the evening of July 19th this year, the throats of tied-up, fully-conscious animals are slit – without cutting the spinal cord as Kosher slaughter requires because that would alleviate the animal’s pain. You see, Muslims believe that the longer the animal writhes in pain while he is slowly dying, the more of his panic hormones will be released, which allegedly makes the meat taste better.
The ritualistic slaughter is done to commemorate the story of what Muslims call the prophet Abraham, who was asked by God in a dream to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience. As Abraham was about to act, God instead bestowed upon him a sheep to kill in his son’s place. So now Muslims celebrate by cutting the the throats of live animals in the streets, in stadiums, in parks, at homes, where large groups of Muslims and their kids gather to watch the bloodletting festivities.
Amateurs get to try their hand at slitting live animals throats during EID, and even children get to participate, which is good training for future jihad activities.
For decades, the live export industry has capitalized on EID, the time of year when live animals are sold and ‘sacrificed’ en masse. And for decades, animals have suffered horrific consequences.
But you don’t have to go to a Muslim country to participate in EID animal brutality. You can watch it right here in Florida:
CAMEL Qurbani for EID is especially painful to watch. First they hobble the camel’s leg so he can’t run away. They they slit his throat and often have to slit it again because to takes so long for such a large animal to die.
Apparently, one angry camel in India was able to kill one of his Muslim torturers before they slit his throat.
Watch how they celebrate the bloodbath that is EID in Gaza