Mobile slaughterhouse launched for Eid Al Adha

By Aidan Fortune contact

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A mobile slaughterhouse has been launched by the Sharjah Municipality
A mobile slaughterhouse has been launched by the Sharjah Municipality

Related tags: Lamb, Goat, Halal

The Sharjah Municipality in the United Arab Emirates has launched a mobile slaughterhouse facility ahead of Eid Al Adha.

Designed to reduce the pressure during this busy period, the mobile slaughterhouse is limited to the slaughter of small livestock of sheep and goats and there is a veterinarian on board to supervise. It will be operating every day besides Fridays, Saturdays and holidays.

The mobile slaughterhouse is part of the central slaughterhouse of the municipality.

Eid Al Adha takes place on 12 August.

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2 comments

Barbaric!

Posted by Angela,

Disgusting that this goes on. Animals for food should be stunned before slaughter.
Why should they suffer in the name of religion!

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Cruelty to animals

Posted by Jane Singleton,

It’s hard to believe that in the 21 century animals are still being tortured to death in the name of this medieval mumbo jumbo! Animals are sentient beings -they have a brain and s nervous system like us -they feel fear and pain like we do! Just because they can’t tell us they’re terrified and in agony doesn’t make it any less real!! Disgusting

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