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Examines animal sacrifice as practised by the adherents of several world religions. This book raises the issue of the mass production of meat and exhorts the Muslim community, particularly in the West, to tackle the issue of "Halal" meat in an appropriate manner. It attempts to show the compassionate Islamic teachings regarding animal welfare., This book examines animal sacrifice as practised by the adherents of the major world religions. It raises the issue of the mass production of meat and exhorts the Muslim community, particularly in the West, to tackle the issue of "Halal" meat in an appropriate manner. It also attempts to show the kind and compassionate Islamic teachings regarding animal welfare. Islam wants its adherents to think and act in terms of accepting all species as communities in their own right., Preface; Comments and Abbreviations; Saying of Some Muslim Sages; Chapter One: Islamic Concern for Animals; Chapter Two: Vegetarianism v/s Meatarianism; Chapter Three: Animal Sacrifice; Chapter Four: Halal Meat - the Bone of Contention; References and Notes; Index., Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri (1914-1992) was the joint editor of The Islamic Review. In 1964 he became the first Sunni Muslim to be appointed as the Imam of the Shah Jehan Mosque, Woking, England. He worked closely with the charity Compassion in World Farming (formerly the Athene Trust), which in 1988 published the first edition of this book, "Animals in Islam".