Title : Machine Halaal Slaughtering Explained.

: Admin | : 2020-02-15

Feb. 04 2020
Machine Halaal Slaughtering Explained.

Imam Qamrul Khanson; the VP-Operation for Canadian Halaal Food Certifying Agency (CHFCA) talked to a group of Islamic Scholars from GTA about the validation of automation in Halaal Slaughtering.

The Machine Halaal Slaughtering meets 100% requirements of all aspects of Halaal food and invited the scholars to throw any question to which they seek clarification.

Imam Qamrul Khanson categorically rejected the CFIA recommendation of 'Decapitation' as Corrective Action Required (CAR) in case of noted sensitivity in the bird missing the rotary blade Halaal slaughtering.

Decapitation of the bird is rejected and declared Haraam for the Halaal Food Chain.

Imam Qamrul Khanson elaborated that there is absolutely no chance of decapitation during the Machine Halaal Slaughtering as slaughtering is consistently gauged with minor or no variation in the slaughtering process.

The Imam also mentioned that their is a significant possibility of decapitation in Hand Slaughtering in a continual online processing as manual calibration is never a gauged cut but varies significantly and it does result in the decapitation due to individual human error which any processor must find solution to eliminate such birds from the Halaal Food Chain.

CHFCA rejects decapitated birds as Haraam and considers such birds as waste and non-edible to Halaal consumers.✔