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Kosher vs Halal

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Published on Oct 5, 2011

Kosher vs Halal - What is the difference which one is more cleaner?

Jewish dietary law (Kosher) is more strict cleaner and pure than the Muslim dietary law (Halal): Why do Jews observe it more seriously and stricter than Muslims?

Jews are forbidden to eat according to the Torah: Pork, Shellfish (shrimps, mussels, squid), Mixing meat and dairy, camel, catfish, shark, birds that prey (eagle, vulture, osprey, ostrich) & rabbit.

Why does the G-d command us this in the Torah?
In Devarim 14:7 (Deuteronomy 14:7)
"However, of those that chew the cud or that have a divided hoof you may not eat the camel, the rabbit or the hyrax. Although they chew the cud, they do not have a divided hoof; they are ceremonially unclean for you."

Muslims eat camel,shellfish, rabbit ignoring what G-d said, even a small number of righteous Sheikhs have said it is not healthy for Muslims to eat shellfish, rabbit, camel but most Muslims still don't listen and eat these unclean animals. Muslims also mix meat with dairy which is also forbidden. Islam says it is permissible for them to eat eagles, vultures, ostrich, osprey when it is clear from the Torah it is not allowed.

Indeed our Muslim brothers need to learn and follow the true dietary laws of Kosher which although they are more strict than the Muslim Halal they are more cleaner and many Muslims say it themselves and eat it more than Halal. Barukh Hashem.

Many Muslims also eat at non-Halal/non-Kosher restaurants like McDonalds but just don't order pork combos, in Judaism if the restaurant is not Kosher, Jews are not allowed to go because they mix all the pork ingredients and oil with the food which is like eating Terefah or Haram food.
That is why you will never see a observant religious Jews with a Kippah in a non-Kosher McDonalds. For this reason throughout New York, Israel, Toronto Jews have opened their own Kosher McDonalds.

This video is not to attack any religion, just an advice to our Muslim brothers who claim they follow our Torah (Tawrat) and to remind them to follow Kosher instead, even if it is more strict than Halal, it's more cleaner and healthier and it also follows more of the commandments given from G-d in the book of Devarim Chapter 14 (Deuteronomy) than of what it says in the Quran. However, for modesty we are both on the same right track, except that Jewish religious men dress more modestly and equal, which is why we all dress in black or in all white with our Tzitzit and Tallit. Shalom/Salam.

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