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TheMuslim Council of Britaindid not respond to my request for comment but has previously opposed any ban on non-stun slaughter, saying: "This will affect both Jewish and Muslim communities, for whom stunning during slaughter is not allowed."
The week-long performances are part of the two-month-long Stunning Vietnam exhibition, which is organized geographically, taking visitors from the northern to southern tip of Vietnam to meet the country's 54 ethnic groups, and their unique customs, traditional crafts, and performance arts, according to the document.
A stunning and well spoken #MissUniverse2018 Catriona Gray.'
Located on the front-line riverside with panoramic views and the coastline beyond, this stunning penthouse property offers an opportunity not to be missed.
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European legislation on welfare at slaughter includes regulations on stunning following work by the European Food Safety Authority (Efsa) to assess parameters for electrical waterbath stunning of poultry.
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Episodes of transient myocardial ischemia may persist even after the return of normal myocardial blood flow, a phenomenon known as myocardial stunning. Even though the ischemic episodes are transient, the consequential injury might be permanent.
Fierce debate over halal food has drawn comment that it is cruel - Islamic law says animals must be uninjured, but some authorities allow a form of stunning.
In Australia, cattle are stunned prior to slaughter using a penetrative captive bolt, non-penetrative (percussive) captive bolt, or electrical methods, and, according to Gregory and Shaw (2000), when stunning is done correctly, the animal feels no pain and becomes instantly unconscious.
He said: "This news is stunning. Eleven horses tested positive, not one or two who might have been ill.