Islam’s Hatred of Dogs and Cruelty to Animals — on The Glazov Gang

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This special 2-Part Series of The Glazov Gang was joined by Dr. Peter Hammond, the founder of Frontline Fellowship. He discussed Islam’s Hatred of Dogs and Cruelty to Animals, examining the Islamic theological foundations that inspire a hatred of and sadism toward animals. [For Part II, CLICK HERE.]

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8 thoughts on “Islam’s Hatred of Dogs and Cruelty to Animals — on The Glazov Gang”

  1. It is a well-known fact that several religious texts forbid the eating of pork. According to Leviticus, the third book of Judaism’s Torah and Christianity’s Old Testament, pork is an “unclean” meat since pigs do not “chew the cud.” Meanwhile, the eating of pork is condemned no less than four times in the Qur’an of Islam. While no direct reason is given for this condemnation, many Muslims believe that it is because pigs are disease-ridden animals.

    The Religious Texts Are Correct

    Though science and religion rarely share a similar perspective, there are many scientifically-valid reasons for this religious condemnation of pork. Pigs really are dirty, unclean animals that eat almost anything, including rotten food, urine, faeces, maggot-infested carcasses, and even cancerous growths. That is the nature of the scavenger, and being raised on an organic, sustainable farm will not change that nature.

    This unpleasant diet wouldn’t necessarily be a problem for humans if pigs had a digestive system that effectively removed the toxins from their bodies, but therein lies the problem: They don’t. Unlike ruminant animals such as cows, sheep, and goats, which can take up to 24 hours to digest their vegetarian food, pigs digest their foul food within a mere four hours. This is not nearly long enough to remove excess toxins, so those toxins are stored within the fat cells and organs of the pig itself. Worse still, pigs do not have sweat glands (which are important agents for detoxification), further compounding their toxic load.

    Consequently, pigs are walking vessels of parasites, viruses, and other destructive organisms. A few of the many organisms that pork can transmit to humans include:

    Taenia solium – An intestinal parasite that can cause cysticercosis (tissue infection) and loss of appetite.

    Menangle virus – An unpleasant virus that can cause fever, rashes, chills, sweating, and headaches for between 10 and 14 days.

    Hepatitis E – A viral liver inflammation that can trigger jaundice, fatigue, and nausea. Chronic instances can lead to liver fibrosis and cirrhosis.

    Trichinella – A parasitic roundworm that can cause fever, malaise, edema, and myalgia.

    Yersinia enterocolitica – A volatile bacterium which, according to an investigation by Consumer Reports, was present in 69 percent of all raw pork samples tested. It can cause gastrointestinal distress, fever and, in the most extreme cases, fatal infections.

    Moreover, unlike most other meats, there is no safe temperature at which pork can be cooked to guarantee that all these organisms and their eggs will be killed. Even freezing pork doesn’t ensure that all organisms, especially certain species of worm, will be killed. As a result, even the most meticulously prepared pork will often contain harmful parasites and viruses.

    Still want to eat that organic bacon?

    1. That has nothing to do with abuse and cruelty toward animals. Choosing to not consume the flesh of certain animals most certainly doesn’t justify the horrific cruelty visited upon these creatures and so many others.
      If you don’t like them, or feel your belief system forbids their consumption, then how about just leaving them alone, huh?
      Anyone capable of inflicting such pain and suffering on a living being has a very dark place in their heart that they need to address long before they worry about getting some parasite from a bacon cheeseburger.

      1. it is not at all surprising that muslims treat unfavored animals with such cruelty. if it’s OK to lie, steal, cheat, rape, and murder, what’s dead animal or two – or 3, or 1500 …

        islam is a pirate cult, and its pious adherents behave like gang members. like gang members, they feel no compunctions about expressing cruelty towards others, whether the “other” is human or animal.

        this evil cult needs to be excised from humanity.

      2. I agree with you completely Lynne. There’s something very wrong with a person who tortures an animal.

    2. Normal, intelligent people raise their hogs on barley chop and corn, clean water and clean dirt or concrete. Proper hog production requires attention to amino acid profiles of feed and the days of free-ranging hogs in the woods where they come across carcasses are long gone. Even free-range hogs are inside a fenced pasture.

      We also have these nifty little things called dewormers, which takes care of your scary sounding taenia, aka common tapeworm. Very simple to eliminate, and any good producer worth buying from does take care of it.

      And your menangle virus? Limited to a single outbreak. Fearmonger much? Or merely preying on ignorance?

      Hepatitis E isn’t found in North America, Mexico aside, or any other part of the world that isn’t poverty stricken, and anyone reading your post-isn’t-and even then, it’s exceedingly rare, and keeping the hogs away from raw sewage pretty much eliminates the issue-back to that ‘intelligent’ qualifier again.

      Trichinella? Give the hog a dose of ivermectin and enjoy your pork well-done.

      And e. Coli of any strain? Proper butchering technique and preparation means the problem is solved.

      If you want to avoid it, knock yourself out. More for me and mine.

  2. We are talking about pets, Dogs, possible Cats. Today, it is safe to eat Pigs or Bacon. They are raised in controlled conditions and if cooked correctly there will not be any problems. Chicken, today is not a safe animal to eat unless it is cooked correctly.

    We are not sure where the laws in the Bible came from. Today, we have changed and update the laws to fit our times and conditions.

  3. Muslimes are horrible backwards people. These animals do not deserve to have to live anywhere near them. Muslimes have no problem killing anything they think should be killed . They kill their own children for bizarre reasons.

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