One of the biggest laws in you are not allowed to kill. Well, let me restate that, you are not allowed to kill another human being. So as long as you don't kill another person you are fine. Well, that part is partially wrong as well. You are only allowed to kill animals the kosher way, which usually involved cutting their throat. They are supposed to die painlessly. I suppose the is better if you are going to eat meat anyway because the poor animal that means nothing to the human eating it won't feel as much pain, but you are still ending another innocent creatures life. I think it is funny how religion where life I so important contradicts itself so much.
While I am still on the topic of Judaism, let me talk about the Holocaust. More than 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust. Yes, I have feelings, and I do think that the Holocaust was a terrible thing, and so many people died. But, I find it funny how people cry every year to remember the Holocaust, but that dinner they eat a chicken. I certainly feel bad for those many people that died, but I feel no compassion whatsoever for everyone else who cry's every single year because they are hypocrites. There are so many other examples where this is true, such as the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Centers. But to me there is a Holocaust every day, but the only difference is they take place in slaughterhouses and different animals are killed.
There are so many amazing animal rights organizations out there, and they are all amazing. They help save the lives of so many animals each year. I love PETA's naked protests, and when the ALF breaks into farms and takes all those poor, cramped up, starving chickens, and nurses them back to good health.
There is so much more to animals rights then what I mentioned in the above paragraphs. Meat eating is obviously the most well known issue, that not even putting a dent in the issue of animal rights. Everything from Elephants in the Circus, people...
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