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Some halal meat consumers in the UK might be persuaded to switch to eating meat from stunned animals, new research suggests.
While 70 per cent of Muslim respondents to a survey expressed a preference for eating meat from non-stunned animals, just one in five said they regarded eating meat from animals stunned before slaughter as ‘haram or forbidden’.
The finding is noteworthy because it indicates that there is some flexibility among British Muslims when it comes to meat consumption. …
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