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Don't the laws of shechita (kosher slaughter) provide for a humane
slaughter of animals so that we need not be concerned with violations of tsa’ar
Jews don't eat meat, won't they be deprived of the opportunity to do many mitzvot
(commandments)? If God did not want meat to be eaten, why are there so many laws
concerning the slaughter, preparation, and consumption of meat?
considers it sinful not to take advantage of the pleasurable things that God has
put on the Earth. As He put animals on the Earth, is it not a transgression to
refrain from eating meat?
Haven't Jews historically had many problems with some animal rights groups which
have often opposed kosher shechita and advocated its abolishment?