The Council Participates in "Shari'a Ruling on Stunning Birds and Animals Before Slaughter" Symposium in Jeddah
The activities of the symposium on “Shari'a Ruling on Stunning Birds and Animals Before Slaughter” were launched under the auspices of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy, in cooperation with the Food and Drug Authority in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, from 13-14 June in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
A delegation from The World Muslim Communities Council will participate in the symposium, along with the CEO of the Food and Drug Authority, and a number of officials, and specialists in technical and jurisprudential issues on stunning methods.
The symposium aims to broaden the awareness about stunning birds and animals according to the outcomes of recent scientific studies and available field facts.
The World Muslim Communities Council is an international non-governmental organization that was established on May 8, 2018 in Abu Dhabi. It includes more than 900 Islamic organizations and institutions from 142 countries. It is a think tank for helping organizations and associations operating in Muslim communities, renewing their thinking, improving their performance, and coordinating it's joint work.