Bull.Other Jewish experts agree. “This is not about animal rights,” said Joe M. Regenstein, a professor of food science who runs a kosher and halal food program at Cornell University. “It’s an invitation to Jews and Muslims to leave.”
The Dutch, unlike Australian's, are about to take a stand about inhuman killing of food.
It might be that cruelty to our food supply is entirely compatible with many or all religions, but I've yet to see a compelling and logical argument.
Anyone whose religion requires these practices needs to rewrite their sacred text of choice.
I don't think anyone's deity is going to get upset about a small kindness in the moments before we kill our meat.
Muslim butchers unsettled by Dutch bill