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Animals and Humans
What are animals for?
We have a list of reasons why animals and Humans are different
Humans are biologically similar in some ways to animals
This is why animals are used in scientific research.

Genesis 1v24-26 and Luke 12v6 talks about how Christians view animals and humans…

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Religious Responses to animals in
Religions would accept, provided that the conditions animals were kept in were good and not subject
to cruelty.

Religious responses to animal's cruelty:

RSPCA: Set up by a Christians to prevent cruelty to animals
Assisi Declarations: In this meeting, leaders from each religion made…

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Cruelty is forbidden
Humans should respect animals
Hunting is allowed for food but not for pleasure
Animals experimentation is allowed for essential medical advances
When on Hajj in a sate of ohram Muslims should not harm any living thing
They do have food laws of what is haram or…

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Most religions believe that putting animals to work is acceptable, providing that they are not
abused and exploited

In Hinduism the cow is sacred. They rather the animals work for a living rather than been eaten. It is
seen as a gift because it provides milk and the means of…

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2. I think that it depends on what culture you come from because in some counties it is
expectable to eat dogs but in western society dogs are considered domestic animals and it
would be considered almost grotesque to eat dog.
3. Islam's believe that all meat must be Hala…

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Some Hindu's eat meat but they would never
eat cows!
For Agaisnt
100,000 foxes are snared of shot each year but
only 16,00 foxes are killed by hunts
A foxhound wighs four or five time more than a
fox and it's powerful jaws kill thr fox quickly and



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