By Arnold Leese
An explanation of how and why the Jews insist on cutting the throats of animals and bleeding them to death. The gentile slaughter of animals are subject to laws that insist animals be stunned before they are bled, but religious ritual killing is immune from the same law.
It is interesting to note that laws against ritual slaughter were the first to be passed in National Socialist Germany – and the first to be repealed by the Allies when the war was over.