Instead of writing a whole essay of the most obvious issue in Kuwait, I’m just gonna say that the treatment of animals here is horrifying, terrible and beyond cruel. This surprises me all the time, because Islam is a religion in which the well treatment of animals is the equivalent of how one should also treat another human being, so it surprises me that they view animals and just a toy that can be tossed aside whenever, tied up in the heat, or beat up for fun, even killed for the hell of it, and even used for sexual pleasure. Disgusting, beyond fucking disgusting [all those people should be burnt alive for hours and hours, then killed, and burn in Hell for eternity – I don’t care who you are – old, young, a kid, family member – don’t care, die], and those people still consider themselves to be Muslim and that they will go to Heaven for sure. Nope. You won’t. Doesn’t matter if you treat humans wonderfully, but then go beat on some animals, doesn’t fucking work that way, you’re still torturing God’s creations.
Oh, by the way, the whole deal with “If dogs enter the house, Angel’s won’t enter” is beyond crap. Don’t believe/listen to your strict “religious” family when they tell you this shit, it came from a false hadith, educate yourself instead of being fed this bullshit, there is not one verse in the Quran, which speaks of animals in any negative way, absolutely NONE. They are all good things. Do your research.
The following is taken from here: Click here, no seriously click, research, learn.
“1- God tells us in the Quran about the story of the dwellers of the Cave (Surah 18). In verse 13 God tells us that they were good believers and that God guided them.
In verse 18 God tells us that they had their dog with them.
Now if dogs are prohibited and dirty, would God speak of those dwellers of the Cave (who had a dog) as good believers?
2- In 5:4 God tells us that it is OK to eat what the trained dogs catch (dogs are used in hunting). But if dogs are dirty would God say that it is OK to eat what they catch with their mouths?
3- There is not one verse in the Quran where God says that dogs are dirty or that they are prohibited to keep.
4- Is it logical that God would create an animal to be man’s best friend and serve him in many ways, and then prohibit such an animal?”
Continue reading more on that site (link above the excerpt) and if you think “Oh, it’s just one person saying this, doesn’t mean it’s true” then research more, don’t be a lazy retard, and go read the Quran, like you’re supposed to. Because it’s obvious most people didn’t read the Quran and understand it or else the rest of the “devout” Muslims wouldn’t be treating the God’s creatures AKA animals, the way they do.
“There is not an animal that lives on the earth, nor a being that flies on its wings, but they form communities like you. Nothing have we omitted from the Book, and they all shall be gathered to their Lord in the end” (Quran 6:38).
“Seest thou not that it is Allah Whose praise all beings in the heavens and on earth do celebrate, and the birds (of the air) with wings outspread? Each one knows its own (mode of) prayer and praise, and Allah knows well all that they do.” (Quran 24:41)
“And the earth, He has assigned it to all living creatures” (Quran 55:10). [Notice the ALL, not just humans]
The following are excerpts from here: Click, more research for you.
“It is traditional among Muslims all over the world to regard the dog as a dirty animal that when touched would void the wudu (ablution) and infect the one who touched it with “nagasah” (dirty impurity)!
Sadly, this concept comes from fabricated hadith which claims that the Prophet ordered the killing of dogs and gave numerous hadith that prohibit the keeping of dogs except for hunting and guarding, due to their dirty status!
However, by studying the Quran we find no such truth. No where in the Quran are dogs prohibited, nor is there any mention of any contaminating effect of these lovely animals who are man’s best friend. Consequently, we must dismiss all these hadith that fabricate lies against the Prophet.
Hadith tell us that the Prophet prohibited the keeping of dogs as pets. Other hadith tell us that angels won’t enter a room where there is a dog. Other hadith tell us that if we touch a dog our ablution is void and we become impure, and that we have to wash seven times to clean this impurity, the final time in dust. That seems inconsistent with the Quran saying you may eat what they catch for you! Some other hadith go even beyond that to say that we must kill all black dogs!
The following are some examples:
Malik’s Muwatta, Book 54, Number 54.5.13:
“Malik related from Nafi from Abdullah Ibn Umar that the Messenger of God ordered all dogs (other than sheepdogs or hunting dogs) to be killed”.
Ibn Hanbal’s collection: The Messenger of God said:
“You shall kill all black dogs, because they are devils.”
The question is: Did the Prophet really issue these prohibitions? In addition, did the Prophet have the authority to issue these prohibitions?
The answer is given in the Quran:
“O you prophet, why do you prohibit what God has made lawful in order to please your wives? God is Forgiver Merciful” 66:1
Obviously God did not include the words in 66:1 in the Quran to belittle the Prophet in our eyes, but these words are placed in the Quran in order to confirm to all believers across all time that the Messenger of God does not have the authority to prohibit anything which is not prohibited by God. God is the only Law Maker (6:114) and the only duty of the messenger is to deliver God’s message (5:92).”
Go read the actual link for more. Do it if you’re one of those I’m describing in this post.
“A good deed done to an animal is as meritorious as a good deed done to a human being, while an act of cruelty to an animal is as bad as an act of cruelty to a human being.” – Prophet Muhammed PBUH
“Whoever is kind to the creatures of God is kind to himself.” – Prophet Muhammed PBUH
My baby, who I saved from a bird cage. I wish I could’ve saved all the animals at Friday market..