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In the Name of God بسم الله

Method of killing fishes

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Traveller14

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On 8/16/2019 at 12:16 PM, Traveller14 said:

Is there any specific guideline?

Salam you must let fish dies out of water in natural process & don't it's head with stick or by any physical force .

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5 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

don't it's head with stick or by any physical force .

Salam.

After taking them out of water some fishes take too much time do die naturally. Like 3-4 hours, some takes even more.
Waiting this long time to start processing them is not possible in most cases. Hitting the head with stick is also prohibited as you mentioned.
So, can we cut its throat (while still alive) like we do for animal? Or it is a must to wait for them to die naturally?

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You let it die naturally

 

From Al Sayyids website:

https://www.Sistani.org/english/book/49/2413/

- So long as the conditions of slaughtering are adhered to, it is halal to consume. In that a) the operator who is charged with handling the blade, or pressing the button that operates the blade, should ensure that the animal was positioned in the direction of the qiblah, that b) the utterance was made, and that c) the rest of the conditions were fulfilled, the meat of the animal, slaughtered in this way, is halal.
* Having covered the slaughtering of animals like sheep and cattle, could you now tell me about fish. Do we have to follow the same procedure?
- Killing fish is different from slaughtering of the animals we have discussed. As long as the fish was still alive when you caught it, irrespective of the way it was caught, it should be deemed ceremonially killed.
* Suppose a fish jumped out of the water and it was not caught until it perished, would it still be halal to eat?
- It is not halal to eat.
* What about the condition of uttering, “Bismillah”?
- You are not required to carry out this condition.

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