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Dhabḥ (Arabic: ذَبْح) or slaughter in Islamic rulings, is among the methods of killing an animal ritually (tadhkiya) and refers to beheading them according to Islamic rulings. Religiously terrestrial animals (except camels and grasshoppers) and aquatic animals whose blood gush out (except fish) are considered ritually slaughtered (mudhakka) through dhabh.

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