Cultured Meat in Islamic Perspective

  title={Cultured Meat in Islamic Perspective},
  author={Mohammad Naqib Hamdan and Mark J. Post and Mohd Anuar Ramli and Amin Rukaini Mustafa},
  journal={Journal of Religion and Health},
Cultured meat is a promising product that is derived through biotechnology that partially circumvents animal physiology, thereby being potentially more sustainable, environmentally friendly and animal friendly than traditional livestock meat. Such a novel technology that can impact many consumers evokes ethical, philosophical and religious discussions. For the Islamic community, the crucial question is whether cultured meat is halal, meaning compliant with Islamic laws. Since the culturing of… 
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