World’s ’largest animal sacrifice’ starts in Nepal despite ’ban’

World’s ’largest animal sacrifice’ starts in Nepal despite ’ban’

Nepal’s Hindu festival where thousands of animals are sacrificed to a goddess began on Tuesday despite calls to end the bloodshed. Held every five years, the two-day Gadhimai festival kicked off at a temple in Bariyarpur with the ceremonial slaughter of five different animals and birds. The festival is taking place despite a Supreme Court ruling that the government should discourage the bloodshed.

Tom A
Tom A
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Got Truth 4 months

So what?! The west carries out abortion slaughters everyday; where’s the MSM outrage for that?!!

Sarah Talbert
Sarah Talbert 4 months

Well the ritual didn't work past few thousand years so we better keep trying 🙄

porcus 4 months

I don't see any problem with this, personally, beyond the superstition. The animals are not wasted.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 4 months

We're so much more civilized in the West. Xtians drinking symbolic "blood" and "body" while communing with their god. Ritual cannibalism is acceptable and revered. Carried out by shamans wearing ceremonial robes in purpose built temples. Oh, and don't forget the magic involved in getting from wine and wafers to blood and body. Let's talk about stones and glass houses.

Barry 4 months

there apparently was no ban.. "Devout Hindus could be requested not to offer animal sacrifice to the goddess, but they could not be forced not to do so - nor [could] the tradition be banned or stopped completely," he said at the time. ... I would at least hope they're having a big bbq after 😋

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 4 months

While speaking up about the ANNUAL Islamic 'Festival of Sacrifice' where goats, cows, camels and sheep are slaughtered in the streets all across the Muslim world might be considered Islamophobic.

mg 4 months

Live and Let Live. Or not.

MoralKombat 4 months

World's largest BBQ to follow.

..... 4 months

Yeah, that's what your "god" wants... more bloodshed. Hinduism is satanic in nature though

Leo Miggel
Leo Miggel 4 months

If not seeing it for empathy to the animals, see it as a poor country overusing resources due to a tradition. Still an idiotic move.

michael zubas
michael zubas 4 months

Hmm, musta got taht from when we make Hamburgers.

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