A man is not [considered to be] from amongst the muttaqoon [الْمُتّقُوْن] until he takes himself to account [to a degree] more than taking his partner to account…
A man fasts from that which is halaal and good, and breaks his fast with that which is haraam and bad; the flesh of his brother.
I have not seen a man more knowledgeable about [matters of] halaal and haraam than Sufyaan ath-Thowree.
After [the knowledge of] halaal and haraam, I do not know of any knowledge more noble than [the knowledge of] medicine, particularly since the people of the Book are better versed than us in it.
In the slaughterhouse, those who carry out the slaughter do not lie the sheep down completely facing the direction of the Qiblah, instead, they suffice with just bending its neck in the direction of the Qiblah; so is that sufficient O noble shaykh?