Is it permissible to eat from the meat which has been slaughtered for the occasion of [celebrating] the birthday of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ’alayhi wa sallam)?
Indeed a year comes [and passes], and I will not have eaten any meat, other than from my udh.hiyah sacrifice on the day of [‘Eed] al-Adh.haa.
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?
If someone intentionally carried out the slaughter in other than the direction of the Qiblah, can that slaughter[ed meat] be eaten? And what is the ruling regarding the slaughter carried out by a woman or a child?
Regarding the one who does not pray, and [yet] slaughters and sells meat; or the one about whom we do not know whether he prays or not, are we obliged to research or ask about him as to whether he prays or not?
What is the ruling about eating the meat which was slaughtered by someone who was ignorant of the [prescribed] Sunnah [manner of slaughter]?