Videos tagged with "slaughter"
Jilala group playing at the Mouseem Sidi Ali. We we more than welcomed into a private house for an afternoon's liila,( ritual) where jilala and other groups ( gnaoua, hamacha) played whilst a cow was slaughtered, people tranced, the jnouns( ( demons) were exorsized and kept happy and the saints blessed. These Fez based musicians are wonderful warm people. Chokrane and tabalakal3lihum. x culturevulturefez.org
Lambs to the Slaughter [04:13]
Robert Johnstone of Riad Idrissy's Ruined Garden in Fez, Morocco, explains what you can expect from the new venture, as a lamb is slaughtered in a traditional Moroccan way.
Tags: lamb, halal, fez, fes, morocco, ruined, garden, slaughter, sacrifice, medina, food, dinner, riad, idrissy, Cooking, Kitchen, Arabic, Recipe, Restaurant
Globe Trekker - Morocco with Ian Wright [33:55]
Ian Wright travels to Morocco on the Northwestern tip of Africa. It's a country of stark desert, high mountain ranges, and some of the most richly cultured cities in the world. He begins his journey in the port of Tangier, where most travellers enter the country. He shares a ride with an American businesswoman far as the small market town of Chaouen, and picks up some valuable tips about travelling in Morocco. He then hitches to the walled city of Fez, through the Rif mountains, the country's main Hashish growing region. Fez remains the most complete medieval city in the Arab world, and is Morocco's religious capital. Ian spends a day exploring the Medina and winding back-alleys, before heading for the hammam, where he experiences a violent Moroccan massage. Ian continues his journey to the village of Tamtachoute in the High Altas Mountains, where he's invited to stay the night with a local family - to a Moroccan a guest is a gift from Allah, and he's made to feel very welcome. Next day he witnesses Aid El Kabir, one of the Islamic world's oldest and most important religious festivals celebrating the time when Abraham was asked by God to slaughter his son, Isaac. Every family that can afford to buys a sheep and slaughters it at home. Ian hires a motorbike and heads down the Dades Valley to Zagora, following the route of a thousand Kasbahs, an ancient caravan trail that runs out to the desert. He embarks on a two day camel trek form the village of Tinfou, but unfortunately ...
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Fresh Chicken Slaughter in Morocco [01:53]
An everyday butcher in Morocco, Meknes. A little village called Toulal. One for all those chicken lovers out there!
Tags: Halal chicken, chicken, butcher, muslim, morocco, meknes, toulal, slaughter, Slaughter house, arab, middleeast, africa, food and hygiene, torture, kfc, nandos, mcdonalds, burger king, fast food, fresh chicken, blood, blade, market, shot, marrakech, toulal
The Crying of the Lambs.AVI [00:30]
Every year in the Muslim world, there is the Great Feast of Sacrifice, 'Eid al Kabir or 'Eid al Adha. In Morocco, there is great social pressure for every family to get a sheep, even if it means sacrificing eating meat for the entire rest of the year. One must keep up with the Mohammeds. The sacrifice commemorates the almost sacrifice of Abraham's son, believed to be Ishmael according to Hadith, though never stated in the Qur'an. God miraculously provided a substitutionary atonement of a lamb. At the end of Hajj, all Hajjis in Mecca sacrifice a sheep at the spot where it is believed that Ibrahim did the same, and all Muslims around the world celebrate with them. Here, if you listen very closely from the barrier walls above Shoofshowen, Morocco, the sheep cry out minutes before the slaughter is to begin. Do they know what is about to happen?
Tags: sheep, Eid, al, Kabir, Kbir, Adha, Morocco, Chefchaouen, Islam, Muslim, sacrifice