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Hullin or Chullin (Hebrew: חֻלִּין‬; "profane") is the third tractate of the Mishnah in the Order of Kodashim and deals with the laws for the slaughtering of animals and birds for meat for ordinary as opposed to sacred use, and with the Jewish dietary laws in general.[1]


Hullin, also called also "Shehitat Hullin" ("Slaughtering of Non-Consecrated Animals"), comprises twelve chapters, dealing with the laws for the slaughtering of animals and birds for meat for ordinary as opposed to sacred use, with other rules relating to the eating of meat, and with the dietary laws in general.[2]

The rules prescribed for kosher slaughtering, known as Shechita, include five things which must be avoided: there must be no delay; no pressure may be exerted on the knife's moving backwards and forwards; the knife must not be allowed to slip beyond a certain area of throat; there must be no thrusting of the knife under the skin or between the gullet and windpipe; the gullet or windpipe must not be torn out of position in the course of slaughtering.[3]


  1. ^ "ḤULLIN", Encyclopaedia Judaica (2nd ed.), 2007 External link in |entry= (help)
  2. ^ Epstein, Isidore, ed. (1948). "Introduction to Seder Kodashim". The Babylonian Talmud. 5. Singer, M.H. (translator). London: Soncino Press. pp. xvii–xxi. External link in |chapter= (help)
  3. ^ "ḤULLIN", Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906 External link in |entry= (help)

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