Why do Jewish people eat Kosher?

I was with this friend at work and we went to a local indian restaurant. He asked if meat was kosher. Then he said no its halal but he said that's okay I eat halal. Not non kosher or halal. I was confused.

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  • Halal is the Muslim version of kosher. The rules of Halal and if Kosher are pretty similar, so it was good enough for your friend (maybe even just as good, because Halal is perhaps stricter and contain all the rules of Kosher... I'm no expert).

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  • Because it's in the Torah
    Rules similar to the halal rules in the Quran. Same origins

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    • Do Christians have one? Am clueless lol

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    • Best luck gotta go.

    • If pork is forbidden, it was because pork rots easily in warm weather.
      If slaughter has to be done by letting it bleed to death, it was because blood rots fast in warm weather. Same for shrimp etc.

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  • Because it's mandated by the Torah.

    I'm not Jewish, so I don't know all the details, but I know that much.

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  • Huh?

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