Ruling on the animal slaughtered by someone who is thought to abandon Salah
The basic ruling is that animals slaughtered by Muslims are permissible to eat. Such meat will only be considered unlawful if a person is certain, or almost certain, that
the person who slaughters the animal has committed an act of Riddah (apostasy) like abandoning Salah while denying its obligation, according to the consensus of scholars, or intentionally abandoning it out of laziness, according to the soundest opinion of scholars.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.