Animal Cruelty

  lotvic 19:23 15 Dec 2013
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"festival of sacrifice" in Gaza Guardian Link

In Britain the animals are supposed to be taken to a slaughterhouse bbc.co.uk/schools

  john bunyan 19:57 15 Dec 2013

"In Britain the animals are supposed to be taken to a slaughterhouse"

Yes, and in my view both Kosher and Halall slaughter should be banned in this country too.

  Aitchbee 21:42 15 Dec 2013

... why can't they just bung a dead turkey in the oven like wot many Christians do, once-a-year.

  bumpkin 22:49 15 Dec 2013

Sickening to my mind, even worse is that some people are cheering and laughing, why the spectators? is that their idea of a fun day out.

  bumpkin 22:51 15 Dec 2013

Sickening to my mind, even worse is that some people are cheering and laughing, why the spectators? is that their idea of a fun day out.

  bumpkin 22:52 15 Dec 2013

sorry double post

  Flak999 00:45 16 Dec 2013

Look at the part of the world this comes from!

What do you expect really?

  Quickbeam 08:28 16 Dec 2013

"Look at the part of the world this comes from! What do you expect really?"

So we still don't participate in badger baiting, cock fighting, hare coursing, dog fighting, hunting with hounds? Albeit underground...

  michaelw 09:26 16 Dec 2013

Middle-ages Britain in another part of the world. In another 600 years they may be more civilized.

  Quickbeam 11:25 16 Dec 2013

michaelw

Just like Britain in the 21st century...?

In 2013 there are still cruel underground animal baitings taking place in the countryside just as they were once practiced openly in 1413.

  michaelw 11:57 16 Dec 2013

In 2013 there are still cruel underground animal baitings taking place in the countryside just as they were once practiced openly in 1413.

But here it is the exception rather than the rule not the other way around.

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