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vendredi 13 mars 2015

ACTION POUR LES ANIMAUX EUROPEENS A SIGNER

SOURCE ET PETITION A SIGNER

CONTRE L' EXPORTATION DES BOVINS  PRINCIPALEMENT  VERS LE MOYEN ORIENT.
 ATTENTION VIDEOS CHOC SUR LA PAGE, AU CHOIX VERSION COURTE OU VERSION LONGUE..

C' EST UN RAPPEL. DEJA MIS EN LIGNE LA SEMAINE DERNIERE MAIS IL MANQUE BEAUCOUP DE SIGNATURES, MERCI DE PARTAGER

IL FAUT QUE LES PAYS EUROPEENS CESSENT D' ENVOYER NOS BETES SE FAIRE MASSACRER, SIGNER CONTRE CE CHEQUE EN BLANC... ALORS QU' IL EXISTE UNE LOI CONTRE LES TRANSPORTS D' ANIMAUX VIVANTS CONSISTANT A DES TRAJETS DE PLUS DE 8 HEURES.. CE QUI N' EST PAS LE CAS.

When Compassion received a tip-off about a hidden trade in European farm animals we knew we had to find out more. But to do that our Investigation Unit had to visit one of the world’s most volatile border crossings, the Israeli‑controlled Kerem Shalom border, where the Gaza Strip, Israel and Egypt converge. They brought back some shocking evidence…

Our film contains scenes of an upsetting nature but the most graphic images have been removed from the censored version.

What our Investigation Unit found was a trade in cattle from the EU being sent alive into war-torn Gaza to be slaughtered. On this occasion they tracked down animals who had travelled thousands of miles by land and sea from Romania and Hungary – via Israel – to Gazan slaughterhouses where, frankly, it just isn’t possible to slaughter an animal without causing immense suffering.
The infrastructure in Gaza means that the slaughterhouses are incredibly basic. There’s no proper restraint equipment, and the workers appear to have no training in correct slaughter practice.
The cattle are dragged with ropes from the back of trucks, tied to pillars, and have their throats stabbed and slashed at multiple times. The cattle desperately fight to stay standing even once their throats are cut, but once they collapse they endure seconds, even minutes, of agony as workers continue to hack at their throats.
This kind of treatment would be totally in breach of EU law but when animals leave Europe they are no longer protected.