An invitation to visit the site slated for Palestine's first vegan cafeteria led me to discover the buzzing, if incipient, world of animal rights activism in the West Bank. I have a confession to make: I, how shall I put this, don't like animals. Whether it's the annoying dog wagging his tail next to me on the street or the cute spoiled cat seeking an embrace, they just don't do it for me. [tmwinpost] I tried to learn the code of acceptable conduct among pets' adoptive families, though I always managed to fail by offending someone. Most of the time I extracted…Read More... | 10 Comments
Yossi Gurvitz talks to Atty. Emily Schaeffer, coordinator of Yesh Din's criminal accountability of Israeli security forces project, about work, how the IDF investigates its own, the negligible prosecution rate for killing Palestinians, as well as veganism, 'Tikkun Olam' and Passover. By Yossi Gurvitz for Yesh Din Two weeks ago I met with Emily Schaeffer, coordinator of Yesh Din's criminal accountability of Israeli security forces project, for a conversation and interview that should have been limited to the field of her work but ultimately touched upon many other areas. Let’s begin with basics. Who are you? I was born in…Read More...
Police arrested 11 animal rights activists during a protest action against the meat industry in northern Israel on Wednesday. The activists, carrying signs reading "take responsibility," entered the Soglowek meat factory store in the city of Nahariya and spilled red paint on glass display cases and meat counters. Employees of the store attacked the activists, from a group called ‘269 Life,’ and journalists covering the action. Click to read: The rise of Israel's animal rights movement sdfsdfRead More... | 4 Comments
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