Over 3,000 people took to the streets yesterday for the largest animal rights demonstration ever held in Israel. The demonstration was started as an Israeli-led initiative on Facebook, and turned into a global protest with 40 demonstrations simultaneously held in various cities worldwide. For the first time ever, all those acting for animals joined forces: Dog shelter volunteers, cat feeders, anti-vivisection groups and pro-farm animal organisations – as well as many caring citizens from all over Israel.
Rabbi Pappenheim says no to shtreimels made from animal furs
Notes on a groundbreaking panel discussion on animals in Judaism.
Live Export Cruelty, 2013
An undercover investigation provides a glimpse into the harrowing ordeal endured by calves and lambs shipped from Australia to feedlots in Israel.
Ten months after the expose: charges pressed against "Adom Adom" slaughterhouse employees
On October 1st, 2013, charges were pressed against four employees at Tnuva's "Adom Adom" slaughterhouse – ten months after the abuse of young calves and lambs there was exposed on the investigative reporting show "Kolbotek", following an undercover investigation by Anonymous's activist Ronen Bar. The charges have renewed public interest in the affair, and led to demands to broadcast footage of actual slaughter, which has not been shown so far, not even on the "Kolbotek" report.
What We Did in 2013
Animal rights-related activities reached an unprecedented high in 2013, along with ever increasing media interest. To summarize what we did in 2013, Anonymous presents here some of its main activities
Look them in the eyes!
Over 3,000 people took to the streets yesterday for the largest animal rights demonstration ever held in Israel
Egg industry reform
On June 24, 2007, the Israeli government decided to reform the egg industry in Israel. According to the decision taken then, the old battery-cage facilities (the majority of the egg production facilities in Israel) will be demolished, and new, larger and more industrialized facilities will be built instead