Muslims Seek the Complete and Total Eradication of Dogs…via Extermination
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled | Vlad Tepes | h/t Martin
Well, once again..this time thanks to the astute insight of a Vlad Tepes reader, a dossier of hidden videos have been leaked. And, in keeping with our pledge to expose the truth..they are now being made available to our readers.
The indiscriminate “Canine Genocide” is rapidly spreading across the Middle East, and as you will see for yourself, the methods of slaughter and disposal transcend above and beyond cruelty to animals…
This is an absolute tragic torture of Man’s Best Friend…
A Special ‘Thank you’ to Eeyore and Martin @ Vlad Tepes.
We will begin our ‘Tour of Torture’ in Pakistan, where our first 3 videos below take place:
Video courtesy of: BOOM
Muslims Randomly Shooting Dogs on the Street for Target Practice:
Video courtesy of: Ruptly TV
Dog Catcher in Karachi Pakistan:
Next.. we travel to the Tribal Muslim Nation of Afghanistan…
(Also on YouTube HERE)
And now, in the Muslim Occupied “Palestinian Sector” of Israel:
The Story is the same in the Islamic Republic of Iran:
As you can see.. if there are “Muslims” in a country..dogs are NOT SAFE.
And as ‘we’ witness the Muslim population increasing in our Western Nations via Muslim “Refugee” Immigration..we will also witness a withering away of “OUR” Canine BFF’s.
Join us in Fighting Against the Muslim “Canine Genocide.”
Join us in Fighting Against the Spread of Islam.
In keeping with Muhammad’s hatred of dogs..Muslims are currently engaged in a ‘..Canine Genocide..’ in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
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by, AFP | Le Point | Vlad Tepes | Original Translation by Ava Lon via Eeyore
In Karachi, Pakistan ultraviolent megalopolis, dog culls hardly move anyone, but a handful of animal rights activists and veterinarians are trying to find a more humane way to limit the stray animal population.
In the animal home to the Edhi Foundation, on the outskirts of this city of over 20 million inhabitants, residents are pitiful to see.
This respected charitable organization, known for its ambulances and mortuaries, is one of the few to accommodate, among paralytic crushed cats and donkeys exhausted by a life of hard labor, dozens of abandoned dogs, which will mostly return to the streets once cared for.
These are the lucky survivors: they escaped the last operation as of mass poisoning conducted by the municipality, which gets rid of stray dogs under laws dating from the nineteenth century.
Animal rights are the least concerns of the inhabitants of Karachi, who see dogs as “disgusting”, particularly because of religious prejudice.
Last month, the carcasses of dozens of dogs poisoned in an umpteenth slaughter campaign were gathered under a blazing sun on one of the biggest roundabouts of the city, before being cleared by bulldozers, without ceremony.
“We have a lot of complaints of dog bites, and the most severely affected victims are the children,” is justified Maqsood Memon, part of the municipal health services.
According to the most conservative estimates, there would be at least 35,000 stray dogs in the port city.
And each year there are about 15,000 cases of dog bites, says Dr. Isma Gheewala, who runs a veterinary clinic in an upscale neighborhood of Karachi, Defence.
“Our mindset is such that when we see a dog we throw rocks at it or children pursue it,” she says. “When dealing with an aggressive dog his reaction can be aggressive, and that aggression can have serious consequences.”
Religiosity may explain this attitude only partly. “The Preachers describe the dog a disgusting animal and believe that the killing does not matter,” said an animal advocate, Syed Mustafa Ahmed.
“This is a totally false interpretation of Islam, which merely seeks to prohibit access to places of worship for dogs because they are unclean,” argues Ahmed.
Municipal laws dating from the British colonial era allow the municipality to kill by bullet or poison stray dogs.
But the poisoning is not very targeted, nor is the shooting, said Dr. Gheewala. “Often, the animals don’t die of gunshots, then they’re brought, wounded,” she said.
Even 100% effective, slaughter is “not a correct solution” said the vet Khalid Memon, who works with the Edhi Foundation. “If you want to control the population, simply spay and neuter,” he says.
Last year, three organizations have joined this purpose. The NGO SOS Animal Pakistan (SAP) and a store for pets, Home for Paw and Claw, organized under the aegis of the Edhi Foundation, teams of three people who are doing the rescue of stray animals reported by population.
“In fact, we limit the number of animals in a humane way,” said Ahmed, who heads the joint relief operations. “The main objective (…) is to catch street animals, vaccinate them and sterilize and release them after six days.”
– “They are living beings” –
One team recently found a dog shot in the neck, the animal was entrusted to the clinic of Dr. Gheewala, where his wounds were treated and covered.
The vet says they thus receive six to twelve stray cattle per day, plus pets. His team treats them, castrates or sterilizes them and then they are sent to the Foyer Edhi for animals.
The adoption rate is almost zero, according to Dr. Gheewala, even when animals are adopted, they are often abandoned at the first signs of illness or problem.
Sterilization is important, but harder still to change perceptions, says Ahmed. “Allah created the dog, and he did not create them to be killed,” he said.
“After all, they are living beings,” adds Dr. Memon.
Muhammad’s War on Dogs: (A David Wood Presentation)
by, Imtiaz Ali | Dawn – Pakistan | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
KARACHI: A girl in the Pirabad area was arrested after she set her father on fire for what she said was the rape of her younger and older sisters, police said on Sunday.
In a statement to the police, the girl said she made the plan to set her father on fire after he attempted to rape her.
In a First-Information Report, her brother alleged that his sister drugged their father with sleeping pills on Friday and set him on fire, after which he succumbed to his injuries, Superintendent Police (SP) Investigation Akhtar Farooq said.
A case was registered against the accused under sections 302 (premeditated murder) and 334 (punishment for intention to cause hurt) of the Pakistan Penal Code. The accused was taken into custody and is being held at the Women Police Station West Zone Liaquatabad Karachi, the SP said.
by, Our Correspondent | The Express Tribune – Pakistan
KARACHI, Pakistan: A 10-month-old girl, Sawera, was allegedly killed by her father inside her house in Eidu Goth within the limits of Bin Qasim police station.
The victim was taken to the 100-bed hospital in Bin Qasim Town where she succumbed to her injuries. Police recorded the statement of the victim’s mother, 16-year-old Saima. “My husband was not happy with her birth as he wanted a son,” she said. “He often beat me up over the issue.” Saima had married the accused, Zahid Iqbal Odho, nearly two years ago with the consent of their families.
Police arrested the accused as he tried to flee to Multan and booked him for the murder of his daughter. He agreed that he wanted a son but insisted that he had no intention of killing his daughter. “During an exchange of words with my wife, I lost my senses and threw my daughter onto the floor,” said the 18-year-old father. “However, I had no intention of killing her.”
SHO Huzoor Buksh Solangi confirmed that the accused has been arrested and has confessed to the crime, adding that a case has been registered.
Muslims Behead Muslim and Hang Head From Bridge
by, Ahlul Bayt News Agency
Karachi, Pakistan: The severed head of a retired civilian employee of the Pakistan Navy, who was converted Shia Muslim, whose beheaded body was found in Buffer Zone on Thursday, was found by the police on Friday from the Sohrab Goth flyover.
Saleem Raza Qaimkhani was killed by Deobandi terrorists of ASWJ-TTP inside his house in Sector 16-4 in Buffer Zone. The police also found a Panaflex sheet along with the head on Friday. “This is revenge of the Rawalpindi incident,” said SHO Ejaz Lodhi.
Taimuria SHO Aijaz Lodhi said the victim, 40-year-old Saleem Raza, was a faith healer who had earlier served as an employee of the Pakistan Navy’s civil department.
His headless body was found at his house in KBR Society, Sector 16/A of Buffer Zone.
The police officer said the killers slaughtered Raza at his house and took his head away, which they later put on display at the bridge. When the police reached the crime scene, they were puzzled and horrified to see the mutilated body with the head missing.
“The brutal manner in which the victim was murdered and then his head was cut off so that it could be displayed at a bridge, the crime seems to be motivated by revenge or some other grudge,” the police officer said.
When the head was found, the police aired a message about the discovery on its control system. Soon the Taimuria police confirmed that the head belonged to Raza.
The beheading of a body usually has a symbolic meaning – revenge, punishment or sending out a message to others.
Taliban and their wings in cities have beheaded hundreds of citizens including security officials across the country.