Tag: Animal Rights

Translation of the latest news and views from the Iran newspapers and media about Animal Rights

China Is Banned from Buying Donkeys!

China's demand for donkey products, used in traditional remedies, is proving problematic for African suppliers and causing economic and environmental problems.

Hayat Animal Sanctuary

Hayat Animal Sanctuary is the first centre of its kind in Arak, Central Province, set up for the vaccination and treatment of homeless animals.    
Sadeq Amoli Larijani

Judiciary Chief: Respect for Animals Should be Learnt from Childhood

According to IRNA, Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani said that respect for animals should be taught to people from their childhood. "If we want to make the preservation of the environment into a popular...

Iranians Hold Rally in Support of Animal Rights

A number of Iranian citizens held a rally in Tehran to support the application of animal rights through legal channels. The crowd gathered in front of the ِDepartment of Environment. ​   Related: Dog Tormentor Arrested

Dog Tormentor Arrested

The persecutor of a poor dog has been arrested in Iran, after releasing a video on social media. The man was traced by his car's license plate, which was visible in the footage. He was...

300 Dogs in the Arms of Kindness and Support

Nearly 300 homeless and ownerless dogs are being looked after by Sar Animal Support Centre in Zanjan.

An act of kindness toward animals (PHOTOS)

The couple believes this small act of kindness brings peace and blessings to their lives.

Video on killing stray dogs goes viral, sparking protest

Iran’s environment chief has condemned the savage killing of stray dogs in Shiraz, calling for a fitting punishment for the perpetrators.

A rally in protest at killing stray dogs (PHOTOS)

A photo gallery of a rally in Tehran in protest at the killing of stray dogs.

Stray dogs are collected and rehomed in Tehran

A project has been launched in the capital to rehome wandering dogs and treat those suffering from rabies.

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