The Hidden Face of Animal Transport
Investigating Animal Transport in Europe

The Hidden Face of Animal Transport - Investigating Animal Transport in Europe
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Geoffrey

Well, that settles it: human beings now, and throughout history, have abused animals. Solely for our benefit and/or entertainment. Not exactly news, but the film gets specific -- in this case, about the EU -- but we all know (if we want to know) that the filmmaker could have centered the ...Read more

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Ahmed

I am a Muslim and this Way of Slaughtering has nothing to do with Islamic Guidelines. The butchers in Arab Muslim Countries in this movie are doing sooo many things wrong, abusive and barbaric. The problem is is that they are NOT practicing Islamic guidelines for slaughter.

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