[URGENT] Please don't send us to Toxicity Experiments!

S U C C E S S !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks to YOU, the 40 monkeys shipment from Mazor farm to SNBL laboratories has been rejected!!!!!! You saved them!!!!!!

In their despair, the Mazor farm owners have sued Israel Nature and Parks Authority for almost 3M ILS (~750K $) of losses. Their end is coming, and they know it.

For more details and keeping up with the fight against the Mazor Farm, please join us at:
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Thank you so much!! We are going to win!!!!!!

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To: Mr. Shaul Goldstein, CEO

Israel Nature and Parks Authority

Subject:

Please reject Mazor Farm’s request to send monkeys to SNBL toxicity laboratories.


Dear Sir,

Following the recent Supreme Court ruling on the matter of Mazor Farm’s request to send monkeys to SNBL toxicity laboratories in the USA, I ask you not to authorize this shipment for the following reasons:

 

SNBL is a toxicity laboratory that does not perform any medical research, and certainly not researches which aim to save lives, therefore it does not meet the criteria that were determined by the Israeli Minister of Environmental Protection in January 2011. According to Mazor Farm itself, the intended experiment to which the monkeys are destined is a regulation experiment, not an experiment meant to develop medicine. Furthermore, the farm has stated that the experiment is different from the one to which it originally intended to ship the monkeys to half a year ago, and therefore it must provide all the required proofs concerning it, including the detailed experiment protocol.

 

Also, SNBL laboratory is infamous for its hundreds of criminal offenses, federal violations and severe abuse cases in monkeys that were documented in it in the last ten years. The Israel Nature and Parks Authority, responsible for the protection of wild animals, is obligated to make sure that no animals are sent from Israel to such a place.

 

In addition, the long journey of over 50 hours in small boxes and severe conditions that the monkeys will have to go through until their arrival to the laboratory is a harsh abuse, which is in itself a reason enough to reject the request out of hand.

 

The monkeys held captive in Mazor Farm are living, feeling creatures. They feel fear, pain and distress just like us and wish to avoid them just like us. There is no justification whatsoever to cause them such an unimaginable suffering. Furthermore, the export request is, as described above, in a strict contradiction with the policy set by the Minister of Environmental Protection.

 

Due to the aforementioned, I ask you to reject Mazor farm’s request to ship the monkeys for regulation experiments in SNBL laboratories out of hand.

I will appreciate your response on the matter as soon as possible.

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Please also send this (signing with your name and country) on email to INPA:

u.lishka@npa.org.il

with CC's to  Israeli Minister of Environmental Protection MK Gilad Erdan, INPA head of the Law Enforcement Division, INPA Public Relations Division, and the animal organizations:

sar@sviva.gov.il; u.achifa@npa.org.il; kesher@npa.org.il; anat@invitro.org.il, eti@letlive.org.il; adi@isav.org.il

For more information, please join us at Shut Down Mazor Farm.










To: Mr. Shaul Goldstein, CEO

















Israel Nature and Parks Authority

















 

















Subject:

















Please reject Mazor Farm’s request to send monkeys to SNBL toxicity laboratories.

















 

















Dear Sir,

















 

















Following the recent Supreme Court ruling on the matter of Mazor Farm’s request to send monkeys to SNBL toxicity laboratories in the USA, I ask you not to authorize this shipment for the following reasons:

















 

















SNBL is a toxicity laboratory that does not perform any medical research, and certainly not researches which aim to save lives, therefore it does not meet the criteria that were determined by the Israeli Minister of Environmental Protection in January 2011. According to Mazor Farm itself, the intended experiment to which the monkeys are destined is a regulation experiment, not an experiment meant to develop medicine. Furthermore, the farm has stated that the experiment is different from the one to which it originally intended to ship the monkeys to half a year ago, and therefore it must provide all the required proves concerning it, including the detailed experiment protocol.

















 

















Also, SNBL laboratory is infamous for its hundreds of criminal offenses, federal violations and severe abuse cases in monkeys that were documented in it in the last ten years. The Israel Nature and Parks Authority, responsible for the protection of wild animals, is obligated to make sure that no animals are sent from Israel to such a place.

















 

















In addition, the long journey of over 50 hours in small boxes and severe conditions that the monkeys will have to go through until their arrival to the laboratory is a harsh abuse, which is in itself a reason enough to reject the request out of hand.

















 

















The monkeys held captive in Mazor Farm are living, feeling creatures. They feel fear, pain and distress just like us and wish to avoid them just like us. There is no justification whatsoever to cause them such an unimaginable suffering. Furthermore, the export request is, as described above, in a strict contradiction with the policy set by the Minister of Environmental Protection.

















 

















Due to the aforementioned, I ask you to reject Mazor farm’s request to ship the monkeys for regulation experiments in SNBL laboratories out of hand.

I will appreciate your response on the matter as soon as possible.

















 









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