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expose Eastern Securities and their CEO Bill Baisey for the cruel act of the mass-killing of the explosive detection dogs from his company. Additionally, it is to expose the alleged human rights violations that the company's handlers and employees endured. Please share your story about this company and this corrupt CEO.
originally posted by: Dr UAE
the title should have been like this
Dozens of bomb sniffing dogs 'killed by American security company in Kuwait after its contract with oil firm ended'
because the members will think that the Kuwaitis did it
but the middle east is a #hole
The filthy beasts are haram!
As the Koran mentions dogs used for hunting, some believe the animals can be kept, if used for a specific purpose. According to Islam Questions and Answers, "It is not permissible for a Muslim to keep a dog, unless he needs this dog for hunting, guarding livestock or guarding crops. "Al-Bukhaari (2145) narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: 'Whoever keeps a dog, a qiraat [unit of measurement] from his good deeds will be deducted every day, except a dog for farming or herding livestock.'" However, according to Islamic Concern, another website aimed at clarifying Islamic concepts that might be misinterpreted, the Koran does not forbid Muslims from owning a dog. "Traditionally, dogs have been seen as impure, and the Islamic legal tradition has developed several injunctions that warn Muslims against most contact with dogs. Unfortunately, many Muslims have used this view to justify the abuse and neglect of dogs, even though cruelty contradicts the Koran's view that all animals form 'communities like you.' "It is NOT haram to own a dog, though it is not hygienic to keep a dog in the house. It is NOT haram to touch a dog or any other animal. If the saliva of a dog touches you or any part of your clothing, then it is required of you to wash the body part touched and the item of clothing touched by the dog's mouth or snout," the website continues.