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I hope you’ve got a strong stomach today

When you’re a follower of the Religion of Peace and Harmony you’re expected to perform Qurbani, or Udhiyah as it known in Arabic, at the end of Ramadan (I think).  Qurbani is the word that describes the sacrifice of an animal to A***** during the period of Eid ul Adha.

Apparently, along with public stonings, burning people to death, beheadings and crucifixions, Qurbani is a rather popular form of public entertainment in certain advanced countries whose people have recently decided they’d all like to move to Europe and spread their glorious, civilised customs to us backward, uncivilised Europeans:

And here’s some more Qurbani

And a bit more:

I wonder what the RSPCA thinks about this practice? Oh, the RSPCA seems to have gone very quiet indeed.

In fact, the RSPCA, with its many big bosses on six-figure salaries, seems to be unusually reticent in speaking out against the ritual slaughter of millions of animals in Halal slaughterhouses in Britain each year.

I guess the RSPCA is afraid of being accused of I*****phobia.

Perhaps we should stop wasting our money on the useless RSPCA?

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