Sunday, October 01, 2006

A massacre so trivially mentioned


"The veterinary centre of Alexandria executes 1771 stray dogs and 450 stray cats. The execution operation was carried out through meals of poisoned kofta and fish."

Somebody please hold the governorate of Alexandria accountable. But if you decide to embark on this dangerous path...be prepared to fend off charges of Zionist meddling in our internal canine and feline affairs, and of being agents of the animal insurgency against our Alexandrian babies, women and old men.

The terrorists are nigh:




(* Everyone knows that the lion of Judah will side with her feline relatives even though a minority of them compared with the dogs was killed.)

(**And notice how the Jewish cat is happily amassing an army of bird flu carriers across the Egyptian border? Enough said.)

10 comments:

شهرزاد Shahrazad said...

But why poison perfectly good kofta that i'm sure could go to a better home!
Seriously, i'm not at all being insensetive.
A friend of mine was in Egypt recently and noticed the lack of dogs. But she just assumed that they were being turned into kofta....

Seneferu said...

Yes, those kofta and kabab rumors...:)

Ayyam said...

مش عارف بس أقول أيه أكتر من أنها مأساه, سواء أوربا أو أمريكا أو مصر كله سيان فى عمليه أعدام الحيوانات ...أما بالخنق أو الحقن أو الكفته والسمك المسمومين.. البلد الوحيده اللى فيها أحترام للحيوانات الضاله الى حد ما تبقى أنجلترا لان فيها هيئات كثيره للرفق بالحيوان ومعظم تمويلها بيكون من تبرعات الافراد يعنى الحكومه ملهاش دخل خالص


كل سنه وأنت طيب يا سينفرو ياجدع.

Seneferu said...

والقطط والكلاب البلدى بتوعنا بجد أطيب منهم ماتلاقيش , يعنى مش من فصائل الفك المفترس اللى اتربت للشراسة و عشان تكون الفك المفترس. سيبنا طبعاً من السلعوة دى اللى لسة انا مش عارف هيا ايه. ومن ناحية الذكاء والله بيبصوا يمين وشمال زيّنا قبل ما يعدّوا الشارع...لكن أرجع واقول مش دايماً بردو لإن الحوادث كتير.

زى ما بتقول مأساه...وغباء مننا برده فى نفس الوقت. فيه جمعيات زى دى فى مصر بردو بس مش عارف تأثيرها قد ايه.

Egyptian_Patriot said...

stray dogs and cats are a dangerous thing ya senefru. But it's not really their fault, as Egyptians who decided to have dogs and cats weren't responsible enough to neuteur their pets and it rained dogs and cats. I mean the potential for disease is huge. Mind you, there would be a few humans in Egypt I would feed the poisened kufta to rather than the dogs.

Memz said...

See, I always believe when their is a tough moral decision, you need to use economics to analyze the situation. In this months Business Today, the Editor's note was very interesting, it alked about an animal rights organization called Mae. They are focused on feeding and supporting stray dogs and cats. They spend over EGP 20,000 a month feeding stary dogs and cats in Al Moqatam!

So if keeping stray animals will result in NGO's spending a tonne of money on feeding those animals than feeding th emillions of Egyptians that live under a $1 a day, then I dont care if those animals are killed or not.

Seneferu said...

عموماً يا جماعة...انا شايف إن الكلب اللى فى الصورة ده شكله محترم و إبن ناس

egyptian_patriot said...

we beani we beanak?...howa ebn 7alal bardo

Anonymous said...

Our own humanity can be judged by how we treat people and animals. Neuter and spay your animals, people. We have the same bad situation here in the US and are doing no better managing it.

Seneferu said...

Memz,

I don't think the whole stray animal population depends on these kinds of funds to live, they mostly find their own ways to manage when it comes to food, and I suppose their natural population number exists depending on these means. So I don't think this donation of funds is necessary to maintain them. I say just let them be as best as we can manage, to let them manage according to their traditional means.

In any case, I would like to clarify for the record that the cat in the picture is not really Jewish:) He/she is Egyptian from the nineteenth-twentieth dynasty as you can see. This is one among other Egyptian sketches which represent some of the earliest made comic cartoons. Amazing, isn't it?