Aug 12, 2015

Petition Update · Successful Dublin demo highlights cruelty of bullfighting · Change.org

The Irish Council Against Blood Sports thanks everyone who joined us for our anti-bullfighting demonstration in Dublin on Thursday August 6th. The demo succeeded in highlighting the cruelty of bullfighting to thousands. We assembled outside the Spanish Tourism Office at 1-3 Westmoreland Street where thousands of leaflets were distributed to passersby. The leaflets encourage holidaymakers...

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