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Nun, Rabbi, and Monk Talk ‘Peas’ at the U.N.

Written by PETA | September 23, 2011

On the eve of Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas’ United Nations address requesting that his embattled country be given permission to join the world body, PETA members joined the throngs of people gathered outside the U.N. to spread the message that we can each keep our own bodies free of violence with a vegan diet

With people all around them screaming and fighting and the police doing their best to keep the peace, our nun, rabbi, and monk calmly showed that one thing people of all races, religions, and creeds can agree on is that we can all reject violence three times a day, 365 days a year, every time we sit down to eat. (After all, the Bible, the Torah, the Dharma, the Qur’an, and other religious texts condemn cruelty to animals.) Our peaceful trio even got a thumbs-up from Robert Kennedy Jr.

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Written by Michelle Sherrow

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  • Rina Deych, RN says:

    Kudos for your efforts! I suggest that Jewish and Muslim activists unite to work together towards animal and earth liberation. Through cooperative activism, peace will naturally blossom. Rina Deych, RN Founding Member, Alliance to End Chickens as Kaporos Advisor, Jewish Vegetarians of North America Supporter, Islamic Concern for Animals

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