In Egypt’s Tourism Industry, Hideous Cruelty to Horses Is A Constant

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A recent exposé by PETA Asia documented appalling abuse of horses and camels forced to haul visitors on their backs or in carriages at Egypt's top tourist sites, including the Great Pyramid of Giza and Luxor's royal tombs. Despite global outrage after an earlier exposé showing severe cruelty there, new footage shows that the beatings continue. This frightened horse was whipped for almost five agonizing minutes straight, including in the face:

Please, e-mail the embassy and consulates of Egypt in the U.S., including New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles, to tell them to end this abuse:

Then, using the form below, tell the Egyptian Tourism Federation, the country’s Ministry of Tourism, and the embassy and consulates of Egypt in Houston and Washington, D.C. to stop using horses and camels at Egypt’s tourist sites.

Ambassador
Yasser
Reda
Embassy of Egypt, Washington, DC
Ambassador
Khaled
Rizk
Consul General Egypt Consulate, Houston
Mr.
Ahmed
El-Wassief
Egyptian Tourism Federation
Dr.
Rania
Al-Mashat
Egypt

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