Turkey passes new animalrights law. Acknowledging animals asliving beings rather than commodities, the new Turkish legislationsubstantially increases the punishment for those who inflict harm, torture ordeath on animals. The individual found guilty of such crimes will face a prisonsentence from six months to four years, while caregivers found intentionallyabandoning their animal companions are subject to a fine of up to theequivalent of US$230.Additionally, police will be allowed to form animalprotection squads to respond to incidents of abuse as well as cock- anddog-fighting. In 2019, the Turkish parliament formed an Animal RightsLegislative Commission that has helped to develop the updated law. Turkey is aShining World Leadership Award for Compassion recipient, and a laureate of fiveShining World Leadership Awards for Compassion and Shining World LeadershipAwards for Protection and Good Governance.We applaud your ruling, Turkey. Maylife-protecting measures be adopted and − most importantly − implemented across the world, so that our humanrace can finally be called humane, in Allah’s approval.
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