PETA’s Hebrew Pamela Anderson Poster.

Via elephant journal
on Mar 12, 2011
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“It’s easier than ever to live without killing animals for food or clothing.” Pamela Anderson, to mob of reporters in Israel.

Pamela Anderson, PETA evangelist, just brought her animal-loving, meat market message to Israel. Click here for more.

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3 Responses to “PETA’s Hebrew Pamela Anderson Poster.”

  1. Yogini5 says:

    Having sat through lectures on the nexus of Judaism and vegetarianism (and Israel), there is a definite compatibility there.
    Wonder how much of Pamela Anderson is actually preaching to the choir here …

    Of course, there is the lack of demureness in the message (always controversial – the Peta game plan), as would befit some Orthodox sects …

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