24/12/2019 6:14 AM
The College of Veterinary Medicine organizes a scientific symposium entitled (Animal Rights when conducting practical experiments).
The College of Veterinary Medicine held a scientific symposium entitled (Animal Rights when conducting practical experiments) in which the teacher, Yassin Mahmoud Rashid, taught in the branch of surgery and obstetrics.
The seminar, which lasted for one day, discussed a number of axes related to the animal, its adaptation and its adaptation in the surrounding environment, and the ways in which humans interact with the animal.
For his part, the lecturer stressed the necessity of animal welfare in the treatment and not to offend him, as it showed us how the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, commanded us to treat this animal even in the case of its context of slaughter and commanded us to be kind to it, to provide water for it before the slaughter, and not to imprison it for food and drink. Before slaughtering, as well as from treating the animal with good manners, not taking this animal as a chair, sitting on it in the streets, talking to others, and staying for long periods of time.
The lecturer also stressed the importance of animal wealth and ways to preserve it from extinction through excessive and irresponsible human activity such as urban encroachment, logging, overfishing, and other reasons that lead to animal migration and the failure to find the shelter in which it lives, which led to its extinction, causing the extinction of some Species of animals cause an imbalance in the ecosystem, and livestock is considered one of the most important wealth on the surface of the earth.
The symposium included a dialogue session in which the lecturer discussed the topic of the symposium with a large number of those interested in the topic.
Whereas, the aim of establishing this symposium is to identify the importance of animal wealth, ways of preserving and protecting it, and how to deal with it gently