An Israeli member of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) animal rights activists performs during their Fur-Free Friday campaign to make shoppers aware of the cruelty behind the fur industry in Tel Aviv, Israel , Friday, Nov.26, 2010. AP Photo.
Notice the poster at right with the picture of a rabbi wearing a streimal.
Israeli anti-fur activists protest during a national rally against the exploitation of fur called by Worldwide Fur Free Friday, an animal protection association, on November 26, 2010 in Tel Aviv. The sign on the woman's body reads in Hebrew, 'Israel says no to fur'.
Getty Images. [The poor thing must be cold wearing nothing but paint, and the original picture is NSFW, so I give her a nice pair of fur pasties. VB]
Look at this little attention queen. Where was she last week? Did she paint her naked body in the colors of the Palestinian flag and march in Gaza with a message in Arabic, "Palestine says No to Eid animal sacrifice." Uh, no.