Washington, January 24 ANI | 7 months ago

Pamela Anderson has asked Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a letter to endorse a bill that would ban the sale of clothes made of animal fur.


The bill, which has been endorsed by 40 lawmakers, is promoted by the Israel-based International Anti-Fur Coalition and would make Israel the first country in the world to impose a national fur clothing ban if its passed, Fox News reported.

Anderson, who is an animal rights activist, has said that the way animals suffer and die for fur, violates Jewish principles and Israel would set an "example of compassion for the rest of the world" by passing the bill.

(Posted on 25-01-2014)