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MessageSujet: Expériences sur animaux en Israël - Lettres   Lun 31 Déc - 12:27

Demander aux membres de cette commission d'arrêter les expériences sur les animaux en Israel.
L'organisation 'Let the Animals Live' ont fait une enquête undercover dans
le département de neurobiologie de l'Institut des Sciences Weizmman en
Israel. Les photos et la vidéo (images dures) parlent de soi.

2 lettres:

Envoyer à: sciencecom@knesset.gov.il, belon@knesset.gov.il,
itzik@knesset.gov.il, mbensason@knesset.gov.il, ycohen@knesset.gov.il,
meitan@knesset.gov.il, aeldad@knesset.gov.il, belon@knesset.gov.il,
melchiorm@knesset.gov.il, amichaeli@knesset.gov.il, amiller@knesset.gov.il,
nudelman@knesset.gov.il, yohananplesner@KNESSET.GOV.IL,
lshemtov@knesset.gov.il, EfraimS@knesset.gov.il, jzhalka@knesset.gov.il
En copie cachée : anatr@letlive.org.il, andre.menache@gmail.com
Objet: LET THE ANIMALS LIVE

Dear Mr Chairmain, dear members of the Science and Technology Committee,

I write to convey my shock over decades of animal abuse inside the
department of neurobiology at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
(Video : ( http://animal-tv.org/monkey/5min_englishQT.mov.)

Over the course of the past 30 years, Professor Amiram Grinvaldand his
colleagues in the department of neurobiology have conducted a series of
invasive and punishing experiments on monkeys and cats. Many of these
studies last for several years and involve drilling holes in the skulls of
the animals, in order to expose the brain cortex. A special dye is then
applied directly on to the brain surface in order to observe the electrical
activity of groups of nerve cells, which is subsequently photographed. All
of these experiments fall under the heading of basis research ('trial and
error'), which, by definition, need not yield any practical application to
human or veterinary medicine.

The Israeli organization 'Let the Animals Live' carried out an undercover
investigation in in October 2007. The undercover work was the result of
information received by an animal technician who had been employed in the
department for a month. The investigation documented two experimental
procedures experiments on eight monkeys, headed by Dr. David B. Omer, and
experiments on an unknown number of cats, headed by Dr. Shmuel Na'aman.

As a moral person and advocate for animal rights, I oppose vivisection on
scientific and ethical grounds. The fact remains, however, that experiments
on animals have played a role in the advancement of science for hundreds of
years. This is indisputable. Pro-vivisectionists like to use this to justify
otherwise questionable activities. But these same people would be remiss not
to acknowledge that research conducted on nonhuman animals began before
modern technological and clinical advancements were refined - making
vivisection archaic. Furthermore, our current understanding of animal
consciousness makes vivisection immoral.

Several dozen Israeli physicians have already asked for a substantial
decrease in animal studies and enhanced supervision within laboratories.
This is progress. It opens the door to more viable research alternatives
such as human brain mapping ,in-vitro cell and tissue
cultures,autopsy/biopsy studies, videos and mathematical modeling, virtual
organs and 3-D models, advanced MRI imaging...and a multitude of other
non-animal tools.

It is time to join the 21st century and abandon all laboratory testing on
animals.

I ask you for fighting to ban animal experiments in Israel. Your new law
would establish a worldwide precedent of intolerance for legalized animal
abuse within research laboratories.

Thank you for your valuable time and attention,

Sincerely,

Vos coordonnées

2ème lettre,

Envoyer à: v2@knesset.gov.il, melchiorm@knesset.gov.il,
eamsalem@knesset.gov.il, Zelkin@knesset.gov.il, shmuelh@knesset.gov.il,
yhasson@knesset.gov.il, amiller@knesset.gov.il, oritn@knesset.gov.il,
zorlev@knesset.gov.il, yshagal@knesset.gov.il, sshalom@knesset.gov.il,
msolodkin@knesset.gov.il, rtirosh@knesset.gov.il, azkoor@knesset.gov.il,
mbarakeh@knesset.gov.il, egabai@knesset.gov.il
Copie cachée: anatr@letlive.org.il, andre.menache@gmail.com
Objet: LET THE ANIMALS LIVE

Dear Mr Chairmain, dear members of the Education, Culture, and Sports
Committee

I write to convey my shock over decades of animal abuse inside the
department of neurobiology at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
(Video : ( http://animal-tv.org/monkey/5min_englishQT.mov )

Over the course of the past 30 years, Professor Amiram Grinvaldand his
colleagues in the department of neurobiology have conducted a series of
invasive and punishing experiments on monkeys and cats. Many of these
studies last for several years and involve drilling holes in the skulls of
the animals, in order to expose the brain cortex. A special dye is then
applied directly on to the brain surface in order to observe the electrical
activity of groups of nerve cells, which is subsequently photographed. All
of these experiments fall under the heading of basis research ('trial and
error'), which, by definition, need not yield any practical application to
human or veterinary medicine.

The Israeli organization 'Let the Animals Live' carried out an undercover
investigation in in October 2007. The undercover work was the result of
information received by an animal technician who had been employed in the
department for a month. The investigation documented two experimental
procedures experiments on eight monkeys, headed by Dr. David B. Omer, and
experiments on an unknown number of cats, headed by Dr. Shmuel Na'aman.

As a moral person and advocate for animal rights, I oppose vivisection on
scientific and ethical grounds. The fact remains, however, that experiments
on animals have played a role in the advancement of science for hundreds of
years. This is indisputable. Pro-vivisectionists like to use this to justify
otherwise questionable activities. But these same people would be remiss not
to acknowledge that research conducted on nonhuman animals began before
modern technological and clinical advancements were refined - making
vivisection archaic. Furthermore, our current understanding of animal
consciousness makes vivisection immoral.

Several dozen Israeli physicians have already asked for a substantial
decrease in animal studies and enhanced supervision within laboratories.
This is progress. It opens the door to more viable research alternatives
such as human brain mapping ,in-vitro cell and tissue
cultures,autopsy/biopsy studies, videos and mathematical modeling, virtual
organs and 3-D models, advanced MRI imaging...and a multitude of other
non-animal tools.

It is time to join the 21st century and abandon all laboratory testing on
animals.

I ask you for fighting to ban animal experiments in Israel. Your new law
would establish a worldwide precedent of intolerance for legalized animal
abuse within research laboratories.

Thank you for your valuable time and attention,

Sincerely,

Vos coordonnées
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