Demonstrations Against Cruel Hare Coursing - February 2013
Campaign to end animals in circuses in N. Ireland - January 2013
ARAN's Anti-Fur Outreach Event at Lady Gaga Concert Dublin - September 2012
From the child you destroyed - N. Ireland - July 2012
Lennox. The Gloves Come Off. - July 2012
Lennox - When a Good Dog is No More - July 2012
More on Lennox - July 2012
Lennox Murderers - Aftermath - July 2012
was killed by Belfast council - July 2012
ARAN Awards Homeless Hero - July 2011
ARAN - Jedward - May 2011
ARAN - RIP Greg Naughton - January 2011
Ireland Celebrities Support ARAN's Anti-fur Campaign - January 2011
ARAN's Favorite Video - Dec 2010
ARAN Advertisement - October 2010
Ireland Fur Farming - Sept 2010
Email Bank Regarding Loans to Irish Coursing Club - August 2010Get Live Hare Coursing banned in Ireland - July 2010
June 2010- Good news from Northern Ireland for hares and greyhounds:
ARAN - London Protests - May 2010
Brave ARAN Volunteers - March 2010
ARAN Newsletter - Dec 09
Protest for Welfare Bill - Dec 09
New Laws for Animals - October 2009
Llama Liberation - October 2009
CAFT Ireland's 1st Fur Farm Expose - July 2009
Circus vehicles attacked in Dublin - July 2009
ARAN - June 2009
Bird Flu Protest - 2006
Pig Cruelty Investigation - June 2009
ARAN-Actions - May 09
Interview with ARAN Founder John Carmody - February 2009
Dear ARAN Members; ARAN are today calling on the Irish government to pull funding for animal research at Smooth Muscle Research Centre (SMRC) located at the Dundalk Institute of Technology in light of this week's expose by leading local newspaper Dundalk Argus.
I would like to see the people who filmed the
following video come to justice. All I know is that it was filmed in Ireland,
but if turned over to the proper authorities, they might be able to find out
where the video originated. Thank you, A. Davis, Wichita Falls, Texas
ARAN and BEBO Social Network - May 2008
Mink farm targeted by animal rights group - March 2008
Andrea Smith on ending torture - Jan 08
Media Scrums ARAN - December 2007
Driving Fur Out - November 1, 2007
No Wild Circus Animals in Fingal, motion passed - October 2007
Dublin Fur Attacks - September 2007
ARANs April '07 Newsletter - May 2007
Circus video, short but worth seeing
Get the Flash Player to see this player.http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=1Uf1rh2o5j4; download the flv file
ARAN Seal Demonstration - March 2007
Brown Thomas Fur Protest - March 2007
Laois Fur Farm Targeted - October 2006
Whips chains demo -- June 2006. Pictures of anti-circus campaign tour that began in Galway.
ARAN -- The Newsletter for Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN), May 2006.
Bird Flu Protest -- March 2006. Bird Flu Protest.
Frog Farm -- Dec 2005. Frog farm shuts after ALF attack .
ARAN -- The Newsletter for Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN), Oct 2005 .
Sheep Protest -- Nude Protest Outside Australian Embassy .
Dublin Fur Protest -- Aug. 2005. Woman is 'Beaten' Outside Dublin Fur Store.
Irish fur farm raid .pdf file.
February 13, 2007
IRISH MODELS AND MISS UK 2006 JUMP INTO BED FOR OUR ANTI-FUR CAMPAIGN
Internationally renowned "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign has just hit Dublin, being organized by Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) and PETA Europe here in Ireland just in time for Valentines day. Our bevy of sexy nude models including Miss UK 2006 Lucy Evangelista where escorted from their limousine which driven them to the scene of a giant erect bed and awaiting them a huge swarm of photographers and reporters. The scene was being watched by possible hundreds of people gawking to get in on the action. Their message was simple, you can still get that killer look without actually killing anything. The models jumped into bed wearing skimpy sexy red thongs and boxer shorts whilst holding signs reading "Fur Out Love In"
ARAN wants consumers to know that animals trapped for fur suffer excruciating pain'often for days'before their chests are stomped on or their necks are broken by trappers. Beavers caught in underwater traps for their fur struggle frantically before drowning. On fur farms, animals spend their entire lives in tiny, filthy cages, where they suffer physical and psychological distress before they are killed by poisoning, gassing, anal electrocution, or neck-breaking. In China, the world's leading fur exporter, animals on unregulated fur farms are sometimes skinned alive. Millions of dogs and cats are killed in China for the international fur trade'their fur can wind up anywhere in the world, because it is often intentionally mislabeled as fur from other species. In Ireland fur farming is still completely legal, where thousands of mink and artic fox continue to be slaughtered for their skins which are mainly shipped to Europe and beyond. You can make a huge difference to ensure fur farming here in Ireland is banned forever, please write to:-
Minister Mary Coughlan
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