President Michel Aoun and a dog, posted by Aoun on his Facebook page as he condemned the poisoning of stray dogs on Dec. 29, 2017 (The Daily Star/HO)
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President Michel Aoun late Friday condemned the recent poisoning of the several stray dogs in the municipality of Ghobeiri and reiterated a recently passed Animal Welfare Protection law in a post on his personal Facebook account."Despite the danger stray dogs may pose to people, the methods to resolves these cases are numerous and [the answer is] definitely not what we witnessed on social media and television [in Ghobeiri]," he wrote. He pointed to the Animal Welfare Protection law, signed earlier this year, that increases protections and criminalizes acts that harm, torture or kill animals.
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