BSF protests shikar by Arab royals

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  1. SpArK

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    World's Favorite hunting Ground. Literally.
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    yes but reguler pakistani flight operate daily from those air ports there is no VIP airport

    rahimyar khan apron

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    No,the real crazy part is where they think the meat is aphrodisiac.:lol:
    Poor birds have to die for the sake of some rich Arab princes libido.:cheesy:
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    ohh yes they got some goodwill on streets too

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    i agree with them yes they are aphrodisiac ;)
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    It is a disgrace that you allow foreigners to have Shikar in your country. We would never allow such a thing to happen. Smacks of Colonial era.
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    you may don't know it but


    ACS Dubai gets falcons flying
    December, 2009

    Air Charter Service’s Dubai office recently saved some falcons the effort of flying, by chartering an aircraft for them.
    Dmitriy Korshunov, Director ACS Dubai, explains: “The falcons were being flown out of the U.A.E. to Rahim Yar Khan in Pakistan for a hunting expedition. They received VIP service aboard the B737 aircraft, along with their trainers. Normally any live animals that we need to fly would go on a cargo aircraft, but these well-trained birds of prey sit still long enough!”
    Air Charter Service specialise in cargo aircraft charter, commercial airliner charter and private jet charter, and have a long history of flying all types of animals including dolphins, elephants and race horses.



    For additional information about aircrafts in ACS management please call 24/7 number +7 495 775 42 70 or leave your message here: pax@aircharter.ru

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    lolz you guys replaces by italian waitress lady only :rofl:

    its you guys problem? i should say no . let us do whatever we want.
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    After Independence in Pakistan the british were replaced by arabs.
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    I've got friends who have permits to hunt across half of the world, from lions in South Africa to some rare bird in Argentina. It's a global industry, read up.
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    They cant do much about it. If stopped , its diplomatic issue.

    Houbara bustard permit issue sours ties | Latest news, Breaking news, Pakistan News, World news, business, sport and multimedia | DAWN.COM

    The houbara population has been reduced by more than 50%.

    So only solution is they all die out or stop migrating to Pakistan.
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    It is not just this poor bird that Arab princes enjoy,

    Think about Chinese and their fetish with rhino horns.

    Just sad that in the age of blue pill and other treatments available, some people want to wipe out poor birds and endangered animals.

    Sadly.
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    Their land , their law.. If this gives them some diplomatic brownie points with Arabs then why not..?
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    They can have that global industry. Not for us. No foreigner will hunt on our lands. That few millions dont matter.
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    That's absolutely fine, with a majority that is averse to the consumption of animals for food, India can afford to take that stance but seeing as hunting is a common sport in Pakistan, the matter is different.
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    Even Indian citizens can't hunt these days,like they used to do 20 or 30 years back.I used to follow my Dad and Chachas on the hunt for Asian antelope (Roaz) in the early 90's and there were no issues but after the Salman khan debacle you will pretty much end up in jail for a decade.But then again I think it's for the best.
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    Nope. This is not about a majority that is averse to the consumption of animals for food. Infact i think 50% of Indians are non vegetarians - including me.

    Hunting as a sport should be banned. It was a common sport in India as well maybe 30 years back. We ended it. Preserving wildlife. And if at all it just has to be allowed, then atleast foreigners should not be allowed to come to your country for hunting. This is colonial or being subservient.