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In 1997, ICABS
presented to the then Minister for Agriculture, Joe Walsh, a hunt video showing a fox being pulled from the earth with a terrier biting into the top of its head.
spokeswoman Aideen Yourell slammed the "thugs" responsible for the sickening cruelty.
When contacted by the Irish People, Fr Stuart said he was aware of ICAB
'S anger, but he had no comment to make on the matter.
say they appreciate the history behind hare coursing but state they have suggested the alternative idea of drag coursing in which no live animals are used.
O'Leary told ICABS
at the time that although he thought bullfighting was "boring and pointless", Ryanair "respects people's right to attend bullfights if they so wish".
The Irish Council against Blood Sports (ICABS
) and Badger Watch have urged Agriculture Minister Joe Walsh to halt the cull.
and Mr Hardiman claim they have seen many foxes dug out and then thrown to the hounds.
spokeswoman Aideen Yourell said: "It's utterly appalling in this day and age that Aer Lingus should callously promote the killing of animals for fun and entertainment.
Aideen Yourell of the Irish Council Against Blood Sports (ICABS
) said: "This is so, so cruel, I am sickened and angry at the Department of Agriculture for doing this.
has now called on the Gardai to investigate the incident.