I'm interested to know just what 'agenda' Shamir is referring to when he says "That book has an agenda". Because if ending the suffering of billions of animals worldwide is an 'agenda' (by which I assume Shamir is implying that it is something 'bad') then yes, by everything that is good and decent and kind and positive in this world, I hope that the 'agenda' catches on like wildfire and that the world is turned upside down with an epiphany that animals are born to this planet as we have been, and deserve all chances to live their lives freely, naturally, able to pursue their own purposes, needs and desires. We have no right, no business using, abusing animals. The do not belong to us - they belong to the earth, to nature, to themselves.
Bennett, Deri expected to resign from Knesset, remain in cabinet under new 'Norwegian Law’ (Haaretz)
from the article: Could Netanyahu be turning vegan?