Princess Arwa Al Fahad, Animal Rights Activist Proposes to Treat All Animals the Same as Humans During a Recent Press Conference in Saudi Arabia

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Princess Arwa Al Fahad, a passionate animal rights activist, proposes to treat all animals the same as humans while she was addressing a recently help press conference in Saudi Arabia. She strongly believes that human beings should be stewards of the animals and protect their rights to live with dignity.

Since her childhood, she has a soft corner for animals especially the strays. She has been an active member of various campaigns that has been working for the homeless animals.

Princess Arwa Al Fahad, a passionate animal rights activist, proposes to treat all animals the same as humans while she was addressing a press conference in Saudi Arabia last week. She strongly believes that human beings should be stewards of the animals and protect their rights to live with dignity. Even animals have moral rights and a more realistic approach should be taken to implement Acts and Rules in letter and spirit.

Since her childhood, she has had a soft spot for animals, especially strays. She has been an active member of various campaigns that has been working for the homeless animals. “People have long forgotten that god created this world for both humans and animals to share and live peacefully. Animals are not blessed with minds like that of a human but still they are living beings and have their own rights to live and survive the world.” said Princess Arwa Al Fahad at her camp for homeless animals.

Princess Arwa Al Fahad graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan where she was in the Eta Kappa Nu Electrical Engineering honor society. She strives to run ambulances and shelter for animals that are seen treated in cruel manner, violating number of Acts of the country.

Princess Arwa Al Fahad was born in Fahadi Arabia in 1976. She was raised the oldest of three children in the Royal family and attended public schools in Dubai, and later in Fahadi Arabia, Gulf region where she excelled scholastically in her academics. She lives in Fahadi where she runs shelters for the poor and needy those are treated mercilessly on the streets.

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