Prime Minister of Malaysia: Harming Orangutans Also Harms Lucrative Eco-Tourism Industry
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Prime Minister of Malaysia
Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak

Prime Minister of Malaysia: Harming Orangutans Also Harms Lucrative Eco-Tourism Industry

    1. Friends of the Orangutans
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      Friends of the Orangutans

      Malaysia, Malaysia

The A’Famosa tourist park is primarily a golf resort situated about 70 miles south of Kuala Lumpur.

The 8 orangutans have been kept in cramped, dark, indoor quarters for the last 18 months, with no fresh air, no sun on their backs, no rain, nothing to play with or do all day.

The government has a long history of protecting the resort from prosecution for handling illegally obtained orangutans.

The A’Famosa resort should never be allowed to keep these orangutans.

We would greatly appreciate your support in the form of signing this petition which will automatically trigger sixteen emails being sent to key government people, including the Prime Minister.

On behalf of these orangutans who are unable to help or speak for themselves, thank you.

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    1. Reached 500 signatures
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      Stephanie Feldstein
      Petition Organizer

      Tweet at @PMOMalaysia @NajibRazak @NRE_GOV and politely ask them to stop the suffering of the @AfamosaResort #orangutans.

    3. LATEST: YouTube video reveals truth about A'Famosa orangutans

      Friends of the Orangutans
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      Video of the orangutans in their prison at A'Famosa Resort Melaka, Malaysia. They need help please could you sign the petitions below and share on your FB Wall. Thanks

    4. Reached 250 signatures

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    • Ruth Serra CLEARWATER, FL
      • over 2 years ago

      "The wise harm no one."

      Buddha

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    • Betty Blanco CARACAS, VENEZUELA, BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF
      • over 2 years ago

      REASON??? THE REASON TO BE FREE

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    • Patty Shenker LOS ANGELES, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Wild animals belong in the wild. This place is abusing these orangutans & I am outraged. Rescue them & prosecute their oppressors!

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    • Sonia Roytman LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • over 2 years ago

      Hate this cruelty? Then HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE JUST BY SIGNING!

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    • Denise LaChance LOS ANGELES, CA
      • about 3 years ago

      I will not visit Malaysia as long as animals are mistreated there. It is appalling that you would treat any animal this way, including endangered Orangutans. What kind of a country are you?

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