Spaniards Protesting President Trump and Bullfighting as Cruel
About 400 people have protested Bullfighting in Pamplona, just before the city hosts its famed festival featuring the iconic fighting Bull runs.
The protesters held signs that read in English “Bullfight Is Cruel” and “No Tradition Trumps Reason” in Spanish, the protesters marched Saturday through the city’s old quarter. The route included a stretch of the narrow streets that will be used for the Bull runs that have made the San Fermin Festival known worldwide.
Tens of thousands of party-goers from Spain and abroad come each year to Pamplona to witness or take part in the early morning Bull runs, when crowds of runners risk being gored or trampled as they lead a pack of Bulls to the ring where they will fight the Matadors.
The Festival of San Fermin runs from 6-14 July.
If you are going have fun, run hard, fast and stay out of harms way…
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