Quantcast Vegetarian StarPamela Anderson Enjoys Buddha Burgers Between Fur Activism In Tel Aviv

Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson is known for giving props to local food when visiting a country, and her recent visit to Tel Aviv was no different.

The actress was welcomed by several animal rights activists carrying tombstones that read, “Thou Shall Not Kill Animals.”

“There are a lot of really great animal rights [activists] here, really good, sympathetic people and I think they’re making a lot of progress even with passing this fur bill, which is a landmark bill and it’s very important for the rest of the world,” Anderson told The Jerusalem Post. “It just seems like everyone is very passionate [in Israel]. There’s not a lot of small talk – people really talk about important things and it’s really incredible the people that I’ve met. We have great conversations.”

Anderson has been outspoken on initiating a fur ban in Israel. She called Israel progressive because it has no fur farms and urged leaders to step forward on such as ban, that has been discussed but shot down by some Hasidic Jews who wear fur hats and other attire on some occasions. A poll cited most Israelis believing killing animals for fur as wrong and supporting a ban on it.

While in Tel Aviv, Anderson stopped by Buddha’s Burgers, a vegan restaurant home to Shwarma Seitan, Seitan Shnitzel and of course, the Buddha vegan burger.

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