Another Muslim abuse video caught on CCTV that is very tough to watch. And while this isn't as bad as the diplomat who beat his slave to death in a five-star London hotel, the beating of this lab puppy is terrible.
Muslims do seem to have a habit of getting caught on CCTV displaying their brutality. What's he doing with a pet dog anyway -- isn't it haram? "Something clicked inside him and there was lots of anger," his defense lawyer said. He was "having a bad day," and there weren't any kaffirs around to kick, so his dog got it. Perhaps he got confused and thought the dog was Jewish, forgetting that the qur'an says that the Jews are apes and pigs.
Caught on CCTV: The sickening moment diplomat's son battered labrador puppy 20 times because he was 'having a bad day' Daily Mail
A diplomat's son who viciously kicked and punched his puppy because he was 'having a bad day' after being turned down for a job has narrowly avoided being locked up for the horrific attack.
Mohammed Abou-Sabaa, whose father is a prominent Tunisian official, was caught on CCTV raining down more than 20 blows on his labrador, Poppy, as she cowered in terror.
In a final, sickening, attack, the 21-year-old student was filmed kicking the blameless pet down a flight of steps outside his luxury city centre flat.
Attack: Mohammed Abou-Sabaa was caught on CCTV brutally abusing his five-month-old labrador puppy
Abou-Sabaa was seen raining down more than 20 blows on the puppy as she cowered in terror
But despite his behaviour being branded 'despicable' by RSPCA inspectors, magistrates agreed to let him walk free from court, imposing a suspended prison sentence and banning him from keeping animals for four years.
They told him they were letting him off because he was in full-time education - however it emerged yesterday he is likely to face disciplinary action from the authorities at Manchester University over his conviction for animal cruelty.
Brazen Abou-Sabaa punched and kicked the dog outside the entrance to his building, stopping when a fellow resident went indoors before resuming the unprovoked assault
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Recovered: Poppy the labrador has now made a full recovery and the RSPCA is trying to rehome her
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