What’s more valuable : an innocent’s life or a scrapped car?


In the remote part of a desert, 200 kilometers away from our shelter, an unimaginable tragedy took place. A car had crashed into not one, but three innocent camels. The accident took the lives of the young passengers inside the car, leaving the camels as the only survivors. When our team rushed to the scene, we were confronted with an inhuman situation. Authorities had already taken care of everything, the dead bodies of those youngsters as well as the wreckage of the car leaving behind the camels, which were left to fend for themselves in a world where wild dogs threatened to eat them alive.

When we reached the spot, Two of the three camels had already succumbed to their injuries, leaving just one of them clinging to life. It was a grim and precarious situation, but there was still a glimmer of hope for the lone survivor. Despite the odds stacked against this beautiful creature, we knew we had to do everything in our power to save it.

With a sense of urgency, we quickly went to work. Our team of volunteers provided the injured camel with immediate medical attention and brought the camel to our shelter. 

The story of this brave camel underscores the tragic neglect that often befalls innocent creatures in the aftermath of accidents. While the authorities had taken away the wreckage of the car, they had failed to consider the plight of these magnificent beings which is not only inhuman but also a shameful act on our part. It is a stark reminder that compassion and empathy should extend to all living creatures, especially those who have been victims of unfortunate accidents.