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IAWM SUPPORTS CULTURAL BOYCOTT OF ISRAEL

Prompted by recent media attacks on human rights activists the Irish Anti War Movement today issued a statement expressing its full support of the cultural boycott campaign which asks artists not to perform in apartheid Israel. The statement noted that the cultural boycott is part of an International Campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS). It was called for by Palestinian civil society in 2005 in response to the failure of the international community to hold Israel accountable for its illegal and brutal occupation of Palestinian lands.

 

Fri 30th March 8pm Cassidy’s Hotel Parnell Square East Dublin - Public Meeting - Iran and Syria

30/03/2012 - 20:00
30/03/2012 - 22:00

Irish Anti-War Movement - Public Meeting:

'Solidarity with The People of Syria & Iran -
NO TO INTERVENTION!'

Guest speakers to include;

Simon Assaf
Dr. Abbas Edalet

Plus live link-up with Shirin Shafaie.

All are very welcome to attend.

www.irishantiwar.org/ plus Facebook & #Twitter

 

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SYRIA AND IRAN – TWO PAWNS IN THE WEST’S NEO-COLONIAL STRATEGY

There is real imminent danger of another war in the Middle East. The US and Britain are attempting to engineer a regime change in Syria while crippling sanctions have been imposed on Iran and its scientists have been executed as a prelude to war.

The Irish Anti-war Movement (IAWM) supports the right of the peoples in the countries of the Middle East to determine their own future but we are critical of any attempt by western powers to intervene there. As we have seen in Libya, the regime change veiled as ‘humanitarian intervention’ has cost at least 30,000 lives and reports from NGO’s tell of continued reprisals and torture. Military intervention only brings more deaths, division and misery.

Occupy Bahrain: The largest demonstration in Bahrain. We are the 99%

 

Free bus to shannon for Iraq war anniversay demo

11/03/2012 - 10:30
11/03/2012 - 23:59
PANA & the IAWM have hired a bus (free, but a donation will be requested) to travel to Shannon from Dublin on March 11th. It leaves Heuston Station at 10.30am. The size of the bus depends on the number that confirm they wish to come by emailing info@pana.ie.

Can the Syrian Revolution Succeed - Simon Assaf - 1st March 2012

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