Irish Anti War Movement

KILLARNEY: Protest Against Israel's War on Gaza Assemble at the Courthhouse

17/01/2009 - 14:15

A demonstration has been called by Palestinians who are living in Killarney, and others, against the Israeli invasion of Gaza and the killing of over 1000 civilians.

Assemble at the Courthhouse, Killarney Saturday 17 January 2009 @ 2.15

Some transport available, call 086 7397458.

Related Link: http://www.ipsc.ie

Donegal Palestinian Deputy Ambassador To Address West Donegal (dobhair) Public Meeting

17/01/2009 - 18:00

Solidarity with Gaza public Meeting

éirígí have organised a public meeting in Dobhair, West Donegal on Saturday 17th January at 6pm in solidarity with the people of Gaza and the Palestinian people and their cause in general

The Palestinian deputy ambasador, a spokesperson for the ICTU and Brendean MacCionnaith from éirígí will address the meeting.

The Palestinian Deputy Ambassador to Ireland Yusuf Dorkhom is set to address a public meeting in Dobhair next weekend to highlight the ongoing siege and bombardment of Gaza by Israel.

The public meeting, which has been organised by éirígí Tír Chonaill, takes place on Saturday January 17 in Ionad Naomh Pádraig, Dobhair at 6pm. Also addressing the meeting will be Ciaran Campbell from the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) and Brendean MacCionnaith from éirígí .

Collection of humanitarian aid for Gaza. GALWAY, SAT 24/1/09

24/01/2009 - 00:00

Humanitarian Aid for Gaza

 Please support the collection of humanitarian aid for Gaza that Galway Palestine Children’s Charity is organising for Saturday 24th January. The intention is to fill a 40ft container with a wide range of goods that are desperately needed. We are hoping the Gardaí will give consent for the main collection point to be at Eyre Sq..Galway City.

 

Financial donations would also be welcome: they can be made to Galway/ Palestine Solidarity Children’s Charity account,  AIB Tuam Rd, Galway, Sort Code: 937452  

A/C Number: 03910029.

Gaza demo: Galway Saturday 17/1 Boycott Israeli produce!

17/01/2009 - 14:30

There will be a demonstration in Galway City centre on Saturday January 17th at 2.30pm to protest the barbaric treatment of the people of Gaza by Israel.
People are asked to congregate at the Wilde Statue,at the end of Shop St. to show solidarity with the Palestinian cause and to tell the world that the actions of the Israeli government in Gaza are an affront to humanity. To date nearly 900 people have been killed in Gaza, a figure that is rapidly approaching the number killed by the Israelis in Lebanon 2 years ago.
 
The assembly will be adressed by a number of speakers, demanding that the Irish government immediately expels the Israeli ambassador to Ireland, and calling on the Irish public to boycott all Israeli products.
A list of Israeli products and brands will be publicised at the demonstration and distributed outside various retail outlets in the town.
As Naomi Klein states, " The best way to end the bloody occupation is to target Israel with the kind of movement that ended apartheid in South Africa." The people of Ireland played a noble and leading role in that movement. Please support the Galway Free Gaza Campaign.

info: contact 087 2594047  

GALWAY/GAZA organising meeting on Monday

12/01/2009 - 20:00

GAZA organising meeting MONDAY 12th JANUARY 8pm SMOKEY'S, NUIG concourse.
to brainstorm, put forward, and plan further actions for GAZA

volunteers welcome

How Israel brought Gaza to the Brink of Humanitarian Catastrophe

Oxford professor of international relations Avi Shlaim served in the Israeli army and has never questioned the state's legitimacy. But its merciless assault on Gaza has led him to devastating conclusions

 

A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground outside Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City. Photograph: Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images

A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground outside Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City. Photograph: Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images

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