IAWM Bulletin

EMERGENCY PROTEST AT DÁIL - EXPEL THE ISRAELI AMBASSADOR!

EMERGENCY PROTEST - EXPEL THE ISRAELI AMBASSADOR!

Protest the Israeli Ambassor - tomorrow at Dáil Eireann, Kildare Street, 3.30pm.

The Israeli Ambassador is speaking at the Foreign Affairs Committee at
the Dail at 4.00pm this Wednesday, 3 September.

He should not go unopposed.

The Irish Anti-war Movement is calling an emergency protest tomorrow at
3.30pm at the Dáil.

We say expel the Irish Ambassador as a protest against Israeli war crimes.

IRAQ - US bombing of Islamic State forces is no answer to sectarian violence

IAWM STATEMENT ON IRAQ CRISIS - 27 AUGUST 2014

• US bombing of Islamic State forces is no answer to sectarian violence

• No to further western military intervention in Iraq

• Hypocrisy of western powers in different responses to Iraq and Gaza

IAWM BULLETIN 22 AUGUST 2014 - GAZA STALL THIS SATURDAY and NO TO NATO PROTESTS IN WALES NEXT WEEK

IAWM BULLETIN 22 AUGUST 2014

In this bulletin:

1. IPSC stall and leafleting for GAZA, Saturday 23rd August, GPO. 12-2pm.
2. NO TO NATO NATO Protests, Newport, Wales. 30th August – 05th Sept.
3. Donating to the Irish Anti-War Movement.

1. IPSC stall and leafleting for GAZA, Saturday 23rd August, GPO. 12.00-2.00pm.
As the situation in Gaza deteriorates further with extensive Israeli military bombing and huge suffering for the civilian population there it is important to keep up the protests and solidarity work. Please come along to this IPSC stall on Saturday to help with leafleting and informing the public. Bring flags, placards etc. If enough people attend we will march down Henry Street for a boycott awareness action.

2. NO TO NATO PROTESTS, Newport, Wales. 30TH August – 05th Sept.

The Irish anti-War Movement is supporting this event in Wales and sending delegates. If any IAWM members would like to join us you are most welcome.

As NATO member countries stir up tension in the Ukraine and support the horrific Israeli military bombardment of Gaza the momentum for organised resistance to this year's NATO summit in Newport, Wales has grown.

The increasing sectarian violence in Iraq over the last few weeks has shown
the invasion of Iraq has failed by every measure and the Iraqi people are
suffering.

All the leaders of the key Western powers will be in South Wales for the
NATO summit so we need the biggest possible protests to force them to
break from their aggressive foreign policies. A whole week of protest is
planned during the week of the summit, details of which you can find
below.

Help us build the No to NATO protest.

IPSC NATIONAL PROTEST FOR GAZA THIS SATURDAY

IAWM BULLETIN 08 AUGUST 2014

In this bulletin:

1. NATIONAL PROTEST FOR GAZA THIS SATURDAY
2. IAWM launch of WW1 pamphlet and statement
3. IAWM Boycott Israeli goods event report
4. Academics for Palestine AfP – Boycott Pledge
5. Donating to the Irish Anti-War Movement.


1. NATIONAL PROTEST FOR GAZA THIS SATURDAY - IPSC event
supported by IAWM: Freedom & Justice for Palestine – National Demonstration (IPSC) Sat, 9 August 2014, 14:00 Assemble at The Spire, O'Connell Street, Dublin 1

Details here: http://www.ipsc.ie/event/dublin-freedom-justice-for-palestine-national-d...

All out for Palestine this Saturday.

In just four weeks at least 1900 people killed in Gaza, including 373 children – see http://www.dhakatribune.com/world/2014/aug/08/name-373-children-killed-g....
400,000 people displaced i.e. almost 25% of the population. This is equivalent to 4895 dead and 1,086,690 people displaced in Ireland! Yet Irish Government recently, shamefully abstained on a UN vote to have an investigation into war crimes. Let the Irish Government know what you think this Saturday. Come along and support the people of Gaza and all of Palestine.

2. On Tuesday 05 August 2014 the IAWM launched its pamphlet entitled "World War 1 - what did they die for?" – along with a statement signed by over 75 people, many of them prominent figures from artistic, cultural, sporting and political life in Ireland. The launch was addressed by Clare Daly TD, artist Robert Ballagh, the Chair of CND the Revd. Patrick Comerford, former MEP Patricia Mc Kenna and writer, historian and secretary of the IAWM Steering Committee, John Molyneux.

Mass Boycott Action for Gaza - Assemble at the Spire 5.30pm Thurs 07/08/2014

The Irish Anti War Movement has called a mass boycott action for next Thursday, 07 August in Dublin City Centre.

Assemble at the Spire at 5.30pm.

This protest will afterwards join the Gaza Action protest also on Thursday.

Please share and invite your contacts.

Events for Gaza for the Next Week

Events for Gaza

  • Saturday 2 August - [Dublin] March & Rally: Slaughter in Gaza - Israel must be sanctioned! - 2pm, GARDEN OF REMEMBRANCE, Parnell Square, Dublin 1
  • Saturday 2 August - [Cork] The Children’s March for Gaza - 1pm, Assemble at Daunt Square, Cork City
  • Saturday 2 August - [Limerick] Solidarity March for Gaza - 2pm, Thomas Street, Limerick
  • Saturday 2 August - [Derry] March for Gaza - 2pm, Guildhall Square, Derry
  • Saturday 2 August - [Armagh] Solidarity with Gaza - 12pm, Market St, Armagh
  • Saturday 2 August - [Galway] Galway Against Israeli Genocide - 2pm, Eyre Square, Galway
  • Saturday 2 August - [Bundoran] Vigil for Palestine - 2pm, Main Street, Bundoran
  • Saturday 2 August - [Ennis] Vigil for Gaza - 12pm,  O’Connell Square, Ennis
  • Saturday 2 August - [Sligo] Vigil and demonstration for Gaza - 3pm, GPO, Sligo
  • Saturday 2 August - [Nenagh] Protest for Gaza - 1pm,  Banba Square, Nenagh
  • Sunday 3 August - [Dublin] S.O.S. Palestine fundraiser - 2pm - 9pm, The Back Loft, 7-11 St. Augustine Street, Dublin
  • Monday 4 August -  [Clonmel] Solidarity with Gaza - End Israeli Terror - 2pm, The Main Guard, Clonmel
  • Monday 4 August -  [Maynooth] Palestine Solidarity demo - 7pm, The Square, Maynooth
  • Wednesday 6 August - [Armagh] Candlelight Vigil for Gaza - 8.15pm, Market St, Armagh
  • Thursday 7 August - [Dublin] Mass Boycott Action - 5.30pm, Assemble at the Spire O'Connell Street Dublin
  • Thursday 7 Aug - [Belfast] Palestine Day at Feile an Phobail: ‘The European Union and Palestine - Partner for Peace or Partner in Oppression?’ - St Mary’s University College, Falls Road, Belfast
  • Thursday 7 Aug - [Dublin] Open IPSC Meeting - 7.30pm, IPSC Office, Second Floor, 18 Capel Street, Dublin 1
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