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Public Inquiry
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Justin Trudeau to Humza Yousaf: "You think you can position yourself as the West?s most authoritarian 'liberal' political leader? Hold my Molson."
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A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ?climate emergency? and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
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The number of pupils suspended from school has reached a record high as experts warn that bad behaviour has increased as a result of lockdown school closures.
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[Dublin] National Demonstration: Freedom for Palestine - End Gaza Genocide - Sanctions Now!

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Sat, 17 February 2024, 13:00 Assemble @ Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Square, Dublin 1

The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign, supported by scores of other Irish civil society groups, has called another National Demonstration for Palestine on Saturday 17th February, starting at the Garden of Remembrance at 1pm and going to the Department of Foreign Affairs on St. Stephen’s Green to bring our demands to the Irish government’s doorstep.


END GAZA GENOCIDE!
END ISRAELI APARTHEID!
SANCTIONS NOW!
FREEDOM AND JUSTICE FOR PALESTINE!

This march – endorsed by scores of Irish civil society organisations – has been called as part of the Global Day of Action for Gaza. Last month we made history with one of the largest demonstrations in Irish history, bringing 100,000 people onto the streets for Palestine. Let’s make this one EVEN BIGGER!

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Bring friends and family! Bring noise and hope! Let’s make our voices heard and our demands unignorable!


https://www.ipsc.ie/event/dublin-national-demonstration-freedom-for-palestine-end-gaza-genocide-sanctions-now
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Emergency Protests for Palestine Around Ireland

As Apartheid Israel continues pounding the captive and besieged people of Gaza with indiscriminate bombing and a full scale invasion, all with the blessing of Western powers, we ask you to join us at an emergency solidarity rally in support of the Palestinian people. Note, not all these actions are organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.



Thursday 8th February
Tralee – 1pm, Town Centre

Friday 9th February
Sallins– 7.30am, M7 Motorway Bridge
Kildare – 7.30am, Aldi Bridge
Newbridge – 7.30am, Ballymany Bridge
Drogheda – 7pm, Gig for Gaza, McHugh’s Barrell Venue
Dingle – 7pm, The Old Boatyard
Bantry – 5.30pm, The Square
Cobh – 3.30pm, Belvelly Bridge
Mahon – 3pm, Mahon Bridge
Ballincollig – 4.30pm, Ballincollig Bypass
Cork – 7.30pm, HCW Vigil for Palestine, Cork University Hospital entrance

Saturday 10th February
Dublin – 1pm, ‘RTE Support Your Colleauges’ demo, Broadcasting Commission, 2-5 Warrington Place, D02 XP29
Dublin – 3pm, ‘SOS Gaza’ Rally, The Spire
Belfast – 1.30pm, Gaels for Gaza March – Wear your club colours – 1pm, Writers’ Square
Cork – 1pm, Grand Parade
Ennis – 11am, O’Connell Square
Athy – 1pm – 2pm, Info Stall, Emily Square
Skibbereen – 12.30pm, Aldi Carpark
Clonakilty – 5pm, Astna Square
Youghal – 5pm, Green Park
Carrick-on-Shannon – 3pm, The Bridge
Drogheda – 12pm, West Street (town centre)

Sunday 11th February
Waterford – 2.15pm, Film Screening and South East IPSC AGM, St. Patrick’s Gateway
Shannon Airport – 2pm, No Arms Through Ireland Protest, The Roundabout (Important Note: If you are interested in travelling by bus from Dublin, please contact Art on 0852356384 or whoozatt@protonmail.com)
Mallow – 5pm, Mallow Bridge Monument
Midleton – 2pm, The Courthouse
Carrigaline – 3.30pm, Main Street
Bandon – 5pm, Main Street
Gort – 6pm, The Square
Monkstown – 6pm, The Triangle

Monday 12th February
Killorglin – 7pm, Library Place
Ballincollig – 6pm, Dunnes Stores

Wednesday 14th February
Caherciveen – 7pm, Outside the Community Centre

Thursday 15th February
Tralee – 1pm, Town Centre

Friday 16th February
Sallins– 7.30am, M7 Motorway Bridge
Kildare – 7.30am, Aldi Bridge
Newbridge – 7.30am, Ballymany Bridge
Dingle – 7pm, The Old Boatyard
Bantry – 5.30pm, The Square
Cobh – 3.30pm, Belvelly Bridge
Mahon – 3pm, Mahon Bridge
Ballincollig – 4.30pm, Ballincollig Bypass

Saturday 17th February
Dublin – NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION FOR PALESTINE, 1pm, Garden of Remembrance, D1

Sunday 18th February
Dublin – 1pm, Kites for Palestine, Sandymount Strand

Thursday 29th February
Celbridge – 6.30pm, Vigil and rally, Main St side of Castletown gates

Saturday 2nd March
Dublin – STAND TOGETHER National March – 1.30pm, Garden of Remembrance | Join the IPSC’s Palestine Bloc – Meeting point to be announced.
Rathcarran – Gig Do Gaza, Club Ráth Chairn/An Bradán Feasa

Friday 8th March
Belfast – 7.30pm, Night at the Races Fundraisier, McLoughlin’s Bar, 150 Antrim Road

Saturday 9th March
Dublin – 12pm – 5pm, IPSC @ Dublin Radical Bookfair, Teachers’ Club, 36 Parnell Sq

We need to tell our leaders that we won’t be silent in the face of Israeli war crimes, illegal collective punishment, and threats of mass ethnic cleansing. We need to tell Apartheid Israel that we will escalate the international campaign for justice in Palestine.

See the link below for any further details

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