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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday November 10 2011
02:00 PM

Dublin Airport: Welcome Home for #FreedomWaves prisoners (Part 1)

category dublin | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Wednesday November 09, 2011 16:26author by Kev - ISTG Report this post to the editors

Seven of the kidnapped Irish participants in the #FreedomWaves to Gaza mission will return home to Terminal 1 in Dublin Airport on flight BD123 (from London) at 2.25pm on Thursday 10th November. Zoe Lawlor, Mags O’Brien, John Mallon, Fintan Lane, Trevor Hogan, Hugh Lewis and Patrick Fitzgerald have all been illegally held by the Israeli state since Friday afternoon after being violently abducted in international waters while attempting to break the illegal siege and sailing to the blockaded Gaza Strip. The Irish Ship To Gaza campaign is organising a welcoming committee to meet them at Terminal 1 in Dublin Airport, and asking people to gather there at around 2pm to be there when they come through the gates.

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The remaining seven Irish citizens (John Hearne, Billy Smith, Chris Andrews, Paul Murphy MEP, Felim Egan, Gerard Barron and Philip McCullough) remain in Israeli custody, and we await definite news of their release. Keep an eye on this website for updates as we get them.

Related Link: http://irishshiptogaza.org/
author by Kev - ISTGpublication date Thu Nov 10, 2011 10:55Report this post to the editors

IMPORTANT UPDATE: IT APPEARS THAT THE FIRST SEVEN PRISONERS DUE TO FLY HOME TODAY HAVE BEEN PREVENTED FROM DOING SO BY THE ISRAELI AUTHORITIES. SEE HERE FOR MORE INFO - http://irishshiptogaza.org/?p=905

THEREFORE THIS WELCOMING COMMITTEE AT DUBLIN AIRPORT TODAY HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

 
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