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02:00 PM

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category dublin | rights and freedoms | event notice author Friday May 17, 2013 01:02author by Dublin Basque Solidarity - Dublin Irish Basque Solidarity Committeeauthor email basquedublin at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

The 600 Basque political prisoners constitute 0.02% of the Basque population of less than three million, a percentage which would produce 1,300 political prisoners in Ireland.

A poster of some of the 600 prisoners becomes a hand, gripping the hand of solidarity
A poster of some of the 600 prisoners becomes a hand, gripping the hand of solidarity

600 prisoners (0.02% of the population, which would give 1,300 political prisoners in Ireland), detainees tortured for 'confessions', convictions without evidence, long sentences, dispersed hundreds or thousands of kilometers from their families, not released even when seriously and incurably ill ....

Related Link: https://www.facebook.com/dublinbasque
author by Diarmuid Breatnachpublication date Sun May 19, 2013 23:38Report this post to the editors

Thanks to all who turned up. Our next information stall will be on Saturday June 1st. Keep in touch in order to learn where. Dlúpháirtíocht/ elkartasuna!
the associated link would have been www.Thanks to all who turned up. Our next information stall will be on Saturday June 1st. Keep in touch in order to learn where. facebook.com/dublinbasque
and the email address basquedublin@gmail.com.

Wider view of the Basque political prisoners' stall on Saturday in Dublin during a quieter moment
Wider view of the Basque political prisoners' stall on Saturday in Dublin during a quieter moment

Passers-by read leaflets and sign for solidarity with Basque political prisoners, Baile Átha Cliath, yesterday.
Passers-by read leaflets and sign for solidarity with Basque political prisoners, Baile Átha Cliath, yesterday.

 
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