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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday January 25 2014
12:00 PM

Picket for Indian Maoist POWs outside Indian Embassy Dublin

category dublin | anti-capitalism | event notice author Friday January 24, 2014 15:46author by Maoist Report this post to the editors

International Day of Action for Indian Maoist POWs.

This event was put together by a number of groups and independents at the request of POWs in Port Laoise who asked that it be promoted to all of the Irish People on behalf of the MLM Freedom Fighters and the Prisoners of the Peoples War in India. Picket at 12pm and its outside the Indian Embassy, 6 Leeson Park, Dublin 6.

Related Link: http://icspwindia.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/poster25-...1.pdf
author by Maoistpublication date Sat Jan 25, 2014 09:36Report this post to the editors

If anyone has a bit of spare time around twelve today, please consider helping out with the picket for this most worthy cause.

author by Maoistpublication date Sat Jan 25, 2014 17:20Report this post to the editors

Maith déanta do gach duine a tháinig amach sa droch aimsir inniú. Well done to all who turned out today - a very successful protest - particularly given the weather. Particular mention needs to be given to the RNU, RSF, IRSP and Cumann Seáin Mhic Eachaidh. Good to see that Irish Republicans are to the fore when it comes to international Workers Revolution. Tiocfaidh ár lá. Pics to follow.

author by Maoistpublication date Sat Jan 25, 2014 18:45Report this post to the editors

Some pics from today's protest outside the Indian Embassy, Dublin, in support of the Maoist Prisoners of War.

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author by Tom Jamespublication date Sun Jan 26, 2014 03:09Report this post to the editors

Is the red cross/red crescent taking any interest in the Maoist POWs? Where is the war and how long has it been going on?

author by Maoistpublication date Wed Jan 29, 2014 18:09Report this post to the editors

Actually, the Red Cross and Medicine Sans Frontiers have been accused of assisting the Maoists, by treating wounded Volunteers. But, presumably they treat wounded Indian state forces just the same. The conflict is at it strongest along whats called the Red Corridor, which is nearly all of Eastern India. You can read more about the conflict here. Sorry for the source, but it seems to be a fairly accurate account:

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/aljazeeracorrespond....html

 
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