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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday June 19 2014
06:30 PM

Rally: No to Racism. Who Lives Here Belongs Here

category dublin | rights and freedoms | event notice author Thursday June 19, 2014 10:42author by 1 of Indymedia Report this post to the editors

We are calling on all anti-racist individuals and groups to join the rally against racist attack in Rathfarnham and show solidarity with the victim.

This is a very serious attack and nobody should be living in fear or worse, having to leave the country because of such racism. We can't allow such racist attacks to force people out of their homes, neighborhoods and Ireland.

Please join the rally and condemn racism.

Bring placards, flags, banners...

Rathfarnham Village, (Car Park) Thursday, 19 June 18:30

Rathfarnam Against Racism - Rally

Please invite your contacts.

As the press reported, "A FOREIGN taxi driver is planning to leave the country after a terrifying and racially motivated petrol bomb attack on his home.

Happy Agamah (63), who is a German citizen, was asleep in his ground floor apartment home in Rathfarnham, south Dublin, when thugs set fire to a fuel-soaked mattress and smashed his bedroom window. A shed outside his window caught fire and was destroyed in the blaze.

He said he is lucky to be alive after the attack and is now planning to return to Germany, where he grew up and spent 47 years of his life and worked as an engineer."

For further reporting and background on the story, see:
http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/they-banged-o....html

http://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/dublin-taxi-driver-b....html

Called by Rathfarnham Anti-Racism Activists, People Before Profit

Supported by (list will be further updated as we get confirmations)

Unite the Union, Ireland
www.unitetheunion.org

SIPTU
www.siptu.ie

The ENAR Ireland Network
http://enarireland.org/

Immigrant Council of Ireland
www.immigrantcouncil.ie

Roma Integration Association Ireland
www.romaintegrationassociation.org

Anti-Deportation Ireland

Turkish Irish Association

ROI Against Racism

Cllr Nicky Coules, People Before Profit
Cllr Sarah Holland, Sinn Fein
Cllr Karl Gill, People Before Profit
Cllr Brid Smith, People Before Profit

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