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National - Event Notice
Saturday August 09 2014
01:00 PM

Freedom and Justice for Palestine: National Demonstration - Sat Aug 9th @ 1pm

category national | anti-war | event notice author Thursday August 07, 2014 00:06author by ipsc Report this post to the editors

NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION - “It is time for freedom and justice for Palestine"

NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION - “It is time for freedom and justice for Palestine"

The IPSC has put out a call to make the 5th protest for Gaza to take place on a Saturday in Dublin a national demonstration. Details are below.

As the death toll in Israel’s latest onslaught on Gaza surpasses 1,800, actions have been called around Ireland taking place this week and next. It’s important that as many people as possible turn out to show their solidarity with the Palestinians people under attack, their opposition to this latest round of brutal attacks on Gaza, and their anger at political inaction and media misreporting of the issue.

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Saturday at 14:00–16:00
The Spire, O'Connell Street, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 1


The past month has seen protests for Gaza taking place in countless towns and cities around Ireland. Thousands upon thousands of people have come out onto the street to call for an end to ongoing Israeli injustices against the Palestinian people.

We believe it is time for us all to get together, so the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign is calling for a NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION in Dublin on Saturday 9th August, assembling at 2pm at The Spire, O’Connell Street. From there we will be marching to the Israeli Embassy.

Please bring friends, flags, banners, noise. We would ask that you do not bring party-political flags (Irish, Palestinian or others).
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If you are one of the organisers of the numerous protests that have taken place around the country, we would ask you to try to mobilise people to come to Dublin and take to the streets of the capital to voice our outrage and to make a simple call – “It is time for freedom and justice for Palestine”. What has been happening in Gaza is just the latest in a long line of injustices perpetrated against the people of Palestine since at least 1947. If you are organising buses or other transport, please let us know and we will publicise it.

With 700,000+ Palestinians ethnically cleansed from their homes to facilitate the creation of the Zionist state of Israel in 1948, the brutal military occupation of the remainder of their lands from 1967, the implementation of a vicious Apartheid system that denies rights to Palestinians both in the occupied territories and within Israel, regular large scale massacres like the one we are witnessing in Gaza today, and millions of refugees denied their Right of Return, the Palestinian people have remained steadfast in their resistance and their search of freedom, justice, equality and a lasting peace.

Join us this Saturday to say “Enough! Khalas! Freedom and Justice For Palestine!”

Organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

Supporting Organsiations: Gaza Action Ireland, TEEU (The Power Union), Academics for Palestine, Irish Anti-War Movement, Sadaka – The Ireland Palestine Alliance, Peace and Neutrality Alliance, NUIG Palestine Solidarity Society.

Related Link: http://www.wsm.ie/c/freedom-and-justice-palestine-natio...ation
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