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350 March in Cork against War in the Middle East.

category cork | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Saturday August 12, 2006 23:09author by Hilary Quinn Report this post to the editors

350 people took to the streets in Cork on Saturday in a solidarity march with
the national demonstration in Dundalk called by the Irish Palestine Solidarity
Campaign and the Irish Anti War Movement..
The local march was organised by the IPSC, Cork Alliance Against War - The Cork
affiliate of the Irish Anti War Movement, and Anti War Ireland.
Local TD's Kathleen Lynch (Labour) Dan Boyle (Green Party)and Councillor Mick
Barry (Socialist Party) spoke to the crowd, with Jim Bowen from the IPSC, Pat
O'Sullivan (Cork Alliance Against War), and John Jeffreys (Anti War Ireland)

Anti War March Cork
Anti War March Cork

The rally was closed by Driz from the Cork Muslim community who was full of
praise for the march organisers.
The march had an great atmosphere, and was an excellent starting point for a
busy period of activity, as the horrific wars on Lebanon, Iraq and Gaza show
no sign of ending.
The mood was best summed by Pat O'Sullivan of Cork Alliance Against War pointed
out, "there may be one military superpower in the world, but we have our People
Power, and its about time that we used it!"

Anti War March Cork
Anti War March Cork

Anti War March Cork
Anti War March Cork

Anti War March Cork
Anti War March Cork

Anti War March Cork
Anti War March Cork

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   Additional Photos     Hilary Quinn    Sat Aug 12, 2006 23:11 
   Additional Photos     Hilary Quinn    Sat Aug 12, 2006 23:13 
   Additional Photos     Hilary    Sat Aug 12, 2006 23:30 
   Goods     Anti War Man    Sat Aug 12, 2006 23:43 
   Photos     Hilary Quinn    Sun Aug 13, 2006 00:12 
   to the best of my knowledge     Socialist    Sun Aug 13, 2006 01:11 
   extreme left movements attack free trade?     Coilín ÓhAiseadha    Sun Aug 13, 2006 02:17 
   Excuse me?     marcher    Sun Aug 13, 2006 14:11 
   Dundalk?     numbers dude    Sun Aug 13, 2006 14:30 
 10   Dundalk numbers     MichaelY    Sun Aug 13, 2006 14:34 
 11   Response     Hilary Quinn    Sun Aug 13, 2006 14:44 
 12   man with placard     corkonian    Sun Aug 13, 2006 15:16 
 13   Why Demos and Action Must Continue     Dave    Sun Aug 13, 2006 17:21 
 14   nice one     indy reader    Sun Aug 13, 2006 19:00 
 15   Thanks     Hilary Quinn    Sun Aug 13, 2006 19:18 
 16   Very good photographs     Fintan Lane    Sun Aug 13, 2006 21:55 
 17   Dave     Cork AWI    Sun Aug 13, 2006 22:31 
 18   :)     Hilary    Sun Aug 13, 2006 22:53 
 19   CAAW     Ex-CAWC    Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:40 
 20   the truth     tis    Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:47 
 21   mmm...     dot    Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:52 
 22   Stop the War Party     observer    Mon Aug 14, 2006 14:47 
 23   Withdraw     observer    Mon Aug 14, 2006 14:48 


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