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Zionism : The rotten beam in the blind eye of a pitiless world?

category galway | rights, freedoms and repression | news report author Sunday September 02, 2007 17:14author by TD - Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign Report this post to the editors

Smoking kills your body. Zionism kills your conscience

With fresh wind and impetus in its sails, the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign has redoubled its efforts to mount an effective boycott of rogue state, Israel, and its goods, as such, Yesterday, Galway IPSC did its longest info stall to date outside Lynch's castle in Shop st; nine-and a -half-hours.
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The text of our info leaflet is as follows :

WHY A BOYCOTT?
In the 1980s an international boycott campaign played a significant role in the defeat of the Apartheid regime in South Africa. Today,Palestinians face routine egregious human rights abuses, discrimination and segregation at the hands of the Israeli state and its military. Taxes and revenue from Israeli produce sold abroad contribute to the perpetuation of this oppression.

The International Boycott Campaign - supported
by Palestinian groups, trade unions, NGOs and progressive Israelis - can help bring an end to this Apartheid and force Israel to comply with
International Law and UN resolutions.

WHAT CAN YOU BOYCOTT?
On the left are the logos (Carmel Agrexco, Jaffa, Tivall, Ahava,Outstanding Solutions, Keter) of some of the most common Israeli goods sold in Ireland - these goods are usually sold in big chainstores such as Dunnes, Tesco, M&S, Supervalu, Atlantic Homecare, Argos, B&Q, Woodies etc. In addition, organic and new potatoes are often of Israeli origin, as are almost all fresh herbs and
most diamonds. This list is not exhaustive, so always be on the lookout for ‘Product of Israel’ labels and the Israeli barcode, which usually
starts with 729. Exercise your rights as a consumer; complain to managers about the continued presence of Israeli goods on Irish shelves.

Fyffes: Import and distribute Israeli fruit in Ireland.

CRH: Involved in the building of the Apartheid Wall, which is illegal under international law.

Veolia: Building the illegal ‘Israeli settler-only’ tram system in the Occupied Territories.

Related Link: http://www.ipsc.ie

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 #   Title   Author   Date 
   3 ...     TD    Sun Sep 02, 2007 17:17 
   Galway anti-Zionism stall     Raymond Deane    Sun Sep 02, 2007 19:45 
   Two sides to every coin     Michael Martin    Mon Sep 03, 2007 22:42 
   .....................................     Nodin    Tue Sep 04, 2007 11:31 
   Opposing oppression     Cael    Wed Sep 05, 2007 02:41 
   irish hypocrites     long live israel    Wed Sep 05, 2007 08:12 
   ..........................................     Nodin    Wed Sep 05, 2007 09:43 
   you missed your chance to properly dish there Noddin.     ribbid    Wed Sep 05, 2007 09:50 
   Blind eyes without Nelsonian acheivement     Frank Adam    Wed Sep 05, 2007 11:21 
 10   reply to Frank Adams     apalled    Wed Sep 05, 2007 12:40 
 11   Frank......     Nodin    Wed Sep 05, 2007 14:00 
 12   muslims kill more muslims than christians,jews,hindus etc etc     long live israel    Wed Sep 05, 2007 20:31 
 13   ............................     Nodin    Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:04 
 14   Play the ball not the man!     Frank Adam    Thu Sep 06, 2007 16:36 
 15   ............................     Nodin    Thu Sep 06, 2007 19:51 
 16   Exception to rule - or bias ?     JohnHM    Thu Sep 06, 2007 23:04 
 17   .................................     Nodin    Fri Sep 07, 2007 08:48 
 18   A good description of the photos.     Lobeydoser    Sun Sep 09, 2007 22:49 
 19   whats goin on ?!     me from down here, germany    Mon Sep 10, 2007 15:16 
 20   ........     Nodin    Mon Sep 10, 2007 18:50 


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