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From the Newswire: An original first-hand report of a solidarity vigil that took place on Saturday 1st in Drimnagh to commemorate the deaths of two Polish men who were attacked and killed the previous Saturday.
It has been noted that this is just one of the most recent and most tragic examples of anti-Polish racism. Other commentators have pointed out such aggression is often directed towards anyone who is different and that it's not just nationality or difference in race that motivates such violence. All agree that such aggression should not be tolerated.
Despite the wind and rain, up to 1500 people took part in a vigil at the spot where Kalite and Szwajkos were attacked last Saturday, an assault which led to their deaths.
A large contingent of Poles resident in Dublin joined local people in tonight's vigil, which centred on a few moment's silence and a decade of the rosary.
The vigil was conducted by the local PP who introduced a colleague who worked with the Polish community in Dublin. The latter thanked the local people for their attendance and said a short prayer in Polish.