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Solidarity with Libya 21st Feb in Dublin

category international | rights, freedoms and repression | news report author Wednesday February 23, 2011 14:44author by Trade Union TVauthor email tradeuniontv at gmail dot comauthor phone 0876101340 Report this post to the editors

As the people of Libya rise up against the brutal Gaddaffi regime members of the Libyan community in Dublin have been holding protests in solidarity.

On Monday February 21st supporters marched from the EU offices om Molesworth Street to the Department of Foreign affairs where a letter demanding action from the Irish government was handed in. Protestors continued on to the Dail where impassioned pleas for help, solidarity and an end to the murderous attack on civilians was called for. Irish, Arab, Libyan all united as one for peace.

There was a live phone call from Libya describing the events on the ground, in arabic. Some of the debate can be seen here on Trade Union TV.

Related Link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Trade-Union-TV/359159453157?ref=ts

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