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Louth - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Stop the war on Lebanon & Palestine: National demo in Dundalk Sat 12th

category louth | miscellaneous | event notice author Thursday August 03, 2006 22:46author by IPSC - IPSCauthor email supportpalestine at ireland dot com Report this post to the editors

Stop Israel's wars on Palestine & Lebanon

Join the national demonstration at Dermot Ahern's Dundalk office on Saturday 12 August.

Demonstration jointly organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign and the Irish Anti-War Movement.

Join the national demonstration at Dermot Ahern's Dundalk office on Saturday 12 August.

Demonstration jointly organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign and the Irish Anti-War Movement.
Stop the war on Lebanon & Palestine

Demand action from Foreign Minister, Dermot Ahern

National Demonstration Sat 12th August
Dundalk (constituency of Dermot Ahern, Minister for Foreign Affairs)

Join the IPSC in Dundalk to demand the government impose sanctions on Israel

Saturday 12th August

1.30pm at the DIT (Dublin Road) and then march into the town centre for a rally at 2pm at Maid of Erin statue (beside the Courthouse), The Square, Dundalk.

Buses from Dublin. Call 087 748 5888 to book your place. Buses will cost €10 for return trip and should be back in Dublin by 6pm. Bus will leave central Dublin at 12.

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

Related Link: http://www.ipsc.ie
author by IPSC - IPSCpublication date Sat Aug 05, 2006 20:54author email supportpalestine at ireland dot comauthor address Apt 5, 64 Dame St, D2author phone 6770253Report this post to the editors

Bus bookings and the demo

People may have seen tv footage of the big demonstation in London today against Israeli war crimes. Protestors carried children's shoes, some splattered with red paint to illustrate the people on the receiving end of Israel's 'precision' bombing.

If you have old kids shoes or clothes please bring them along and we can use them at the demo.

If you don't book soon and miss the IPSC bus another option is to take the normal bus.

There is also a Bus Eireann bus leaving Gate 16 from Bus Aras at 12.00 on Saturday which gets into Dundalk at 13.35. Walk through the Clanbrassil St Mall (Shopping Centre, entrance at bus station) and come out on the other side on Clanbrassil St. Turn right and walk to the junction. You should see the demo on the left by the courthouse.

There is a special Bus Eireann promotion now where a single journey is €5 so get 2 single instead of a day return which is €18. There may also be private companies which are probably non-unionised.

Best option is take the IPSC bus. Book by mid-week to make sure you get a seat.

Related Link: http://www.ipsc.ie
author by K.1publication date Sun Aug 06, 2006 15:57author address author phone Report this post to the editors

protest against both the state terrorists(israel) and the religious terrorists( hizbollah?)

while Israel is doing far MORE damage and killing more people, remember..murder is still murder.

both sides have blood on their hands, we must protest against both!


we are not anti-israeli.we are not anti-muslim.We are for a world, for the people surely?

author by raymond deane - ipscpublication date Mon Aug 07, 2006 20:41author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Regarding K1's well-intentioned contribution: of course no secular democrat feels much sympathy for the ideology of movements claiming allegiance to some particular religion. However, saying that one should oppose both Zionist colonialism and "religious terrorism" lets the oppressor off the hook, whatever about the accuracy or otherwise of the words I've put in quotation marks.

The secular resistance has been destroyed throughout the Arab and Islamic world, leaving only Islamists with the motivation and integrity to resist both Zionism and, eventually one hopes, Arab totalitarianism - which is maintained by the west (a) in order to preserve oil interests, and (b) in order to provide a buffer for Israel.

To say one should oppose Israeli state terror and "religious terrorism", therefore, is in practice to say that one should oppose oppression and the resistance to oppression. Not a very useful posture.

Related Link: http://www.ipsc.ie
author by Barry - 32csmpublication date Sun Sep 03, 2006 13:45author address author phone Report this post to the editors

If Lebanese Christians and Bishops can support them as a legitimate national resistance movement then some picky people have too much time on their hands looking for reasons to condemn them. The secular PLO turned into a corrupt laughing stock and even collaborated with the zionists in attempts to overthrow the elected PA Hamas govt . Hizballah on the other hand have won worldwide applause and respect as the only Arab force to defeat "Israel" in the field twice in the last 6 years . They are the ONLY thing standing in the way of zionist occupation of even more ARab land . Indeed they seem to be the only hope and inspiraton for the entire region .

author by avi15publication date Wed Sep 20, 2006 16:12author address author phone Report this post to the editors

So now we have it in black and white: the 'progressive' Irish left supports the Islamofascists of Hezbollah. Anti-fascism now means fascism. This is Orwell 1984-speak come to life. What a nightmare.

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