Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني

Ethnic Cleansing

WATCH: Nakba Day Message from the IPSC

Today is Nakba Day, which marks the 72nd anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba (‘Catastrophe’) which saw the expulsion of over 750,000 people, two-thirds of the indigenous people of Palestine, forcibly uprooted from their homeland in a brutal act of ethnic cleansing that facilitated the foundation of the Apartheid State of Israel. Today, Palestinian refugees are trapped in an ongoing Nakba, many of them risking their lives crossing the Mediterranean to flee conditions in Syria, facing endemic poverty and discrimination in Lebanon, discriminated against as unrecognised internally displaced placed people inside the Apartheid State of Israel, subject to attacks by Israeli … Continue reading

Nakba Week: Diana Buttu Live & Post Your #KeyToJustice Selfies!

It’s Nakba Week, when Palestinians and their supporters around the world commemorate Al Nakba (The Catastrophe) – the 1947-49 ethnic cleansing and dispossession of over 750,000 indigenous Palestinians by Zionist paramilitaries to facilitate the creation of the Apartheid State of Israel. As we cannot bring our message of remembrance, hope and solidarity to the streets this year, we are organising several online activities that supporters can get involved with this week. 1. Livestream Public Meeting with Diana Buttu Firstly, this WEDNESDAY 13th MAY at 6.30pm we are honoured to host an online public meeting with Palestinian legal expert and political … Continue reading

IPSC Statement: On Land Day Palestine stands on the brink of unimaginable tragedy

Dear members and supporters of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC), we hope that you and your loved ones are doing as well as you can be in these very difficult and uncertain times, we are thinking of you and send our best wishes to you all. Today we commemorate Palestinian Land Day, which marks the date in 1976 when Palestinian citizens of Israel were gunned down, six of them murdered, while protesting for their rights – and also marks the second anniversary of the Great March of Return in Gaza. Sadly, four decades later those rights are still to be … Continue reading

Trump and Netanyahu’s ‘Steal of the Century’ means action is urgently needed to secure Palestinian rights

The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity (IPSC) campaign stands with the millions of Palestinians all over the world who have condemned and rejected the Trump Administration’s so-called ‘Deal of the Century’, which yesterday was unveiled in full. IPSC Chairperson Fatin Al Tamimi, herself a Palestinian, said: “This is not a deal, this is a re-partitioning of Palestine accompanied by a list of unacceptable demands placed upon the Palestinian people insisting upon our total surrender; namely the renunciation of our human, national, democratic, territorial and economic rights – not least the right of return for millions of refugees, the right to self-determination in our … Continue reading

Let’s make Palestine an election issue: #PalestinePledges for #GE2020

The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign is asking our members and supporters to make justice for the Palestinian people an issue in the 2020 Irish General Election. We have produced a short handout with three important issues to raise with canvassers on the doorsteps, or to contact candidates about, and have initiated a campaign asking the candidates to take our three #PalestinePledges in support of the Palestinian people’s struggle for freedom, justice and equality. The handout contains questions and important information related to • Support for a ban on trade with Israel’s illegal colonial settlements in Palestine • Support for an end … Continue reading

Reject Trump’s ‘Steal of the Century’: Join our emergency actions

The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity (IPSC) campaign stands with the millions of Palestinians all over the world who have condemned and rejected the Trump Administration’s so-called ‘Deal of the Century’, which this week was unveiled in full. We ask you to join one of our emergency actions this Friday and Saturday Friday – Belfast, 2pm, US Consulate General’s Residence, Shaw’s Bridge Saturday – Dublin, 2pm, The GPO, O’Connell St, D1 Saturday – Ennis, 1.30pm, The Height, O’Connell Square Saturday – Limerick, 3pm, Bottom of Thomas Street This is not a deal, this is a re-partitioning of Palestine accompanied by a list of … Continue reading

Palestine Podcast #35: Gideon Levy on ‘From the Two-State Solution to the One-State Solution’

The Palestine Podcast showcases a selection of lectures, talks and interviews featuring leading experts and social justice activists active on the Palestine-Israel issue. Brought to you by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign. Click here to view all podcasts. ===== PP#35 – Gideon Levy on ‘From the Two-State Solution to the One-State Solution’ [2019-11-21] – (Download here) INFO: On Thursday 21st November 2019, acclaimed anti-Zionist Israeli journalist Gideon Levy spoke in Trinity College Dublin. The subject of this talk was the prospects and practicalities of the two-state and one-state models for ending colonialism and apartheid in the Palestine-Israel region. The talk also … Continue reading

Celebrate Palestinian Culture & Solidarity This November!

Every year the 29th November is celebrated as UN International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. This year, in the week leading up to it, the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign has organised a series of events focusing on traditional Palestinian culture and it’s role in resisting apartheid, occupation, and exile. We hope you will be able to make it along to some of all of these special events: At lunchtime on Tuesday 26th November we are hosting an exhibition and workshop focusing on the art of Palestinian embroidery, featuring an expert embroider from Gaza. It will take place in The … Continue reading

Watch: IPSC at Dublin’s Alternative Pride 2019

On Saturday 29th June 2019 the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) participated in the first ‘Pride Alternative’ event in Dublin. The event was established in protest at the increasing corporatisation of the Dublin Pride parade, and the associated pinkwashing of deeply problematic companies and institutions. IPSC Chairperson Fatin Al Tamimi delivered a speech at the rally about the reasons the IPSC was supporting the event, and about Israel’s cynical use of pinkwashing to mask it’s oppression of the Palestinian people. Below is a video and the text of that speech. In solidarity with our friends in Queer Action Ireland, who have … Continue reading

Watch: Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign at the #StopTrump protest in Dublin

Fatin Al Tamimi, Chairperson of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) spoke at the #StopTrump demonstration in Dublin on 6th June 2019. You can watch the video here, or read the full text below. A contingent of people from the IPSC also took part in the protest march, and there are some pictures of the demo following the speech. Speech by Fatin Al Tamimi, 6th June 2019: In my life I wear many hats – I am a woman, an immigrant, an exile, an Arab, a Muslim, an anti-war and anti-apartheid activist, a mother, and I am a Palestinian. These are some … Continue reading

Stand up to Trump: Join the protests against Donald Trump’s visit!

With US President Donald Trump set to visit Ireland and be feted by our government next week, there will be protests around the country against this warmonger and viciously anti-Palestinian racist. The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) encourages all our members and supporters to attend these protests to let Trump and our government know that bigoted, misogynistic warmongers are not welcome on our shores.  In particular we ask supporters based in or near Dublin to join the Palestine bloc on the Dublin protest on Thursday 6th June, and those based near Shannon to join the ongoing protest there. The Trump-Netanyahu Axis … Continue reading

Boycott HP: Irish events in the Global Week of Action

Between 13th and 20th July branches of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign around the country will be taking part in the Boycott HP global week of action, calling on HP to end its profiteering from Apartheid Israel’s colonial occupation and oppression of the Palestinian people. We will be on the streets asking people to boycott Hewlett Packard (HP) and highlighting their complicity and facilitation of Israel’s crimes against the people of Palestine. We will also collect signatures on our ‘Boycott HP Pledge’. We’ll be hitting the streets in the following locations: Saturday 13th July Dublin: 12.30pm – 4pm, Henry St, Dublin … Continue reading

#DeactivateAirbnb: Join to campaign the deactivate Airbnb accounts on Nakba Day, 15th May

Airbnb just did the worst thing. After announcing they’d ban vacation rentals in illegal Israeli settlements from their platform, Airbnb did a complete reversal and will continue to allow rental suites on the ruins of Palestinian lives and land. This is Palestinian land that Palestinians are not allowed to enter, but Airbnb has decided they’re ok helping everyone else going to this stolen land for their vacations. This is a despicable decision, and we’re going to show them what we think of this with a Deactivate Airbnb day of action. We’ll take action on May 15th, Nakba Day – a day … Continue reading

Eurovision: The Questions RTÉ Refuse to Answer

Last month, as news began to emerge of how the Israeli state was planning to politicise and militarise the Eurovision Song Contest, the Irish Campaign to Boycott Eurovision 2019 in Apartheid Israel wrote to RTÉ, Ireland’s national broadcaster, with a series of questions regarding how these manoeuvres were going to be dealt with. Almost a month later, and despite following up, RTÉ have refused to respond. What steps are RTÉ taking to ensure that the Irish act chosen for this year will not perform for soldiers from the Israeli military? It should be absolutely unthinkable that the national Irish broadcaster … Continue reading

Watch: Palestinian Freedom Conference – Overcoming the Ongoing Nakba (Dublin, May 2018)

On 12th and 23th May 2018, to mark the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba, the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Trade Union Friends of Palestine and BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights were honoured to host an inspiring and action-focused weekend of talks from important voices in the Palestinian struggle for Freedom, Justice and Equality. Speakers over the course of two days included Omar Barghouti, Haneen Zoabi, Ali Abunimah, John Reynolds, Sahar Francis, Lubnah Shomali, Shir Hever, Mona El Farra, Jamal Juma’, Eitan Bronstein Aparicio, Fatin Al Tamimi and Eamon McMahon. Now we are pleased to present the … Continue reading

← Older posts Newer posts →