Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني

Israeli Embassy

Emergency Protests for Gaza in Ireland

A number of Emergency Demonstrations are taking place around Ireland in response to the latest Israeli assault on Gaza, codenamed ‘Operation Pillar of Cloud’. PREVIOUS EVENTS SATURDAY 24th NOV Cork – 1pm @ Daunt Square, Cork city (BDS Action) Belfast – 12pm @ The Art School, York St, Belfast city (March to City Hall) Dublin – 2.30pm @ Grafton St, Dublin 2 (Diamonds to Dust in Disgust action) Derry – 2pm @ Waterloo place, Derry city (March) FRIDAY 23rd NOV Galway – 2pm @ Westside Community Centre, Seamus Quirke Road (March to Eyre Sq) THURSDAY 22nd NOV Dublin – 5pm … Continue reading

Report: IPSC hold ‘Postcards for Palestine’ action at Israeli Embassy sponsored ‘Open House’ event

On a dark, cold and dreary evening in Dublin, members and supporters of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) injected a little bit of lively colour into the twilight with a ‘Postcards for Palestine’ event. The event was organised at short notice to counteract an Israeli Embassy sponsored exhibition being launched in Dublin Civic Trust on Castle Street on Thursday 4th October inviting Dubliners to send postcards to Tel Aviv. The Israeli state sponsored event, shamefully held under the auspices of the Open House architectural festival, is the latest in a line of cultural propaganda events the state has recently staged … Continue reading

Israeli Deputy Ambassador/Culture Officer in Dublin advocates intimidation and smearing human rights activists; suggests humiliating them by associating them with Mossad and ‘sexual identity problems’

In an exposé by Israel’s Channel 10 News, it has been revealed that Israel’s Deputy Ambassador to Ireland, Nurit Tinari-Modai, advocates a campaign of intimidation, smears and falsification against Israeli human rights activists who campaign in solidarity with Palestinians, and suggests that “sexual identity problems” lie behind such activism. Ms. Tinari-Modai, who is also the Culture Officer of the Israeli Embassy in Ireland and wife of the current Ambassador Boaz Modai, made the proposals in a diplomatic communiqué sent to the Israeli Foreign Ministry. According to the Channel 10 report, translated into English by Dena Shunra, Ms. Modai advocates working … Continue reading

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