Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Day of Action: Boycott Puma – Sponsor of Apartheid Israel (IPSC)
Answering the Palestinian call for a global day of action, the Dublin IPSC will be holding a protest at 12pm in outside the Ilac Centre in Henry Street calling for a boycott of Puma due to their continued sponsorship of the Football Association of Apartheid Israel. The Israeli FA allows teams based in Israel’s colonial settlements in occupied Palestine to be members, despite the illegality of these settlements. Puma claims to care about human rights, but its actions prove that it doesn’t. We need to send a message to Puma that their enabling of Israeli apartheid and colonialism comes with a cost – boycott Puma!
Join us between 12pm and 4pm outside the Ilac Centre in Henry Street, Dublin 1.
Organised by the Dublin branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
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