Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Forum: Palestinian Statehood – What does it mean? (Independent)
A broad-based initiative aimed at drawing together diverse groups, individuals and parties who hold a pro-Palestinian position.
A public forum on Palestinian Statehood that seeks to bring together people with particular knowledge and interest in Palestine, to pool and deepen that knowledge with a view to exploring the setting up of a Palestinian led think tank.
10am – 11.30am
Beyond recognition by some EU states:
What next for Palestine?
Speakers: Richard Boyd Barrett TD, Maureen O’Sullivan TD, and Lynn Boylan MEP
Chairperson: David Lynch, journalist and author of A Divided Paradise- An Irishman in the Holy Land
Jerusalem: One City, One state
Speakers: Dr. Ibrahim Natil, Palestinian Academic & John Rose, author of The Myths of Zionism and Israel the Hijack State
Chairperson: Claudia Saba, Independent academic in Palestinian affairs
Hosted by Dr. Ibrahim Natil, Palestinian Academic & Richard Boyd Barrett
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