On Saturday 14th May 2022 at 1.30pm, the IPSC will hold a ‘Moving Gallery’, where people will walk from St. Stephen’s Green (Grafton St entrance) around town, ultimately ending up at St. Patrick’s Park where we will join Amnesty’s ‘Picnic Against Apartheid‘. We will be carrying large photographs from Al Nakba and Palestinian flags, and a giant key symbolising the Palestinian right of return to their homeland denied them by the State of Israel for 74 years.
The event will take place to commemorate what Palestinians call Nakba Day which marks the 74th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba (‘Catastrophe’) which saw the expulsion of over 750,000 Palestinians, forcibly uprooted from their homeland in an act of ethnic cleansing that facilitated the foundation of the State of Israel.
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