Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني

[Dublin] #UNinvestigateApartheid – Lunchtime Protest at the Dáil!

As the 77th United Nations General Assembly meets, the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign and Amnesty International Ireland invite you to take part in the Global Day of Action calling for the UN to investigate, and act to end, Israel’s apartheid regime imposed upon the Palestine people.

Join on Monday 19th September at 1pm outside Leinster House, to let the government know that we recognise apartheid, and they should too! Ireland should be to the forefront of the UNGA calling for action to investigate and end apartheid!


For decades, Palestinians have been demanding the implementation of UN resolutions that guarantee their inalienable rights and pave the way towards true justice and peace in Palestine. The failure by the international community to enforce relevant UN resolutions based on international law is a crucial factor in the entrenchment of Israel’s decades-old regime of apartheid and military occupation, and all the death and suffering, violence, fragmentation and ethnic cleansing it inflicts on the indigenous Palestinian people.

For decades, the Palestinian people has been calling for the recognition and dismantling of this Israeli apartheid through UN mechanisms, such as lawful and targeted sanctions, as was done in the case of apartheid South Africa.

To date, 12 states, from Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe, have addressed or otherwise condemned Israel’s apartheid and called for effective measures to dismantle it at the UN Human Rights Council. This is mirrored by a consensus, supported by hard facts and legal analysis, among Palestinian, Israeli, and International human rights organizations, UN experts as well former Presidents, MPs and leading cultural and political figures in the global south. It is high time that Israel’s apartheid regime is now taken up by the UN General Assembly during its 77th session.

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