Protest for Palestine: End Gaza Genocide – Stop Arming Israel – No Weapons Thru Ireland
On Saturday 2nd December we are going back to the streets of Dublin to demand a real end to Apartheid Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza – not merely a temporary ‘pause’ before a resumption of Israel’s brutal attacks on the Palestinian people.
We are assembling at 1pm at the Dublin’s Garden of Remembrance on Parnell Square, and marching to the Dáil.
Global outrage and solidarity with Palestine were decisive in forcing the US-Israel genocidal axis to accept this temporary suspension of Israeli hostilities. We need to keep pressure on for a complete ceasefire and lifting of Israel’s slow-genocide siege.
We also want to highlight the role the international arms trade – including Ireland’s arms trade – plays in arming Apartheid Israel’s genocidal war machine. We are calling, too, on the Irish government act to ensure that no weapons going through Irish airspace are going to Apartheid Israel.
Please join us this Saturday to once again stand, march and shout in solidarity with the Palestinian people’s struggle for freedom, justice and equality.
Organised by the Dublin branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign