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Galway will be addressed by a citizen of Gaza this afternoon as part of a Palestine solidarity event which takes place in Eyre Square. Meanwhile businesses in Kinvara have also started to boycott Israeli goods.
What is life like in Gaza following the devastation caused by the Israeli air and sea strikes in 2009? A new documentary to be shown on TG4, featuring Co Galway based social activist and sean-nós singer Treasa Ní Cheannabháin, will provide a harrowing insight.
There’s been quite a lot of coverage for Turkey on the media recently. They looked like winning the Eurovision for a while, before eventually finishing in second place behind Germany.
Surprise, surprise, we didn’t win Eurovision again. The only one who seemed to think we had a chance was Marty Whelan, who kept blabbering on about how unfair the whole thing was to our little country, battling against the odds out on the edge of Europe. Let’s face it, Enda McEvoy has a better chance of getting a free weekend pass from the Cats Laugh Festival organisers than Niamh Kavanagh had of winning the competition.
The strikes at the passport offices have resulted in much anger and disruption, but those eager to get travel documents were helped greatly by the Israeli secret service, Mossad, on Shop Street yesterday afternoon.
I avoided doing it for almost 23 years. Most of my male friends did it and I wouldn’t be surprised if a few females were doing it as well.
Israel must respect the basic human rights of Palestinians and cease “the disproportionate and savage use of superior military attacks from land, sea, and air” on the people of Gaza.