éirígí Doire and éirígí Béal Feirste respond to PFLP call for participation in ‘days of action’.

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In solidarity with our Palestinian Comrades and their call for participation in ‘days of action’ to free Palestinian political prisoners, éirígí Béal Feirste and éirígí Doire are organising support pickets in each city. Belfast will hold a Whiteline Picket on Sunday 19th October at 2.30pm, at the bottom of the Whiterock Road & Derry’s picket will assemble at Free Derry Corner on Monday

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Newry Palestine Support Group Protest at Sainsbury’s


Once again the Newry Palestine Support has taken to the streets to show solidarity and support to the people of Palestine. Over a dozen activists took part in Saturday’s protest outside the Sainsbury’s store in the centre of Newry. Complete with Palestine and PFLP flags the activists distributed hundreds of leaflets to Saturday shoppers. A banner which read Saoirse Don

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Sa’adat denied visits for 3 months by Zionist prison administration.


The following is an article from our Palestinian comrades in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine highlighting the injustices of the Zionist prison regime and in particular it’s campaign against Ahmad Sa’adat, the General Secretary of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. His scenario is one that we are all too familiar with in occupied Ireland with

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Acht na Gaeilge Anois!

Hugo Street, Falls Rd, Belfast

Nuair a síníodh Comhaontú Aoine an Chéasta (CAC) in 1998 shíl mórán ar fud na hÉireann go dtiocfadh athruithe dearfacha ina saol dá bharr. Tugadh ‘frithshíochánaithe’ nó Néandartálaigh srl. orthu siúd nár aontaigh leis nó a bhí go gníomhach ina éadan. Mhaígh go leor de Phoblachtaigh Éireannacha go gcuirfeadh CAC  aisling na Poblachta Sóisialaí ar cúl. Ba le leas rialtas

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Gangster Politicians Won’t Protect Your Health Service


On Monday (Sept 22) large numbers of sick and injured patients found themselves in the middle of the latest crisis to hit the Royal and Mater hospitals in Belfast. Accident and Emergency (A&E) staff struggled to cope as hundreds of people arrived into their departments seeking treatment. As a result patients were left lying in hospital beds on corridors for

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