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saoirse

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Pádraic Mac Coitir of Lasair Dhearg speaking in recent days regarding the arrest and detention of a young Palestinian. Featured behind him is a mural highlighting local women and their struggle for freedom, including, as he mentions, young Julie Livingstone from Lenadoon.



I remember well the early days of 1969 and like many others I never imagined the struggle to last as long as it is- without success so far.
Boys and girls were killed and indeed the first person I saw being shot dead was Desy Healy who was killed by a British soldier while throwing a sauce bottle during a riot on the day the Brits brought in Internment in August 71.
During that particular period of Internment some schoolboys, the youngest being 15, were interned.
We are seeing this on a daily basis in Palestine and the most famous of those imprisoned is Ahed Tamini who's just 15. Ahed has seen a lot in her short life with relatives being killed, wounded and imprisoned. The zionist regime totally ignore the criticism being levelled at them so it's important we add our voices to the injustice being levelled against the Palestinian people.

 

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Hear Hear, the UN sit back and do nor say nothing. The Israeli nation appears to do what they like without impunity