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Ceisteanna - Questions (Resumed): Cabinet Committee Meetings (25 Apr 2018) See 3 other results from this debate

Richard Boyd Barrett: ----- citizens being thrown out of Israel.

Seanad: Order of Business (24 Apr 2018)

Marie Louise O'Donnell: ...where we begin with the heartbeat of music. We have to argue it at that level. If one looks at countries that have taken music and made it come alive for the gangs of Venezuela or for the political impasses of Israel and Palestine, that is the power of music. That is what I call for today. I know the Minister to be a very fine Minister who does not argue on the grounds of whether she...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Freedom of Speech (19 Apr 2018)

Simon Coveney: ...Tribunal will make a decision on this matter. I am aware that concerns have been raised about elements of the legislation, and that a high-level dialogue on historical issues is in place between Poland and Israel. I hope that Poland and Israel can reach agreement on this matter through their ongoing dialogue.

Ceisteanna - Questions (Resumed): Cabinet Committee Meetings (18 Apr 2018)

Leo Varadkar: ...gives Russia and other countries veto powers, means the UN is largely paralysed in the context of acting in Syria, and that is a real difficulty. I assure Deputies that we regularly challenge the Israeli Government and its diplomats about the occupation of Palestinian territories. The difference between what happened as regards the protests in Israel and Palestine and what happened in...

Topical Issue Debate: Syrian Conflict (17 Apr 2018) See 2 other results from this debate

Richard Boyd Barrett: ...to the behaviour of the big powers who dominate and who are currently paralysing the UN Security Council. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. People like Macron, May or Trump, with Israel cheering them on, said we must uphold international law and the prohibition on chemical weapons. Despite this, although the Tánaiste and I know that those same powers have used...

Ceisteanna - Questions: Taoiseach's Meetings and Engagements (17 Apr 2018)

Richard Boyd Barrett: Germany is the most powerful state in the European Union and probably the biggest supporter in Europe of the state of Israel. Does the Taoiseach ever raise questions with it about its policy of providing pretty much uncritical support for Israel, particularly given what has happened? Before the Easter break, I warned the Taoiseach in this House that innocent, unarmed protestors would be...

Seanad: Commencement Matters: Middle East Issues (17 Apr 2018) See 3 other results from this debate

Paul Gavan: ...service that refuses to this day to release information on the Dublin and Monaghan bombings. Three days after the Government took that decision, 750 innocent Palestinian protesters were wounded by Israeli soldiers at a peaceful planned march in Gaza and 15 civilians were murdered that day. Over the two weeks which followed, the death toll reached 31 civilians, with more than 1,000...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Human Rights Cases (17 Apr 2018)

Simon Coveney: ...since 2007 and its mandate has since expired. I regret that it has not been possible to hold long overdue elections. I note that there are currently twelve members of the PLC currently held in Israeli jails with nine of these in administrative detention. The continued use of administrative detention by Israel against Palestinian activists is a matter of concern. The subjects of...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Foreign Conflicts (17 Apr 2018) See 4 other results from this answer

Clare Daly: 179. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the diplomatic steps he has taken against Israel in order to express the Irish population's outrage at the slaughter of civilians in Gaza and its ongoing consistent and flagrant breaches of international law. [15587/18]

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Foreign Conflicts (17 Apr 2018)

Simon Coveney: ...and justice issues affecting Palestinians under occupation, including settlement activity, which are progressively endangering the prospects of such a peace agreement. During my working visit to Israel and Palestine in January, on which I have reported to the House, I met with both President Abbas and Prime Minister Netanyahu, as well as other representatives of the Government of Israel...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Human Rights (17 Apr 2018)

Simon Coveney: ...to this case and to issues affecting children under the military justice system in the Occupied Territory. As I said then, Palestinian children are clearly subject to widespread treatment which Israel would – correctly – consider to be unacceptable for its own children. The video footage only reinforces the concerns about this case which I expressed in my earlier replies on...

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Passport Applications Data (17 Apr 2018)

Simon Coveney: ... FRANCE 721 GEORGIA 3 GERMANY 737 GHANA 2 GIBRALTAR 10 GREECE 37 GUERNSEY 24 HONDURAS 3 HONG KONG 81 HUNGARY 25 ICELAND 3 INDIA 40 INDONESIA 12 IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF 1 ISLE OF MAN 62 ISRAEL 43 ITALY 221 JAMAICA 1 JAPAN 77 JORDAN 13 KENYA 27 KOSOVO 2 KUWAIT 5 LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 2 LATVIA 5 LEBANON 6 LIBYA 2 LUXEMBOURG 124 MACAU SAR 3 MALAWI 4...

Industrial Development (Amendment) Bill 2018: Second Stage (28 Mar 2018)

Clare Daly: .... While I might not agree with this, I can see a certain logic in it but forcibly expropriating land for the benefit of a private multinational is rare. No other country in the world, with the exception of Israel, does this. In that case, it is more a compulsory bulldozing than a compulsory purchase of land owned by citizens in a sovereign State. Interestingly, up to 2010, Intel's only...

Service by the Defence Forces with the United Nations in 2016: Motion (Resumed) (28 Mar 2018) See 1 other result from this debate

Mick Wallace: ...at pains to point out is an observer rather than a peacekeeping mission. The rationale behind the original UNDOF deployment to the Golan Heights in 1974 was to maintain the ceasefire between the Israeli and Syrian forces and to supervise the implementation of the disengagement agreement. Today, we are facilitating the ongoing illegal occupation of the Golan Heights by Israel. The...

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