National Hunger Strike Commemoration 2012

    • Sunday, 5 August 2012
    • 14:00 until 18:00
  • Dungiven Co. Derry
  • Join us for the 31st annual Hunger Strike Commemorative march and rally which takes place this year in Dungiven Co. Derry at 2PM. Main speaker Michelle O’Neill MLA.


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Fight for the life of Mahmoud Sarsak [2]

    • Today
    • 15:00 until 17:00
  • As the world watches millionaire footballers compete for the European Championship trophy, Palestinian footballer Mahmoud Sarsak is close to death as he enters his 85th day of hunger strike, the longest in history.Sarsak, a 25-year-old footballer and student from Gaza, was arrested three years ago as he was trying to meet up with the national team in the West Bank, and has been detained indefinitely without charge or trial ever since.Come and protest against this blatant abuse of human rights on Monday 11th June at 3pm outside the Department of Media, Culture and Sport in a coordinated action with the We Are All Hana Shalabi Network from Scotland who will be protesting outside the British Consulatein Jerusalem.Bring footballs, football shirts and banners for a fun media-friendly kickabout outside the DMCS to raise awareness of Sarsak and the thousands of Palestinian prisonersbeing held under administrative detention and illegal combatant lawsPlease note:
    This facebook was created because Facebook blocked all new activity on our original facebook event for this protest.
    Clearly it was too effective in gaining rapid growing support, so presumably the Zionist trolls made false allegations and facebook just blocked it without any notification or investigation. Please follow details and updates also through emails, twitter and phones.
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    +44 (0)7729779164
    +44 (0)7880 731 865

    Twitter: @palestineplace

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~PLEASE PRAY 4~ 11yrOld CHRIS was cancer free for years but it has come back & he is starting chemo

Novenas Daily

  • EDDIE ♥
  • SARA Brain cancer♥
  • Lou Montini  in lot of pain, needs knee surgery but health fragile♥ 
  •  4yr old AMY F pneumonia♥
  • ELSIE M needs thyroid removed♥
  • ROMEO PALMERO recovery♥
  • DOMINIC diabetic♥
  • MARIANNE recovery from surgery on lymph nodes & God‘s Will re the biopsy♥ 
  • THE CARAAN family♥
  • MARTHA 73yrs old, hand surgery due to cat bite♥
  • THE SIOBHAN family♥
  • RYAN inoperable brain tumor, having seizures♥
  • RUDY has Leukemia and the dr says there is no hope♥
  • RUDY leukemia, drs say there is no hope♥
  • MARGARET H math exams june 11+15♥
  • Cathrine epileptic seizures♥
  • JENNY stress & health issues & her mom & grandmother health issues♥
  • Elizabeth Ashibuogwu 4 healing on her waist & legs♥
  • marlo, dindo, joseph, cristito & margie g.♥
  • contined recovery 4 LEE ANN from blood clot to brain♥
  • SEVERINE that she leave bad habbits behind & follow Christ, 4 her parents health, her 9 month old dgtr SIYONA, & 4yrOld SON STENVAR CANT SEE, understand or speak Lord help his parents get the help he needs so he can live normal life, ROSHAN+NELSON, Juze, Siona, Bena, Francis, Natalin, Edwin, Manuel, Ludina,SrPriya,SrGemma, Daisy, Valina, ,Bubble, ♥JOE & daughter SERENA nightmares♥
  • MK depression after death of mom♥
  • Safe delivery of JORDAN ALLANS child♥
  • ANGELA emotional healing after miscarriage ♥
  • IVAH depression & healing of her family tree ♥♥
  • CAROLYN financial & family matters♥
  • BOB, JEREMY,COLLEEN, CONNIE,JANINE, JOSEPH, STEVIE addictions (that they get help)
  • Children being bullied & the bullies♥
  • LISA healing from 1st mastectomy, & constant sickness. she still needs another mastectomy ♥
  • PAULINE, MARIA, CHE, MICHELE depression♥
  •  MARTINA needs LungTransplant♥
  • FRANK PISANI parkinsons disease♥
  • ROCKYparkinsons+dialysis &ROSE mental illness♥
  • CORCILLO family♥
  • FINN family♥
  • FERNANDES family♥
  • FORMICA family♥
  • GRASSO family♥
  • HANSEN family♥
  • MIKTUS family♥
  • TABBIA family♥
  • TELLINI family♥
  • Matthew 18:20 “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them”
  •  MARIA healing of concusion & other injuries from car accident♥
  • FOSTER CHILDREN to get the care they need♥
  • PREGNANT WOMEN 2 have healthyPregnancy & safe delivery 
  • STUDENTS to do well in their finals exams
  • Tracy neck & head pain
  • Br Francis Kay that he can continue his studies if it is the will of God
  • The young men @ The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate of Zimbambwe 
  • LOUIS VILLASANA 4 succesful entry on May 31 into the Benedictines in the Philippines♥
  • 18 yr old ASHLEE stage 2 cancer on spine, surgery in a couple of weeks then chemo♥
  • CHARITY LESA writing final exams
  • Don liver and kidney cancer started chemo
  • Ryan inoperable brain cancer
  • Thelma Moss still recovering from a broken hip and injured knee on other leg♥
  • PETE bone cancer
  • Dale bile duct cancer
  • Denise brain tumor
  • Elizabeth Ashibuogwu 4 healin on her waist & legs
  • Douglas and Jeanne Robertson health problems
  • Pat chemo 4 breast cancer
  • Mary Sue & Mom rehab after near fatal car accident
  • LIZ guidance♥
  • MARYANNE hospitalized after falling down flight of steps♥

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42nd Annual NJ Irish Festival Public event !

    • Sunday, 10 June 2012
    • 12:00 until 19:00 in EDT
  • Join us for a great day of brilliant Irish fun….Entertainment on two stages, Irish Step dancing, food and craft vendors, a sanctioned Pipe and drum competition, the return of the “Human Horse Race” proceeds from Festival to benefit the Wounded Warriors.

175 Oceanport Avenue, Oceanport, NJ 07757
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Activists: Dozens dead in new Syria massacre

BEIRUT(AP) — Syria on Thursday denied as “absolutely baseless” claims by opposition groups about a new massacre in the central Hama province in which government forces allegedly killed dozens of people, including women and children.

The exact death toll and circumstances of the overnight killings in Mazraat al-Qubair on the outskirts of Hama were impossible to confirm but the violence is bound to reinforce the growing belief that a peace plan brokered by international envoy Kofi Annan is unraveling as the country spirals toward civil war.

The violence comes on the heels of a horrific massacre in late May in Houla, a cluster of villages in the central Homs province, which left over 100 dead including many children and women gunned down in their homes. U.N. investigators blamed pro-government gunmen for at least some of the killings but the Syrian regime denied responsibility and blamed rebels for the deaths. The Houla massacre triggered international outrage and a coordinated expulsion of Syrian diplomats from world capitals.

Syria on Thursday said “an armed terrorist group committed an appalling crime” in Mazraat al-Qubair, killing nine women and children. A government statement published on the state-run news agency SANA said that after the crime, residents there appealed on Syrian authorities in Hama to intervene to protect them, adding that competent authorities headed to the farm and stormed a hideout of the group and clashed with them.

Clashes resulted in the killing of all members of the group. Two security agents were killed and five others wounded, it said.

The statement said the killings were meant to put pressure on the Syrian regime ahead of the U.N. Security Council meeting.

British Prime Minister David Cameron urged concerted action from the international community against Syrian President Bashar Assad‘s regime following the latest reports. He said Thursday that if the reports of the “brutal and sickening attack” are true, it adds further proof that the Assad regime is “completely illegitimate and cannot stand.”

Speaking during a visit to Norway, Cameron insisted more must be done to isolate Assad’s regime and show that “the whole world” wants to see political transition in Syria and condemns “absolutely” the Syrian regime.

The exact circumstances of the violence in Hama were impossible to independently confirm.

Al-Qubair is a small farm in the overwhelmingly Sunni village of Maarzaf around 20 kilometers (12 miles) west of the city of Hama with around 30 homes and around 160 inhabitants. Attempts to reach eyewitnesses and residents of the area were unsuccessful Thursday, making the verification of what went on extremely difficult. The Syrian government keeps tight restrictions on journalists.

Activists said the Sunni village is surrounded by a string of Alawite villages. Alawites are an offshoot of Shiite Islam and Assad is a member of the sect.

The Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights said Thursday that “dozens” of people were killed overnight in Mazraat al-Qubair but Rami Abdul-Rahman, the director of the group which relies on a network of activists on the ground, said he was still documenting names of the dead. He said the circumstances of the killings were still unclear and called on U.N. observers to visit the area immediately.

The Local Coordination Committees group gave a far higher death toll, saying more than 78 people were killed, including many women and children. It says pro-government militiamen known as shabiha first shelled the farming area and then went in and killed the residents there. It says some of the dead were stabbed to death while other bodies were burned.

Syria’s main opposition group in exile, the Syrian National Council, also said 78 people were killed. It said 35 of them were from the same Al-Yatim family and more than half of them women and children. It said the militiamen converged on Qubair from neighboring pro-regime villages. It said some of the dead were killed execution-style, others were slain with knives.

“Women and children were burned inside their homes in al-Qubair,” said Mousab Alhamadee, an activist based in the central province of Hama.


An Irish American Activists said this morning…Remember Guiseppe Conlon. (RIP)

RELEASE THEM NOW !!!THEY knew he wasn’t political. They knew he was innocent. They knew he was sick. But they arrested him Falsified evidence. Convicted him And let him die in their prison. They haven’t changed.

As Irish-Americans our mantra now must be the words of Bernadette (Devlin) McAliskey: This Was Supposed To Be Over.

For those who may have missed her recent speech from which these words come, it’s here:

We must join with her when she says: Organize! Educate! Activate!

There are 40+ million US citizens who readily identify themselves as Irish-Americans. Time to get them up and at ’em. It’s an election year. We did it in 1968. We did it in 1972. We did it in 1980. .

And we must do it again because?

This Was Supposed To Be Over

Hydebank Prison turned away the UN doctors – refused them entrance into the prison no less access to examine Marian Price

The English Bastards would be much happier knowing they killed both Gerry McGeough and Marian Price in prison.

What other excuse do they have for this blatant disregard for human rights?

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Thoughts and Proverbs To Live By

“Trouble no one about their religion; respect others in their view, and demand that they respect yours. Love your life, perfect your life. Beautify all things in your life. Seek to make your life long and its purpose in the service of your people. Prepare a noble death song for the day when you go over the great divide. Always give a word or a sign of salute when meeting or passing a friend. Even a stranger, when in a lonely place. Show respect to all people and bow to none. When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the food and for the joy of living. If you see no reason for giving thanks, the fault lies only in yourself. Abuse no one and nothing. For abuse turns the wise ones to fools and robs the spirit of its vision.” ~ Crazy Horse (Tashunkewitko), Oglala
Thoughts and Proverbs To Live By ~ Spiritual Wisdom ~ American Indians

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