Sunday 25 February 2018

Ireland pledges to 'resist and combat' hateful anti-Semitism

But the Israeli government's efforts to paint all sympathy for Palestine as prejudiced is simply a weak argument, says Colum Kenny

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Colum Kenny

Colum Kenny

No group may visit the Dublin Jewish congregation's fine synagogue in Terenure for the time being.

That's because of recent attacks on Jews in Brussels, Copenhagen and Paris. It is such a shame.

Irish Jews have contributed much to this State down the years. Their traditions, along with those of Christians, Muslims and other citizens, are an intrinsic part of Ireland's national culture.

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