Thousands gather for Gaza protest in Dublin

Thousands gather for Gaza protest in Dublin
Pic: Shane Dawson / Twitter

Pic: Shane Dawson / Twitter

A protest rally is underway in Dublin calling for an end to the violence in Gaza.

Thousands gather for Gaza protest in Dublin

Pic: Annmarie Brennan / Twitter

More than 3,000 people marched from the Spire on O'Connell Street to the Israeli Embassy.

Demonstrators are now hearing from Palestinian and Irish speakers at a stage constructed outside the embassy grounds.

The Ireland-Palestine solidarity campaign is calling for an end to the conflict in Gaza, but they also asking Irish people to play their part by boycotting Israeli produce in local supermarkets.

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