New Irish government rejects effort to boycott Israeli products

The anti-Israel movement in Ireland has suffered a major defeat. Earlier this month, the political parties working on forming the next government in Ireland eliminated a key bill that would have placed a boycott on products produced in Israeli settlements. Read more

Plunging to new lows? What Ireland’s election means for Irish-Israeli relations

February 13, 2020 by  
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Already being described as “something of a revolution in the ballot box,” Irish political party Sinn Féin’s success in the Irish general election is undoubtedly a historic result. Read more

Irish bill advances to criminalise commercial activity with Israel

January 28, 2019 by  
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The Irish parliament advanced a bill on Thursday that would prohibit commercial activity connected to areas that were outside Israel’s pre-1967 territory. Read more

The Irish Senate’s ‘boycott Israel’ debate

July 15, 2018 by  
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Reading the transcript of the debate that took place in the Irish Senate on July 11 before that body voted, by 25-20, to criminalise commercial relations with Jewish communities in the West Bank, I was struck by how the arguments that were traded fell neatly into one of two categories…writes Ben Cohen/JNS. Read more

Ireland goes ahead with legislation to boycott products made in Israeli settlements

July 12, 2018 by  
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Ireland’s Senate approved legislation on Wednesday to boycott products made in Israeli settlements. Read more