Graphic rally planned in Dublin by Anti-Choice protesters

The anti-choice groupes in Dublin, like the "Irish Centre for Bio-ethical Reform", an organisation that is privately back by other american groups that have become increasingly involved with Irish women rights, if you can say so, are planning to organise a protest outside of Dublin and Cork Airports in July.From the informations that we have, they plan to go on with there protest somewhere between July 29 and August 13th.In a press release by the aforementioned group, they state that they will have 15 X 5 foot signs with graphic images to shock the public. They will also be equiped with filming equipment and cameras, to "protect the volunteers from false allegations". These rallies will be brought from the airports to the city centers in the afternoon.It is to be mentioned that by this point, neither Dublin or Cork airport allowed this group to protest at that dates.

The anti-choice groupes in Dublin, like the “Irish Centre for Bio-ethical Reform”, an organisation that is privately back by other american groups that have become increasingly involved with Irish women rights, if you can say so, are planning to organise a protest outside of Dublin and Cork Airports in July.

From the informations that we have, they plan to go on with there protest somewhere between July 29 and August 13th.

In a press release by the aforementioned group, they state that they will have 15 X 5 foot signs with graphic images to shock the public. They will also be equiped with filming equipment and cameras, to “protect the volunteers from false allegations”. These rallies will be brought from the airports to the city centers in the afternoon.

It is to be mentioned that by this point, neither Dublin or Cork airport allowed this group to protest at that dates.

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