WSM Supports Direct Action Against RAYTHEON.


The Workers Solidarity Movement supports the actions of the anti-war protestors who occupied and sabotaged American arms manufacturer Raytheon's Derry offices. Protesters occupied the plant for eight hours.

Thousands March in Dublin against War in the Lebanon


The Irish Anti-War Movement (IAWM) and the Irish Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC), called for a national demonstration against Israeli war crimes. This is a brief report of the march.

Workers Solidarity Statement on the Pitstop Ploughshares 5 court victory


The Workers Solidarity Movement congratulates the Pitstop Ploughshares 5 on their victory in court, and congratulates the jury who delivered a verdict which placed a greater value on Iraqi lives than on US warplanes.

Not Guilty; Shannon Five acquitted on all charges


Scenes of great joy and relief at the Dublin Four Courts as the Catholic Workers/Pitshops ploughshare five were acquitted of all charges.

Image - Karen and supporter after the acquittal

Dublin: Jury in Shannon War Plane Case Considering Verdict


Three and a half years ago, 5 members of Catholic Worker/Pitstop ploughshares damaged a US warplane stationed at Shannon Airport in Ireland.

Image - Procession to the court on the last day of the trial 

Anti-War march in Dublin


The IAWM and Irish Palestine Solidarity Campaign have called a protest for Saturday 29th in Dublin. 2pm at the Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Square.

Stop Killing Palestinians


Israel has invaded Gaza again. They have bombed bridges and the main electric power plant. Last month 49 Palestinians, including 11 children, were killed. Almost all were civilians. This is a collective punishment directed against all Palestinians.

Report on anti-war march to HMS Ocean


Just over 150 people marched down to HMS Ocean to protest the presence of this British warship which was involved in the invasion of Iraq in Dublin port Thursday June 29. Although some will be disappointed with this turnout in reality it was a significant number for a wet mid week demonstration. Also on the positive side there was a real effort to overcome some of the divisions that have characterised the anti-war movement.

Anti-war Network Meeting


Teachers' Club, Parnell Square, Dublin, between 2.30pm and 5.30pm.

Anti-War protest


Protest Against HMS Ocean warship in Dublin Port

Assemble at: 18.00 at the Famine Memorial - Financial Services Centre

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