Tag: Ireland

A stabbing at a Catholic school in Ireland left several people hospitalised

In a wave of popular indignation generated by the attack, serious riots took place in Dublin on the night of the 23rd o November.

A church was set ablaze in Ireland

The police are investigating the incident as a deliberate arson attack.

Ireland approved UK-like buffur zones which limit freedom of assembly

In the UK, the legislation does not distinguish between harassment and peaceful activism such as silent prayer.

Free speech under threat in Ireland's recent "hate offences" bill

Many contradictions that might arise from this law could seriously limit not only freedom of speech but also freedom of religion.

Several graves desecrated in Irish cemetery

Outrage has been expressed after three headstones were desecrated with garish, red graffiti.

Irish government calls out Eritrea for arbitrary imprisonment of Christians

Ireland has made statements concerning Eritrea to the UN Human Rights Council twice this year.

Catholic students are most affected by bullying in Ireland

One teacher also suggested that "holding a religious worldview can be a lonely experience in modern Ireland."

Ninety per cent of Irish doctors do not want to kill the unborn

According to abortion activists, the time has come for lawmakers to limit the possibility of conscientious objection.

Richard Dawkins encourages the killing of the unborn

"I think it would be wise and reasonable to remove a child with a serious disability" says the scientist.

Irish government lifts ban on Holy Mass after five months

The once Catholic country turned out to be the only one in Europe where physical access to the Blessed Sacrament was so limited.