#Ireland

News | Antisemitism Watch

Israeli basketball team wins after Irish team refuses to shake hands

"Basketball Ireland fully supports our players in their decision," the national governing body for basketball in Ireland said in a statement regarding the refusal to shake hands with Israel's team.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Guardian legitimises Irish diplomat's antisemitism

A Guardian analysis (‘It’s part of our psyche’: why Ireland sides with ‘underdog’ Palestine, Nov. 20) by Rory Carrol and and Lisa O'Carroll purported

News | Fun With Islam

Nighttime Riots in the Streets of Dublin After Man Rumored to Be Algerian Immigrant Stabs Three Children

 Violence raged in Dublin Thursday night as protesters took to the streets and lit cars on fire after a man stabbed four people (five in some reports), including three children, earlier in the day. Rumors had spread that the suspect was an Algerian immigrant, but police have not released his identity, and the motive remains unknown.

Family & Parenting | Family and Parenting

Irish parents take action on smartphones amid soaring concerns over children's mental health | Fox News

The parents associations at eight elementary schools in the town of Greystones, County Wicklow, have agreed to enforce a ban on smartphones for all students until middle school.

Miscellaneous | Religion/Christianity

Ireland’s Failing Faith - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

As I touched down in Ireland the morning of Easter Sunday, I was saddened to think how sparse the Catholic faith — and with it, conservatism — has become in that once-proud bastion of sainthood. Still sometimes called “the land...

News | Antisemitism Watch

David Collier: What Explains Ireland's Extreme Antisemitism?

David Collier, an independent investigative journalist focused on exposing antisemitism, spoke to a September 12th Middle East Forum Webinar (video) about the ideology and drivers of antisemitism in the anti-Israel movement in England, Scotland and

Politics | Opinion

The world made Israel necessary by refusing to help Jews in WWII

The Evian Conference in 1938 acknowledged that there was a Jewish refugee problem, but none of the countries participating agreed to take them in.

Pets & Animals | Animals!

A Walrus Was Spotted in Ireland for the Very First Time | Mental Floss

A 5-year-old girl and her dad were the first people to see the walrus when it made a rare appearance on Ireland's shores.

Entertainment | Entertainment

John C. Reilly Singing Together With An Entire Pub In Ireland Will Make Your Night

Whatever you are doing tonight, it’s not better than being at O’Connor’s Pub in Doolin, Ireland. There is nothing but pure joy and happiness coming out of that place tonight. Well, except for...

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

Watch Surfers Ride Freezing Waves in Ireland

See the trailer for a film that dives into the ocean—and intimate family lives—of some of the best surfers in Ireland.

Politics | BDS

Dublin's start-up chief: 'Boycotts not on our radar' | The Times of Israel

Ireland can learn a lot from Israel, says Niamh Bushnell, commissioner for Start-Ups in the capital

News | The News

Video: Irish BDS Supporters OK Doing Business with Iran, North Korea, Sudan | Truth Revolt

In his newest "Ami on the Street" short video, filmmaker Ami Horowitz, whose 2012 film UN Me I reviewed here for FrontPage Magazine, hilariously highlights the hypocrisy of BDS movement supporters in Ireland, where store owners are proud