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dublin | racism & migration related issues | news report Friday July 10, 2009 01:42 by Residents Against Racism rar.info at yahoo dot ie
As the Dáil drew to a close, a group of Irish citizen children gathered to deliver a heartfelt message to Minister Dermot Ahern: please don't send our daddies away.
They were highlighting the situation of a group of fathers of children born in Ireland before 1st January 2005 who currently live in the country a state of legal limbo - and with the ever-present threat of deportation.
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4 more photos from the lunchtime rally at Dáil Éireann
Fathers gather round to listen to a message of support from Sinn Fein's Aengus Ó Snodaigh, TD
They came into the state illegally, period.we do not need cultural and ethnic unrest like in britain.all non ethnic irish should be deported .also they would have not been able to reproduce if thed been chucked out.so the kids need to be stripped of there irish passports too.
michael gerard ,
are you aware of what an ignorant ,harmful an racist statment that is ? or how hurtful an alienating it is for imigrants to read ur arogant words ?
ur narrow minded fascist 'patriotism' is apalling to witnes . these people need justice an respect an empathy . how would u feel coming to anew country to be welcomed with atitudes lik yours ?