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Saturday 9 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Anti-immigration

Last month
November 2023
Anti-immigration groups use Israel-Gaza violence to push antisemitism and Islamophobia online
A report by
Shane Raymond
Online activists in Ireland have attempted to use the conflict to incite hatred of Jews or Arabs or, in some cases, both.
This year
Suspected criminal fire at Ballybrack house that was site of anti-immigrant protest and vandalism
Gardaí have appealed for witnesses to the incident.
Taoiseach condemns 'violence unreservedly' after tents set on fire at homeless refugee camp
A large garda presence on the street this evening was met with anger by some protestors.
Paul Murphy says protest at his family home was 'completely wrong and inappropriate'
A group of protestors turned up outside the Dublin TD’s house last night.
Anti-immigrant protestors picket home of Paul Murphy, partner and new baby
The PBP TD said that he believed the protest was “dangerous”.
Man denies intentionally driving into anti-immigration protesters in Dublin
The court heard the stage rigger had live-streamed the incident onto Facebook.
Paul Murphy: Anti-refugee protests a far cry from grassroots 'no to water charges' campaigns
‘You’d have to have your head in the sand not to notice that Ireland’s emerging far-right is playing a crucial role here,’ writes the Dublin TD.
Far right protesters aren't just in it for the cause - there's also money to be made
A report by
Eimer McAuley
One agitator asks his followers for support to cover travel and other expenses related to the protests.
Anti-immigration activists monetise their YouTube accounts and ask for donations, reports Eimer McAuley.
Experts say the tactics are imported from abroad but the levels of profit are small at present.
All time
Dublin hotel cancels launch of new extreme right-wing party which had been planned for tomorrow
The National Party had previously released a statement announcing its launch at a renowned Dublin hotel tomorrow afternoon.
On the death of Jo Cox: Racist rhetoric contributes to the rise in violence
The hype around the Brexit campaign, hyper-patriotism, and “Britain first, immigrants out” discourses have led to this tragedy writes Julien Mercile
Deciding to make a film on immigration was hard - including anti-immigration group was harder
“Do you deny people whose views you find repulsive the oxygen of publicity or do you engage in the hope of teasing out some of the contradictions?”
Column: Will we see a UKIP victory in the European Parliament elections?
The rise of hard right eurosceptic parties ahead of the Euro-Elections is causing some murmurs of concern. But do we really have anything to worry about?
New Zealand's PM retains power as anti-immigration party boosts support
Voters also rejected proposed changes to New Zealand’s voting system with is partly proportional.