Ireland’s contestant in the Eurovision Song Contest said that she had received terrifying threats and abusive messages after performing in Israel.
Israel’s parliament has cancelled a trip to Ireland scheduled for March in protest against the Bill boycotting goods manufactured in the West Bank which was passed by the Irish Lower House (Dáil).
Unidentified individuals painted a swastika on the fence of Ireland’s oldest active synagogue.
The upper house of Ireland’s parliament passed a bill to criminalise importing or selling goods produced in Israeli towns in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights.
Ireland's national broadcaster, RTÉ, will not sanction employees for refusing to travel to Israel to attend the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.
Ireland’s Senate approved a bill to criminalise the trade of goods and services "originating in an Occupied Territory."