Anti-Internment march a success as the message is spread across Ireland the UK and the world

On the 7th of August on the 45th anniversary of Internment large crowds marched from Andersonstown to Belfast Metropolitan tech before being stopped by the PSNI calling for an end to the use of Internment

The crowds walked behind the banners of different campaigns including Justice For The Craigavon Two and the Free Tony Taylor campaigns.

A banner of Bilal Kayed a Palestinian prisoner was carried along side the Anti-Internment banner.

Shows of solidarity with the Palestinian prisoners and prisoners here in Ireland took place at police lines as Gerard Fitzpatrick called for everyone to raise their fists.


After the march everyone dispersed peacefully and walked away from police lines, a huge operation was in place obviously the PSNI felt there would be trouble.

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