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Anti-immigration protest continues in Dublin…Ireland condemns violent incidents

Dublin: Anti-immigration protests continue in Dublin. Anti-immigrant demonstrators have been on the streets for days, protesting the provision of shelter for asylum seekers.

Supporting groups for the refugees also took to the streets, sparking clashes. The anti-immigrants then set fire to the temporary tents and furniture where the refugees were staying. Protesters then marched to the International Protection Office on Mount Street in the city centre.

After the protest turned violent, there was also a clash with the Garda. Protesters are also misbehaving with refugees. There are clashes with Gardaí all over the place as a result of this. In connection with the incidents, a 30-year-old man was arrested last night. He was later released and is scheduled to appear in Dublin District Court later this month.

Various Garda units, including the Public Order Unit, are camping at the scene. Refugee tents have been set up outside the office and in nearby streets since last March. There have also been protests against people camping at the back of the vacant St. Andrews Court flats between Pearse Street and Holles Street.

Another group also came forward in support of the refugees. The conflict that arose was resolved by the intervention of the Garda. The government had stopped providing accommodation to childless refugee families from January 24 due to the lack of accommodation. However, last week, 582 more refugees arrived here.

Meanwhile, a group called the Revolutionary Housing League found alternative housing for those living in the camp. Accommodation was provided in a long-vacant building with all facilities, including heating, electricity, water, and furnishings.

This is without the permission of the government. The group accuses the government of creating an opportunity to divide communities over the housing crisis and immigration-related issues.

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Prime Minister Leo Varadkar came out strongly, condemning the incidents of violence against refugees.

Justice Minister Simon Harris said the incident was “appalling and unacceptable”. The minister said on Twitter that the right to protest should not be mistaken for endangering or threatening anyone.

Sinn Féin’s home spokesman, Eoin O’Brien, also condemned the violence, saying it was not typical of popular protests.

The Irish Refugee Council has strongly condemned the incidents of violence. The council said there are about 400 refugees without accommodation. The council called on the government to act to prevent violence against refugees. Prime minister’s response. Justice Minister Simon Harris also warned the attackers.

Sinn Féin TD Eoin O’Broin and People Before Profit TD Paul Murphy also protested the incident. Murphy tweeted that all these problems were the fault of the government. The TD warned not to put asylum seekers at risk.

The housing department said that the department is making use of all accommodation facilities, including renovated buildings and tents, to address the shortage of accommodation facilities. So far this year, 5,300 beds have been used for international protection applicants and more than 5,000 beds for Ukrainian refugees. The department also explained that the department is working to ensure more accommodations.

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