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PostPosted: Thu 25 Apr 2024 1:36 am 
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Stop the genocide of the Palestinians (backed up by the International Court of Justice): Cuir deireadh le cinedhíothú na bPalaistíneach


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Apr 2024 1:36 am 
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A lot of Irish are using Gaeilge in support of Palestine. That's where I got the idea from.
https://ibb.co/rGHdwsz


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Apr 2024 1:39 am 
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djwebb2021 wrote:
bhur is pronounced úr in Munster (oohr) - there is no "v".


Perhaps you mean in rapid speech? At least, the sound file here has it clearly enough.


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Apr 2024 1:39 am 
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CanadaIrish wrote:
A lot of Irish are using Gaeilge in support of Palestine. That's where I got the idea from.
https://ibb.co/rGHdwsz


OK.


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Apr 2024 1:42 am 
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Ade wrote:
djwebb2021 wrote:
bhur is pronounced úr in Munster (oohr) - there is no "v".


Perhaps you mean in rapid speech? At least, the sound file here has it clearly enough.


Those sound files are not by genuine native speakers. That woman in particular has contributed a large number of bad pronunciations to teanglann. She's probably a younger Gaeltacht resident who has a "reading" pronunciation of every word. Gaeilge Chorca Dhuibhne, p 169, shows that bhur is pronounced u:r. It's not a question of speed of enunciation. There is no v there.


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Apr 2024 1:47 am 
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djwebb2021 wrote:
Stop the genocide of the Palestinians (backed up by the International Court of Justice): Cuir deireadh le cinedhíothú na bPalaistíneach


Kwir DERi le kini-YEEhoo na balaishTEEnakh


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Apr 2024 1:51 am 
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CanadaIrish wrote:
A lot of Irish are using Gaeilge in support of Palestine. That's where I got the idea from.
https://ibb.co/rGHdwsz


Maybe you should write it in Irish - if you can photograph it and video it and put it on your Facebook and thereby reach some people that way. The media present at the time are not the only target audience.


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PostPosted: Fri 26 Apr 2024 2:33 pm 
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Ade wrote:
"They" are organising a protest in support of Palestine, but "won't let" you use a phrase which simply advocates Palestinian emancipation. Even if it's translated into Irish, "they" will somehow know what it says and won't allow it, yet they're happy for you to use a phrase which similarly advocates Irish emancipation, in Irish. Whoever "they" are, they'd want to get their priorities straightened out.

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CanadaIrish wrote:
With Palestine in the phrase please. Going to a protest and they won't let us say from the river to the sea.

Say it anyway!!! No-one should be stopping you from saying that! Zionist leaders including Chaim Weizmann (who became the first president of Israel) at the 1919 Versailles Peace Conference called for Palestine to be "as Jewish as England is English". In 1937 David Ben-Gurion (who became first prime minister of Israel) wrote "The compulsory transfer of the Arabs from the valleys of the proposed Jewish state could give us something which we never had ... a Galilee free from Arab population .... We must uproot from our hearts the assumption that the thing is not possible. It can be done". "Transfer" was the Zionist word for ethnic cleansing. Zionism has, from the very start in the 1890s, always been a political project that "from the river to the sea" Palestine would eventually be 100% Jewish. There is absolutely no reason why you should not call for replacement of Israel by a state that afforded equal rights to all Jews and Arabs in Palestine.

“Más mian leat gurbh eol duit cé hiad i ndáiríre a rialaíonn an tsochaí, oibrigh amach cé hiad ná fuilir ceadaithe a lochtú” – Proinsias Mac an Bhóiltéara (más fíor)


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Apr 2024 6:42 pm 
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djwebb2021 wrote:
CanadaIrish wrote:
A lot of Irish are using Gaeilge in support of Palestine. That's where I got the idea from.
https://ibb.co/rGHdwsz


Maybe you should write it in Irish - if you can photograph it and video it and put it on your Facebook and thereby reach some people that way. The media present at the time are not the only target audience.

That's a good idea. Then people could translate it online when they see it. Thanks! ;)


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Apr 2024 8:21 pm 
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Btw I love Richard Barrett lol
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRvpJFNQwX4

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