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#ClaireByrneLive @ClaireByrneLive
54/ 62 killed in Gaza were terrorists. This was stated by Hamas themselves. At least have the decency to state the facts regarding the Gaza riots where thousands massed intent on breaking the border and murdering Jews.
#CBLive @ClaireByrneLive since you hadn’t done your own research on Gaza, which BTW is completely run & ruled by Hamas (Israel left in 2005 lock stock & barrel) I’d supply you with some myself. 1. Here are facts regarding deaths in ME 2017
Another fact. There are two countries that border Gaza. One of them is Egypt who keep their border closed for majority of the year & have a dividing border wall. They have destroyed many tunnels. They too dislike Hamas for good reason. Egypt/Gaza wall 👇🏻
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THREAD on #CBLive and #8Ref debate claims - research by @TJ_FactCheck and @TheJournal_ie
We’re going to run through as much in the order as they came up last night as possible:
MEDICAL PROFESSION AND 8REF: Iona Institute’s Maria Steen and Dr Peter Boylan differed on where medical professionals stand - Steen said the “medical profession is divided down the middle”; Boylan said more than 80% of Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists favour repeal..
Only one traditional representative body for medical professionals has articulated a position on support or retain - that is the Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists where it said in January that it supports removal of the Eighth Amendment..
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*Thread* Some thoughts following the #CBLive debate last night.

1. Twice a group of Irish people representing Ireland as a whole (Citizens Assembly / Oireachtas Committee) have been brought through the nuance, difficulties and reality of the 8th amendment.
They came out believing in a Yes vote. This referendum is the third and most important group, but last night's debate was far from the calm & reasoned debate undecided people deserved and needed to make up their mind the same way the citizens assembly and Oireachtas committee did
2. The cheering and clapping for point-scoring was in poor taste given the amount of people in the audience and watching who had lived experience of terminations. My heart goes out to them on what must have been a deeply upsetting thing to witness.
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