A taxi driver who sexually assaulted three young women within two weeks has been jailed for five years.
Mansoor Uddin (aged 41), a married father of three of Castleway, Adamstown, Lucan, pleaded guilty on the morning of his trial last February at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to sexual assault on January 30, 2016, and two sexual assaults on February 16, 2016.
Judge Sinéad Ní Chulacháin sentenced Uddin to three years imprisonment for each count of sexual assault. She said the sentences on the latter two counts will run concurrently with each other, but consecutive to the earlier count of sexual assault.
The story of Lisa Smith, an Irish woman who converted to Islam and joined Islamic State, has served as a timely reminder of the rot of political correctness running through the various institutions of the Irish state, including the defense forces.
Component parts for mortars, including six mortar tubes, were found in a forested area at the Carewamean Road area of Forkhill following a search on Wednesday.
Parliamentarians in the Republic of Ireland are displaying an unprecedented level of hostility towards Israel, unparalleled by that of any other member state of the European Union — inviting the question about Ireland’s long, distasteful history of anti-Semitism, which clearly predates the frequently used pretext of hating the State of Israel.
The woman who was filmed going on an angry tirade on an Air India flight Saturday has been identified as Simone O’Broin, a prominent Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) leader against Israel.
“In the coming days and weeks, Irish Socialist Republicans and Anti-Imperialists in Dublin, will be organising ‘Poppy Watch Patrols’ to prevent the sale of the British Legion Poppy on the streets of our capital city.
Following on from the success of last year’s patrols, those selling the British Legion Poppy on our streets will be challenged and their support for British imperialism and the ongoing illegal occupation of Ireland will be highlighted.”
The ‘World Atlas of illicit flows’ looks at more than 1,000 smuggling routes of drugs, human trafficking and natural resources, reveals that “incomes to non-state armed groups and terrorist groups are diversifying and increasingly based on organised crime, sustaining conflicts worldwide”.
An Irish woman who said she had been radicalised after converting to Islam has said there are up to 150 Islamic radicalists living in Ireland.
Aaliyah (not her real name) also declared that the mastermind of the London Bridge terror attack in July last year, Khuram Butt, visited her several times in Ireland.
According to former President of the Republic of Ireland and former UN commissioner Mary Robinson, more feminism will solve the climate crisis.
The human rights charity has called on the government to act following the results of a new Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey.
With abortion no longer forbidden by its constitution, the Irish government is moving to ban pro-lifers from praying, protesting, or counseling outside of abortion facilities.
In a new national campaign urging people to “put empty space to better use”, the Irish Red Cross said: “Pledging a vacant property or spare room will play a significant and valuable role in helping Syrian refugees rebuild their lives and settle in Irish communities.”As well as calling on homeowners to pledge spare beds or rooms, the charity also wants holiday homes, second homes, and any other vacant properties in Ireland to be offered up for the cause of housing migrants.
Explaining that his prayer meetings normally gather only a small number of people, one voice from the floor shouted “What the f___ do you need to build that monstrous building for then?!”
A bakery run by evangelical Christians is to launch a fresh attempt to overturn a £500 award made against it for refusing to bake a cake promoting same-sex marriage.
Ashers bakery, which has branches in Northern Ireland and is financially supported by the Christian Institute, is taking its claim to the supreme court on Tuesday, which is sitting in Belfast this week.
The firm has twice been found to have discriminated on the grounds of sexual orientation after it cancelled an order by a gay activist in 2014 for a cake decorated with the slogan: “Support gay marriage”.
Ireland, thanks to its system of interchangeable representatives of two main parties you can’t tell apart, is currently led by a fellow named Leo Varadkar, a gay, half-Indian prime minister, called the Taoiseach (pronounced “t-shock”), who stepped into the office when his predecessor suddenly stepped down. Ireland has legalized gay marriage by a popular vote, is now trying to repeal the country’s stringent anti-abortion constitution by repealing the Eighth Amendment, and is hell-bent on upsizing its population according to the Ireland 2040 plan, which envisions adding an additional one million people to the current population of 4.8 million people in the Republic — mostly through “immigration.”