Irish calls for boycotting European song contest Eurovision

 the largest European campaign to boycott the European Song Contest, has been launched under the theme "Nothing to sing about."

The campaign in the capital, Dublin, published posters about the targeting of children by children of the Israeli occupation forces on buses that roam the streets, and others calling for boycotting the competition, as well as other posters with children's faces marked "nothing to sing about ".

Irish community groups have demonstrated their solidarity with the issue, through rallies and demonstrations calling for the Irish Broadcasting Corporation (RTE) not to broadcast the celebration.

A large concert will be held at the national stadium in Dublin, with the participation of Irish artists such as Christie Moore and Francis Black and more than ten other artists, in conjunction with the planned Tel Aviv Song Contest.

The campaign was attended by a number of Irish journalists and pro-boycott writers.

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