Have you any proof the Irish public don't support him? A few far right loons on here don't count.
They only need to look up his father and the muslim brotherhood on the ould d'internet ?
for fooks sake, you would not be allowed even type an opinion if the brotherhood were here,, consider the consequences for denying/protecting a stone age ultra fascist cult like the brotherhood , that's what that tool Halawi flew to fooking Cairo to promote,
He was brainwashed by his father (who in turn was brainwashed by the cult) and he does not give one flying fook about Ireland since he went there to promote a dangerous cult like the brotherhood. If he loves islam soooo much then let him enjoy all its fruits, it is not cruel since he never had any intentions to be "Irish" until he got caught.
There's sick children who have had their medical cards taken off them, and the government doesnt give a shyte, and this loon joins up with a murderous terrorist organisation and they are fawning all over him, what a ************************************ up country this is.
Primetime definitely deserve praise for highlighting the Clonskeagh / muslim brotherhood connection. I thought that would have been a bridge too far for RTE.
And they were immediately attacked by Aodhan O'Riordain, who accused them of fear-mongering about muslims.
That guy literally cannot tolerate any opinions which challenge his uber-PC, safe space, libtard fascism. He's an enemy of free speech and open debate.
And Labour wonder why they're at 4% in the polls!
It's not going to get any better for them if they insist on maintaining candidates like AOR and AK47. Bleeding heart authoritarianism doesn't have a wide appeal. Something Amnesty may find out to their cost too.
As he was born in the Coombe, 20 odd years ago - he is Irish.
Legally maybe but not culturally or biologically (culture for me definitely trumps biology and I'm opposed to the idea that culture is simply a reflection of biology which is why I'm opposed to "White Nationalism").
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