Saturday, March 18, 2017

Ireland: Diversity the theme in cities across the country


There was a special round of applause for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, who marched behind a banner which proclaimed “Love for All, Hatred for None”.

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Source/Credit: The Irish Times
By Ciaran Tierney | March 17, 2017

Hundreds of thousands of people attended St Patrick’s Day parades across the country despite wet weather and stormy conditions.

Many of the parades features tributes to the four Irish Coast Guard members who lost their lives in the Rescue 116 helicopter crash during the week.

Representatives of the city’s Filipino, Polish, South African, and Indian communities underlined just how multicultural Galway has become, while there was a strong representation from the city’s GAA clubs.

There was a special round of applause for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, who marched behind a banner which proclaimed “Love for All, Hatred for None”.

“I haven’t seen the parade in years, because I’ve been away gallivanting on adventures, but the first thing that jumped out at me today was the diversity of the communities here in Galway. It’s great to see it,” said Hennigan afterwards.



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