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About Eóin Murray
Eóin Murray is a writer and aid worker who for two years represented the leading Irish development NGO, Trócaire, in Gaza. He has lived in Ireland and Gaza, and is now based in Canada. He is on twitter @eoinmurray
Articles by Eóin Murray
No to TTIP
The re-election of Bertie Ahern’s Fianna Fáil party as the dominant partner in a coalition reflects shifts as well as continuities in Irish politics, says Eóin Murray.
The kidnapping of the BBC journalist Alan Johnston on 12 March 2007 is closely tied to the security situation in the Palestinian territory, says his friend Eóin Murray.
Today, Monday 23 April 2007, marks the sixth week of captivity for BBC journalist Alan Johnston. Over the course of those six weeks some extraordinary events have taken place. In particular, as one BBC colleague of his remarked, Alan has become part of the news instead of reporting it.
The electoral earthquake in Palestine has produced a new political landscape which Palestinians, Israelis and the international community all now have to face, says Eóin Murray.
On Friday night, 27 January, the taxi I was travelling in through Gaza city turned a corner and drove directly into the head of a march by supporters of the Fatah movement headed by Mahmoud Abbas. They were walking towards the offices of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC), supposedly to protest against the Fatah leadership.
The pressures of occupation and poverty are undiminished, but the Palestine election is an opportunity for activists to promote a vision of change, finds Eóin Murray.
What will Gaza become after Israeli occupation? Eóin Murray reports on embattled Jewish settlers and Palestinian fears.
The International Court of Justice ruling that Ariel Sharons barrier across the West Bank breaches international law is both alarm-call and opportunity to the world community, says Eóin Murray in Gaza.
The assassination of Sheikh Ahmed Yassin has caused convulsive outrage among Gazas Palestinian people. From its epicentre, a young Irish human rights activist balances vivid reportage and cool reflection.