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A CELEBRATION OF the Muslim festival Eid Al Adha is to take place in Croke Park tomorrow with 200 guests, following uncertainty over attendance numbers after the government’s roadmap to reopen the country was slowed down earlier this month.

The event, which is taking place in Croke Park for the first time, was originally due to have 500 people in attendance.

However, the government’s decision to delay Phase Four of reopening, which would have kicked in on 20 July and allowed 500 people to gather outdoors, meant that only 200 people would be allowed to join together.

The organisers originally wrote to the government to ask for the event to be given special consideration on attendance numbers, which followed a successful request from Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin earlier in July to allow places of worship to hold a higher number of people indoors than other venues during Phase Three of reopening.

Following communication between the organisers and the Office of an Taoiseach, the event will proceed with 200 attendees.



Usually, the stadium can accommodate up to 82,300 people at full capacity.

Speaking to TheJournal.ie, event organiser Shaykh Dr Umar Al-Qadri of the Irish Muslim Peace & Integration Council said that “we understand and feel that it is really important to not have a gathering or do anything that will increase the number of cases. Although we will have social distance measures in place, we respect the decision of the government.”

He said that the event organisers observed the number of Covid-19 cases reported in the second half of July and do not want to take any action that could lead to further increases.

“A lot of people in our community have also said that they are disappointed but that they totally understand,” Dr Al-Qadri said.

RTÉ News Now is due to broadcast the event in Croke Park live tomorrow morning from 9.30 am to 11.30 am.
 

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Special guest speaker is that beautiful example of Muslim humanitarianism, emanuel,who felt perfectly entitled to rape a 71 alzimers patient in his care.
 

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It's weird to see the LGBT minister partying with a Rabbi, Archbishops and fundamentalist Muslims on the beauties of a festival which around the world involves the cruel mass slaughter of countless helpless animals.

Oh but if i could with telekinesis snatch an asteroid (size of a house ought to do it) from outer space that day.
 

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This is a new low for Ireland. It's sad that we think so little of ourselves that we allow an alien culture to just establish itself here. It will take over if we don't reverse course. It's like letting an arsonist into your house and being too polite to f*ck him out. Watch as he burns down your house.
What is so disturbing is that instead of letting them just get on with it and turning a blind eye they all have to attend and show it on the media. If it wasn't Muslims they would just ignore it.
Makes you wonder is there Gulf money involved somehow. This stinks.
 

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Ah do the followers of the Prophet [PBUHN] know that Roddy is a Sodomite?

If they have any principles they would Boycott this event

- if he puts his bum on a seat inside this stadium!

Muslims seem to be happy enough with Sodomites - as long as they're getting something from them.
 
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