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Ireland – Palestine In a debate at University College Dublin, a Muslim student repeatedly said “We will do the same as what happened on October 7” and shouted “Allahu Akbar” at Jewish students.


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The dynamics of campus debates have often been regarded as spaces for open dialogue, intellectual discourse, and the exchange of diverse perspectives. However, recent events at the University College debate in Dublin, involving the ongoing Palestine conflict, have underscored the challenging and sometimes volatile nature of these discussions.

On the 17th of November, chaos erupted during the debate, as conflicting viewpoints clashed in a manner that transcended civil discourse. Reports emerged of Muslim students allegedly shouting down Jewish students and making threatening remarks, further intensifying the tension within the forum. Videos capturing these unsettling moments quickly spread across various online platforms, triggering widespread concern and condemnation.


Amidst the fervent sharing of these videos, a narrative emerged suggesting that the pro-Palestine students had made threats to replicate past terror attacks against Israel while chanting “Allahu Akbar.” Such assertions have fueled outrage and deepened the polarizing nature of the incident.


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