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Pro-Palestinian Dublin mayor avoids Israeli deportation due to misspelled name

Pro-Palestinian Dublin mayor avoids Israeli deportation due to misspelled name

As a response, Israel said it would deny entry to Dublin Mayor Micheal Mac Donncha.

Netanyahu said that the Ramallah conference "featured prominent images" of Haj Amin al-Husseini, leader of a 1936 revolt against the British mandate over Palestine and grand mufti of Jerusalem.

Sources described the meeting between the Irish ambassador and Israeli officials as "frosty", with the Foreign Ministry looking for a statement of support from the Government here. It said that the conference in Ramallah was "explicitly" against Israel and had taken place on Holocaust Memorial Day.

Dublin City Council passed two resolutions endorsing the BDS movement on Monday.

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Mr Mac Donncha participated in an Islamic conference about Jerusalem in Ramallah, organised by the religious affairs adviser to Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas.

Cllr Mac Donncha was able enter Israel and carry on with his planned visit to the West Bank after officials at the Tel Aviv airport let him slip by after they were given a misspelling of his name.

The prime minister stated that he was the one who instructed the Foreign Ministry to turn to Ireland's ambassador to Israel and seek clarification regarding Donncha's participation in the event.

Earlier in the week, the Dublin City Council urged the Irish government to boycott Israel and expel its ambassador from Ireland over the killings of protesters in Palestine.