Taoiseach’s limp condolences fail the victims of this Islamophobic atrocity
Neglecting to mention that the New Zealand terrorist attack was directed against Muslims leaves a dangerous silence where there should be clarity and censure
The contrast between responses to the New Zealand terror attack by Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar are glaring.
Watching the news unfold in the comfort of my home in Cork left me both anxious and nervous. At difficult times like these, we look to our leaders.
Varadkar expressed his condolences at the harrowing news from New Zealand, which saw two mosques targeted in an Islamophobic attack that left at least 49 people...
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