A protest is to be held outside the studios of RTÉ on Friday, calling for an Irish boycott of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
The annual event is to be held in the Israeli capital Tel Aviv in May.
The protest comes in advance of the official announcement of the Irish entry.
Palestinian human rights campaigners will stage a protest outside RTÉ between 12.30pm and 2.00pm on Friday March 8th.
The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign protest will feature a mock Apartheid wall, as well as flags, banners and placards.
Activists will also hand in a petition to the national broadcaster, calling on RTÉ and potential contestants not to take part in the Eurovision.
Zoe Lawlor, a spokesperson for the campaign, said: "Sadly, despite overwhelming support from singers, musicians and other celebrities, public figures, human rights campaigners and members of the public, RTÉ has refused to listen to the Palestinian call for Ireland not to take part in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
"RTÉ say the event is 'non political', but every shred of evidence points to the contrary - Israel is overtly politicising and militarising the Eurovision, and is being allowed to do so by the EBU, and RTÉ."
Ms Lawlor added: "We have learned that whoever the Irish entrant is, they will perform before 500 soldiers from the Israeli occupation forces; the show will broadcast propaganda showing illegal Israeli settlements in occupied territories; entrants will be hosted in a 'village' built on the ruins of a Palestinian area of Jaffa whose residents were driven out in 1948 and who still cannot return; and that councils in illegal settlements are giving free accommodation to Eurovision fans as a way of promoting these entities, which are war crimes under international law".
RTÉ's Director-General Dee Forbes has previously said the broadcaster will not sanction any staff member who declines to travel to Israel to cover the event on conscientious grounds.
The semi-finals will take place on May 14th and 16th - with the Grand Final on May 18th.
The organisers confirmed late last year that event would be held in Tel Aviv.
This followed speculation the show could have taken place in the disputed city of Jerusalem.
Critics have claimed no Irish entry should be sent to Israel, in protest over the occupation of Palestinian territories.