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Ian Paisley: The ‘No’ man who said ‘Yes’– by Gerry Adams

15 September 2014

At his first meeting with Martin McGuinness, Ian Paisley declared: ‘We don’t need Englishmen to rule us. We can do that ourselves’ Free article

Kader Asmal – Sinn Féin tribute to anti-apartheid and human rights activist

23 June 2011

CONDOLENCES have been extended by Gerry Adams TD on behalf of Sinn Féin to the family, friends and comrades of South African former government minister Kader Asmal (76), who died at his home in Cape Town on Wednesday. Kader spent almost 30 years in exile in Ireland during the apartheid regime’s rule and led the Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement as well being a civil rights... Free article

TDs from all parties urged to ‘quietly visit’ the Six Counties to see issues

23 June 2011

GERRY ADAMS has urged TDs from all parties to "quietly visit"' the Six Counties after the street violence in east Belfast to meet representative groups and individuals and to see at first-hand the issues.

Earlier, Taoiseach Enda Kenny condemned the street violence in Belfast and told TDs in the Dáil:

This is a situation that obviously demands our serious attention.

I have... Free article

London: European conference ‘Civil liberties, the state and the EU’

21 June 2011

European Conference marking Statewatch's 20th anniversary
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Civil liberties, the state and the EU
European Conference marking Statewatch’s 20th anniversary
Saturday 25 June 2011, 10.00 am  17.30 pm
Conway Hall, Red... Free article

The challenges of facing the past

16 June 2011


Laurence McKeown was a republican prisoner for 16 years in Long Kesh and spent 70 days on the 1981 Hunger Strike. He is the author of a doctoral thesis, co-author of the feature film H3 and the plays The Laughter of Our Children and A Cold House.

IN THIS YEAR, the 30th anniversary of the 1981 Hunger Strike, there will be many talks, debates, exhibitions, and... Free article


16 June 2011

Independent International truth commission

THE LEGACY OF THE PAST is one of the big issues that remains to be resolved in the outworking of the peace process. This includes the truth about formal and informal collusion and the wider desire of many victims and families for an effective truth recovery process.
Ten years ago, in 2001, the British and Irish Governments committed, at... Free article

From Wolfe Tone to today

16 June 2011

JUNE is the month when republicans honour ‘The Father of Irish Republicanism’, Wolfe Tone, where he is buried in Bodenstown, County Kildare.
Tone’s ideal was:
“To subvert the tyranny of our execrable government, to break the connection with England, the never-failing source of all our political evils, and to assert the independence of my country — these were my objects.
“To unite... Free article

Maghaberry jail agreement must be implemented

16 June 2011

THE AGREEMENT reached between prisoners and the prison administration at Maghaberry last August should be implemented in full as a matter of urgency, Raymond McCartney, the Sinn Féin Vice-Chair of the Assembly Justice Committee has told An Phoblacht.
Speaking to An Phoblacht just before we went to press, the Foyle MLA said:
“There are continuing concerns about the treatment of... Free article


16 June 2011

Former IRA members met the Smithwick Tribunal

IT has been confirmed that three former members of the Irish Republican Army had a face-to-face meeting with lawyers acting for the Smithwick Tribunal investigating the IRA assassination of two high-ranking RUC officers in 1989. The tribunal has been told the former IRA members gave detailed accounts and replied to questions from the... Free article


16 June 2011

Paul Maskey elected as new Sinn Féin MP for West Belfast

PAUL MASKEY celebrated his 44th birthday on Thursday 9th June by being elected the new Sinn Féin MP for West Belfast and comfortably winning the seat held by Gerry Adams until his election to the Dáil in February.
Paul’s election win continues the momentum of Sinn Féin successes as a growing political force throughout the... Free article

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The Irish Volunteer — tOglách na hÉireann was first published on 7 February 1914 and every week until 22 April 1916, just days before the Easter Rising.

Acting as the official newspaper of the Irish Volunteers it outlined the political views of the leadership and reported on the and important events, such as the Howth Gun Running of 1914.

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