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Political process in trouble – Gerry Adams TD

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD in a keynote statement today has warned that the “political process faces its greatest challenge since the Good Friday Agreement negotiations in 1998.” The Sinn Féin leader said: ·        “the anti-Good Friday Agreement axis within unionism, … Continue reading

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Adams arrest a wake-up call for Irish America, says Tim Pat Coogan

Below is an excerpt.  Read the article in full at Irish Central: http://www.irishcentral.com/opinion/Adams-arrest-a-wake-up-call-for-Irish-Amerca-on-the-Peace-Process-says-Tim-Pat-Coogan.html#ixzz318uYwaOo It’s time for Irish Americans to become involved again in the peace process. The elephants in the room during the debacle of Gerry Adams’ arrest are the … Continue reading

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Boston College Tapes flawed from beginning – Adams

Boston College Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD commenting on the announcement that Boston College is to return the tapes to those who made them said: “Everyone has the right to record their history but not at the expense of … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams criticises Boston Oral History Project

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD responding to media speculation that the PSNI may be interested in speaking to him in reference to the Jean McConville case said: “I can understand the McConville family’s anger and hurt given what they … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy, Opportunism and Cowardice of Irish Establishment Highlighted

Nelson Mandela once considered a terrorist by many Irish political leaders by Patrick Roberts at Irish Central The crush to jump on the Nelson Mandela bandwagon in Ireland and elsewhere is truly remarkable. Every two-bit political leader from Belfast to … Continue reading

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