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Willie Frazer: Kingsmills hearing confirmed that IRA had ethnic cleansing policy on border

Friday’s Kingsmills hearing was of no surprise to ourselves because it confirmed for what we have said all along, that the IRA had a campaign of ethnically cleansing in the border region.

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Michelle ONeill of Sinn Fein at a commemoration of IRA terrorists killed at Loughgall in 1987

Sammy Wilson: Every vote is needed to stop the apologists for terrorism

As the appalling horror of the Islamic Terror attack on children attending a pop concert in Manchester unfolds and the heart rending cries of the parents who lost children are played over the airwaves only the coldest hearted individual could not be moved by the anguish and hurt which has been caused by an evil man in pursuit of a political ideal.

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IRA and Islamic terrorists the same

IRA and Islamic terrorists the same

My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to those victims of the barbaric terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena on Monday evening. Manchester has, unfortunately, been here before at the hands of IRA/republican terrorists.

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Every abortion ends a vulnerable human being’s life

Every abortion ends a vulnerable human being’s life

I was surprised to hear that two midwives (Ellinor Grimmark and Linda Steen) who have conscientious objections against assisting with abortions have been unable to work in hospitals in Sweden.

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Veteran rallies need support but political reform is also needed

Veteran rallies need support but political reform is also needed

A military veterans’ protest will take place in Antrim tomorrow.

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Are we to overlook the guilt of those responsible for La Mon, above in 1978, or a host of other atrocities

Sinn Fein hypocrisy knows no limit

As our hearts are, naturally, grieved for the many who not only lost their lives in the jihadist attack in the Manchester Arena, but also for their grieving relatives, as well as those who have a multitude of injuries to (hopefully) recover from, we cannot but be conscious of the comparison which this sinful deed bears with our own Province’s tragic past.

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It is nonsense to say IRA bombs were OK

It is nonsense to say IRA bombs were OK

The selective condemnation of terrorist bombings in Manchester by Sinn Fein serves to highlight the unashamed hypocrisy of Irish republicans.

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SF-IRA are stained in blood of victims

SF-IRA are stained in blood of victims

Words fail to express the utter hypocrisy of Sinn Fein.

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Condolence books are meaningless

Condolence books are meaningless

I have previously stated in this newspaper that I am not in favour of books of condolence as I consider them meaningless.

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The aftermath of the 1996 IRA bomb in Manchester

Sinn Fein should say sorry for Manchester IRA bombs

Michelle O’Neill has signed off a book of condolence for the Manchester attack as ‘Sinn Fein Leader in the North’.

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A time for a strong leadership stand against terrorism

A time for a strong leadership stand against terrorism

The bomb attack on the Manchester Arena was senseless barbarism and an assault on our way of life in the UK.

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Shame on both the attackers and President Trump

Shame on both the attackers and President Trump

Yesterday morning I had a day off and woke up slightly later than usual and heard this dreadful news.

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Jeremy Corbyn has not condemned the IRA directly and I doubt that he ever will

Jeremy Corbyn has not condemned the IRA directly and I doubt that he ever will

I fear the News Letter is in danger of being led up the garden path.

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Israel is a democracy with religious and press freedom. Above its prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, with his British counterpart Theresa May, at Downing Street in February. Photo: Peter Nicholls/PA Wire

Urge candidates to sign Israel pledge

There are many issues that will determine how people will cast their vote in the general election.

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DUP and SF have faith in nothing but expediency

DUP and SF have faith in nothing but expediency

While the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein act like the Grand old Duke of York and march the electorate up to the top of the hill and march them down again, Northern Ireland heads for the lime pit.

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Tactical voting could challenge SF abstentionism

Tactical voting could challenge SF abstentionism

Sinn Fein’s four abstentionist MPs run their constituencies at Westminster like absentee landlords.

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July 12 and such Orange culture and unionist traditions must be recognised and funded in the Republic if Irish is to get such recognition in NI. Above Orangemen march down the Crumlin Road in Belfast during an annual Twelfth of July parade. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

If Irish is recognised in NI then unionism must be so in south

The Provos’ and others’ agitation for Irish language recognition have presented unionists with a golden opportunity to redress cultural imbalance and discrimination, and still they miss.

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