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2 edition of Northern Ireland Situation. found in the catalog.

Northern Ireland Situation.

Presbyterian Church in Ireland.

Northern Ireland Situation.

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Published by Presbyterian Church in Ireland in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesChurch Statements -- 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination35p. ;
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21461085M

In areas where Northern Ireland Situation. book 90 per cent of the population share a single religious identity, sectarianism reproduces itself through a loop of cause and consequence. Don't miss Just outside the village of Duncannon, Aldridge Lodge is an award-winning restaurant serving delicious local and home-grown produce. The census also showed that, for the first time, Protestants no longer made up the majority of the population In the census, the Catholic population remained at 34 per centalmost exactly what it had been at the time of partition. There are still flags on the main roads but there is no longer the same sense of bristling hostility.

This, as Murphy points out, did not allow the specific interests of Northern Ireland to be effectively considered. The newly created cross-community Assembly and Executive were given responsibility over social and economic matters previously run by London. Terrorism and murder were carried out both by extreme Catholics and extreme Protestants. Belfast and Londonderry are cities with many Catholics and Protestants. A little gem. The period of this migration, from onwards, did not correspond with any rise in the share of the vote for nationalist political parties.

To go to London would mean that they accept being part of the union and that they would swear loyalty to the Queen. Twenty-nine people were killed and more than wounded. One wonders if everyone was a scholar here—if the origins of the conflict were as fully understood and recalled and recited chapter and verse as would seem necessary to justify so much killing? This partition of Ireland was confirmed when the Parliament of Northern Ireland exercised its right in December under the Anglo-Irish Treaty of to "opt out" of the newly established Irish Free State.


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