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Solidarity with Ireland means upholding the leadership of the Irish Republican movement.

Solidarity with Ireland means upholding the leadership of the Irish Republican movement.

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Published by Mosquito Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

speeches and documents, March-November 1984, issued on the occasion of the Manchester Martyrs Commemoration, November 25th 1984.

SeriesMosquito press news release
ContributionsMosquito Press.
The Physical Object
Pagination22p. ;
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21460061M

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  But overall, Miller argues that the Irish refused to translate the kinship between the Irish and the Jews into political support for Israel, as Ireland, and in particular the Republican movement, was increasingly supportive of Palestine, though the Irish government’s official statements about Israel were never explicitly abusive. We salute your perseverance in militantly upholding the right of the Irish people for national liberation against the continued British occupation in Ireland. The RSF has been victorious in organizing itself in the 32 Counties, keeping the revolutionary flame of Irish Republicanism burning throughout Ireland, despite the many difficulties you.

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