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Irish wakening

What the McCartney sisters are really saying to the IRA

By Kevin Cullen
March 13, 2005

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FOR MORE THAN 30 years, the Irish Republican Army fought the British Army to a draw, and defied demands by the overwhelming majority of Irish people to stop killing-only to be brought to its knees in recent weeks by five sisters from one of its traditional Belfast strongholds. (Full article: 1220 words)

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