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Terrorism treated differently.
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Tuesday 17 November 2015

Victims’ campaigner Willie Frazer says it is “sickening” to see Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness condemning Islamic State attacks when the IRA was responsible “for similar and worse attacks”.
“We wish to offer our condolences to the people of France after such a despicable terrorist attack,” he said.

“The victims in Northern Ireland know all to well how these people feel, having been subject to many similar attacks.”
The pain of such attacks never goes away, he says, having worked with terror victims from France, Colombia, Spain and Israel and other countries around the world.

“A terrorist is a terrorist but thankfully at least the French government are taking action against the terrorists who carried out these evil acts by hitting back, sending a clear message that if terrorists attack innocent civilians they will suffer the consequences.

“Unfortunately our Government did not have the same attitude to terrorism and indeed have tried to appease and legitimise their actions.”

He added: “It is sickening to victims to see IRA men such as Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness coming out with condemnation and sympathy while the IRA was responsible for similar and worse attacks, especially when equated in a proportionate comparison.

“Terrorism is no longer seen as a dirty word in Northern Ireland as we continue to appease and negotiate with them.”

Ulster Protestants consider themselves to be a separate nation. This nation they call Ulster
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