Friday, December 9, 2016

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World’s No.1 ‘Self-Hating Jew’!

From Rehmat's World, a profile of Stanley Cohen the "self-hating Jew.

Palestine for Palestinians, everyone else apply for a terrorist visa,” Stanley Cohen wrote on his Tweet account on October 16, 2014.
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Murder Is Murder

In an open letter Derry justice campaigner Daniel Bradley narrates the events surrounding the British Army slaying of his brother IRA Volunteer Seamus Bradley in 1972.

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Republicanism More Split Than The Left

In a productive exchange about the current state of Irish republicanism Sean Matthews responds to a piece by Terrier.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

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Don't Misrepresent Saoradh

Republican activist, Terrier, writing under a pseudonym because of constant PSNI harassment, responds to a recent piece on republicanism by Sean Matthews.

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The Arabs Did It

The Uri Avnery column examines the recent spate of fires in Israel.

When My parents married in Germany, just before World War I, among the gifts was a document attesting that a tree had been planted in their name in Palestine.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

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CMPs: Propensity Of The Intelligence Character

Christy Walsh follows up on his earlier writings on Closed Material Procedure.

[T]he law should be used as just another weapon in the government’s arsenal, and in this case it becomes little more than a propaganda cover for the disposal of unwanted members of the public -
Senior Intelligence Officer and Advisor, General, Sir Frank Kitson (Retd)

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

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Saoradh And The Politics Of Unfinished Revolution

Sean Matthews assesses the emergence of the republican party, Saoradh. The writer is an anarchist who has previously written for TPQ.

Monday, December 5, 2016

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Smell Of Secret Graves And Decomposition

From The Transcripts, John McDonagh (JM) and Martin Galvin (MG) speak to Anthony McIntyre (AM) via telephone from Drogheda, Co. Louth about the controversy raging in Ireland over an email Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams sent to An Garda Siochána naming Sinn Féin members who may have information regarding the 1983 murder of prison officer Brian Stack.