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  • Fein Slugger Portable Cold Saw

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    that I think can withstand these demanding applications of yours. One is the portable Slugger metal cutter from the trusted manufacturer, Fein. The product comes with a 7" blade diameter and a couple of outstanding features that I will be elaborating in my review below. Let's begin. Fein Slugger Portable Cold Saw: Key Features Power Though small in built, the Fein Slugger metal saw can deliver great cutting prowess that can satisfy the needs of your busy workshop. It equips a strong 1200W motor for

  • The Problems of Northern Ireland Essay

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    SDLP and Sinn Fein are both political however Sinn Fein back up revolutionary violence and work of the IRA. The IRA use force to oppose British presence in Ireland and have killed many British soldiers and Northern Ireland police officers. The IRA is illegal. Overall

  • Irish Republican Army Essay

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    Irish independence has been fought for a long time ever since the British occupied Ireland in 1172. The King of England invaded and controlled Ireland. The invasion led to religious and territorial conflicts. There was an effort to create a church comparable to the Church of England in the 1500s. Catholics who live in Ireland were against the idea and a conflict for independence has emerged (Arena & Arrigo, 2004). The suppression of Irish nationalism by the British in the 20th century led to the

  • Essay about Conflict in Northern Ireland

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    The three main political groups for the nationalists are the SDLP (Social Democrats and Labour party), Sinn Fein and IRA (Irish republican army). The IRA is an extreme paramilitary group which beliefs that peace can only be obtained by violence and killing. This group has mainly been responsible for the killing of thousands of civilians. This group

  • What Are The Causes Of The Irish Republican Army

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    The Irish Republican Army (IRA) was created after the 1916 Easter Uprising in Dublin. But the conflict could be traced back even further. In 1172, the king of England invaded Ireland and controlled it. As a result of this invasion, the religious and territorial conflicts started. In the 1500s, there was an attempt to create a church similar to the Church of England. Catholics opposed of this idea so the conflict involved independence as well (Arena & Arrigo, 2004). The 1916 Easter uprising in Dublin

  • Essay about The Divided People of Ireland

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    The Divided People of Ireland Ireland is a country with two very different peoples living there, Nationalists (or Catholics) and Unionists (or Protestants). There are many differences between the beliefs of the Nationalists and the Unionists. The main one being that Nationalists want a united Ireland and see themselves as Irish whereas Unionists want to be part of Britain and see themselves as British

  • Essay about The Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA)

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    The IRA declared a cease-fire on July 19, 1997 to become effective July 20. At the end of August, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland announced her finding that the cease-fire was being observed, allowing Sinn Fein, the political party closely identified with the IRA, entry into negotiations on Northern Ireland's political future. The July 20 cease-fire ended a 17-month terrorism campaign and led to the opening of inclusive political talks in September. Following

  • liberation of ireland Essay

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    uprising of Irish nationalists on Easter Monday, April 24, 1916, Sinn Féin became the most influential political party in Ireland. This party, founded in 1905 by Arthur Griffith, a Dublin journalist, campaigned in the parliamentary election of 1918 on a program that called for the severance of all ties with Great Britain, an end to the separatist movement in northern Ireland, and the establishment of an Irish republic. Candidates of Sinn Féin won 73 of the 106 seats allotted to Ireland in the British Parliament

  • Gerry Adams and The IRA Essay

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    Gerry Adams is now the president of Sinn Fein which is an Irish nationalist political party. He was born on October 6, 1948 in west Belfast, Northern Ireland. In his earlier years he grew up as part of a working-class catholic minority that suffered social and economic discrimination. Adams finished his schooling in the 1960's. After this he became strongly involved in civil rights movements and decided to become politically active by joining Sinn Fein. Due to Adams involvement with anti government

  • The Northern Ireland Marching Season

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    The Northern Ireland Marching Season The marching season is where the Protestants of Ireland celebrate William of Orange's victory in the Battle of the Boyne by marching through Northern Ireland via some Catholic areas. These marches take place in July of every year and are usually peaceful. But sometimes they are violent. There are a number of possible reasons why there is a tension between the two communities over the marches, for example land, religion, politics

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