Catholic Civilians

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Reavey And O'Dowd Killings - Background
... Government and forced into a united Ireland, increased their attacks on the Irish Catholic and nationalist community ... Loyalists killed 120 Catholics in 1975, the vast majority civilians ... On 27 April 1975, the UVF shot dead three Catholic civilians at a social club in Bleary, near Ballydougan ...
Red Hand Commando - History - Paramilitary Campaign
... the RHC has killed 13 people, including 12 civilians, and one of its own members. 08 Feb 1972 The RHC claimed responsibility for killing a member of the Catholic Ex-Servicemen's Association in a drive-by shooting on Crumlin Road, Belfast. 31 Oct 1972 The RHC shot dead a Catholic civilian at his workplace on Lisburn Road, Belfast ...
Timeline Of The Northern Ireland Troubles And Peace Process - 1970–1979 - 1976
... 4–5 January Reavey and O'Dowd killings – the UVF shot dead six Catholic civilians in two co-ordinated attacks in County Armagh ... the South Armagh Republican Action Force shot dead ten Protestant civilians after stopping their minibus at Kingsmill, County Armagh 23 January The PIRA truce of February 1975 was. 17 March Four Catholic civilians (including two children) were killed and twelve wounded when the UVF exploded a car bomb at Hillcrest Bar, Dungannon ...
Timeline Of The Northern Ireland Troubles And Peace Process - 1990–1999 - 1992
... Sinn Féin office and shot dead three Catholic civilians ... Five Catholic civilians were killed and three wounded ... the UDA carried out another attack on a betting shop in Belfast, killing three Catholic civilians and wounding thirteen ...

Famous quotes containing the word catholic:

    The Catholic Church has never really come to terms with women. What I object to is being treated either as Madonnas or Mary Magdalenes.
    Shirley Williams (b. 1930)