Mcaliskey

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Fergus O'Hare
... O'Hare and others such as Bernadette Devlin McAliskey argued that participation in elections should be used as a tactic in the campaign ... During this debate, McAliskey, supported by People's Democracy and others, stood as a candidate in support of the prisoners, in the election for the European Parliament in 1979, winning more than 30,000 votes ... People's Democracy and Bernadette Devlin McAliskey argued that a candidate should stand in the by-election to demonstrate the high level of support that existed for the ...
1981 Irish Hunger Strike - Blanket and Dirty Protests
... In 1979, former MP Bernadette McAliskey stood in the election for the European Parliament on a platform of support for the protesting prisoners, and ... was formed, on a platform of support for the "Five Demands", with McAliskey as its main spokesperson ... shot and killed a number of activists in the National H-Block/Armagh Committee and badly injured McAliskey and her husband in an attempt on their lives ...
John Mc Michael - Ulster Defence Association
... Regiment after a failed attempt by the UFF on the lives of Bernadette McAliskey and her husband, Michael, during which the entire gang (including Ray Smallwoods ... McAliskey, who was shot seven times in front of her children at her home in Coalisland, County Tyrone on 16 January 1981 survived the attack, as did her husband who was ... as it was alleged he and his men had organised the McAliskey shootings ...
Bernadette Devlin McAliskey
... Josephine Bernadette Devlin McAliskey (born 23 April 1947, in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland), usually known as Bernadette Devlin or Bernadette McAliskey, is an Irish ...
This Is The Sea (film)
... Hazel Stokes, played by Samantha Morton, and Malachy McAliskey, played by Ross McDade ... Stokes is a Protestant, while McAliskey is Catholic ... Jef, played by Marc O'Shea, and by the attempts of Rohan, played by Gabriel Byrne, to recruit McAliskey into the Republican movement ...

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