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Jul 12 2017
Multiple people spoke about Irish Republican Army in the news. We gather all their quotes on this page, an easy way to see all views about this topic at a glance. To go deeper, all quotes are redirected to the article from which they come. Stephen Gault is the person who had the greatest number of quotes. The most recent one of them is: “Fermanagh and Omagh council's decision to open a book of condolence in Enniskillen for Martin McGuinness is hurtful to the families that his IRA murdered on Remembrance Sunday 1987.”.
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Peter Sheridan

I had already accepted that Martin McGuinness had moved on. When I witnessed his historic handshake with the Queen I realised it was as much about reaching out the hand to the Unionist community as doing so with her.feedback

Stephen Gault

My feelings are with the Enniskillen families. Martin McGuinness has taken to the grave the truth and the answers that we need to be able to move forward. He knows who bombed Enniskillen. Initially my thoughts and prayers go out to the Enniskillen victims. I will always remember Martin McGuinness as the terrorist he was. If he had been repentant my thoughts might have been slightly different. But he took to his grave proud that he served in the IRA. There was no remorse or repentance from him even up to his death.feedback

Margaret Veitch

But I certainly won't be sending any sympathy card because I got no sympathy card from them (the IRA). I am so sorry for all the innocent victims of Northern Ireland because we will never, never get the true story. Martin McGuinness chose to be a terrorist, he chose to go into government, he chose to take the bomb and bullet. My parents never had a choice - they died and we will never get justice.feedback

Stephen Gault

My feelings are with the Enniskillen families. Martin McGuinness has taken to the grave the truth and the answers that we need to be able to move forward. He knows who bombed Enniskillen. Initially my thoughts and prayers go out to the Enniskillen victims. My fear is Martin McGuinness is going to be remembered as this great peacemaker similar to the way Nelson Mandela was remembered after his death. My fear is that his horrific past will not be mentioned.feedback

Theresa May

First and foremost, my thoughts are with the family of Martin McGuinness at this sad time. While I can never condone the path he took in the earlier part of his life, Martin McGuinness ultimately played a defining role in leading the Republican movement away from violence. In doing so, he made an essential and historic contribution to the extraordinary journey of Northern Ireland from conflict to peace.feedback

Peter Hain

I thought I’d be the last minister to govern from London. But after the collapse of power-sharing, and now this seismic election result, I’m not so sure.It was an it-will-never-ever-happen moment when, in May 2007, Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness together took power in Northern Ireland’s devolved government. Optimism reigned, and I said I would be the “last direct-rule secretary of state”. But after 10 years of stable and peaceful devolution that prediction could be undone.feedback

Michelle O'Neill

It's a huge honour and a big, big privilege for me to be chosen be the new leader in the north and follow in the footsteps of Martin McGuinness, a political giant.feedback

Arlene Foster

As Deputy First Minister for almost a decade Martin McGuinness has been a major figure at Stormont. While never forgetting the past, I believe the work at Stormont provided the foundations for our relative peace today.feedback

Norman Tebbit

Few public figures have made such a journey from violence to peace as Martin McGuinness, and many people will acknowledge the contribution and commitment to the common good which he made in the latter part of his life.feedback

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