Teach Dáithí Ó Conaill,
223 Sráid Pharnell,
BÁC 1, Éire.
I don’t believe that we have cavemen in the country
On August 27, the Ruairí Ó Brádaigh/Maolmhuire O’Raghallaigh Cumman of Republican Sinn Féin Wicklow responded to the disgusting comments made by Free State politician Pat Rabbitte. “I don’t believe that we have cavemen in the country,” he told RTE Radio…. Read More ›
RSF redesign national website www.rsf.ie
Republican Sinn Féin redesigned their national website http://www.rsf.ie. Together with the monthly paper SAOIRSE, the internet is the most important tool to spread the republican message in the 21st century. The redesign of the national website is in line with… Read More ›
Cuimhnigh linn Óglach Eamonn Bradley inniú.
Eamonn ‘Bronco’ Bradley came from Shantallow, just outside Derry City. He got involved in the Republican Movement at a young age, being O/C of Na Fianna Éireann in Shantallow at the age of 16. He performed that role brilliantly and… Read More ›
Cuimhnigh linn Óglach James Crossan inniú.
On the evening of Saturday August 23rd 1958, James Crossan travelled to Swanlibar, near the Cavan-Fermanagh border, with his neighbour Seán Reilly. The purpose of their journey was to procure a tricolour that was to be flown at a Republican… Read More ›
Cuimhnigh linn Óglaigh Patrick Hughes, Oliver Rowntree agus Noel Madden inniú.
On August 22nd 1972, an accidental explosion at the customs station on the Dublin Road in Newry claimed the lives of three IRA volunteers. A number of civilians also perished in the tragedy. Patrick Hughes Patrick Hughes was raised on… Read More ›
Cuimhnigh linn Michael Devine ar an lá seo.
Michael was born on May 26th 1954 in the Springtown camp- a former World War Two US Army base on the outskirts of Derry City. In 1960 the family moved to the Creggan area of the city. He was educated… Read More ›
Republican Sinn Féin launches 1916-Centenary Website
2016 will see the centenary of the anti-imperialist rising of Irish republicans, revolutionaries, socialists and militant trade union activists against 800 years of Anglo-Norman, English and British occupation in Ireland. The reading of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic marks… Read More ›
Great Republican escape from Portlaoise Prison
Today is the 39th anniversary of the great Republican escape from Portlaoise Prison. In November 1973, all Republican POW’s in Mountjoy and the Curragh were transferred to Portlaoise. This came in the wake of the daring escape of three volunteers… Read More ›
[R.S.F news] IRIS no 317
Irish Republican Information Service (no. 317) Teach Dáithí Ó Conaill, 223 Parnell Street, Dublin 1, Ireland Phone: +353-1-872 9747; FAX: +353-1-872 9757; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 17 Lúnasa /August 2013 Internet resources maintained by SAOIRSE-Irish Freedom http://saoirse.info In this issue: 1…. Read More ›
[R.S.F news] iris no 316
Irish Republican Information Service (no. 316) Teach Dáithí Ó Conaill, 223 Parnell Street, Dublin 1, Ireland Phone: +353-1-872 9747; FAX: +353-1-872 9757; e-mail: email@example.com Date: 30 Iúil / July 2013 Internet resources maintained by SAOIRSE-Irish Freedom http://www.saoirse.inf In this issue:… Read More ›