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Northern Ireland's inspirational response to a new terrorist attack



W should be inspired by the collective Northern Irish political reaction to a new series of terrorist attacks in the British region.

Regardless of their views on the rights or wrongs of British control over Northern Ireland, all major politicians have come out in strong condemnation of what happened over the past few days. It's relevant because on Monday, the Police Service of Northern Ireland conducted a controlled detonation of a suspected car bomb in Londonderry county. This follows a car bomb detonation outside a Derry courthouse on Saturday evening. Both vehicles were carjacked by suspected members of the New Irish Republican Army, a terrorist group listed on the 1

999 Good Friday peace agreement.

But the political response has been inspiring. First up, Arlene Foster, leader of the pro-British Democratic Unionist Party.

But Foster was matched by her ideological opposites in the Irish republican party or Sinn Fein. Its leader, Mary Lou McDonald, told the BBC that the incident was a "mindless and outrageous attack on people of Derry." McDonald also called on those with knowledge of the perpetrators to provide information to the relevant authorities.

That the leader of Sinn Fein would call on members of the Irish republican community to provide intelligence to the PSNI represents a striking difference from the Pre-Good Friday Agreement era. Back then, very few Irish republicans would ever talk to the PSNI's precursor, it was a sectarian protestant organization. But today many other representatives have echoed McDonald's words.

As I say, this is inspiring, while the new IRA maintains violent affinities, or lacks mainstream support shows that Northern Ireland has turned the page on the violent "troubles" era that defined Northern Ireland in the 1970s and 1980s. about Northern Ireland's political process, Sinn Fein and the DUP are in their opposition to terrorism. to empower their own interests.

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