Women in a suburb of Belfast previously regarded as a stronghold of the Irish Republican Army--the I.
Women in a suburb of Belfast previously regarded as a stronghold of the Irish Republican Army--the I.R.A.--on Sunday (2 April) Called for peace in the province of Northern Ireland.
Their call came after a week in which legislation passed in London imposed on Northern Ireland direct rule from Westminster.
Since the more there's been growing feeling among the Roman Catholic minority in Ulster that the I.R.A. should call a truce as its response to the Westminister initiative--at least for the time being.
SYNOPSIS: Anderstown--until this week considered a stronghold in Northern Ireland of the Irish Republic Army... the I.R.A. Now, the women of this troubled area have demanded that the I.R.A. declare a temporary truce, to see how the experience of direct rule from Westminster affects the Ulster situation.