Orange Order and Marches

Riots after Orange Order parade was forced through Ardoyne:
>>>> 15.07.2009: Interview with Gerry Kelly: Orange Order have done nothing for the peace process

Orange Orders - marching season:
>>>> 29.06.2006 Because it's traditional it doesn't make it right
>>>> 23.06.2006 Timely reminder to second-class nationalists
>>>> 14.06.2006 North Belfast: Historic agreement reached on Orange parade

Der 15 jährige Michael McIlveen starb nach einem brutalen Angriff durch pro-britische Loyalisten in Ballymena:
>>>> 19.05.2006: Die Gesinnung in Ballymena erzeugt religiös-rassistischen Hass (sectarianism) (e)
>>>> 14.05.2006: Wo Frieden keinen Fortschritt gemacht hat (e)
>>>> 09.05.2006: Das Lachen unserer Kinder?

Orange Orders - marching season:
>>>> 24.06.2005 Squinter: "A court case would be over in five minutes"
>>>> 24.06.2005 Attempting to reassert the Orange state
>>>> 24.06.2005 Kelly arrest a blatant act of provocation
>>>> 18.06.2005 March Madness
>>>> 18.06.2005 Lodges 'delighted' after commission climbdown
>>>> 24.05.2005 Hardline triumphalism bodes ill for the streets

The "quiet" Orange Order's "Marching Season" is a positive development. But pogroms by pro-britisch paramilitaries still force catholics out of their homes:
>>>> 01.09.2003 Andersonstown News: "Pogrom - Catholics flee Ardoyne homes"
>>>> 29.08.2003 Anne Cadwallader: N. Ireland's summer of content
>>>> 27.08.2003 Brian Feeney: Clampdown on UDA was long overdue

>>>> 03.6.2002 150 flee homes as enclave is attacked by loyalists
>>>> 16.5.2002 RUC/PSNI brutality in East Belfast
>>>> 17.5.2002 a week of terror for the residents of Short Strand


Interview der FR mit Gerry Kelly am 10.7.2000:
"Als wollte der Ku-Klux-Klan durch Harlem marschieren" (g)


Website of the Garvaghy Road Residents


Kommentar: "Ohne Einigung keine Parade" (g)