Continuity Irish Republican Army (CIRA)

The Continuity Irish Republican Army considers itself the legitimate continuation of the Irish Republican Army and is committed to the reunification of Northern Ireland and Ireland. The group split from the Provisional IRA in 1986 and is associated with the Republican Sinn Féin political party, which split from the Sinn Féin party in 1986. Unlike the PIRA, the CIRA continues to reject ceasefire and weapons decommissioning, and resists the Belfast Agreement.VideoVideo: 2013  The limerick brigade of the continuity IRA Issued threats to Irish people serving in the british army Irish men and women who are members of the british army were threatened in a statement on behalf of the continuity IRA they said that they are "legitimate targets" for the CIRA the threats were made at the annual Seán South commemoration ceremony in limerick which was organised by Republican Sinn Féin It was attended by 50 people and a number of them were in paramilitary…

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