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    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/661...IGN-on-Britain

    Apparently ISIS and the IRA are working together to blow up cars in Britain

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    nothing can top this, good stuff
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/661...IGN-on-Britain

    Apparently ISIS and the IRA are working together to blow up cars in Britain

    'source' = Irish UKIP member



    nothing can top this, good stuff
    I doubt if it is true.
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    (Original post by ODES_PDES)
    I doubt if it is true.
    thats my point
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    thats my point
    I just realized that I was told off about an hour ago, by some geezer with the same avatar as you.
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    The Daily Express have outdone themselves. I doff my cap to them.
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    While I doubt this is true, I would like to see what would happen when Muslim terrorists begin killing Irish citizens on Irish soil. They tend to prefer civilian targets, and as callous as the IRA has shown itself to be, I can't fathom them standing idly by while first and second generation Muslim immigrants blow up buses in Ireland in the name of Islam.

    Home field advantage vs suicidal.

    I could see the Irish burning Muslims out of their homes, regardless of affiliation with known terrorists, should this happen. It is not something uncommon on the island, there have been a few recent events of Romanians being literally evicted from areas in the North by the residents living there because of 'cultural differences'.
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    Poor IRA, being lumped in with ISIS.
 
 
 
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