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Mr Mc Carthy said it is a violation of the European Human Rights Convention.He said his concerns are not about nationality, but human rights and fears the situation will worsen once Britain exits the EU.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the famous marches from Coalisland to Dungannon, and at Duke Street in Derry city.Democratic Unionist Party MP Jeffrey Donaldson claimed the motion was an excuse for “anti-British sentiment”.A committee of the Dublin parliament and a number of human rights groups have also raised concerns about the practice of strip-searching at Maghaberry.A spokesperson for prisoner support group Cogus said Hughes had been told it was due to the “outline of an old 50s rifle” on the cover.Other items which have recently been banned include the DVD of the historical documentary ’66 days’ on the 1981 hunger strike.That day in 1972 British soldiers killed 14 unarmed marchers who were engaged in peaceful protest against internment without trial in the north of Ireland.
One week previously another anti-internment protest was attacked by British soldiers on Magilligan strand.
“This is not anti-British, it’s a human rights issue. My mother is English and all one side of my family is British,” he told the Cork Evening Echo. Yes, I’m a former Sinn Fein councillor and a former prisoner myself but I’m also a politician and this issue is purely about human rights.
If it was any other group of prisoners that were receiving the same kind of treatment as republican prisoners, I’d be speaking out as well,” he added.
The history book was released earlier this month and presents a Volunteers’ account of the IRA border campaign of the 1950s.
However, the book was refused to prisoner Connor Highes and then banned by the prison authorities, ostensibly on account of the cover image which appears on the book.
In another home, a 15 year old member of Saoradh’s youth group, Eistigi, was held at gun point by screaming members of the ‘Emergency Response Unit’, leaving him shaking with fear.