40 years ago today, Bobby Sands died in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh after 66 days on hunger strike. He became the first of ten Irish republican prisoners to die on hunger strike in 1981. They defeated the British government’s criminalisation policy – they were political prisoners. Four decades on, we remember the hunger strikers, the men of the H-Blocks and the women of Armagh, with pride.
Ρήξη και ανατροπή σε ότι μας κρατάει πίσω και μας χαρακτηρίζει σταθερό απότοκο της Οθωμανικής δουλείας