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The South Armagh Republican Action Force sometimes called simply the Republican Action Force was an Irish republican paramilitary group that was active from September 1975 to April 1977 during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Its area of activity was mainly the southern part of County Armagh. According to writers such as Ed Moloney and Richard English, it was a covername used by some members of the Provisional IRA South Armagh Brigade. The journalist Jack Holland, alleged that members of the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) were also involved in the group. During the same time that the South Armagh Republican Action Force was active the INLA carried out at least one sectarian attack that killed Protestant civilians using the covername "Armagh People's Republican Army". According to M

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  • La South Armagh Republican Action Force ((en français : « Groupe d'action républicain à South Armagh »)) est un groupe armé républicain nord-irlandais actif dans le comté d'Armagh en 1975 durant le conflit nord-irlandais. Il est souvent considéré comme un nom d'emprunt de l'IRA provisoire. Le 1er septembre 1975, le groupe tire sur cinq ou six protestants près de , devant un bâtiment de l'Ordre d'Orange, le Tullyvallen Orange Hall, peut-être en représailles à l'assassinat de catholiques à Belfast.
  • South Armagh Republican Action Force (SARAF) var en irländsk paramilitär grupp som var aktiv 1975-1977. Historieforskare tror detta är en täckmantel för en grupp i Provisoriska IRA. Forskarna tror också att gruppen är skyldig till 24 mord på protestantiska civila. Den 5 januari 1976 inträffade Kingsmillmassakern, gruppens mest spektakulära dåd. Efter det kritiserades de av Gerry Adams (medlem i Sinn Féins partistyrelse) för att attackera civila, och efter det upplöstes gruppen året därpå.
  • The South Armagh Republican Action Force sometimes called simply the Republican Action Force was an Irish republican paramilitary group that was active from September 1975 to April 1977 during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Its area of activity was mainly the southern part of County Armagh. According to writers such as Ed Moloney and Richard English, it was a covername used by some members of the Provisional IRA South Armagh Brigade. The journalist Jack Holland, alleged that members of the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) were also involved in the group. During the same time that the South Armagh Republican Action Force was active the INLA carried out at least one sectarian attack that killed Protestant civilians using the covername "Armagh People's Republican Army". According to M
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  • La South Armagh Republican Action Force ((en français : « Groupe d'action républicain à South Armagh »)) est un groupe armé républicain nord-irlandais actif dans le comté d'Armagh en 1975 durant le conflit nord-irlandais. Il est souvent considéré comme un nom d'emprunt de l'IRA provisoire. Le 1er septembre 1975, le groupe tire sur cinq ou six protestants près de , devant un bâtiment de l'Ordre d'Orange, le Tullyvallen Orange Hall, peut-être en représailles à l'assassinat de catholiques à Belfast.
  • The South Armagh Republican Action Force sometimes called simply the Republican Action Force was an Irish republican paramilitary group that was active from September 1975 to April 1977 during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Its area of activity was mainly the southern part of County Armagh. According to writers such as Ed Moloney and Richard English, it was a covername used by some members of the Provisional IRA South Armagh Brigade. The journalist Jack Holland, alleged that members of the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) were also involved in the group. During the same time that the South Armagh Republican Action Force was active the INLA carried out at least one sectarian attack that killed Protestant civilians using the covername "Armagh People's Republican Army". According to Malcolm Sutton's database at CAIN, the South Armagh Republican Action Force was responsible for 24 deaths during the conflict, all of whom were classified as civilians.
  • South Armagh Republican Action Force (SARAF) var en irländsk paramilitär grupp som var aktiv 1975-1977. Historieforskare tror detta är en täckmantel för en grupp i Provisoriska IRA. Forskarna tror också att gruppen är skyldig till 24 mord på protestantiska civila. Den 5 januari 1976 inträffade Kingsmillmassakern, gruppens mest spektakulära dåd. Efter det kritiserades de av Gerry Adams (medlem i Sinn Féins partistyrelse) för att attackera civila, och efter det upplöstes gruppen året därpå.
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