An Irish political and cultural society founded about 1905 to promote political and economic independence from England, unification of Ireland, and a renewal of Irish culture. It now constitutes the political branch of the Irish Republican Army.
Sinn Fein was founded by Arthur Griffith in 1905. Its current president is Gerry Adams.
Slogan: "Building an Ireland of Equals"
Ideology: Left-wing nationalism
The political arm of the Provisional Irish Republican Army. Recognized as a legitimate political party in both the Republic of Ireland and the six occupied counties in the north.
Gerry Adams is the current leader of Sinn Fein.
we alone or us alone or we ourselves
- sinn (we / us)
- sinne (ourselves)
- fein (self, herself, himself; adj own
fein is a difficult word as it is used reflexiviely.
Political Wing On The Irish Catholic Terrorists Called The IRA
Apologists For Terrorism