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  IAN PAISLEY - Professional Bigot
Paisley, have always been prominent in the electoral politics of the North, "a Protestant State for a Protestant People." Ian Paisley is the head of the Democratic Unionist Party.
Paisley was later ordered in court never to go near the girl or her family again.
Paisley berated the European Economic Community as part of a "papal plot" and the "bride of the anti-Christ." He sought the seat to the European parliament because God told him to "sit amongst the frog eaters [French] and the snail mongers [Belgians]."
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 BBC NEWS | UK | Northern Ireland | Profile: Ian Paisley
Mr Paisley has moved from not an inch, to inch by inch, to a giant leap at St Andrew's when he declared his willingness to give the deal a fair wind.
Ian Paisley's declaration since that his party "will not be found wanting" if republicans, in his words, "complete the transition to democracy and the rule of law", has been welcomed by pro-agreement politicians but it has rocked sections of his party and his traditional supporters.
In the months after this election, Ian Paisley struggled with ill-health and despite party denials he was gravely ill, admitted in 2004 that he had "walked in death's shadow".
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/6289827.stm   (1590 words)

 Ian Paisley - Wiki Ireland
Ian Paisley was born in what was then the town of Armagh, and brought up in the town of Ballymena, where his father was an independent Baptist pastor.
A common mistake is the assumption that Ian Paisley personally led an exodus from the mainstream Presbyterian Church in Ireland (the largest Protestant denomination in Northern Ireland).
Ian Paisley and his wife Eileen have three children who have followed their father into politics or religion; Kyle, into the church, their son Ian (a DUP assemblyman) and daughter Rhonda (a graduate of Bob Jones University), who served as a member of Belfast City Council but has since left politics.
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 Ian Paisley - Politics.ie Wiki
Shortly afterwards Paisley was appointed as Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church.
In particular Paisley was to target Captain Terence O'Neill, then Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, and accused him of weakening the constitutional link with Britain on account of the policies being adopted by his government.
In this capacity, Paisley was appointed to the Privy Council.
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 Ian Paisley, Jr. at AllExperts
Ian Paisley, Jr, MLA (born 1966 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a member of the Northern Ireland Assembly for the Democratic Unionist Party and an author.
Born in Belfast in 1966, Paisley is the youngest child of Ian Paisley and his wife Eileen Paisley.
In 1996, Paisley was elected to the Northern Ireland Forum for North Antrim.
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 Ian Paisley at AllExperts
Paisley has been Member of Parliament for the constituency of North Antrim since 1970, and is also a member of the Northern Ireland Assembly for the same constituency.
Ian Paisley was born in the city of Armagh, County Armagh, and brought up in the town of Ballymena, County Antrim, where his father James Kyle Paisley was an Independent Baptist pastor.
In the early 1950s permission for Ian Paisley to use Lissara Presbyterian church in Crossgar, County Down for a Gospel Mission was revoked by the local presbytery.
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 THE BLANKET * Index: Current Articles
Ian Paisley’s church for example believes that the Roman Catholic Church is the ‘whore of Babylon’ or ‘mother of Harlots’ outlined in Chapters 17 and 18 of the Book of Revelation in the Bible.
Ian Paisley and preachers like him believe that Catholicism is little more than a ‘baptised form of paganism’ or ‘idolatry’ and that Catholics worship in ‘Romanist sun temples’ or ‘Romish mass houses’.
However much Ian Paisley and others may claim to be opposed to such actions the results of the formation of such an organisation in a deeply divided society were inevitable.
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 Ian Paisley Jr. Speaks at BC - Boston College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ian Paisley Jr., a member of the Northern Ireland Assembly, addressed remarks concerning the Northern Ireland peace process to students, faculty, trustees, and other members of the Boston College community on February 25, 1999.
is the son of the Rev. Ian Paisley, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and member of the Westminster and European parliaments.
Paisley Jr.'s remarks, and questioned him quite closely on his party's policies and tactics.For more information, see the Boston College Chronicle's coverage of the event in the March 4 issue.
www.bc.edu /centers/irish/institute/news/paisley   (184 words)

 Paisley, archbishop hold meeting - Ian Paisley, Northern Ireland's hard-line Protestant leader,...
BELFAST, Northern Ireland, Oct. 9 (UPI) -- Ian Paisley, Northern Ireland's hard-line Protestant leader, and the head of the Roman Catholic Church in the province held an unprecedented meeting Monday.
Paisley, a minister and founder of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster, heads the Democratic Unionist Party, the largest Protestant party in Northern Ireland.
A spokesman for Paisley's party told the Times that his meeting with the archbishop involved politics, not religion.
www.politicalgateway.com /news/read/40952   (193 words)

 Free Presbyterian Church - Dr. Ian Paisley
Ian Richard Kyle Paisley (1926-) is Pastor of a noted Free Presbyterian congregation in Ireland.
In 1970, Paisley was elected to the North Ireland Parliament.
Ian Paisley is a strong defender of the King James Bible.
www.freepres.org /paisley.asp?paisley   (2662 words)

 Ian Paisley - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
The result of a genetic experiment to resurect the dinosaurs by splicing dino-DNA with the DNA of the rare bigot toad (maximus articulus vulgaris), Ian Paisley was born in the Armagh Planetarium, Northern Ireland, on 2nd February 1769.
Ian Paisley is also the commander-in-chief of the Deeply Upset Protestant party (DUP).
Paisley's catchphrase, "No, no, no, no, no", was the inspiration for the character of Jim Trott in the BBC sitcom The Vicar of Dibley.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Ian_Paisley   (1297 words)

 AllRefer.com - Ian Paisley (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
A leading protagonist of militant Protestantism against Roman Catholicism in Northern Ireland, Paisley was ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1946.
In 1971, Paisley founded the Democratic Unionist party, which supports total integration of Northern Ireland into the United Kingdom and condemns constitutional arrangements for a new assembly and power sharing between Protestants and Catholics.
Paisley was elected to the Northern Irish assembly in 1999.
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 Paisley Ian - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Paisley, Ian (1926- ), Northern Ireland politician, co-founder and leader since 1971 of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), and Member of...
Anger: JAMES CALLAGHAN You know, Mr Paisley, we are…, Bigotry: The Catholics have been intervening in…, Britain: I would rather be British…,...
Paisley, burgh and administrative centre of Renfrewshire unitary authority, central Scotland, on the White Cart Water, near Glasgow.
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 Ian Paisley - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Paisley, Ian, born in 1926, politician and Protestant cleric in Northern Ireland, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
Anger: JAMES CALLAGHAN You know, Mr Paisley, we are…, Bigotry: The Catholics have been intervening in…, Britain: I would rather be British…,...
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), political party based in Northern Ireland, established in Belfast by the Reverend Ian Paisley and fellow unionist...
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In 1968, when Bernadette Devlin came face to face with Ian Paisley, she told him that the Unionist state was unjust and unfair.
As Paisley was presented with a crystal ball during the proceedings on Sunday he joked ``I will not throw it at anyone, I promise you that'' - presumably because there was no one in the hall to disagree with his particular brand of fundamentalist bigotry.
He was also demonstrating the way Paisley Senior has contributed hugely to the corruption of both religion and politics in the north of Ireland.
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 Ian Paisley Cartoons
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 Ian Paisley Summary
Ian Kyle Paisley, born on April 6, 1926, was reared in the tradition of evangelical Protestantism.
Paisley opposed the Good Friday peace agreement established earlier in the year and had aimed to take a larger percentage of seats in order to close down the Assembly, thus disrupting the implementation of the peace plan.
Paisley remained a forceful spokesman and magnet for the right wing, responsible for compelling many of his opponents to become more conservative.
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 Angelqueen.org :: View topic - Ian Paisley's anti-Catholicism softens -- Belfast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ian Paisley, the founder and lifelong Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church, built his early career as a unionist politician on his attacks on the Catholic Church and its leaders.
Paisley’s trump card is that there is no Ian Paisley waiting in the wings to attack his motives, to exploit his weaknesses and to call him a traitor.
Paisley’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) wants it to be part of an oath of office to be taken by Paisley as likely First Minister in a planned power-sharing executive and by his rival and probable deputy, Sinn Fein negotiator Martin McGuinness.
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 Ian Paisley
Ian Paisley’s daughter, Rhonda, has launched legal action accusing him of sexual discrimination.
Paisley, who has previously worked for her father at the European Parliament when he was a member there, has lodged a case at the industrial tribunal offices in Belfast.
Her brother, Ian Paisley Jr., along with Alan Ewart, the party’s chief executive, DUP deputy leader Peter Robinson, and fellow MP’s Nigel Dodds, Gregory Campbell, Jeffrey Donaldson, Sammy Wilson, Irish Robinson, William McCrea along with Jim Allister have all been named in the action.
www.theirishgazette.com /Pages/paisley_suit.html   (208 words)

 Catholic World News : Ian Paisley to meet with Irish Catholic primate
But Paisley agreed to meet with a Catholic leader in hopes that he could persuade the archbishop to exert pressure on the Sinn Fein political party to accept his proposals for a power-sharing agreement in Northern Ireland.
Paisley's faction has refused to support the power-sharing plan unless Sinn Fein offers its support for the Police Service of Northern Ireland, successors to the Royal Ulster Constabulary-- a condition unlikely to be met.
Ian Paisley is the closest thing in the west to an Iranian Ayatollah.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=46827   (403 words)

 Rev Ian Paisley | Aristotle | Guardian Unlimited Politics
It is one of Ulster's many ironies that while some of the steam seems to be draining from the Rev Ian Paisley, the forces of Paisleyism seem likely to advance as Northern Ireland polarises further.
On the surface, Rev Paisley continues to be the same sulphur-and-brimstone voice of paranoid protestant unionism, still attacking the Pope and Roman Catholics but focusing against the protestant establishment in the shape of the Ulster unionists.
Dr Paisley began in politics in 1959 by forming the Ulster protestant association to prevent Belfast's dockworkers from being seduced by Gerry Fitt's Marxism.
politics.guardian.co.uk /profiles/story/0,,461469,00.html   (511 words)

 Ian Paisley vs. the Man-Worshippers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It announces Paisley's new grassroots movement to convince the British government to outlaw the practice of "harbor[ing] idolatrous statues and icons" in all churches in all areas under British rule, especially "Romish" churches.
Joining Dr. Paisley at the Paisley Podium within the Paisley Jubilee Complex's Paisley Auditorium was Rev. Dr.
Ian Paisley through a grant from the Paisley Center for Authentic Christian Arts and Culture.
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 Airstrip One by Emmanuel Goldstein
Ian Paisley shows his belief in representing his constituents in his treatment of Catholic constituents.
Paisley and his Democratic Unionist Party opposed the entry of Protestant paramilitary groups to negotiations.
Despite his anti-Catholic image it was only Ian Paisley and a few brave figures in the Catholic church, joined later by the Unionist leadership, who spoke out against the continued use of "punishment beatings" against Catholic dissidents by the IRA.
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 Sinn Fein to nominate Paisley as N.Irish leader - Boston.com
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Ian Paisley makes a statement to the media following a meeting with Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair at the Prime Minister's official residence at Downing Street in London in this October 6, 2005 file photo.
The move to propose Paisley, an outspoken critic of Catholic republicanism through decades of sectarian violence, follows a fresh bid by London and Dublin to revive the Belfast assembly and persuade Paisley to share power with nationalist rivals.
Paisley has consistently refused to sit in government with Sinn Fein, however, until he is convinced they and the IRA, which last year pledged to pursue its aim of a united Ireland through peaceful means, have given up violence for good.
www.boston.com /news/world/europe/articles/2006/05/10/sinn_fein_to_nominate_paisley_as_nirish_leader   (641 words)

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