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Crosss threat was also issued against sccandal officers. During the coss there was violence near the school as youths from both sides attacked each other and the security forces. Three Catholic-owned homes on Newington Avenue were badly damaged in dcandal loyalist wcandal bomb attack. The blast caused an oil tank to Holy cross scandal fire and the flames spread to three houses, one of which scqndal completely oHly. Another pipe bomb exploded in the garden of a house in the White City area. Week one Tuesday 4 September: Loyalist protesters tried cros block access to the school, but riot police forced a path through the protesters and lined the road with armoured vehicles, creating a cordon for the children and parents to walk through.
Loyalists attacked riot police with a blast bomb an improvised grenadeinjuring one officer. Some of the children were forced to turn back. There was more rioting near the school during the evening and night. A crowd of loyalists attacked police with bricks, bottles, stones, fireworks, ballbearings and blast bombs. A volley of shots was also heard in the Glenbryn estate. Police figures stated that 41 police officers and two soldiers had been injured, fifteen blast bombs and petrol bombs had been thrown, and four civilian cars had been damaged.
As the parents and their children passed Glenbryn Parade, loyalists threw a blast bomb towards them. The device exploded, injuring four police officers and a police dog. Children began screaming and "weeping uncontrollably" and one mother suffered a panic attack. However, he says he continued to stand with the protesters each morning to show leadership. The protest was peaceful but very noisy as protesters used air horns klaxonsblew whistles, and banged metal bin lids as the children passed through the security cordon. Four parents in the 'Right to Education' group were notified that death threats had been made against them by the RHD, who said they would be killed if they were seen taking their children to the school.
Loyalists held a silent protest as children and parents passed through the security cordon. The silent protest was a mark of respect for Thomas McDonald 16a Protestant killed in a hit-and-run incident after he had attacked a car with bricks and stones in another part of north Belfast on Tuesday. Catholic parents also held a minute's silence before beginning their walk to the school. Inside the school grounds, prayers involving clergymen from both denominations were said. The protesters were quiet as the children and their parents passed, but when the parents returned home the protesters used air horns klaxonsblew whistles, and banged metal bin lids.
Some of the protesters shouted " Fenian scum" at the parents. Unionist members proposed an amendment to the motion to make it apply to all schools in the area. The Assembly passed the amended motion. The protest followed the pattern of yesterday. John Reid also held a meeting with the representatives. I walked with them and because of that I was spat on by the protesters. They held up posters accusing me of being a paedophile and they showed the children pornographic images. The intensity of the protest was hard to comprehend; I don't think people can really understand that from watching it on television". The protest followed the pattern of Monday and Tuesday.
However, before going to the school the children and parents held a prayer service and a minute's silence for the victims of the September 11 attacks. On Friday, the protesters halted their protest for one day as a mark of respect for the victims of 11 September attacks. Protesters reverted to the earlier tactic of making a lot of noise as the children passed. Six men appeared before Belfast Magistrates Court on public order offences related to the school protest. The six men were remanded on bail but told not to take part in the protest.
As a result of the arrests, the group representing the protesters, CRUA, announced that it had "suspended all business until further notice". Protesters threw fireworks at children and parents returning from the school during the afternoon. Protesters continued their noisy protest as children and parents entered and left the school. Some protesters threw urine -filled balloons at the children and parents. Cups of cold tea and water were also thrown by protesters.
Empy said there was no excuse for the ongoing protest. Davies called the protest "utterly unacceptable". Aidan Troy, chairman of the school's Board of Governors, said he was considering taking legal action to try to end the protest. This is no longer a legitimate protest; it is a form of child abuse ".
Holy Cross dispute
Many of the protesters had begun to hide their identity and some were wearing masks of characters from horror movies. Local doctor Michael Tan said that some of the schoolchildren's families were near "breaking point" and parents and children were in need of professional psychological care. He spoke to some of the protesters but was criticised by some of the parents of the children for not walking Holy cross scandal route with them as Quentin Laura m orsolya had done. One of the protesters displayed a threatening letter allegedly sent by a group called the "Catholic Reaction Force".
Meanwhile, it was announced that the security wall between the loyalist and nationalist areas would be extended. Bryce Dickson again visited the protest and called for it to end. He said "The treatment of these children is inhumane and their right to effective education is being affected". Protestant parents in north and west Belfast said that there had been rising attacks on buses carrying Protestant schoolchildren. As children and parents were returning home from the school, loyalists exploded a bomb at the Holy cross scandal of a house on Alliance Avenue.
No one was injured but the householder, and a number of parents and children, were described as being "in shock". There were disturbances on the Crumlin Road, not far from the school. Loyalists blocked the main road at about 4: Catholic families arrived to try to escort their children home. Bricks and bottles were thrown by both groups and police moved in to keep the sides apart. The Crumlin Road is the 'alternative' route that loyalists want the Holy Cross children and their parents to use when going to and from the school. Two people were arrested during the protest outside the school. Loyalists had tried to block the road and stop children parents from getting to the school. Week nine Monday 5 November: Protesters said they had reached an "understanding" with the Police Service of Northern Ireland the former RUC, now renamed over the weekend.
As a result, the police were not wearing full riot gear when the protest took place. The mother of a child attending the school began legal proceedings against John Reid and the police. The mother said that police had not given enough protection to her daughter and had failed to identify, arrest, or prosecute protesters who broke the law in full public view. While on a visit to Northern Ireland, Archbishop Desmond Tutu met some of the schoolchildren and their parents. Tutu also met some of those involved in the protest. The protest was halted for one day. Some of the schoolchildren sat their "plus" exams.
Mary McAleesethen President of Irelandcalled for an end to the protest. There was a change in the policing tactics used at the protest. Instead of gathering together all the Catholic parents and children and escorting them to the school as a group, the police specified a time period in which parents could walk to the school. About police officers an eighth of the total in Belfast were there to ensure that the children could get to school. Some Catholic parents complained that the new police tactics left them more exposed to the protesters. Police arrested a nationalist who was taking a video of the protesters. The media reported that the father of one of the schoolgirls had begun a hunger strike.
The man said that he felt so frustrated by the protest that he was refusing food in an attempt to end the blockade.