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Today at long last we are starting upon the road - I emphasise starting - which I believe will take us to lasting peace in our Province …
Today we salute Ulster's honored and unaging dead - the innocent victims, that gallant band, members of both religions, Protestant and Roman Catholic, strong in their allegiance to their differing political beliefs, Unionist and Nationalist, male and female, children and adults, all innocent victims of the terrible conflict …
I have sensed a great sigh of relief amongst all our people who want the hostility to be replaced with neighborliness …
I believe that Northern Ireland has come to a time of peace, a time when hate will no longer rule. How good it will be to be part of a wonderful healing in our Province.
Ian Paisley
Speech as First Minister at Stormont on return of devolution to Northern Ireland, May 8 2007.
People have come out of a dark tunnel and they can see there is a path out there for us. I think it has put a lot of faith and hope into people.
Ian Paisley
On eve of being sworn in as First Minister at the start of a new era of power sharing between DUP and Sinn Fein, May 7 2007.
I better shake hands with this man and give you a firm grip.
Ian Paisley
Shaking Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern's hand for first time in public, April 2007.
Today, we can confidently state that we are making progress to ensure that our two countries can develop and grow side by side in a spirit of generous cooperation. Old barriers and threats have been, and are being, removed daily.
Ian Paisley
After historic handshake with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, April 2007.
We must not allow our loathing of the tragedies of the past to become a barrier to a better future.
Ian Paisley
Agreeing to historic power-sharing deal in Northern Ireland, March 2007.
I don't like the President of the Irish Republic… because she is dishonest.
Ian Paisley
About President Mary McAleese, February 2006.
We are not going into government with Sinn Fein.
Ian Paisley
September 27 2005, after the confirmation of IRA's decommissioning of its arms.
We do not know how many guns, the amount of ammunition and explosives were decommissioned, nor were we told how the decommissioning was carried out. There were no photographs, no detailed inventory, and no detail on the destruction of these arms. To describe today's statement as transparent would be the falsehood of the century.
Ian Paisley
On IRA decommissioning of weapons, September 2005.
Talk about dancing at Christmas on the graves of Ulster dead, and to be given the facility so to dance by the British prime minister . . . Here we saw the godfathers of those who planned the bombing of Downing Street, standing outside there and piously pretending they were engaged in a search for peace.
Ian Paisley
December 11 1997, reacting to the Downing Street meeting of Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams and British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
I will never sit down with Gerry Adams . . . he'd sit with anyone. He'd sit down with the devil. In fact, Adams does sit down with the devil.
Ian Paisley
Independent, February 13 1997.
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Ian Paisley: Northern Ireland born British politician, church leader, founding member of Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster and founder of Democratic Unionist Party. Born 1926.


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