I started the discussion. I set the terms of it, not you. Altnaveigh was carried out by Irish Republicans. The year it happened in is irrelevant.
No argument about its moral equivalence to ISIS from you.
Deliberate civilian slaughter based on religion.
You can come up with any justification you want.
ISIS can do the same.
It's irrelevant who it was.
Darkley, like Kingsmills, was also claimed to be "retaliation".
So why is Darkley equivalent to ISIS but Kingsmills not?
A no warning bomb in a pub. A pub means civilians.
Fair enough, if there was a warning.
How so? I'm an Irish Republican who votes Sinn Fein, whereas I despise ISIS.
Given that, one might expect me to be making the opposite argument to what I'm making, ie. what you're arguing, but that wouldn't be an honest argument.
What about the Lee Rigby murder? He was a British soldier. What's your stance on whether that was morally equivalent to IRA killings of British soldiers in Britain?