Why didn’t the IRA ever bomb an aeroplane?
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
And in 21 September 1978 they destroyed 4 RAF planes in Eglington.
- tc.brown56Lv 53 weeks ago
Because they were not terrorists just looking to kill as many people as they could. Their attacks were usually targeted against the British government or the Loyalist paramilitaries. If they were planning on attacking a public location, they would call the Northern Ireland police and tell them about it about an hour or so before the bomb was set to explode so that civilians could be evacuated.
- Spider-ManLv 73 weeks ago
They weren't that mad like the Muslims.
- BearLv 73 weeks ago
They couldn't make a ladder tall enough!
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- Lord BaconLv 73 weeks ago
They were terrorists, not suicidal. It is not easy to get a bomb on an aeroplane unless you are there too ... and even then it is not at all easy. It was easier to kill the innocent general public in English pubs or busy railway stations, largely financed by American donations.
- RoLv 73 weeks ago
They couldn't develop a flying bomb?