Adams at East Belfast loyalist funeral as Paisley condemned- from a Free Presbyterian pulpit

The peace process may be experiencing some difficulties at present, but if anything indicates how far things have travelled in recent times, two occurences in the past week should suffice. Yesterday, Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams was among the mourners at the funeral of UVF-aligned PUP leader, David Ervine.
Last weekend, history was made as the leader and founder of the Free Presbyterian church, Ian Paisley, found himself being condemned from the pulpit of a Free Presbyterian church by Rev. Ivan Foster.

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