The IRA veteran and the daughter of a slain MP who preached peace to Israelis
'Suddenly,' Jo Berry says, 'I began to see the human face. The image of the terrorist faded and was replaced by the image of a man.'
She is the bereaved daughter of the British member of Parliament who was one of five people killed in one of the biggest terror attacks in the history of the Irish Republican Army - an attack meant to kill the prime minister at the time, Margaret Thatcher. He is the man who planted the bomb in that attack, at the Grand Hotel in Brighton in 1984, where members of the Conservative Party were gathered for a...
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