UYM

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UYMUlster Young Militants (UK)
UYMUrban Youth Ministries (community outreach group; Holland, MI)
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Some hard-edged political paintings survive, notably the Bobby Sands mural on the side of the Sinn Fein office in Falls Road and the Shankill estate, the murals dedicated to Ulster Freedom Fighters, Ulster Defence Association members and Ulster Young Militants.
The statement, read by the UPRG's Tommy Kirkham, said: "In order to provide the required space in which these objectives can be further pursued, the Ulster Freedom Fighters, the Ulster Defence Association and the Ulster Young Militants have agreed to the indefinite extension of their military inactivity."
'We are pleased with the reaction to the UDA, Ulster Freedom Fighters and Ulster Young Militants' statement,' he said.
In a statement issued through its political front, the Ulster Political Research Group, the UDA declared: "As from February 21, 2003, all units of the Ulster Freedom Fighters, the Ulster Defence Association and the Ulster Young Militants in mainland Britain and in Northern Ireland have begun to observe a 12-month period of military inactivity.
His face was removed from the gable-wall painting in Templemore Avenue near the loyalist Newtownards Road - and replaced with the clenched fist symbol of the Ulster Young Militants.
Police sources said top members of the Ulster Young Militants - the youth wing of the UDA - often wear Celtic jerseys.
The 16-year-old, who was a member of the UDA's youth wing, the Ulster Young Militants, died just five days short of his 17th birthday.
He added: "We are pleased with the reaction to the UDA, UFF and Ulster Young Militants' statement.
It is believed they are put there by teenage terrorists, possibly members of the UDA youth wing, the Ulster Young Militants.
He had joined the Ulster Young Militants at 16 and was involved with neo-nazi groups before eventually taking control of the UDA.
Police sources said members of the Ulster Young Militants, the UDA youth wing, often disguise themselves in the Catholic club's colours.
Glen Branagh, 16, a member of the Ulster Young Militants, died when the bomb he was holding exploded in his hand during riots in North Belfast last November.