Published Tuesday, 29 July 2014
The village of Derrylin witnessed several IRA killings during the Troubles and there is concern that the march will cause widespread offence.
Sinn Féin, however, have said the event - which is expected to attract thousands of people - will be dignified.
The South East Fermanagh Foundation, which represents victims, met with the Parades Commission on Tuesday to discuss its determination.
Kenny Donaldson is from the group, he said: "There is a great deal of concern among families of the bereaved in the Derrylin community and also the law abiding community.
"The event will amount to a glorification of terrorism and people are very exercised that, in an area that has suffered greatly over the years during the Troubles, this type of event should come to their doorstep."
He added: "Glorification of terror fests are systemic right across society and they are not right.
"The justification of weaponry and terror in the past needs to be addressed. People use it to 'land one' as they would see it on the other side.
"It is brutal and it is inhumane.
"It will take both the British and Irish governments to act because there is a real danger for our future generations and a real threat to sustainable peace.
"This issue can't be dodged any longer, there needs to be action."
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