Associated movements


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(Physiol.) consensual movements which accompany voluntary efforts without our consciousness.
- Dunglison.

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Since toppling the MB-affiliated Mohamed Morsi from president post in 2013, Egypt has suffered dozens of terrorist and violent acts conducted by the Muslim Brotherhood group and its associated movements," Kholy added.
The current operation is intended to target al-Qaeda and its associated movements, both foreign and domestic, including the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, the Chechen Islamic Jihad Union and Emirate-e-Kaukav, as well as the East Turkistan Islamic Movement and other various factions of the TTP.
Al Qaeda and its associated movements remain a significant threat," said spokesperson Josh Jacques in a statement.
The war against the Soviets in Afghanistan, sectarian conflicts in Indonesia, and violence in the southern Philippines were crucial to radicalizing, training and mobilizing the JI network, said a November 2011 report that examined the historical development and future prospects for al-Qaida and its associated movements.
As KAF's flight safety champion, she mitigated a taxi hazard by removing T-walls to improve ramp/taxiway visibility and served as a stake holder on the Infrastructure Planning Board, ensuring that de-scope associated movements did not impact flight operations.
In this volume he describes the nature and activities of Al Qaeda and associated movements (AQAM), describing how it has evolved from a small, centralized group based in Afghanistan into a geographically-broad, ideological entity that does not depend on a centralized leadership and instead is characterized by a system of regional emirs and local consultative consuls.
Second, as state sponsorship is a likely path for al Qaeda and associated movements to acquire fissile material or nuclear weapons, we recognize the important role nuclear weapons may play in deterring state sponsors of terrorism.
It also seeks certification from the Defence Secretary that Pakistan is committed to supporting counterterrorism operations against Al-Qaeda, its associated movements, the Haqqani Network, dismantling improvised explosive device (IED) networks, interdicting precursor chemicals used in the manufacture of IEDs, and preventing proliferation of nuclear-related material and expertise.
Indeed, this is why al-Qa'ida has invested so much of its energy in recent years to strengthening the capabilities of its allied, affiliated or associated movements in Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia in particular--and over the past three years in Nigeria and surrounding West African countries as well.
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