Nonresisting


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Non`re`sist´ing


a.1.Not making resistance.
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At the same time, I did not want to commit Catholics to aspects of peacemaking that they do not endorse, specifically the nonresisting pacifism characteristic historically of Mennonites and other peace-church members such as the Quakers.
They said they were swayed by a 17-minute videotape taken by a neighbor that failed to back up the deputies' claims and showed deputies hitting nonresisting civilians, who were lying face down.
After a section called "SUPPRESSION OF FOREIGN CRITICISM" which tells of the Japanese killing thirty and decapitating two nonresisting "volunteers," Cha discusses the continuing problem with historical discourse: