resistance movement

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resistance movement

An organized effort by some portion of the civil population of a country to resist the legally established government or an occupying power and to disrupt civil order and stability.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Force Major General Qassem Soleimani underlined that the US attempts to annihilate the Lebanese resistance group Hezbollah have all proved futile.
BEIRUT, Jan 18 (KUNA) -- Israeli reconnaissance and warplanes intensified their flights over the occupied Shebaa Farms and Golan Heights, in wake of the Israeli raid that targeted a Hezbollah resistance group in the region of Qunaiterah in Syria, it was reported Sunday.
He finished his schooling and in 1941, when he was seventeen, the Nazis occupied France and he helped form a resistance group, using his other senses to solidify the group and their objectives.
When the Nazis invade Belgium, Nicole and her childhood friend Anton fight back, joining a Resistance group.
Hariri said Hezbollah's involvement in Syria disregarded the interests of Lebanon as a whole, but particularly the people of south Lebanon, the Bek Valley and the southern suburbs of Beirut, all strongholds of the resistance group.
A drone also targeted a Palestinian resistance group near the Khaznadar station northwest Gaza, and injured one policeman.
Summary: Lebanon's Shiite resistance group Hezbollah has rockets capable of reaching major Israeli cities, Israel's army chief of staff Lieutenant General Gabi Ashkenazi said on Tuesday.
Summary: Amid continued clashes between Houthi fighters and Yemeni troops in northern Yemen, members of the Shiite resistance group have said they seized several key government positions in Saada province on Wednesday.
Israel fears the possibility that the Lebanese resistance group Hizbullah could obtain Russian cruise missiles from the Syrian army, the Beirut influential daily AN NAHAR reported Tuesday.
But her war really began in September, 1943, when she was dropped from an RAF Halifax, near Chateauroux, Loire, and was codenamed Pauline by a very active Resistance group, whose importance in the 300 square miles between Toulouse and Orleans grew as D-Day approached.
Brought into the resistance group by a childhood friend, Annette takes part in missions that include sabotaging Nazi trains and helping crews from downed airplanes escape to England.
One recent commercial feature film which centres on a students' resistance group in Munich is Sophie Scholl.