change of direction

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Noun1.change of direction - the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented
change - the action of changing something; "the change of government had no impact on the economy"; "his change on abortion cost him the election"
turn - the act of turning away or in the opposite direction; "he made an abrupt turn away from her"
turnabout, reversion, turnaround, reversal, reverse - turning in the opposite direction
change of course - a change in the direction that you are moving
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Israel has in the past prosecuted two Balad figures for contacts with Palestinian fighters and accused a former party leader of helping Hezbollah guerrillas during the 2006 Lebanon war, prompting him to emigrate to Qatar.
The follow-up, "KhilKhal," released in 2006, elegantly embellished Arabic folksongs with fresh jazz and Latin flourishes, and Nahhas was thrust to regional prominence after being personally invited by Lebanese TV personality Zahi Wehbe to guest on his show "Khalik Bel Beit." A year later, having been forced out of Beirut by the 2006 Lebanon War, she performed her first headline show at Jerash.
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In 2007, Bishara fled Israel on charges of having a relationship with Hezbollah during the 2006 Lebanon war, submitting his resignation from the Knesset to the Israeli consul in Cairo, before later settling in Doha.
In a briefing to reporters, Forman said the drill was not based on a specific threat or intelligence information, but rather on lessons learned from Israel's 2006 Lebanon war, when civilians were left to their own devices.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Despite losing the 2006 Lebanon war, some Israeli army commanders foolishly promise "another victory", describing how the next war against Hezbollah could unfold, and how "ferocious" and "terrible" it will be!
Hezbollah's status in the wider Sunni Arab world has dropped precipitously since its height a decade ago after the 2006 Lebanon War. In the wake of that conflict, Hezbollah rode a wave of popular support across the region.
In Lebanon, Mughniyeh's wave of kidnappings and cross-border attacks on Israel were perceived in Lebanon as reasons for Israel's official withdrawal in 2000, as well as Hizbullah's perceived victory in the 2006 Lebanon War.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said Saturday Israel took seriously a possible retaliation over Kantar's killing and accused Iran, Hezbollah's backer, of trying to open "a terrorist front on the Golan Heights." Yaalon said Hezbollah should be mindful of the 2006 Lebanon war, when Israel responded to a spate of cross-border attacks by the militant group with a large-scale air, ground and sea offensive.
For his part, Yaghi stressed that Syria, as it is fighting its battle against terrorism, will achieve victory just as victory was attained over the Israeli enemy in 2006 Lebanon war.
Aside from occasional attacks against Israel from across the Blue Line, Hezbollah has avoided open confrontation with Israel since the 2006 Lebanon war. But Hezbollah openly claimed responsibility for the recent bombing and even acknowledged its violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701, which ended the 2006 war.
Israel has lost 63 soldiers and three civilians, its highest death toll since the 2006 Lebanon war.