Hundreds of demonstrators from the Sadrist Movement gathered yesterday at Sadrain Square in Najaf to protest against the secretary general of the Dawa Party, Nouri al-Maliki's comments, which follow the Sadrists, who shut down the headquarters of political parties in a number of provinces describing them of being Baathists and Fedayeen
The findings of the committee will be farreaching because they come after an upsurge of fedayeen
or suicide attacks against security force installations over the past three years.
is Arabic for "those who sacrifice," and you can probably infer the rest of the title.
Rather they assembled in small groups known to Gazans as Fedayeen
-- freedom fighters.
Nothing symbolizes Rouhani's attachment to the Khomeinist ideology of terror and repression than his administration's tributes to an octogenarian terrorist-cum-businessmen who passed away in Tehran this week--Habib-Allah Asgar-Owladi Mussulman, a founding member of the Fedayeen
Islam terror group, of which the late Ayatollah Khomeini was a member.
Ministers Apr 7 approved a draft amendment that would allow Baath party branch chiefs, or firqa-level members, to rejoin the civil service, and would provide for pension payments for many members of the Fedayeen
Saddam, a paramilitary organization loyal to the executed leader.
He initially retaliated by ordering fedayeen
attacks on Israel and later by negotiating a major arms deal with the Soviet Union to offset Israel's military preponderance.
A freedom fighter, Layth shares Tarek's impatience with camp life, and he leads him to the fedayeen
encampment where young men and women train in preparation for incursions back into Palestine.
Following every fedayeen
operation, the Israeli army would strike Gaza's refugees, inspiring yet more support and recruits for the young, but growing commando movement.
PNN On Palestinian Independence Day, Nablus Stadium had the honor of receiving the South African national team--the memorable Bafana Bafana of the 2010 World Cup--for a match against the Palestinian national team, the Fedayeen
Al-Nakhel news agency quoted informed political sources in Iraq as saying that Bahraini opposition leaders have informed Baghdad authorities that several members of the former Fedayeen
Saddam (Devotees of Saddam) group and Ba'athists are cooperating with the Saudi forces in the clampdown on the people in Bahrain.
He had led a division named Fedayeen
Saddam, founded by his father, which was notorious for its brutal practices.