martyr operation


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Noun1.martyr operation - killing or injuring others while annihilating yourselfmartyr operation - killing or injuring others while annihilating yourself; usually accomplished with a bomb
mission, charge, commission - a special assignment that is given to a person or group; "a confidential mission to London"; "his charge was deliver a message"
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11 Second phase On January 2, 2015, the second major phase of the Right of the Martyr operation was launched.
Here, the other relevant parts of the story are the less empyrean but concrete global material/information flows and forces that underlie such grief-inducing violence by bringing in architects of rage, indoctrination specialists/handlers, arms/explosives/ammunition, and lots of cash, without which no martyr operation would be possible anywhere.
"After waiting for the authorities to do something about the Houthis we decided to take matters into our hands and launch our first martyr operation against them.
The statement reportedly describes Australia as ''one of the worst enemies of God'' and calls the bombing, in which nine Indonesians were killed, a martyr operation carried out to settle accounts.
In a videotaped farewell message, Mahmoud, dressed like Massoud in a olive-green combat fatigues, said: "With this martyr operation, we respond to Zionist enemy's aggression and massacres ...
The statement explained that the organisation was able to break Ibrahim's security barricade through a suicide bomber who performed the "martyr operation".
"We're giving you the good news that the number of brothers ready for martyrdom is very large and, with God's grace, the brothers who are demanding martyr operations are increasing," an anonymous IS commander was quoted as saying.
In this message, the sovereign expressed to the members of the deceased's family his heartfelt condolences and sincere compassion following the loss of one of the symbols of resistance in Casablanca who launched the first martyr operations after the exile of late King Mohammed V.