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Activism

A doctrine or practice that emphasises vigourous non-violent action as a force to meet political ends.
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The imprisoned Bahraini activists in a statement reiterated that the health situations of Secretary General of Islamic Al-Wafa Party Abdulwahab Hussain, Head of Haq Movement Hasan Mushaima, political activist Mohammad Javad Parviz and human rights activist Abdel Jalil al-Sankis were worrying.
Earlier this month, a prominent Bahraini political activist underlined that the Manama regime is by no means accountable to its crimes, massacre and torture of Bahrain's people.
By Nadia Dashti KUWAIT, Jan 12 (KUNA) -- Kuwaiti female political activists unanimously agreed, on Thursday, that women should be given more opportunities to participate in the political life in the country.
Yet, the political activists are always playing the fear factor nuclear bomb card.
The first major biography of political activist and environmentalist Morris Udall, Mo: The Life And Times Of Morris K.
Beth was also the mother of Regina's former fiance, Son Shine, a political activist who perished in the 9/11 attacks.
Thanks to the meticulous research and dedicated efforts of John Edgar Tidwell, the works of reporter, columnist, editor, critic, political activist, and poet Frank Marshall Davis have now entered their third life.
Richard Nixon famously remarked, 'As goes Brazil, so goes Latin America,"' recalled Brazilian political activist Gerald Brant in the May issue of Brazzil.
The organization is also increasingly concerned about the judicial system's treatment of political activist Jaggi Singh, who may have been punished for his activism.
In years to come, more credence may well be given to many of the arguments in this book, which originally were widely thought to be the shrill ravings of a marginalized political activist.
And, unlike the 1964 killings in Philadelphia, Mississippi, it wasn't aimed at an agitator or political activist but a teenage boy.
Thea Douglas (Moloney), a political activist with a spiritual bent, is irresistibly drawn to and distanced by him.

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