This selective targeting of militant networks serves to undermine the overall agenda of “eliminating militancy and restoring peace”.
Saudi officials have said this year they are concerned about a rise in domestic Islamist militancy due to conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
While Volgograd lies 700 kilometres northeast of Sochi, the two cities are essentially neighbours in a hotbed of militancy and terrorism.
Saudi officials have said this year they are concerned about a rise in domestic Islamist militancy due to the conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
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Correspondents say they will refresh concerns about Pakistan’s strategy for dealing with militancy, with the government keen to pursue peace talks.
Trotsky did not condone Grynszpan’s tactics but he respected his militancy.
The growing dispute over Kashmir also lead to the rise of militancy in the state.
They do, however, promote militancy and self defense through the lyrics of their songs.
The songs denounced political injustice and unfairness becoming intrinsically a form of militancy.
As a result, the situation in Punjab deteriorated into anarchy with a rise in radicalised militancy.
For the next twenty years Fenians and physical-force militancy ceased to play a role in Irish politics.
Kahanism is often associated with militancy and a tacit acceptance of, if not outright support for, violence.
Overcrowding and increased African American militancy by veterans contributed to the visible racial frictions.
However, the increasing militancy among the students began to dissuade the bus drivers of the students’ motives.
It was a term that was brought into popular consciousness by the newspapers referring to the political militancy of the time.
However, militancy in the state has been on the decline since 1996, and the situation has become increasingly peaceful in recent years.