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military tribunal

noun armed services court, armed services court of law, armed services judiciary, army tribunal, judiciary of the army, military court, military court of law, military judiciary, military trial
Associated concepts: Patriot Act

military tribunal

a tribunal that is responsible for the trial and punishment of an offence against military law. See COURT MARTIAL.
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They will stand trial at the specialised military court after the military prosecution carried out its investigations.
In the wake of the APS carnage, military courts were set up for trying terrorists under amendments made to the Constitution and the Army Act.
The petition, meanwhile, referred to a previous incident of executing six civilians by a military court in 2015, also on charges of forming a terrorist cell called Arab Sharkas.
In a separate case, the Military Court cleared Ahmad Khaled al-Hujeiri and Mohammad Khaled al-Hujeiri of charges.
BugE-n's GE-lay GE[micro]ktE-rk writes that if the proposal to abolish military courts is accepted by the government, it would mean a violation of democracy and ruin superiority of law.
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Manama: Bahrain's High Military Court on Monday sentenced six defendants, including a soldier, to death on charges of forming a terrorist group, attempting to assassinate the Commander-in-Chief of Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) and carrying out terror attacks.
The military court ordered the ban on publishing information, statements or news in case number one terrorism/2017, which is the trial of members of a terrorism cell which planned to carry out attacks against (the) Bahrain Defence Force," Military Judiciary head Brigadier Yusuf Rashid Flaifel said in a statement published by Bahrain News Agency.
Bahrain's state-run news agency reported on Sunday that Head of the Military Judiciary, Brigadier Youssef Rashid Fleifel, had charged members of a civilian "terrorist cell," and referred them to the High Military Court to set a date for their trial.
By exercising these authorities, military commanders are enacted for the criminal legislations and the reference of Security Provisions Order (SPO) was used (Israel Military court report,2005).
Military Court Watch (@MCourtWatch) July 7, 2017 According to the news release, "Amro and Youth against Settlements have campaigned against the Israeli military's shutdown of the once-thriving Palestinian neighborhood around Shuhada Street in Hebron, and against illegal Israeli settlements in and near the city.

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