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Golan people in Damascus Countryside stress unshakable support for army
That with an iron-will, an unshakable belief in justice and endless patience right can defeat wrong.
Refraining from violence, then, is not a sign of weakness in one's faith; it is absolutely the opposite, a sign that one's faith is unshakable.
Our sacrifices remain unparalleled and our resolve unshakable, the spokesperson said.
He pointed out that the Union will take the necessary steps, pointing out that "our will to emancipate information is unshakable and will never back down in the face of whatever challenges that the Tunisian journalists are confronting.
He ranges across a broad array of Christian theological topics, but writes that the whole discussion is based on one simple premise, "that to be human at all is to live with an unshakable confidence in the meaning and worth of life.
The talks with Barak, a former prime minister, were "an opportunity to reiterate our unshakable commitment to Israel's security," Toner said.
Haiti has long been both a source of immense pride--because of the Haitian Revolution--and of profound disappointment--because of the unshakable realities of poverty, political instability, and violence--to the imagination of the African Diaspora.
They stressed the White House unshakable commitment to Israel's security, including through its continued support for Israel's military and the security cooperation between the two governments.
Sarikamis Martyrdom, the Caucasus Front Martyrdom, is an unshakable monument of our history, civilization and brotherhood," Erdogan said during the ceremonies held in the eastern province of Kars to commemorate the 86th anniversary of Sarikamis Battle.
This is an unequivocal and unshakable Egyptian stance," Abul Ghei added.