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He added: "armed clashes erupted between the two parties resulted in the martyrdom of Ghassan al-Majam'ai, the leader of the awakening of the region and two of his bodyguards and wounding three civilians.
Having severed the connection between the Awakening and the Revolution, Kidd attributes to the eighteenth-century revivals a twofold historical significance.
Alastair Campbell, the director of the Royal Institute for Defence and Security Studies, told Al Jazeera that the move to hand control of the Awakening groups to the Iraqi government would be tricky and needed to be carefully overseen by the US.
He added that the safety of the Awakening forces and their families falls under the jurisdiction of the Iraqi security forces.
A suicide car bomber attacked a checkpoint controlled by the army and the Awakening," said the army.
The Awakening serves a dual purpose in providing two strong female heroines: Kate Chopin, who chose to write in opposition to conventional society, and Edna Pontellier, who grows to become an independent, passionate, intelligent woman and learns to put herself above everything else.
The first volume introduces the main characters and lays out the basics of the plot, which looks to be complex (the explanation of what the Awakening is should be a doozy).
This vision scope is a very cool device that allows you to see in the dark worth pounds 250 and not actually available in the shops, plus a copy of the fabulous Unreal II: The Awakening on PC worth pounds 34.
NANCY WALKER reminds us that in 1956 Kenneth Eble described The Awakening as `a forgotten novel'.
Ramadi / NINA / A security source said that six elements of the awakening, including a leading figure, were killed due to the fall of the mortar shells fired by the Daash organization targeting the government complex in central Ramadi.
In interviews across the nation on Mar 29, leaders of the Awakening Councils, who linked with US forces to fight the Sunni insurgent group al-Qaeda in Iraq, expressed anger at both the US military and Iraq's government over what they viewed as a politically motivated betrayal.