armed action

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AMMAN, June 17 (KUNA) -- The Syrian Army announced on Saturday ceasing armed action in the southern city of Deraa for 48 hours "in support of national conciliation efforts.
They were even training to engage in armed action in a student section of the Binnenlandsche Strijdkrachten (Home Guards).
Asked what the most effective way of establishing an independent Palestinian state next to Israel would be, 42% said armed action and 29% said negotiation.
The threat of armed action may not deter Russia since it has foreseen the possibility of that happening.
Zeidan's government had threatened armed action, even an air strike, to prevent the tanker getting away with its cargo of oil bought from the rebels' self-declared autonomous regional government without the authorisation of the state-owned Libyan National Oil Corporation.
Not because our army is not capable of tackling these elements but due to the very fact that any armed action will overburden our already crumbling economy.
As per media reports, in a joint statement issued here after a crucial meeting, held under the chair of Maulana Salimullah Khan, the Ulema called upon both the parties to halt armed action until the outcome of peace negotiations.
The armed action weakens the regime and enhances the chances of the intifada (uprising) in the framework of the integration and cohesion of roles, taking into account the fascist nature of the regime which fully controls the state apparatus", he said.
Summary: Sheikh Ahmad Assir said Friday he would delay taking armed action against apartments reportedly owned by Hezbollah, as sources familiar with the issue said a two-month "truce" had been agreed to with the authorities.
Some of them would have carried out suicide attacks while others would have been incorporated into training camps prior to carrying out armed action," the government said.
Muhammed, however, stated that he and his followers were not involved in violence while residing in the UK, as they had come to be known as the 'covenant of security' under which Islamist organisations were allowed to carry out their activities, but desisted from taking armed action in the country which had given them refuge.