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What do these worthies But rob and spoil, burn, slaughter, and enslave Peaceable nations, neighbouring or remote, Made captive, yet deserving freedom more Than those their conquerors, who leave behind Nothing but ruin wheresoe'er they rove, And all the flourishing works of peace destroy; Then swell with pride, and must be titled Gods, Great benefactors of mankind, Deliverers, Worshipped with temple, priest, and sacrifice?
It can never be made captive or controlled, as it has its own pace.
KAByL (CyHAN)- A total of 10 militants were killed and 10 others made captive as units of Special Forces raided Taliban hideouts in Chardara district of the northern Kunduz province Tuesday night, an army spokesman in the province, Ghulam Hazrat Karimi said Wednesday.
Already the air force seems to be in the hands of the militants and there are reports that Hadi's defense minister has been made captive.
Further, the attempt to nab the animal turned to be so slipshod that it died soon after being made captive.
Governor Syed Anwar Rahmati told Pajhwok Afghan News the police officials were made captive after they ran out of ammunition during a clash with Taliban.
Eulogizing the contributions of tribesmen for independence of Kashmir and security of Pakistan, he said the residents of the areas where operation was being conducted, had always played front line role in defence of the country but they were made captive by terrorists.
Shikarpur police recovered two abductees, who were made captive since May 28 while Kashmore police freed two captives near Gehalpur who were abducted on June 30, the statement said.
The operations had covered Baghlan, Wardak, Logar, Kandahar, Ghazni, Nangarhar and Saripul provinces, during which 25 more militants sustained injuries and 13 others made captive, according to the ministry, Xinhua reported.
Photographer O'Brien returned from having been made captive in Afghanistan while on assignment for Life Magazine in 1989.
Therefore, his argument challenges Walter Rodney and Boubacar Barry's notions that most of the slaves who passed through Bissau and Cacheu and into the Atlantic were made captive in the more distant interior and were the products of wars waged by states, especially the Mandinka state of Kaabu and a Fula state on the Futa Jallon plateau.