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Youssef also rejected what he called the media's portrayal of the revolutionaries as isolated from the public.
Abdulkareem Thua'ail, head of the General Revolutionary Detainees Council, told the Yemen Times that several violations were committed against the revolutionaries such as unjust detention and torture.
He explained that the programme of integration of the revolutionaries in the institutions of the state is witnessing a great development, noting that nearly 15 thousand of the revolutionaries joined the Ministry of Interior, while (10) thousands of others joined the Ministry of Defense.
The attempt is the sixth since the city fell into the hands of revolutionaries," Al Misrati said.
According to Hart, "he [Castro] was already the natural leader of the new generations of young revolutionaries, as well as of broad sectors of the population" (p.
Boudin and her fellow well-educated, upper-middle-class revolutionaries had numerous ridiculous ideas.
Morris did what he could to help the king keep it together, and when the heads started rolling, tie stowed some highborn acquaintances in his apartments and bluffed out the bloodthirsty revolutionaries who soon came knocking.
I found two revolutionaries up in the Hollywood hills last week.
The controversy immediately following the opening of We Righteous Bombers (1969) forced the closing of the New Lafayette, as Hay relates with suspense, through threats of arson by local revolutionaries who felt the cause of black liberation had been egregiously misrepresented.
Thus the Soviet Union became not just the model and inspiration for would-be revolutionaries around the world; it became revolution itself, a star too bright to look at directly but one that would light the hopes of legions who had no other light.
French puppet regime of Mobutu was finally overthrown, precisely by a guerrilla army, led by one of the revolutionaries with whom Che collaborated.
Haberer's theory thus marks a radical departure from the conventional historical perspective which suggests that such so-called 'assimilationist' Jews became revolutionaries despite, rather than because of, their religious affiliation.

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