change of direction

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Synonyms for change of direction

the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented

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However, earlier on Sunday, former Supreme Court Judge Eliyahu Winograd, who headed a 2007 committee to investigate Israel's shortcomings in the 2006 Lebanon war, warned that an Israeli strike on Iran "may endanger the future of the economy.
I remember the 2006 Lebanon War, when families approached our office crying, wanting us to bring back their stranded son, daughter, wife, husband, mother or father.
Grapel emigrated to Israel in 2005 from New York and served in its military in the 2006 Lebanon war.
Israel denied that Grapel, who emigrated from New York in 2005 and was wounded as an Israeli paratrooper in the 2006 Lebanon war, was a spy.
The United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) is tasked with assisting the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) in asserting the Lebanese government's sovereignty in the south after the 2006 Lebanon War.
Hermoine Macura travelled across the Arab region for seven years to capture the multitude of faces that make up the Middle East, which ranges from showing the hardship of children in occupied Jerusalem who have to work to sustain their family, as well as war victims who became disfigured in the 2006 Lebanon War.
Its development was stepped up after the 2006 Lebanon war.
Bishara is a former Knesset member whom Israeli security had accused him of assisting Hezbollah during the 2006 Lebanon war.
The summer 2006 Lebanon war erupted after economic sanctions were imposed on Tehran, and there is nothing preventing such a scenario from being repeated, a scenario which produced a "victory" Iran and its allies still boast of.
He and his colleagues point to the 2006 Lebanon war as a case in point.
Abrahams said that Israel's past use of the munitions in the 2006 Lebanon war and repeated warnings of the proximity of their shelling to populations meant they knew the danger they were subjecting Palestinians to.
After the 2006 Lebanon war, Israel was itching to take on Hizbollah again, but did not yet have a military option against it.
According to Cordesman, Israel appears to be repeating "the same massive failures" as in the 2006 Lebanon war.
The 2006 Lebanon war affirmed for Israel that killing innocent Muslims would get them US backing.
The lesson Olmert learned from the 2006 Lebanon war is that overwhelming firepower is not enough.