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Antonyms for nonviolently

without violence


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The youth often aspire to find a way to resolve a conflict nonviolently.
Rachel Corrie was a 23-year-old American peace activist and human rights defender from Olympia, Washington, who was crushed to death by an Israeli military bulldozer March 16, 2003, as she stood nonviolently to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian family's home in Rafah, Gaza.
Such bona fides don't necessarily make his arrest any worse than another's (although his acting nonviolently does), but it would be naA[macron]ve to suggest they won't serve to amplify it.
is seeking to achieve three goals: to amplify the voices of Palestinians and Israelis who have continued to work nonviolently for a just, secure, and durable peace during a time of violence and thus demonstrate the existence of "partners for peace" in both societies; broaden empirical knowledge and understanding of peace and conflict resolution processes in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; and challenge the typically monolithic assumptions about each community's identities, goals, and actions found in Western media and scholarship (particularly in the US).
The study's authors recommended proven prevention strategies such as supporting programs to enhance youth skills and motivation to behave nonviolently and promoting positive relationships between youth and adults.
It is our responsibility to stand up nonviolently against them.
She was nonviolently protesting against Palestinian home demolitions when the army bulldozer crushed her to death.
Nonetheless, Epp Weaver contends that Yoder did not hesitate to engage the state on an ad hoc basis and that Said's "exilic politics of land and return" is compatible with "Yoder's understanding of the people of God as a political body living nonviolently amidst empires while seeking their peace and welfare" (53).
Third, accompanying the poor means nonviolently resisting and transforming the social, economic, and political structures that hasten the death of communities and individuals.
But if their supporters in North America and Europe publicized the ICJ opinion, and if Palestinians found the inner wherewithal to persevere nonviolently, it seems probable that far, far fewer than 5,000 Palestinians would be killed before Israel were forced to desist.
Gandhi says, "After you've tried everything you can nonviolently, you have to cross the line and break the laws that legalize mass murder in your name.
The California Student Sustainability Coalition (CSSC) unites and empowers the California community of higher education to collaboratively and nonviolently transform itself and its institutions based on social, economic, and ecological responsibilities.
Lech Walesa (the Black Madonna on his lapel) scaled the Gdansk shipyard fence and nonviolently led the Polish people to freedom.
The Palestinians will have to help such trends by finding a way to resist the Israeli occupation nonviolently.