mutiny against

mutiny against (someone or something)

To instigate, join, or form a rebellion against the person, group, or body in charge. After weeks at sea chasing some sea creature they weren't even sure existed, the crew finally snapped and mutinied against their captain. The oppressed working-class people of the country mutinied against the fascists that controlled the country, killing anyone connected to or associated with the regime.
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mutiny against someone or something

 
1. to rebel against a ship's captain or the captain's authority. The crew mutinied against the officers. They know better than to mutiny against an authority as great as that held by Captain Bligh.
2. to rebel against someone or something. It does no good to mutiny against the professor. The students mutinied against the school's administration.
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Al-Salami called for immediate cessation of fighting in the Syrian northwestern region of Idlib and condemned the Houthi militia's continuous mutiny against the legitimate authority.
1857: The Sepoy Rebellion broke out in Meerut, triggering the Indian Mutiny against British rule.
He called Trillanes a coward for surrendering to authorities after staging a mutiny against the Arroyo administration.
More alarming was the provocation on part of TLP leadership calling upon members of the Armed forces to stage mutiny against their commanders.
'They thought that I did what I did (join the mutiny against Marcos) because I wanted power.
Filed by advocate Abdullah Malik, the petition states that the station house officer of Civil Lines police station in Lahore had failed to file a first information report against Rizvi and company after they had incited the masses to violence and stage mutiny against the state, in the aftermath of the apex court's acquittal of Aasia Bibi from blasphemy charges.
Boris Johnson has called on the Cabinet to stage a mutiny against Theresa May's Brexit plans.
They did not even shy away from inciting bodyguards and personal servants of judges and the army chief to take the law into their own hands, the petition said, adding that the TLP leadership had called upon members of the armed forces to stage mutiny against their commanders.
Demonstrations against the ruling erupted across the country hours later, with extremists calling for mutiny against the army's top brass, and for the assassination of Supreme Court justices.
Likewise on one hand Faisal Raza Abdi has been arrested on talking against judiciary while on the other TLP led by Khadim Hussain Rizvi is spared though making whole country as hostage committing arson and disruption and provoking army on mutiny against army chief.
NNA - Caretaker Justice Minister, Salim Jreissati, said on Wednesday "what happened yesterday in the private generators' dossier is considered a mutiny against the public authority and an infringement against the rights of citizens." Minister Jreissati's words on Wednesday came during a joint conference with Caretaker Economy and Trade Minister Raed Khoury, dwelling on the private generators' dossier.
He also took a serious note of the offensive speeches by some religious leaders, who were provoking the people against the judges and for mutiny against the senior generals.
Faeldon, 53, was a former captain in the Philippine Marines when he participated in a mutiny against the Arroyo administration in 2003.
The film is set in the midst of the Russian Revolution of 1905, as the crew of the battleship Potemkin mutiny against the brutal, tyrannical regime of the vessel's officers.
details of the massacre of over six lakh of the innocent people of J and K from the era of 1947 to 2018 by the despotic Dogra and later Indian occupying forces for raising mutiny against the long Indian colonial rule to Sajid Tarrar for onward moving to the US government with prime demand of effective and meaningful role of the United States of America for ensuring early peaceful solution of Kashmir issue, the message said.