Ahmed al-Modallal spoke at the rally, rejected condemnations by the United States and European Union, saying that "The Americans and Europeans won't stop this intifada, which will continue to strike at the heart of
the occupation" He called upon the Islamic faithful in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria to organize mass attacks "in the heart of [Israeli] settlements.
Mr Cameron said: "If this strike was successful - and we still await confirmation of that - it will be a strike at the heart of
Written in a vivid tone that manages to be both lyrical and prosaic at the same time, these poems strike at the heart of
their subject matter to unveil the things that make up our lives.
Special Forces raids should be conducted on a large scale, to strike at the heart of
ISIS, decapitating its leadership, killing its fighters and destroying its military hardware.
The allegations, which strike at the heart of
the World Cup's integrity, were made by German magazine Der Spiegel who yesterday said they stuck by their report which stated convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal correctly predicted Cameroon's result against Croatia - a 4-0 defeat and that a player would be sent off in the first half - in a Facebook discussion with a journalist before the game.
None one thought the Shebab could still strike at the heart of
government but it happened and it was a really horrible attack, it is really very difficult to fight someone who does not fear the pain of death," said Muktar Isa, a resident.
We will strike at the heart of
France," said a leader of the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa (MUJAO), an offshoot of AQIM (Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb).
the EU and their close friends have either tightened up their own embargoes or rapidly put new penalties in place to strike at the heart of
Iran's oil exports and economy.
Sentencing the IT graduate to 12 years at a hearing on Friday, a judge said: "You became a viper in our midst, willing to go as far as possible to strike at the heart of
You became a viper in our midst willing to go to as far as possible to strike at the heart of
our system," he added.
The spokesman said that "Lion's Leap" continues to strike at the heart of
the al Qaeda leadership.
Going from six days to five might strike at the heart of
a longstanding American tradition, but changing habits by residents and businesses may leave the government no choice.
Vos releases the captives and Patrick swears revenge, declaring war on the government by joining the African National Congress (ANC), plotting a strike at the heart of
the ruling minority.
It's the amazing story of Carthaginian General Hannibal, who tired of the Romans' hold over his people and took an army and 37 elephants across the Alps to strike at the heart of
If anyone comes along to fill this void they can expect the same sort of treatment as we continue to strike at the heart of
criminal activity in our region.