militancy saldırganlık

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An aggressive or fighting person

Officials in Pakistan have confirmed that at least 250 schoolchildren between 12 and 18 years old and several teachers were taken hostage by at least seven militants inside a high school in Domail.

One who serves as a soldier
fighting or warlike; belligerent
Active in an aggressive way in support of a political or social cause (often associated with extreme left-wing politics)
One who supports a Trotskyite political view or engages in aggressive left-wing politics
{a} fighting, engaged in warfare
of a warlike or combative disposition or tendency
Aggressive or combative
Engaged in warfare; fighting; combating; serving as a soldier
a straightedger who is forceful in his/her beliefs Some militant straightedgers are violent
{s} aggressive, combative, belligerent; engaged in warfare
a militant reformer
{i} one who has aggressive or combative tendencies; one who is engaged in warfare
engaged in war; "belligerent (or warring) nations"; "a fighting war"
You use militant to describe people who believe in something very strongly and are active in trying to bring about political or social change, often in extreme ways that other people find unacceptable. Militant mineworkers in the Ukraine have voted for a one-day stoppage next month. Militant is also a noun. The militants might still find some new excuse to call a strike. + militancy mili·tan·cy the rise of trade union militancy. + militantly mili·tant·ly Their army is militantly nationalist. a militant organization or person is willing to use strong or violent action in order to achieve political or social change (present participle of militare , from miles; MILITARY)
showing a fighting disposition without self-seeking; "highly competitive sales representative"; "militant in fighting for better wages for workers"; "his self-assertive and ubiquitous energy"
militancy saldırganlık