- n. Plural form of combatant.
“The distinction between lawful and unlawful enemy combatants is actually important and well known.”
“Whether engaged in low-level bickering or heated conflict, they remained together as long-term combatants, interspersed with periods of truce.”
“The situation might justify me in ordering our troops to cross the border and attempt to stop the fighting, or to fire upon both combatants from the American side.”
“It can be concluded that it took an unusually long time for discharging the disqualified combatants from the cantonments.”
“When asked about the religious permissibility of an operation like Abdulmutallab's, which could have killed innocent civilians, al-Awlaki told the interviewer that the term "civilian" was not really applicable to Islamic jurisprudence and that he preferred to use the terms combatants and non-combatants.”
“KAPILVASTU: After the word spread in the vicinity about the exit of Maoist combatants from the cantonments and subsequent arrest of 20 of them at Jitpur on Monday, a reign of terror gripped the district fearing untoward incident.”
“There action must be credible and justifiable so that they will not give validity to illegal combatants, which is against the UN's principle.”
“Less than half, about 47 percent of soldiers and 38 percent of Marines, said that non-combatants, that is civilians, should be treated with dignity and respect.”
“One of the combatants was the city of Athens, the other was the great island of Atlantis.”
“But under U.S. law, and under international law, illegal combatants, which is what the Al Qaeda people are, are not entitled to the protection of those laws.”
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