nonmilitarized love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not militarized.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ militarized

Examples

  • Scowcroft and Brzezinski also suggested deploying NATO troops to serve as peacekeepers and to train the "nonmilitarized" Palestinian troops.

    OBAMA AND THE MIDDLE EAST / TIME FOR TOUGH LOVE WITH ISRAEL

  • An Israeli withdrawal from territory should be followed by Palestinians' responsibility for security in a nonmilitarized state.

    Obama: '67 borders reflect longstanding policy

  • "The full and phased withdrawal of Israeli military forces should be coordinated with the assumption of Palestinian security responsibility in a sovereign, nonmilitarized state," Mr. Obama said.

    Obama's Israel Surprise

  • The other three elements would be "compensation in lieu of the right of return for Palestinian refugees; Jerusalem as real home to two capitals; and a nonmilitarized Palestinian state."

    OBAMA AND THE MIDDLE EAST / TIME FOR TOUGH LOVE WITH ISRAEL

  • The other three elements would be "compensation in lieu of the right of return for Palestinian refugees; Jerusalem as real home to two capitals; and a nonmilitarized Palestinian state."'

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Obama: Tough Love for Tel Aviv? Possible Speech

  • The other three elements would be 'compensation in lieu of the right of return for Palestinian refugees; Jerusalem as real home to two capitals; and a nonmilitarized Palestinian state.'

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Obama: Tough Love for Tel Aviv? Possible Speech

  • Such a deal, we suggest, would include a sovereign, nonmilitarized Palestinian state with borders based on the 1967 lines, with an equal exchange of land to accommodate demographic realities, and with contiguous territory on the West Bank.

    Camp David and After: An Exchange (2. A Reply to Ehud Barak)

  • Yet the Palestinian state that he proposes would be allowed to govern itself only as "a sovereign and nonmilitarized state."

    NYT > Home Page

  • That will mean he accepts the internationally formulated "road map" to a two-state solution - which the Israeli government approved in May 2003 - and a nonmilitarized Palestinian state.

    ModerateVoters.org

  • The notion of a nonmilitarized West Bank could become more palatable: rather than Palestine being deprived of a military, Jordan “ Palestine would consent to a limited demilitarized zone, akin to what Egypt has accepted and what Syria, in the event of a peace deal, almost certainly would approve.

    Israel & Palestine: Can They Start Over?

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