Some articles on combatants, combatant:

Mexican–American War - Combatants - Mexico
... One of the contributing factors to loss of the war by Mexico was the inferiority of their weapons ... The Mexican army was using British muskets (e.g ...
Extrajudicial Prisoners Of The United States - Legal Status of Detainees - Classifying Captives As Illegal Combatants
... The Bush administration calls these captives "illegal combatants" or "unlawful combatants." These terms are not explicitly used in the Geneva Conventions ... signed prior to World War II, does define "lawful combatant." The Convention obliges signatories to afford captured lawful combatants significant rights and protections ... argue that failing to afford POW protections to combatants captured in the global war on terror would endanger American soldiers, when they were captured, in current and future conflicts ...
Combatants For Peace
... Combatants for Peace (Hebrew לוחמים לשלום Arabic مقاتلون من أجل آلسلام‎) is a Bi-national movement of Israelis and Palestinians who lead a non-violent ... Originally, the activists on both sides were solely ex-combatants the Israelis as soldiers in the Israeli army (IDF) and the Palestinians as participants in the violent struggle for ... In view of these goals, the movement operates in the following ways Holding ex-combatants' meetings, allowing each side to understand the other's narrative ...
Military Commissions Act Of 2006 - Application - Initial Prosecutions
... dismissed charges against detainees who had been designated as "enemy combatants" but not as "unlawful enemy combatants" ... case was that of Omar Khadr, a Canadian who had been designated as an "enemy combatant" in 2004 ... created to deal with "unlawful enemy combatants," had no jurisdiction over detainees who had been designated only as "enemy combatants." He dismissed ...
Presiding Officer (ARB)
... the Office for the Administrative Review of Detained Enemy Combatants, was commanded by a Presiding Officer ... Like the Combatant Status Review Tribunals, also run by OARDEC, the Boards form were modeled after the US Department of Defense's Army Regulation 190-8 Tribunals, but differed in its mandate ... to determine that captives are innocent civilians, lawful combatants, or combatants who have violated the laws of war ...

Famous quotes containing the word combatants:

    It is open to a war resister to judge between the combatants and wish success to the one who has justice on his side. By so judging he is more likely to bring peace between the two than by remaining a mere spectator.
    Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869–1948)

    The social kiss is an exchange of insincerity between two combatants on the field of social advancement. It places hygiene before affection and condescension before all else.
    Sunday Correspondent (London, Aug. 12, 1990)