Rebel may refer to:
- Rebel, a participant in a rebellion
Other articles related to "rebel, rebels":
... Air Force base in West Virginia, and the surviving Rebel passenger is captured by the military ... The Syndicate meets over the capture of the Rebel ... The Well-Manicured Man wants to align with the Rebels, but the other Syndicate members are reluctant and want to make sure the Russian vaccine from Krycek works ...
... Reaching Everyone By Exposing Lies (REBEL) was an Anti-Tobacco program for teens in New Jersey ... REBEL began back in 2000 at Kick Ash Weekend ... There were three division of REBEL REBEL2 for middle school students, REBEL for high school students, and REBEL U/ROCS for college students ...
... In March 2009, Rebel Diaz opened the Rebel Diaz Arts Collective (RDAC), a community arts center that included a performance space, a multimedia studio, a computer lab, and an ... On February 28, 2013, the Rebel Diaz Arts Collective was forcefully evicted from the building ...
... Meanwhile, an Angolan rebel needs her to keep an old French general in his service, and has told the Red Chinese that acquiring her is a part of any deal they may want to make with the rebellion ... in the end, Colonel Li is killed, the Angolan rebel leads his forces to the rescue, and the Princess ends up marrying the head rebel, Prince Askari ...
... it has formally allied splinter elements of Tuareg rebel group which has remained on ceasefire since reaching a settlement with the Malian government in July 2007 ... Ménaka and the Sahel region, as well as by the effectiveness of the rebel force, which the government claimed was led by Ibrahim Bahanga, a Malian Armed Forces officer who had deserted early in the summer ... The government also claimed that rebel forces were involved in organized crime and drug smuggling ...
Famous quotes containing the word rebel:
“I wouldnt have turned out the way I was if I didnt have all those old-fashioned values to rebel against.”
—Madonna [Madonna Louise Ciccione] (b. 1959)
“The rebel, unlike the revolutionary, does not attempt to undermine the social order as a whole. The rebel attacks the tyrant; the revolutionary attacks tyranny. I grant that there are rebels who regard all governments as tyrannical; nonetheless, it is abuses that they condemn, not power itself. Revolutionaries, on the other hand, are convinced that the evil does not lie in the excesses of the constituted order but in order itself. The difference, it seems to me, is considerable.”
—Octavio Paz (b. 1914)
“... Rebel against the flesh and bone,
The word of the blood, the wily skin,
And the maggot no man can slay.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)