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Baath

 

(in Russian, baas; Arabic, literally “renaissance”), literary name for the Arab Renaissance Socialist Party.

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Also, the Arabic-language Sadr al-Khalij news website quoted high-ranking political sources as saying that Amed Abdolmajid al-Sa'adoun, a senior Baath party leader, has participated in a forum held by a party named National Honor gathering in Baghdad, headed by Vasah al-Sadid, one of the tribal leaders residing in Amman.
Hezbollah said Nusra Front fired two rockets loaded with high explosives towards Baath City, causing civilian fatalities.
In a previous audio message, the former top official in Saddam's secular Baath Party urged Sunnis to join those who had "liberated" half the country, referring to Daesh.
Lebanese Fahs indicated that the Baath regime persecuted Alewis, at the same time it did the same cruelty to the others so to say for Alewis.
Ikhlas al-Badawi, a member of the Syrian Government and the Baath Party, which was elected in May, became the first of her kind, to flee the nation for oppression on its citizens.
We have arrested a group belonging to the former Baath party that were planning to launch sabotage actions and revolt to topple the political process in the country after withdrawal of American forces," Lieutenant-General Hussein Kamal, Iraq's deputy interior minister for intelligence, told Reuters.
Dubai Syria's government, under massive pressure to reform or quit, has adopted a draft law allowing for new political parties to operate alongside the ruling Baath party.
Syria's government has endorsed a law that it says will allow the formation of political parties alongside President Bashar Assad's ruling Baath Party.
On Tuesday, May 3, the Iraqi Supreme Court sentenced six former Baath Party officials for their involvement in the crimes against the Barzani tribe, with one receiving the death penalty.
Protesters torched the ruling Baath party's offices in various towns and attacked a police station in the southern town of Tafas.
Lebanon's branch of the pro-Syrian Baath Party has managed to overcome a possible schism thanks to Damascus' intervention, the Beirut-based influential daily AN NAHAR said on Nov.
Instead, the national vote once again is turning into a sectarian brawl in which Shiite parties jockeying with one another for dominance are stirring populist fears of a return of Saddam Hussein's Sunni-led Baath Party.